Just a few things have popped into the inbox to share.
Make sure you check out the invitation to the opening of WAAL’s exhibit at the High Road Gallery!
Don’t forget if you have something to share with members, send it to membership@worthingtonareaartleague.com <mailto:membership@worthingtonareaartleague.com> so that it arrives a day before the next announcement. Plain text format is best. All attachments sized for web use are welcome but pdf and jpeg files are best.
Next announcement on or about: February 4.
>>>> Next Meeting February 10, 2022 at 7PM
Details to be provided in next announcement.
Mark your calendars now!
>>>> You’re invited to the opening and awards presentation of “Art from the Heart”…

ARTISTS INCLUDE: Andi Wolfe • Caryl Lynn Young • Barbara Chuko • Christina Gamble • Elizabeth Biglin • Elizabeth Veldey • Jane Moore • Janet Forbes-Green • Justin Collamore • Katherine Crowley • Kathy Ludlam • Linda Coe • Lynda Guenther • Lisa Hilbig • Mark Ramsey • Nancy Vance • Raymond McKenzie • Ruth Ann Mitchell • Sarah-Jane Workman • Sherry Mullett • Stephen Wolfe • Sylvia Bowers • Virginia Carvour • Vivian Ripley • Zofia Wilamowska
Join High Road Gallery in welcoming the Worthington Area Art League  <highroadgallery.us2.list-manage.com/track/click?u=48676d9263b6e3d5b709a9377&id=f0d59d0a7d&e=75140c618c> “Art from the Heart” Show Judged by Kyle Meeker
Opening Reception Sunday, February 6, 2022 2-4 pm
“Cast your vote for People’s Choice!” Awards will be presented at 3 p.m.
light refreshments will be served (masks required) ABOUT KYLE MEEKER • SHOW JUDGE
Kyle Meeker is a CCAD graduate with a Bachelor’s Degree in Fine Arts and a graduate degree in Art Education from Ashland University. He teaches art at Westland High School where he strives to instill a love of art in and beyond the classroom. Working in oil and watercolors, he’s show his work locally at Bryn Du Mansion in Granville, and throughout Ohio Watercolor Society.
He’s also an Urban Sketcher and has traveled the world sketching and capturing locations in ink and watercolor. His mission with plain air Urban Sketching is to raise the artistic storytelling and educational value of on-locations sketching, promoting its practice and connecting people around the world who draw in cities where they live and travel.
>>>> Meeting minutes from January meeting
See attached file
>>>> More opportunities to learn from Vivian Ripley
I would like to encourage you to try out my workshop: LET’S DO A PORTRAIT on Feb. 5 at the Mirolo Barn, Sunny 95 Park, 9am to 4 pm with an hour break for lunch. I plan to start with some basics and a demo before we will bring in a model for all to work from. You may work in the medium of your choice—-I can guide you in the process. We have an hour break for lunch. You may bring your own or go out for lunch. I really look forward to working with you!!! Go to : parks.uaoh.net <parks.uaoh.net/>. Or call Eliese at 614-583-5331. On Feb. 26 I am giving another Sat. class: LANDSCAPE IN PASTEL at the Senior Center Bldg. 1, Room 105. This will be lots of fun with some new ideas for you. You register the same way as the class above.
Vivian Ripley
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