Off to a good start in 2019!
It looks like 2019 is going to be another exciting year in LAA! Our first meeting of the year had a demonstration by Edward Aldrich on Painting Animals. He wowed the crowd and his workshop was filled by the next morning! I attended the first Dabbler with our own Dianne Widom, where we had great fun pouring watercolors and gesso to create delightful abstracts! Thank you, Dianne, for showing us a new and interesting technique. I have been looking at the lineup of demonstrations, Dabblers, and workshops. It’s going to be hard to choose which ones to attend as they all look so unique. A great thanks to the team that worked so hard to give us this terrific selection. The registrations to join the LAA are coming in daily! If you haven’t signed up yet, head to our website to register, so you can keep receiving our newsletters, have access to our many benefits, such as workshops, AIPP, shows, and more. Another wonderful New Year’s gift to the LAA was all of the new volunteers who have stepped forward to make a difference for all of us. Without all of our volunteers, we would not be able to provide all of the programs we offer. There are still openings for volunteers that are listed here and on our website. We have so many opportunities for our members because of all of you who step forward and give of yourselves. Think about what you can do to support us and make this your year to make a difference. As you have heard me say, my motto for 2019 is “Keep LAA Strong!”. —Anne
The Louisville Art Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the visual arts in our community and state wide.