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  • Mixed Bag, new exhibit, virtual and judged - register by April 9
  • Art Jeopardy
NEW: Art Jeopardy
 
This painter sold only one painting during his lifetime. The painting was called The Red Vineyard at Arles and was sold in 1890; sadly, the same year the artist committed suicide. Scroll down to see the answer (or question!). 
Next meeting is Wednesday, April 21

MAA Zoom meeting, April 21, 7 - 9 pm

Jan McCollum's dioramas - an amazing tour of a unique art form.
Years ago, ​Jan McCollum helped a friend build a dollhouse, and his passion for creating small scale pieces began. He became fascinated with the never‑ending possibilities. Jan has combined this interest in dioramas (miniature scale three-dimensional models) and his love for railroads (both replicas and the real ones!). With this, Jan created a number of train and railroad themed dioramas. He has built models for collectors, enthusiasts and hobbyists – especially railroad bridges. Jan was commissioned to build some model bridges for the Carnegie Museum in Pittsburg for a large diorama.
He has probably made at least 50 original models and countless kits over 30 years. During the meeting, we will see several of Jan’s creations including a 1/4" scale diorama of Mansfield Depot set in the 1950's - where he grew up. Be sure to tune in to this fascinating demonstration!
Here's the link to join the meeting:  https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89147243730?pwd=endKMGo4M2N0QXN3Zkh1U3dtcmNVUT09
 
If the link above does not work, use the Zoom website: https://zoom.us/join
When asked, enter 
Meeting ID: 891 4724 3730
Passcode: 169888

Monthly Zoom membership meetings are not recorded, as the artist’s demonstration is their proprietary property and is subject to copyright. Please remember, views and opinions expressed by demo and workshop artists are theirs and not necessarily those of Manchester Art Association.
Open Studio Wednesday, April 21
Our monthly Open Studio. Join us April 21 from 11 am to noon

"Zoom" in for an Open Studio with Manchester Art Association on Wednesday, February 24 from 11 am to noon. That's right, join us online to meet, greet, and share with other artists. Show us what pieces you're working on, get advice, or just grab a cup of coffee and tune in. It will be nice to catch up.

Join Zoom Meeting
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88935320270?pwd=RlhDcnlZYkM1NGpvWk9SNXZrZjRRdz09

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and input the following:
Meeting ID: 889 3532 0270
Passcode: 673850
Exhibits
New virtual exhibit  -  Mixed Bag
 
Registration is now open for our next exhibit, called Mixed Bag, It will be judged by Art Scholz, with ribbons awarded in each medium category, depending on number of entries.

Your work must be submitted by Friday, April 9. There is no theme for this exhibit, it's a mixed bag! Remember, your annual dues must be paid before you can enter.

You may submit two pieces for this exhibit, but no person willl win more than one ribbon. Artwork submitted must be original work. The exhibit will begin April 15.
Click for all the details and to register.
Check out our current exhibit, LOVE! Just cllck the image below. 
MAA Member news
Email us so we can share where you are showing your art! See more member news.
Miscellaneous

Glastonbury's On the Green show, September 11, 12 is accepting applications.

Once again, gathering on Hubbard Green to celebrate the joys of art in all its many forms. Join us as historic Hubbard Green is transformed into an open air market for fine art and handmade craft.

Click here for all the details.

For other exhibiting opportunities, visit the MAA website.

Do you have art supplies you would like to sell?

Send in a one-line description, and give an email where someone can contact you for more information. You may also attach a flyer with more information or send an image.

Art Between the Pages

Do you have a favorite art-related book or resource? Send us your recommendation!

Thanks to Jeff Reid for recommending this great article by Nancy Tankersley. The article is Painting from Photographs: How the Advantages Outweigh the Disadvantages. Click here to read the article.

Shown left is Nancy Tankersley's oil painting, Afternoon at Harry's Bar.

And the answer, or question, to Art Jeopardy is:

Who is Vincent van Gogh?

EARTH without ART is just "eh”. ~ Anonymous

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