The artist Gail Cope will present "Not All Who Wander are Lost” which is intended “to show how a lifetime of travel and study have influenced her art." In addition, she will discuss the techniques developed on her way to becoming dotty, or as she likes to call it- A Neopointilist.
Gail Cope was born in Memphis, Tennessee and is currently a resident of Farmer’s Branch. Gail worked in language Arts, primarily German, for several years, but in 2001 began to pursue the Fine Arts, first at Brookhaven and then completing both an MA and an MFA at TWU in 2013. On Thursday, October 6th, Gail will give a presentation that talks about how a lifetime of travel and study have influenced her art. In addition, she will discuss the techniques developed on her way to becoming dotty, or as she likes to call it- A Neopointilist.”
She has been a longtime active member of VAST.
11th ANNUAL 125-MILE
VISUAL ARTS EXHIBITION
January 13-February 25, 2017
Opening Reception January 13, 2017
Patterson-Appleton Arts Center
400 E. Hickory St., Denton, TX, 76201
Artists needing assistance with photographing their artwork for submission to the exhibition may be helped by the article Photographing Art for Submission, written by VAST member Tom Judd.
27th ANNUAL VAST MEMBERS EXHIBITION
VAST is holding its annual Members Exhibition from August 12th through September 3, 2016 in the Meadows Gallery of the Patterson-Appleton Arts Center, with the opening reception held on Friday August 12th from 5:30 to 7:30.
Robert Sparks "Living Room"
acrylic on masonite $750
Jo Williams Best of Show Award
Kimberly J. Schaefer "Luminous Nest"
oil on canvas $400
First Place PointBank Award
Yun Jung (Yuni) Lee "Psychosis NOS"
mixed media on canvas $325
Second Place Jeanne Heartsill Memorial Award
Krispen Spencer "Divine Intervention"
Third Place Carmen and Jervis Underwood Award
Barbara Evans, Attorney-at-Law Purchase Award
Shubhangi Mantri "Sky is the Limit"
Fourth Place Gail Cope Award
Lori Garner "Wednesday's Child"
colored pencil $150
Pride of Denton Corky Stuckenbruck Memorial Award (chosen by Mayor Chris Watts)
Kenna Boles Prior "While Sleeping"
hand pulled photogravure A/P $100
Honorable Mention 1 Mary Sigle Memorial Award
Ingrid Scobie "Dealing with Greens"
paper on plexiglas $100
Honorable Mention 2 Pauline Morris Memorial Award
Carrie Adamson-Riefler "Insomnia"
metal, hydrostone, and graphite 16" x 13.5" x 10.5" $100
Honorable Mention 3 Claude Cheek Memorial Award
David Adams "Hybrid Lily"
Honorable Mention 4 Department of Visual Arts Texas Woman's University Award
Carolyn Harper "Kiowa Iris"
Honorable Mention 5 SOHO Salon Award
Mindy Faubion "Red Pear"
oil, ink, monotype, and pastel $150
Gelli Arts® Award
Nicola Semenchuk Brady "Man"
Jack Richeson and Co. Inc. Gift Certificate Award
Deepa Koshaley "Lotus"
Jack Richeson and Co. Inc. Gift Certificate Award II
Ellen Frenkel "Discovering Wildflowers"
fiber (dyed silk and cotton quilt) $100
Jack Richeson and Co. Inc. Gift Certificate Award III
Paula McClurg "The Offering"
ceramics and found objects $100
Asel Art Supply Gift Certificate
People’s Choice Award - To Be Determined
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