Monday, May 16, 2011

NVA at the FAA and a show!

The Neponset Valley Artists are a busy group. Many are permanent artists at the Art Gallery at Patriot Place in Foxboro, MA. Others are involved in other painting classes. Some come to class on Thursday night with a bunch of new nearly-completed work for critiques and finishing touches.

Recently many of us met for the Foxboro Art Association meeting. If you are local to the area and love art and art-related activities, you should consider joining. It's quite a wonderful, active group with inspiring and talented artists among their membership.

You can see NVA members Ann Gorbett and Nancy Bacevich standing at the far left of this photo.
With other FAA members, they are enjoying Marla's watercolor demonstration.

For us in the NVA, it's a way to connect with other artists and be inspired by some stellar painting demonstrations.

NVA members Tony Donovan and Frank Quinn observe
Marla's demonstration while standing in the middle of the back row.

Marla Greenfield was the recent demonstrator. It was a great two hours watching her create luminous paintings.

Marla's painting's progress

Tonight the NVA is installing an art show at a local medical office. Personally I am highly interested in a doctors' office which installs new art exhibits four times annually. What a treat to spend time in the waiting room looking at original, local art. And for artists, what a captive audience!

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