Poppy is planning a watercolour workshop in the Digby area in the spring. The venue she has chosen is the Annapolis Basin Conference Center in Cornwallis, NS. This is the venue where we held the 2015 watercolour symposium sponsored by the CSPWC (Canadian Society of Painters in Watercolour)
The dates: May 15 (and possibly May 16). If there is enough interest in a two day workshop she would happily extend it into the second day.
If you want to attend, please reply and tell her if you prefer a one day or two day workshop. If you would love to to come but can only make it to weekend events, let her know that too.
Cost: $75 per person per day.
Registration: reply to [email protected] or by phone (902) 247-1910
Announcement of beginner watercolour workshop. A chance to get some basics and see if you like this media. Workshop will be in English.
Atelier d’aquarelle avec Dan Earle le 15 avril de 9:00 à 16:00 hres. 30$ pour les membres du Conseil des Arts de la baie et 40$ pour les non-membres.
Screenprinting course by Cassandre Boucher The course is offered in french. Www.cassandreboucher.com Galerie Belliveau, in collaboration with CAB will offer a 26-hour silkscreen course for all levels. No prior knowledge. Silk-screen printing is a versatile printing technique that uses silk screens to transfer ink to a variety of media. In this course, you will learn the mechanical and photomechanical processes . In addition to practical exercises, each student will realize a personal project during which he / she will acquire a good knowledge of all the stages of silk-screen printing. He / she will create his / her matrices by separating his / her image in layers, carry out the transfer of the films on the silk, the preparation of the colors and finally the impression. At the end of these 26h of course, you should be autonomous to realize your own silkscreen images with a comprehensive understanding of the process. The first 5 one-hour courses will be offered at a distance at the gallery, Le Trécarré on Thursdays 4, 11 and 18 May, and on 1 and 8 June at 2 pm. We will complete the course with three teaching days on site with Cassandre Boucher in the art studio of the Conseil des Arts de la Baie from June 21st to 23rd from 9:30 am to 5:30 pm. Registration fee for CAB members: $ 200 (materials included) Non-member fees: $ 250 Deadline for non-refundable deposit of $ 125: Monday, March 20 Deadline for payment o
These are minutes as taken. Subject to revision.
Yarmouth Art Society
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
Art Gallery of NS
February 25, 2017
The Annual General Meeting of the Yarmouth Art Society was called to order at 12:00 noon with President Margriet Knubben in the chair.
Minutes of the 2016 Annual General Meeting were accepted as read.
Dan Earle read the annual financial statement. Total funds carried forward as of February 27, 2016 was $2905.20, total funds as of February 25, 2017 is $3310.62. Treasurer’s report was accepted as read.
Margriet Knubben gave the President’s Report summarizing the past year’s activities
Virginia Stoddard presented the Nominations committee report with the proposed slate of officers for 2017. The proposed slate is:
Past President – Virginia Stoddard
President – Margriet Knubben
Vice President – David Gorman
Treasurer – Dan Earle
Secretary – Noella DeMille
There being no further nominations, the report of the nominations committee was approved.
Virginia also reported that Ivan Blades, Paulette Babin and Virginia Stoddard make up the exhibits committee and David Gorman looks after publicity/promotion.
Yarmouth Art Society Meeting
February 25, 2017 at AGNS
The meeting was called to order at 12:15 pm, following the AGA.
Minutes from the January meeting were approved as read.
Treasurer’s report: For the perior from January 28, 2017 to February 25, 2017 total funds carried forward was $2798.40, total funds balance was $3310.62. Treasurer’s report was approved as read.
Spring Show: Art work for our Spring Show can be dropped off at the YARC print shop until March 1 as it will be hung on Thursday, March 2. The opening reception for the show will be on Saturday, March 4 from 3:00 until 5:00 pm. Wayne Gorman will be playing the piano and we ask that YAS members bring finger foods.
Show withWrite Away Group: Virginia spoke with Janice Comeau and Janice said that the write away group has other plans and will not be able to participate in a pairings event this year. It was discussed and agreed that Dave Gorman speak with Marilyn Francis to see if the First Nations group might be interested in a joint show with us.
Executive Board Members: Our Annual General Meeting preceeded this meeting and the following Board Members were nominated and approved: Past President, Virginia Stoddard; President, Margriet Knubben; Vice-President, David Gorman; Treasurer, Dan Earle; Secretary, Noella DeMille.
Other: Cecil proposed that the YAS purchase an art book to donate to the library in memory of Sheila Miller, this was approved. Virginia will look for a suitable book. Virginia has now purchased the art book on behalf of the YAS to donate to the library in memory of Alex Gigeroff. It was suggested and approved that we provide finger foods for the opening reception of Brian Porter’s up-coming show at the museum.
Next Meeting will be March 25, 2017 at 12:00 noon at the AGNS.
This is to announce that the Yarmouth Waterfront Galley is now accepting expressions of interest in displaying and selling work at the gallery on Water Street, Yarmouth, for the 2017 May through October season. There are limited spaces available for Membership or Participating Members.
Membership entails payment of a one time fee, paying a share of seasonal rent and 2-3 days per month of staffing the galley and greeting customers. Members have priority selection of display space and take part in governance of the gallery.
Participating Members share in rent and pay a reasonable commission on sales. All receive coverage on the gallery web site.
If you are interested in more details or have questions, contact Dan Earle at <[email protected]>
We will have a Spring Show of YAS members at Th’YARC in March.
The show will be . So bring in your work before that day. You can drop of work at the print shop of Th’YARC.
Please bring in two small works (ca 30 x 30 cm) or one large, new or never shown original works. Hanging fee is $5 each work.
Opening of the show is Saturday March 4th from 3 to 5 pm. Please bring some light refreshments. Cash bar will be open and we will have live music.
So come and have a great afternoon!
This is a reminder for the Annual General Meeting and the Monthly Meeting of the YAS.
The meeting will be at the Community Room of the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia this Saturday at 12 pm.
Hope to see you there,
CALL TO ARTISTS!
For the last five thousand years 160 billion tons of water have flowed in and out of the Bay of Fundy four times in twenty four hours. The sea rises and falls forty feet twice a day. The results are some of the most stunning sea/landscapes on the planet
“This magical place, with dramatic Fundy tides and changing atmospheric conditions, makes for an endless supply of possible painting subjects – every artist’s dream.” – William (Bill) Rogers – Honorary Chair
On June 16/17/18, there is an opportunity to paint in this extraordinary environment at the Parrsboro International Plein Air Festival.
Thirty-five qualifying plein air artists selected from across North America will compete for more than $6000 in cash and product awards.
Applications will be juried by professional artists William Rogers and Joy Laking.
ARTIST’S PROSPECTUS – Festival Details / On Line Registration
If you need further information, call me!
Or email: [email protected]
Hope to See You In Nova Scotia!