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Tuesday, November 29, 2016

December 6, 2016 Holiday Soiree!

Save the date!  Tuesday, December 6, 7:00pm, home of Jerie Artz
Annual Wabash Valley Artists Society Christmas Soiree!
If you think you can make it - RSVP this email!

Instead of our normal 3rd Tuesday meeting, which lands Christmas week, our December meeting is moved up to the first Tuesday.

Come join the fun.  There is always great food, wine, conversation and plenty of laughter.

What to bring?
  • finger foods, both savory and sweet, favorite holiday goodies
  • wine, favorite beverage - wassail provided
  • a hand painted card to share in the card exchange
  • a less than $5 white elephant gift
Steve & Jerie Artz, 3635 Goodall Court, West Lafayette, Indiana 47906, 765 838-8359 (Lindberg Village)
from Lafayette:  go west on Lindberg past Klondike, pass the library on the right, take the 2nd right, Cousteau into Lindberg Village.  Meander around to the back of the subdivision on Cousteau, turn right on  Mead (it's only a one block street), at the dead end turn left, 3rd house on the left. 

from Lafayette:  you can also come west on Sagamore Parkway, (Menards) to Klondike, turn left, go south to Lindberg, turn right, pass the library, take the 2nd right and follow directions above.

One week from tonight is the annual WVAS Christmas Soiree!  
​Remember to paint one original Christmas card for the exchange, the white elephant gag gift and Christmas finger food goodies to share along with a sense of fun!

See you next week!
Jerie Artz


Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Meeting tonight! November 15

Don't miss our monthly meeting tonight at the Art Museum, 7:00 p.m. Local painter Anne Parks is giving the program.

This is the third Tuesday, though it seems early. That's because November 1st fell on a Tuesday.

Friday, November 11, 2016

Cynthia Rosen

I recently came across this oil painter. Her work is colorful and appealing. She paints figures, still life, and landscapes:

Serenity by cynthia rosen oil ~ 12 x 16

I also find her blog especially thought-provoking:

I recommend reading back through at least the last 1/2 dozen posts--and don't miss the ones on style and on fear. Good stuff!