Tag: Fine Arts Guild

Meet Janet Buckingham—Artist of the Month

Janet’s love of design and color drew her to the beauty industry at an early age. Her talent in these areas quickly led to winning numerous design composition and color competitions in her industry. As her reputation grew, she opened her own successful salon in northeast Ohio where she continued to hone her expertise in…

Attitude and exercise: tools of the game

Nancy Friedman One might think I am talking about pickleball, golf, tennis, or even a weight loss program, but no, I am talking about art. Some examples of these can be seen in the September demonstration classes by Nils Johnson and Kathy Arend. One of Nils’ requested requirements for his class on “Abstract, Landscape, Acrylics,…

Scarves, wine bags, sharpies and alcohol

Ten artists gathered on June 11 for the Fine Arts Guild’s Hot Summer Afternoon of Fun to design scarves and wine bags using permanent sharpies and alcohol. The ladies had so much fun making scarves, and though very few wine bags were finished, class leader, JoAnn Bunyea, offered to return on another day to help…

Art for sale and summer afternoon art

The Fine Arts Guild has numerous art pieces for sale in a variety of sizes and styles from abstract to detailed. Come visit our studio on Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday mornings from 9:00 a.m. to noon or from noon to 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons which are our summer hours. Once again, the…

Robson Ranch Arts and Crafts Spring Show recap

Rebecca McKinney The Robson Ranch Arts & Crafts Spring Show and Sale was held Saturday, March 9, at the Creative Arts Center. The multi-talented artistic and crafting residents of Robson Ranch displayed their handmade items including members from the Fine Arts Guild (Art Club), Gourd Club, Ceramics/Pottery Club, Material Girls (Quilting/Sewing), Paper Crafting, Stained Glass…

Back by popular demand

Nancy Friedman, Education Director Fine Arts Guild Two popular artists/teachers were called back for repeat performances this March. “From Black to White with 50 Shades of Grey” by Nils Johnson was a repeat class where a value scale of ten different grays were created starting with black as the darkest and white as the lightest.…