News Update, September 2017
We have suspended the use of the online class registration system and PayPal due to our system being hacked. Instead we will use printable forms mailed in with membership dues or class registration fees.
We may revisit the online submission if and when another online registration option has been found. We do not have confidence in the current application since it was compromised.
We do not believe that there is any risk to you from the hacking of our system. In the unlikely event that you receive an email from JotForm, do not open it. Instead, delete such emails immediately. If you open by mistake, do not respond to any messages or click on any links. Delete immediately.
Current membership fees are due. The Membership page has a link for a printable form for your use. Please print the form, complete, and mail with your check to Allen Kienitz. Or, you can bring your check and form to Allen at our first general meeting on October 3, 4:00pm at the Activity Center.
The class registration page has been revised with a printable form that you should complete for each class. The form and fees are mailed to Jim Morris, Registrar.
We are so sorry that our online experiment must end and we thank you for your patience in learning and using the system.
Jeanne Omeara, Web Manager
Jim Morris, Web Manager and Registrar
Allen Kienitz, Treasurer
Eileen Aird, Education Chair
...the brag page
Toot your own horn on the “brag” page. Your content must be submitted in a Word document or email and in copy-ready condition for adding to this page. Please do not forward hard copies cut from publications. We will provide proofing for your content. Also, include a photo image (.jpg format) of the work that received recognition. Include your web site or blog URL and any contact information that you wish to share. Please submit your material via email attachments to Jeanne OMeara. email@example.com
February 2017 – U of A “The Art of Planetary Science”
Four paintings by Jim Morris have been accepted by the University of Arizona’s Department of Planetary Science Art exhibition. This annual exhibition was created from and inspired by the scientific data the university uses to explore our solar system. There will be a special opening night on Friday, February 10th from 5 to 9 pm with presentations including musical a performance by the UofA Department of Musical Art Student Spencer Miller. The exhibit will continue Saturday and Sunday, February 11th and 12th from 1 to 5 pm. It is located in the Lunar and Planetary Laboratory building on the U of A campus.
January 2017 Winners at Southern Arizona Watercolor Guild (SAWG)
Karen Brungardt received the Juror’s Award of Merit at the SAWG gallery All-Members show currently showing at the SAWG gallery on Broadway at Craycroft for her painting, “Does He See Me?”.
Renee Pearson also received a Juror’s Award of Merit and Mary Bubla took Best of Show.
Our first entry...From Mary Bubla, Fran Dorr and Jane Grinonneau
The SAACA (Southern Arizona Arts and Cultural Alliance) partnered with SAWG (Southern Arizona Watercolor Guild) to provide an exhibit at the Waddell & Reed District Office located at 4703 E Camp Lowell Drive, Suite 135.
Looking through the archives of the last two years of juried-in shows at SAWG, they chose two of Mary Bulba's paintings and one of Jane Grinonneau's to hang in this exhibit that runs from October 2 - February 21, with an open house reception on October 21.
Three works of Mary's and two of Fran Dorr's were juried in the "Color My World" SAWG show by Juror Frank Francese. Their work will be on display from November 8 through December 4 at the new SAWG gallery located at the Williams Center at 5420 E Broadway Suite #420. There will be a reception, open to the public, on Thursday November 17 from 5 pm - 7 pm when awards will be presented to a select group, also chosen by the juror.