Monday, November 13, at 7:00 P.M at Shanley House Gallery.
Cynthia James, Artist and Owner at Artèfactzis is our guest artist for our General Meeting.
Cynthia creates one-of-a kind museum quality art glass jewelry and sculptures. Working in dichroic glass, mold-able precious metal, clay, and found objects, Cynthia James creates works of art for your home and art you can wear.
The Next Meeting of the Granbury Camera Club will be held Tuesday, November 14 at 6:30 p.m. at The Shanley House. This is the second Tuesday of the month rather than the third due to the Thanksgiving holidays.
will be discussing how to tell a story with photographs, particularly
as it gives rise to photo projects, portfolios and gallery shows. This
will be an interactive meeting with everyone bringing 3 photos on a
flash drive to share. Your photos should tell a story. In this case, the
subject is not very important, but how you tell the story in photos is
important. Simple Example: Photo of a rose, photo of a bee on a rose,
and photo of the rose gone to seed or dropping its petals - tells the
story of pollination and reproduction of the species. You might want to
have shots taken from different perspectives, angles or perhaps
different lenses to illustrate your story and make it interesting.
Tis the time for ghosts, goblins and spookiness galore *evil laugh*, but don't let your fear of the dark stop you from coming out to Last Saturday Gallery Night on October 28th. The Fall Show has only just begun and includes some Wickedly Good art.
We are also featuring pieces by LGAA members Diana Stewart and Diane Coble for that night only. Open late from 5-8pm on Gallery Night.
Purple Petunias by Diana Stewart
Shanley House Gallery | 224 N. Travis | Granbury, TX 76048
(Just off the square across from the public library)
Pamela Fritz was named Artist of the Month for October by the Lake
Granbury Art Association. Fritz’s painting titled “Zen” is an abstract
of a Water Lilly. Her art will be on display at InterBank, 4530 E Hwy 377.
Fritz has been a member of LGAA for
almost 20 years.
Others receiving accolades for their art work were Pam Shultz, Teri
Daniels, Vickie Pflueger, Marilyn Haskins and Cynthia LaBuda. Suz
Canter is featured artist at the Visitor’s Center. Phyllis Webster is
the featured artist at the Convention Center.