Programs for 2016-2017
The Art Guild of Tellico Village, Loudon, TN meets each month from September through May. Meetings are held at the Tellico Village Yacht Club on the top floor. Social hour begins at 9:30 am with the meeting beginning at 10:00 am. After a short business meeting, a one hour program is presented by local and regional artists.
2017-2018 programs will begin at the first AGTV meeting for the year on September 21, 2017.
Programs Held in 2016-2017
Thursday, May 18, 2017
Speaker: Bobbie Crews, Artist
Topic: "Where is Bobbie Crews Now"
Bobbie Crews is a favorite local Knoxville, TN artist and she will be back to Tellico Village to bring us another insightful presentation about her art works. Also Bobbie plans a three-day workshop in October 2017. Find out more about the artist and view her enormous portfolio of work on her website.
Thursday, April 20, 2017
Speaker: Kathie Odom
Topic: "Experiences in Plein Air"
Description: Join Kathie as she recounts stories from painting on the road. Plein air competitions and teaching oil painting workshops kept her traveling to states like Pennsylvania, Arizona and Wisconsin just to name a few. Kathie will show paintings and share about the adventures that keep her inspired. More information about Kathie Odom and her on-line gallery can be found at KathieOdom.com
Date: Thursday, March 16 Meeting and Program
Topic: "Exploring the Creative Process Through Quality of Emotion
Speaker: Charles Brindley, Guest Artist
Description: Charles Brindley is a highly accomplished artist who lives and maintains his studio in Adairville, near Nashville. Among his subjects are giant deciduous trees, rock formations, prehistoric ruins, panoramic landscapes, still life and architecture. At our meeting on March 16, Brindley will address several creative processes in terms of his personal history. He will talk about how we may incorporate these processes into experiencing
daily life and making art that is meaningful. He will also discuss the benefits of being alone with a subject and how that isolation may create a quality of emotion experience that is often linked to joy — and an ultimate artistic goal, a shift of
Brindley's career spans more than three decades, and he has been represented in galleries in Nashville, Memphis, Taos, New York City and Washington, DC. His work appears in public and corporate collections throughout the United
States and in private collections internationally. Learn more about his work at cbrindley.com
Thursday, February 16, 2017
Program: Jerry's Artarama
Speaker: Scott Manning
Members and guests love this opportunity to learn about new art products, see demonstrations, get free samples and a coupon from the best art store in Knoxville, TN. Go to yourartsupplies.com to learn about their store and art classes.
Thursday, January 19, 2017
Speaker: Tom Marshall, Fused Glass Artist
Presentation Title: "A Brief History of Glass and Ideas About Fused Glass"
Tom Marshall is a lifelong craftsman who has
owned an art gallery and is knowledgeable about many forms of art. He moved to Tellico Village from Nevada and recently finished building and equipping a fused glass art studio in his home. Art glass is manufactured at different melting temperatures, and glass artists must use exacting skills to obtain the best artistic results from their materials. Marshall has perfected those skills and has been trained in workshops by some of the top glass artists in the country. The focus of his talk will be on:
1. How glass evolved over the century's
2. Different types of glass
3. My studio and the variety of my work using different types of glass
4. Examples of fused glass
Thursday, November 17, 2016
"In the Digital Age, Is Art Dying?"
Speaker: Larry Perry, Photographer
Can you tell, is this a photograph or painting? Our guest speaker will
reveal the answer when he delivers his presentation at our
meeting on November 17. Perry is a prize-winning photographer, author of 28 books and a popular speaker at conventions around the country. He enjoys exploring the challenging questions that face artists in all media today. With rapidly changing technology, what lies down the road and how will it affect our work? In the digital age, is art dying?
Perry's presentation promises to be educational, controversial and entertaining. His diverse background and accomplishments give Perry a unique and credentialed perspective. He is a certified Photoshop instructor and author of the just-released book, Photoshop CC 101, an adjunct instructor at UT and UCLA, a former Higher Education Commissioner for the state of Tennessee, a licensed attorney and a licensed engineer. He is also a former newspaper
columnist whose column was carried in 90 newspapers, an expert on international communications who has testified before Congress and a businessman with interests in the United States and the Far East.
Don't miss this opportunity to see an exciting visual presentation and learn about developments in technology. Bring
your questions for Larry Perry and join the discussion on subjects that are sure to interest artists today and tomorrow.
Thursday, October 20, 2016
Speaker: Tina Brunetti
Tina, primarily a self-taught artist, has developed a very distinctive signature
“stained glass” style born out of her experimentation with sand and glue on
large gallery wrapped canvases. While she has extended her subject matter
to flora, jazz, sport, angel, and landscape themes, her preference remains for wildlife subjects. Tina features overlapping wildlife subjects (e.g., lions, peacocks, tigers, eagles, zebras, wolves, flowers, etc) creating the illusion of stained glass, on her vivid mixed media canvases.
Tina also creates and sells reproductions of her art in the form of prints, greeting cards, jewelry, and wearable art t-shirts, dresses and skirts! Her products are sold at The Red Door Galleries in Historic Downtown Loudon, where she also gives BREWnetti painting classes.
To learn more about Tina's work visit her website: www.BrunettiConfettiArt.com
Thursday, September 15, 2016
"Painting Ideas..... Theories that Make Exciting Paintings"
Speaker: Paul deMarrais
Paul says, "In my workshops I try to give students the basis for making decisions in their paintings. A successful painting is created by navigating through hundreds of decisions during the painting process. Throughout the long history of painting, artists have contributed many ideas to help in this challenge. Our job is not to reinvent the wheel. Why not explore the ideas and theories put forth by many of the great artists of the past and present? Artists have always been great borrowers! Each of us will put our own unique spin on these ideas, filtering them through our own personalities and experiences. Too much emphasis is often given to the 'how to's' of painting at the expense of the 'why's', the theories that form the foundation of our paintings."
Visit Paul's website for further information about his work.
Programs Held in 2015-2016
Thursday, October 15, 2015