Currently, the gallery exhibit presents figurative works in a variety of mediums. The show will remain until January 29, so be sure to stop in to see it. For February, the theme for our next GVA GALLERY exhibit is CHICKENS. I've talked to many of our GVA artists and they all seem to have a painting somewhere that involves a chicken. It may be a chicken in the street, or a toy rubber chicken or a chicken that's being served for dinner. We'll take whatever you got. All 2D and 3D art is eligible, including drawings, paintings, prints, sculpture, photography, digital works, mixed media, etc.
Congratulations to the winners of our LowellArts Show. Prizes went to Doug Klemm,1st place for his oil entitled Under an English Sky, 2nd place to Larry Blovits for his pastel portrait entitled A Pause to Ponder, 3rd place to Joanne Swann for her monoprint entitled Two Palms, and 4th place to Marty Klar for his photograph entitled Rose Parade. There were 99 amazing pieces in the show. The works will remain until February 10, so get in there to see them! https://www.lowellartsmi.org/grand-valley-artists-in-view
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FLPC for 2018
Here is the lineup for workshops at the Franciscan Life Process Center for 2018.
Deadline January 29. Competition highlights outstanding artwork by West Michigan artists who reside in a 25 county region. Artwork in any visual art media can be submitted by artists 18 yrs. and older. This year’s distinguished juror is Ryan Kaltenbach, Exhibits Director at the Northville Art House near Detroit. Artists may submit one piece. All entries must be submitted digitally. The fee for entry is $35. Cash awards totaling $2500 are awarded to 1st - 5th place.
Currently you can see the work of Steve and Linda Scarborough and Sandi Brogger at the Cascade Library. If you want to share your work at the library, contact Candice Chovanec at email@example.com.