The Phoenix Artists Guild meets every 4th Monday of the month (except on holidays), from August through May. Meetings are held at: Arizona Artists Guild Building, at 18411 N. 7th Ave., Phoenix, AZ.
6:00 – 6:45pm: Critique of Member work in progress (guests are invited to watch.)
6:45 – 7:15pm: Business Meeting
7:15 – 7:30pm: Refreshments
7:30 – 8:30pm: Guest Artist Demonstration
8:30pm – 9:00pm: Informal discussion with Demonstrator
June - no meeting
July - no meeting
December - to be determined
Liz Kenyon worked as a book cover illustrator for Harper Collins in New York City for 15 years and was known for her ability to make a lasting “first impression”.
Throughout her art career she remained focused on individuality and a desire to connect with the viewer. As a pastelist, Liz has presented many one women shows
and received numerous place awards.
She was published with a four page feature in a French publication “Pratique Des Arts”.
She was one of the top ten finalists in The Artist Magazines’s Annual Juried Competition “Over Sixty Competition”
in 2016 and 2018. She won Best of Show in Arizona Pastel Artist Association’s Fall Juried exhibition held at the Scottsdale Artist School
and is a Distinguished Member of the Arizona Pastel Artist Association.
She has been a soft pastel instructor at the Scottsdale Artist School since 2011.
Plein Aire painter Matt Sterbenz
"I seek to achieve a greater understanding of the landscape that surrounds me. As an avid hiker, I desire to convey our earth from vantage points that many would otherwise overlook. Rather than simply portraying a landscape, I strive to paint the experience of being outdoors. Referencing work that I have created outside allows me to produce paintings in the studio that have a lighter, more atmospheric feel to them. It is with this painting process that I hope to share my outdoors experience with others."
AUGUST GENERAL MEETING
Monday, August 26, 2010
DEMONSTRATOR, Matt Sterbenz
BetteLou Tobin with her winning scratchboard painting, "Two Racoons"
Our newly installed officers for the coming year.
Beautiful rendition by Matt Sterbenz of the Grand Canyon features a 1/3 light and 2/3 dark composition. An exciting presentation!
Washington Activity Center is currently showing members' paintings in their auditorium.
Guest demonstrators share their techniques and expertise at each monthly meeting. It is a great learning experience!
Guidelines for Artist of The Month:
An "Artist of the Month" is selected every month from August to April, and open to all members of the Guild. Artists are limited to one framed work each Month.
Artists awarded Artists of the Month are not eligible for further monthly competition. All Artists of the Month are automatically entered in the Artist of the Year Event, held in May.
Artist of the Year will then be chosen from those qualifying artists. (If you have sold the awarded work you may substitute another work for the May event.)
Paint and Participate for your chance to be recognized as the next Artist of the Month!