While the Fine Arts Guild Studio Was Closed

Nancy Friedman, Co-Education Chairman

While the studio was closed due to COVID during the months of January and February, the members of the Fine Arts Guild kept up the camaraderie by sending photographs and comments to all the members of the artwork being done in the group. The encouragement was often the push needed to forget about COVID for the time being and lose ourselves in our art. Some of our members are multitalented and were doing woodworking as well. Some take something old and make it interesting, such as John Clampitt’s painted laundry basket which was given to his wife’s parents as a gift. John is also in the process of painting the Robson Ranch windmill and bridge from the northwest view. Please enjoy the expression of our members in their artwork.