Whatever art medium is your jam, we want to see what members come up with this challenge: Tabletop. Paint, draw, sketch, collage, photograph, or sculpt with this theme in mind. All artwork submitted with this theme for November will be posted on Instagram and Facebook. Our Capitol Hill neighborhood Italian eatery at Eastern Market, Radici, will judge this month’s tabletop entries and give their #1 pick a $20 gift certificate for Radici’s around December 1.
6:30-pm-7:30pm We invite all 91 members to our annual zoom meeting. Meet new Steering Committee volunteers, review the results of our members’ survey, hear about new exhibits for 2021 and more! Zoom invite is sent via google group.
Humans identify people, places, events and things with symbolic meanings. For example, a four-leafed clover symbolizes good luck to some folks. We express the invisible or intangible by means of visible representations. Conventional or traditional signs are often used to represent
divine beings, spirits or certain emotions. CHAL members are invited to submit 2D artwork in any media, including photography, using the theme, Symbolism.
Digital entries open on smarter entry October 17 and closes November 13. CHAL members juried show. Exhibit Manager: Mary Beth (Elizabeth) Gosselink
Juror: Delna Dastur- Bachelor’s Degree Art History and Masters in Fine Art from American U. Abstract painter and instructor at Art League, Alexandria.
Exhibit dates: December 12- January 30,2021
Where: Frame of Mine Gallery, 545 8th St SE, WDC
Please read the attached prospectus for all the details and print it out for future reference!
Haunting is our October art challenge for our members.
As before, the staff of Hill Center in DC picked their favorite artwork from all our submissions and awarded NAN RAPHAEL, photographer, with a $20 gift certificate on Nov. 2. Here is her winning photograph: Haunted Dentist House.
Every month, CHAW’s website and CHAL’s presents a blog called Mind of the Artist. One of our CHAL members submits their own short bio about their artwork along with artwork images.
October, we present: Anne Albright. Anne joined CHAL in 2020 and is on our volunteer Steering Committee while also serving as president of Washington Water Color Association. She paints and continues her studies in watercolors after her 35 year career in IT.
Read about Anne and see her work here: https://www.chaw.org/blog/mind-artist-anne-albright.
|If you have not been featured and would like to participate in the Blog, please send a note to our Steering Committee volunteer: Tara Hamilton. |
We’d especially like to hear from our new CHAL members!