BLISS & VINEGAR – A GVA VENUE

Reminder, if you want to have your artwork displayed at Bliss & Vinegar (888 Forest Hills Ave SE) it must first be displayed on the GVA website. The owners of the restaurant are interested in artwork of varying subjects and styles, but lean towards nature, fruits, and vegetables. Your work will be on display for approximately six weeks. To date Todd Darling and Jim Johnson have had their work displayed. Mary Marin’s work is up now, and Joanne Swann is scheduled to show her work next.

Next Show at GVA

Our next scheduled show, Nudes, will begin August 1. Please bring your framed and ready-to-hang paintings and drawings to the studio prior to that date. Looking forward to August! Hope you will plan to participate!

Volunteers Still Needed

Many thanks to Ross McCrory, a new member of GVA, who has graciously offered to assume the task of assembling the newsletter. We are still in need of one volunteer willing to gather articles and proofread the newsletter after layout, and another to arrange for printing and mailing of hard copies to members who are unable to receive the newsletter through either email or the website. Might one of those volunteers be you? Use the Contact Us page to let us know.

Call for Artists

As Art in the Park begins its 41st year, the Lake Odessa Area Arts Commission is pleased to announce a new and improved format for 2015. A number of exciting changes are on the horizon, including:

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