The Phoenix Artists Guild meets on the 4th Monday of each month, from August  through April.  

Meetings are held at The Arizona Artists Guild Building, at 18411 N. 7th Ave., Phoenix, AZ. 

Pre-meeting Critique sessions are for Members Only; guests are invited to watch. 

Members are encouraged to bring a piece of art, on which they want feedback, or  suggestions for improvement.

6:00 – 6:45 pm Member Art Critique

6:45 – 7:30 pm Business and Social

7:30-8:30 pm Guest Artist Demonstration Program.

Board Meetings are on the 2nd Monday of each month; 9:30 – 11:30 am.









Parking is on the North and East sides of the building.   The building is on the East side of 7th Ave,, just south of Union Hills Drive; North of Bell Rd.   Suggested routes to the site are I-17 or 19th Ave. to Union Hills; then to 7th Ave, and South to 18411; or I-17, 19th Ave. or Loop 101 to Bell Road, then North on 7th Ave. to 18411.



Coming Demonstrators:

Date           Name               Media          E-mail

Dec. 2018    Holiday Party – Entertainment –  AAG Building.
Jan. 2019    Julie Pollard     Watercolor
Feb. 2019    Sue Hunter     Painting Texture Methods  www.suehunter.fineartstudio

Previous Demonstrators:

November 2018                                              Bill Lundquist   
October 2018                                                      Bruce Marion
September 2018                                       Marless Fellows
August 2018                                                   Karen Rae     
May 2018                                                   Barbara Dahlstedt
April 2018                                                     Nancy Romanovsky
2015  Donna Levine
March 2018                                                   Pam Shearer
Oct.,  2015 
 Jedadiah Cracco
Feb, 2018                                                         Pat Stacey
Sept.,  2015   
Bruce Marion
Jan. 22, 2018                                                       Nancy Troupe
 Aug.,  2015 
Debra Jones
Oct. 23, 2017                                                  Mark Christopher
Apr.,  2015  
Virginia Brooks
Sept. 25, 2017                                                  David Flitner
  March,  2015   
Art Smith
Aug, 28, 2017                                               Diane Haugen 
February,  2015  
Bob Coonts
May 22, 2017                                                  Ken Lake
January, 2015 
Sue Hunter
April 24, 2017                                           Timothy Chapman
November, 2014  
Valerie Tolliver
March, 2017                                               Joanie Wolter  
 October, 2014  
Mark Christoper
February, 2017                                              Julie Frye
September, 2014  
 Loretta Musgrave
January,  2017                                                 Liz Kenyon
August, 2014   
 Tom Haas
October,  2016                                                              Bill Lundquist
Apil, 2014    
BetteLou Tobin &  Dr. John Mansour  
September, 2016                                        Nancy Christy-Moore
March, 2014
  Kathrine Kurgan
May,  2016                                                   Phillip Moreno Jr.
January, 2014 
 Dave Flitner
April, l 2016                                                  Sherry Kimmel
November 2013  
Julie Gilbert Pollard
March,  2016                                              Judith Spitz
October 2013  
Dr Harold Nelson
February, 2016                                                Jim Garrison
September 2013      
Tom Herbert

January,  2016   

Sherri Lee 
August 2013  
Sebastiano Pereira
March, 2013  
Denise Landis
February, 2013  
Dennis Webber
January, 2013  
Liz Kenyon
November 2012 
ulie Gilbert  Pollard
October 2012  
Dr Harold Nelson   
September 2012   
Pat Scheurich
August 2012   
Sandy Tracy
April 2012  T
Trevor Swanson
February 2012   
Elliott Everson
January 2012  
Kelley Smith










MAY, 2018~ No activity ~ Invocations and party. 

 APRIL~ MUSIC ~ Fire up your imagination with music.   Guide your brush, pencil or fingers to produce whatever feelings you have while listening. This can be classical, jazz, country, show tunes, any genre of music you prefer. Set the mood with a musical piece, feel the colors and the place it sends you to and put it on canvas. No LSD required.

MARCH ~ PLEIN AIR ~ The weather might be good for another foray outside. How about the Phoenix Zoo?

FEBRUARY, 20  ~ TRIPTIC -Theee pane depicting three angles of the same subject, perhaps, or three seasons of the same scene or three phases of your life time.  Anyway, three paintings or drawings connected in some way.

The Phoenix Art Museum has tours for groups available and they will allow sketching with pencils only, no paint. However, they do not give discounts, so the fee is $18.00 per person. If there is interest to go as a group, let me know and I can arrange it sometime.

For more information, contact BetteLou Tobin;  602-246-8109 














   Bill Lundquist

Artist/instructor, Bill Lundquist, will be doing a two-color portrait demonstration at the November meeting.   Bill started drawing when he was in the 5th grade, mainly copying from Red Ryder comic books, and from there progressed to painting.

After graduating from Arizona State University with a minor in fine art, Bill continued to further his art education by attending workshops and studying with notable artists.  He has acquired skills and finds enjoyment working in oils, watercolors, pastels and all the implements of drawing.

Being a third generation native of Arizona, Bill finds Arizona’s beauty, people, places, plants, and artifacts as sources of subjects and inspiration for his artwork.  And one may find his work in private collections worldwide, and corporate collections including Wells Fargo Bank, Giant Industries and Kansas State University.

Bill shares his learning experiences with others through teaching, as an art instructor at the Scottsdale Artists’ School where he teaches oil painting and basic drawing.  He also conducts classes at the Scottsdale Via Linda Senior Center in life drawing, portrait drawing and watercolor.  Frequently, he will meet with individual students and small groups on a more informal basis.

Bill has an inspiring Web site that you may want to visit before you see his demonstration.  It is