Wednesday, October 11, 2017

October 2017 Meeting

Meeting Minutes 10 October 2017
23 present (1 guest)

Welcome & Announcements:
**Peggy Hayes came for the first time. She came at Sherry’s invitation after having taught a class at 21C. **Dues for the newbies get sent to Sherry who will also be our instructor next month for Variations on Pointed Pen.
**Sally will be teaching a basic beginners class in her home for the next 3 Friday mornings from 10-12. Dates are Oct 13/20/27.
**Paper and Ink Arts have new “how to” videos on their website. Check them out!
**Carole’s mother, Betty, turns 90 on Nov 10. She has end stage COPD and is confined to her room. Carole would like any and all of us to shower her with cards. She passed out info and a mailing address.
**Carole is also Publicity Chair and would like to get together for an informational meeting. Sign up was passed around.
**Cecelia will teach another Paper & Fabric Design class at Cottonwood on Wed, Nov 1 from 1-5. She is accepting only 4 students. The class is $85 and you’ll bring home a stack of paper or fabric you’ve designed in class.
**Leslie asked for birthday card sign-ups for the remainder of the year and months into 2018. There will be a card-making party at Cheryl’s sometime in Feb. Time and date to be announced.

Show & Share:
**TJ showed Jorge’s Prayer Warrior board of the US with nice brush lettering done in acrylic paint. **Cecelia shared one of the pieces she did in Jemma Black’s class.

Evening Presentation:
**Kimmi encouraged us to use Wacky Letters for a poem or saying we brought. She had exemplars from Ewan Clayton’s class he taught during conference here using Ben Shahn’s lettering style and Emily Brown Shield’s lettering. We were asked to write something in block form using white gouache, Doc Martin’s, or a gel pen. It was a lot of fun and easy to do! Thanks, Kimmi! 

TJ's Show & Share
Cecelia's Show & Share
Emily Brown Shield
Kimmi used a white gel pen on this one
and a small broad nib and Dr. Martin's

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