Wednesday, February 25, 2009

FUSE - TexaxWAX/Houston Artists Show Work

Member artists of TexasWAX/Houston are exhibiting their work at San Jacinto College-Central in Pasadena during the month of March. The exhibition closes on April 3rd.

The reception is scheduled for Monday, March 9th from 2:00 -5:00.

See images from Fuse Exhibition on the side bar to the right.

Postcard image: Fleshy Cakes is by Lufkin artist Denise Stringer-Davis.

Monday, February 23, 2009

March Meeting - Sunday, March 1

Notice that our meeting has been moved up to this coming Sunday-March 1.
We will meet at Julia's house this time. Everyone who is participating in the exhibition at
San Jacinto College should bring their work to the meeting.

If you are an artist in the Houston area who works in encaustic or is interested in learning more about the medium, leave a comment below and someone will get back with you.

Monday, February 9, 2009

February Meeting

L to R- Sara, Cynthia, Elaine , Jane, Denise, Julia, Gwen

Thanks to Sara for hosting our meeting this month and a very productive meeting it was.
We had a good group in attendance including our newest member Denise Stringer-Davis who drove over from Lufkin.
HIVE project:
The hexagon panels were ready for delivery so members present were able to get those. Below is Scot Eddy with the panels complete. I picked them up in Austin on Friday.
Scot Eddy and his daughter with hexagon panels.
March meeting has been moved up a week to the first Sunday to accommodate members who
need to deliver work to be taken out to Pasadena for the FUSE exhibition. I will send out tags for each of you to fill out and attach to your work. Work must be wired and ready to hang. Please include any special instructions for hanging your work if there are any.

Julia volunteered to take care of publicity for our up-coming exhibitions.
Julia is also checking into getting quotes on catering for the Degrees reception in May. She and I will both look into securing a bar tender for that evening.

We need to find out numbers from other groups who may attend the Degrees reception so that when we will approach hotels in the area for discounts for that weekend we will know approximately how many rooms we will need. I will take care of that.

Deanna in the Dallas group has volunteered to create a postcard for the Degrees show.
Denise and Jane both brought work to share with the group. That part is always fun.