Arlington Visual Art Association 40th Annual Regional Juried Exhibition.
Bob Duncan Center, Arlington, Texas. February 4 through March 26, 2016
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38th Annual Regional Juried Art Exhibition of the Arlington Visual Arts Association. February 6 through March 28, 2014
Arlington Visual Arts Association 37th Annual Regional Juried Exhibition. Bob Duncan Center at Vandergriff Park in Arlington, Texas. February-March 2013. Click on images for larger view.
AVAA 36th Annual Regional Juried Exhibition
February 10 - March 30, 2012
Bob Duncan Center
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AVAA 35th Annual Regional Juries Art Exhibit
February 10 - March 28, 2011
Bob Duncan Center, Arlington, Texas CLICK ON IMAGES TO ENLARGE
Arlington Visual Arts Association 34th Annual Regional Juried Exhibition with works selected by juror Diane Walker-Gladney. Prize-winning work will hang in the Arlington Museum of Art, Arlington, Texas during April and May 2010.
The 2009 AVAA Regional Juried Exhibition consisted of 161 entries, contributed by 63 different artists. The Exhibit Juror, Pam Nelson, of Dallas, Texas selected 68 works of art to be exhibited. Thank you to all artists who participated, and to the many businesses and patrons who contributed cash and merchandise to make this a successful show.
Set your computer at "Full Screen" for best viewing. CLICK ON PHOTOS BELOW FOR ENLARGED IMAGE. Award winning artists are displayed first, then artwork accepted in the show is displayed in alphabetical order by artist name.
Nearly $3000 in prizes were awarded to winners in our 2008 Juried Show. Special Thank You goes to the merchants who have kindly provided cash and merchadise for awards:
A&B Health, Arlington Camera, Asel Art Supply, Binder and Index Inc, Bowen Road Animal Clinic, Buck-n-Loons, Chap Joe's Art Stuff, Curves-Pioneer Pkwy, Daler-Rowney, Gary Brettman DC, Green's Produce, Golden Paints, Half Priced Books, Jack Richeson & Co, Johnny High's Coutry Music Revue, Lyn-Arts, Mac's Bar and Grill, Macaroni Grill, Mardel's, Pappadeaux, Pappa's Burgers FW, Pappasito's, Piccolo Mondo, Paper Capers, Q-Nails, Sakura of America, Spring Creek Barbeque, Stitch Nitch, Stu-Art Picture Framing Supplies, Susan Hollar DDS, Theatre Arlington, Upstairs Gallery of Arlington, Values Check, Westlake's Arlington Hardware, Winsor & Newton Colart Americas Inc, Zap Copy Center
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The AVAA annual membership show provides an opportunity for all our artists to exhibit their recent works in a group show. Click on images for a larger view.
Check here for photos of recent meetings and some of the art that has been honored in recent AVAA exhibitions.
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After a long working life in the hospitality industry, I started dappling in oil painting fifteen years ago. I am a mostly self taught artist and I paint for my pleasure. My style is a mix of Folk Art, Impressionism and Realism. Coming from Brittany in France, I love the sea and old boats. Lately, my interests have moved toward the Old West and its characters. To see more of my art work, visit WWW.yessy.com/gbahon or www.artwanted.com/julien
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A mixed media artist and art instructor at Dallas Baptist University, Lee works in a variety of media including oil, acrylic, watercolor, pastel, collage, sculpture and photography. He is a board member of AVAA. Prices available on request. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To see more of Lee's work, go to his website at www.clearstreamstudio.com
Lee is available for art association demonstrations dealing with: 1, PowerPoint Presentation-Making Sense of Modern Art, 2. Experimental Water Media, 3. Art Trading Cards.
Geraldine Brettmann holds a bachelor of fine art degree from the University of Texas at Arlington. The truth in line and rhythm is the content of Geraldine's work. The underlying colors that are subtle but expressive give her work its hidden value. Texture is the main focus to which she brings her audience for a closer look. She uses the past and present as a springboard for her emotional statement. Geraldine is a board member of AVAA.
James Haddock is a mixed media artist who is passionate about abstract and experimental work. He is a retired school counselor and licensed therapist.
See more of James' art work on his website:
Martha Howell is a mixed media artist and art workshop teacher, specializing in experimental techniques. She exhibits widely and has been involved in art activities in Arlington for over 30 years. She currently is the president of AVAA.
Martha's work will be on display as part of an 85-painting group exhibit (On the Edge and Beyond V) at the Fort Worth Community Arts Center, July 5-30, 2008. Opening reception is July 11, 6-8 pm.
George is a retired professional illustrator for an aircraft manufacturer. He paints a variety of subjects in acrylics with striking detail. He is a Board Member of AVAA.
Rod is a former fifth and sixth grade public school teacher where he taught all subjects. His art specialty is highly realistic images in watercolor. He is a Board Member of AVAA.
Margaret paints in oils, acrylics and pastels and also enjoys composing with a camera. She says, "I am largely self-taught and have been drawing and painting for my pleasure since 1954. Art is extremely important in my life." Margaret is a Board Member of AVAA
I have dabbled in photography and in various art and craft media for most of my life. Experimentation with paper sculpture has been very satisfying and recently I began experimenting with a combination of photography and paper sculpture which I call "photosculpture." The ability to manipulate my photographs digitally makes it possible to work in a variety of styles. I don't limit myself to the realism of photography. In many creations it is not evident what the subject was in the original photo. I often add other media to the work as well. I am in the experimental stage (that's adult language for "I'm really just playing.") For pricing of any other questions, contact me at email@example.com.
To see more of my work, visit www.christian-artist-resource.com. (Click on the "Paper Sculptures" tab.