Another great opening reception for our current Summer Exhibit at the Rec Center on Saturday, July 20. Great art, great friends, great food. A good time was had by all.
We are pleased to announce that Valley Arts Group member Virginia Heaven has had three watercolor paintings accepted into the 2019 Edmonds Arts Festival, June 14 – 16, at the Frances Anderson Center in Edmonds, WA. The Festival has grown over the years from a small community art fair to one of the most prestigious in the Pacific Northwest, attracting accomplished artists from across the nation and Canada. The Festival galleries showcase fine art from more than 400 regional artists. Juried by professional artists, only the highest quality art is selected to be displayed.
Virginia’s three paintings are variations on a theme inspired by reports of the alleged killing of a mating pair of cougars in Sudden Valley earlier this year. The piece shown here is titled “Karma.”
Congratulations to Virginia for this exceptional recognition. For more information about the Edmonds Arts Festival, click here.
Our Valley Arts Group artists have been busy participating in a number of exhibits in the community at large! Stephanie Strong and Karen Peter both had items in the Jansen Art Center’s Spring Juried Show that ended on June 1; Stephanie and Alice Healy now both have paintings showing in the Summer Juried Show that began this week and runs through the end of August. Here are a few of the pieces they have or are displaying.
Congratulations to all our Sudden Valley artists who have had their talents recognized in the community!
Penny Bamford taught us a new skill during her class on needle felting on May 23.
A new Valley Arts Group show is on display through January 12, 2019. You can see a sampling of the show on our website: www.valleyartsgroup.org.
Join us for an open house/reception on Saturday, October 20th from 4 – 6:00 pm in the Creekside Barn. The reception will honor featured artist Sarah Lane. Please invite friends and family. There will be some fun art activities for children.
My Retrospective exhibits, in Sudden Valley, were a great success, with numerous paintings being sold. Beryl would like to extend hearty thanks to “The Committee of Angels”, who put together a wonderful reception. (Sarah Lane, Heather Thomas, Virginia Heaven and Stephanie Strong)
Thanks also go to Heather Thomas, for doing the photography, Lee Langdon for working on publicity and Robbie Drabek for website postings, as well as all of the folks who attended. And of course, thanks to the Valley Arts Group for making it all possible.