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100 for $100 Benefit for BBPTX

Calling, all WVAL Artists! BOLD BEAUT PROJECT WAS Good time to clean out your art studios, closets, attics and creative corners! We want to help raise money to help support the Bold Beauty Project by having a 100 for $100 Art Sale! We need your donated artwork which will be displayed at Art on 12. Each piece will be sold for $100. Please bring your artwork to ART on 12.

Calling, all WVAL Artists! BOLD BEAUT Y PROJECT TEXAS FUNDRAISER
Good time to clean out your art studios, closets, attics and creative corners!
We want to help raise money to help support the Bold Beauty Project by having a 100 for $100 Art Sale! We need your donated artwork which will be displayed at Art on 12. Each piece will be sold for $100.
Please bring your artwork to ART on 12.
We will start collecting artwork on December 26th.
Saturday, January 12th, Second Saturday Gallery Trail, we will be serving refreshments, to promote our art sale for Bold Beauty Project. Artwork will be on display and available for purchase the entire month of January if you are unable to attend on January 12th.
BOLD BEAUTY PROJECT TEXAS is a visual arts exhibition
by award-winning photographers, that features women with varying disabilities, who face life with courage and grace. For more information about Bold Beauty Project, visit BoldBeautyProject.com  or TexasBoldBeauty.com

Susan Raine  – Next General Meeting – Jan 14

Susan Raine  says:

I believe in channeling my creative urges to produce unique works of art. The inspiration for my work comes from nature in the form of composition, color and mood. My latest passion is developing abstracts and overcoming the fear of creating really big mistakes. This is how I start the process.

DEMO – WORKING THROUGH LAYERS –  AN APPROACH TO ABSTRACTS
I do not expect to complete a painting in an hour, it takes time for me to find solutions.
I will be showing the process and taking a few risks, knowing eventually that it will work out.

Materials I will be using
• brushes – big cheap
• credit cards
• palette knives
• unprimed cradled board – no one wants to pay for frames
• acrylic paint
• charcoal,
• water soluble pencils
• oil pastels
• newspaper
• brayer
• gesso or glue

Christmas Party

Come Join us ash the Cypress Falls Event Center: 6:30 pm. Christmas Party

Bring a Side Dish!

Phone Number

512.847.6595

Address

1 WOODCREEK CIRCLE WIMBERLEY, TEXAS

January 2019 Juried Gallery Show

Click Here for Prospectus-January , 2019 Show   Joseph Hammer is our juror for January. This is a link to the Davis Gallery in Austin.  He has had several exhibitions there.
Hanging Day Reception Show duration
Wednesday, January 8 Friday, January 11 January 9 through February 19
Joseph Hammer, our juror for January

Joseph Hammer, our juror for January

Next Juried Gallery Show

Our Juror for October 30this Pat Moberley Moore. Pat lives in San Leon on the Galveston Bay, South of Houston.

As a sculptor in bronze, clay, limestone, metal and glass, Pat Moberley Moore’s sculptures are about capturing emotion in 3-D.  Of her work she says, “My vision is not political, nor do I care to look at the darker side of ourselves or our world.  I endeavor to speak to the inner life and to the beauty of the earth and her charges. “

She has a BFA and a BS in Education from the University of Houston and has studied with such notables as Eugene Daub, Lincoln Fox, Bruno Lucchesi, and Sandy Scott.  Pat has been in many exhibitions, both juried and invitational and has received high awards. Her work is in numerous collections, including Former First Ladies Roslyn Carter, Nancy Regan, and Barbara Bush; Willie Nelson and Walter Cronkite.

Sign up PDF   or WORD  doc

Fall Show and Sale: Second Nature

The work is underway on our Fall Show & Sale on November 2-4 with the theme of “Second Nature”.  All WVAL members who participate are urged to enter at least one piece pertaining to this theme for a People’s Choice Award. This is in addition to the artwork entered into the show.

For those scratching their head on what “Second Nature” may mean it is simply our interpretation of nature from a second-hand perspective.  Actual nature is “First Nature” and our visual interpretation of it is “Second Nature”.

We are excited about all the possibilities. 

The Particulars

Who & What: A WVAL Members Only, Non-Juried Art Show

What Else?  The WVAL Board voted to reduce commissions paid on sales during the show from 30% – 10%

Where: Wimberley Community Center, 14068 Ranch Rd 12, Wimberley, TX 78676

When: Friday, November 2 – Sunday, November 4

Deadline for Entering: October 24, 2018

Entry Fee for WVAL Member Artist for Show & Sale: $40.00 for members entering by October 15, 2018

$45.00 for members entering after October 15, 2018

All slots have been filled for the 2018 Show & Sale! Thanks for your interest!

 SCHEDULE

  • Thursday, November 1, 1:00-4:00 pm — Set-up
    • 2:00 – 4:00 pm – Artists deliver their artwork to the Community Center
  • Friday, November 2, 12:00-5:00 pm — Set-up
  • Friday, November 2, 5:00-8:00 pm  — Opening Reception
  • Saturday, November 3, 9:00-10:00 am —  Opening Prep
  • Saturday, November 3, 10:00- 5:00 pm —  Show & Sale
  • Sunday, November 4, 11:00 am– 12:00 pm — Opening Prep
  • Sunday, November 4, 12:00 am– 4:00 pm — Show & Sale
  • Sunday, November 4, 4:00-7:00 pm — Breakdown & Clean-up

 You must pick up your work between 4:00-7:00 pm on Sunday.  There is no storage facility.

GENERAL GUIDELINES

  1. This is a non-juried exhibit. Entry is available to all active members of WVAL in good standing for the past 3 months prior to the show & sale.
  2. Participants must volunteer for a 3-hour minimum work shift on Thursday, Friday, Saturday, or Sunday in order to participate.
  3. Members may submit 4 pieces for hanging and maximum 20 unframed pieces in one self-provided bin or rack. Jewelry and 3D artists will be provided with one 6” table and black tablecloth and will be responsible for their area and display.  Jewelry and 3D pieces are not limited in number as long as they fit on the one table provided.
  4. All artists are asked to submit at least one piece pertaining to the theme. This year’s theme is Second Nature.
  5. Art subject matter should be appropriate for all ages. Wimberley Community Center is a family-friendly venue.  Gallery committee reserves the right to reject any artwork because of its subject matter.
  6. Only original artwork, including fine art prints, photographs, and digital art signed by the artist will be accepted. All artwork must have been created entirely by the artist.
  7. All artwork must be dry to touch. Two-dimensional art should be framed or unframed with finished edges – no visible staples.  Because of space limitations, art must be no larger than 96” height and width combined.  Artwork labels will be provided by the league for each artist’s four hanging 2D pieces only.  All others must be labeled by the artist.
  8. All artwork must be for sale and prices may not be changed after entry. WVAL will collect, report, and pay the sales taxes to the State of Texas.  WVAL will retain 10% commission with 90% going to the artist (this is a change from past years).  The artists will receive their checks by mail within a month from the end of the show & sale.  All sales will take place at the main sales desk.  Each item sold will be recorded on the artist’s inventory sheet.

Please click on the following link to register for this year’s Show and Sale.

All slots have been filled for the 2018 Show & Sale! Thanks for your interest!

PLEASE NOTE!

When delivering your art to the Community Center on Thursday afternoon, please fill out the following form with the information requested!

Show & Sale Labels – WORD

Show & Sale Labels – PDF

Thank you, if you need more information please email me at elliottdesign@gmail.com

Nancy Elliott

 

The Texas Bold Beauty Project

Bold Beauty Project of Texas

The Bold Beauty Project was started over a decade ago in Florida as a way to highlight women with disabilities and to celebrate their courage and beauty. A number of exhibits have taken place since then, including in Washington D.C. and in Philadelphia. Now the Wimberley Valley Art League is bringing it to Texas! Already, hard at work are many of the talented photographers of the Art League as well as some additional recruits. The goal is to build a body of about 20 large scale fine art photographs, and display them throughout the State, starting with Wimberley!

The plan is to show the photo exhibit at The Messina Inn in Wimberley for the “grand opening” on Friday, January 11th. Then the exhibit will move on to San Marcos’ Walker Gallery in the City Activity Center where it will hang for two months. During this time, the exhibit will also be hung at the Austin City Hall with monthly receptions throughout the year. We are beginning talks with the gallery in the Texas State Capitol and hope to display there in the April timeframe. Additional plans are to move the exhibit to San Antonio and other points in Texas as we surface availability. We are expecting a number of dignitaries will attend our openings and we are in touch with the Governor’s scheduler.

This is a big project for WVAL and will bring much notoriety to the League and to Wimberley. If you would like to help with this very worthwhile project, contact Bob Cook or Jan Fitzhugh. We will be looking for people to help with the logistics for the exhibits, being docents at the Messina Inn for 3 hour shifts, working as greeters during the receptions, helping to locate galleries in Houston and DFW, assisting Tom Wiley with public relations, and probably more tasks that we haven’t yet defined. Everyone can be included.

Currently Art League members are searching for more models of diversity, including age, race and type of disability. If you know of anyone who would like to be included, please contact Bob Cook at bobcooktexas@gmail.com. Bob is serving as the “commander” of this project, which already includes at least 25 WVAL members.

Studio Tour 2018 Information

September 29, 2018 – September 30, 2018

The times for the tour are 10:00-5:00 Saturday and 12:00-5:00 Sunday

Studio Tour 2018 MAP

Studio Tour 2018 MAP

Studio Tour 2018 Post Card

Studio Tour 2018 Post Card

2018_Studio_tour_Post_Card PDF Download

General Meeting 10/8: Jenny Granberry for Golden

MONTHLY MEETINGS RETURN SEPTEMBER 10.
October 8th, 6:30pm. Our program will feature Jenny Granberry who is a working artist and educational representative for Golden products. Join us to learn about the different types of pigments, how to extend your paint, manipulating it’s viscosity, and the textural effects you can get from gels and pastes. The program starts at 6:30 in the Community Center – or come at 6:00 and find out how everyone spent their summer!

Studio Tour Coming

More info to come!   Save the dates:   September 29th – 30th