LAA Member Kim Roller is participating in the East Boulder County Artists Open Studio event.
On April 27th and 28th from 11am to 5pm, Kim's Studio will be open to the public. You can see many of Kim's paintings on her website: kimroller.com.
Per the EBCA website, "Tour Various Artists Studios in Longmont, Niwot, Erie, Lafayette, and Louisville. Some artists will be demonstrating their techniques so tour goers can see them at work. Certain studios will have visiting artists so there will be more than one style of art or craft to view at these locations.
Media represented: Pottery, Painting, Photography, Wood Carving, Glass, Printmaking, Clothing, Fiber Art, Jewelry, and Sculpture."
Click HERE to view the Studio Locations and HERE to visit the EBCA website.
Andy Schwartz announced at last Thursday night’s LAA member meeting that 20 of his ranch images will be featured at an Art Cinema in Berthoud at 7 PM on Wed. April 24th.
The event is entitled “PECHA KUCHA NIGHT”. The group of artists/photographers, musicians put on this event about once a month at this art cinema, showcasing an artist/photographer’s work in a big video with original music running in the background.
The cinema address is:
357A Mountain Ave, Berthoud, CO 80513
Sounds like a fun evening of art and music!
Marilyn Wells, our April Demonstration has given us a list of Urban Sketching Websites.
Hello LAA Members,
As you know, Anne is stepping down as the President of LAA and I have been asked to be your new President.
Now we are in transition...Our lives are full of transitions, those times between one state of existence and the next. We transition from school to summer vacation. We transition from home to college, from college to work, from work to retirement…and on and on. Our transitions can be viewed as voids we impatiently rush through or we can see them as quiet, in between spaces. These spaces are times for reflection, for sorting and considering what has passed. But they are also times for planning and anticipation…for wondering and dreaming.
We look forward in anticipation…this new world hasn’t been built…it doesn’t exist yet. As we move through our transition time here at the LAA, I would like to encourage you to share your dreams, your wondering, what you are planning and anticipating, with me and with each other.
My job as President is to serve you, our members. I want to hear from you. What are your dreams? What projects would you love to see us tackle?
Think too, about how you can serve each other. Paradoxically, we gain more when we give more, particularly of our time and regard. When we reach out to fellow members, having lunch, discussing our work, getting out of a creative block, we strengthen and grow our community. By volunteering, formally or informally, we charge our personal batteries and charge up our organization in the process.
I look forward to hearing from you in the comments on our website or on FaceBook.
Yours in Creativity,
Helen H. Harrison, President, LAA
The Louisville Art Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the visual arts in our community and state wide.