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Meetings:

The Guild meets on the 4th Monday of each month, from August  through April; (MAY 19, a week earlier due to a May 26 being Memorial holiday.

 

5:30 - 6:30 p.m. Pre-Meeting Member Critique

Members are encouraged to bring a piece of art they want feedback about, or suggestions for improvement. Pre-meeting Critique sessions are for Members Only; guests are invited to watch.

         

General Meeting    6:00 p.m.

 

Meetings are held at The Beatitudes Church, Britt Chapel; 555 W. Glendale Avenue, Phoenix, AZ.

 

Please park in the main parking lot accessible on 7th Ave (East Side):

5:30 - 6:30 pm Member Art Critique

6:00 - 7:00 pm Business and Social

7:00-8:30 pm Guest Artist Demonstration Program.

Board Meetings are on the 2nd Monday of each month,  1 PM - 3 PM:

 

Church of the Beatitudes

555 W. Glendale Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85021

 

(click on map, to view details)

 

 

Coming Demonstrators:

 

May 22, 2017             -        Ken Lake – Mat cutting demo 

June                            -        Installation

 

 

Previous Demonstrations:

   
   

April 24, 2017

Timothy Chapman

 

March, 2017

Joanie Wolter

November, 2014

Valerie Tolliver

February, 2017

Julie Frye

 October, 2014

Mark Christoper

January,  2017

Liz Kenyon

September, 2014

 Loretta Musgrave

 

August, 2014

Tom Haas

November, 2016         Phil Lowe

April, 2014

BetteLou Tobin &

Dr. John Mansour

October,  2016

Bill Lindquist

March, 2014

Kathrine Kurgan

September, 2016

Nancy Christy-Moore

February, 2014

Sebastiao Pereira

May,  2016

Phillip Moreno Jr.

January, 2014 

Dave Flitner

Apri, l 2016

Sherry Kimmel

November 2013

Julie Gilbert Pollard

March,  2016

Judith Spitz

October 2013

Dr Harold Nelson

February, 2016

Jim Garrison

September 2013

Tom Herbert

January,  2016

Sherri Lee   

August 2013

Sebastiano Pereira

November,  2015

Donna Levine

March, 2013

Denise Landis

Oct.,  2015

Jedadiah Cracco

February, 2013

Dennis Webber

Sept.,  2015

Bruce Marion

January, 2013

Liz Kenyon

Aug.,  2015

Debra Jones

November 2012

Julie Gilbert Pollard

Apr.,  2015

Virginia Brooks

October 2012

Dr Harold Nelson

March,  2015

Art Smith

September 2012

Pat Scheurich

February,  2015

Bob Coonts  

August 2012

Sandy Tracy

January, 2015

Sue Hunter

April 2012

Trevor Swanson 

 

February 2012

Elliott Everson

 

January 2012

Kelley Smith

 

November 2011

Kathryn Tartaglia

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Demonstrator

April,  2017

 

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Timothy Chapman

It was while I was completing my undergraduate degree in biology

that I realized my love for the discipline was more aesthetic than genuinely scientific. So I changed my focus and got undergraduate and graduate degrees in printmaking. I later began painting seriously for want of a press; acrylic is currently my medium of choice. In order to surround myself with strangeness of life, I have been collecting and growing succulents and other desert plants which, in turn, attract all kinds of birds and insects. My mid-city yard has become a hotbed of pollution, predation, regeneration and sexual display (mostly invertebrate).

The look of this work owes a lot to my fondness for earlier styles of depicting animals, particularly the copperplate engravings that illustrated Buffon’s Natural History (begun in 1766) as well as Victorian animal portraiture and old scientific illustration. I have tried to present similarly earnest, but basically inaccurate, renderings of animals by using humor, irony and surrealistic sensibility that is not available to the scientist. What I want most is to impart to the viewer a sense of wonder and strangeness that nature photography and video, in spite of their inherent capacity for precision, cannot.

 

 

 

March 2017 Meeting

     
           
       
           
     
         
   
         
       
         
     
           
     
           
     
         
   
         
   
         
   
           
     

 

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