The optional theme for the March 13th meeting was Clouds.
The optional theme for the February 13th meeting was glass and as always, it was a treat to see the different interpretations of subject. Jere’s image of a figure through paper was created to give the appearance of looking through frosted glass. Virge’s stunning image of a cut glass vase was digitally manipulated in a way that looks almost like metal and has a 3 dimensional quality. Nancy’s glass ball ornaments placed on top of a watercolor create a beautiful abstract.
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The optional theme for the October image review was Circle. It was wonderful to see the different interpretations of this category from the group members. The images presented for review varied from straight photographs of circular objects to highly post-processed images that became a circle.
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In the October Education meeting, Elyssa did a presentation on the Twirl technique used to create the image shown above.
Here’s a quick summary of the next few meetings. All meetings are at 17 Fox Hill Drive in Natick, starting at 7:30 pm. Additional information can be found on our Calendar.
This Monday will be our next image review. The optional topic for this review is “Before & After“, but as always you can bring any images (up to 8) that you’d like to share. Both prints and digital media are welcome.
Please join us for Movie Night on January 28. We’ll be streaming a movie via Netflix. You’re welcome to bring some refreshments to share with the group. I’ll provide cups and paper goods. Last year, the group selected Public Eye, and it was excellent.
Our next image review is Monday (December 10) at 7:30 pm. The optional topic for this review is “Square“, but as always you can bring any images (up to 8) that you’d like to share.
Our annual NELP holiday dinner will be Monday, December 17 (a week earlier than usual) at 6:30 pm, at the Lotus Flower restaurant in Framingham (near Walmart). They have an excellent dinner buffet ($16.95), or you can order exactly what you’d like from the menu. If you can’t make it at 6:30, it is ok to arrive a bit later. The buffet is open until 8:30. If you’d like to join us, please let me know so I can reserve enough seats (I’ll call in a count on Sunday. I initially reserved a table for 12) During dinner, I propose we consider (in addition to our usual free-flowing discussion) the following question: ”How can we encourage and develop art awareness and appreciation in our community?”
Looking forward to seeing you.