Monday, June 28, 2010

Plein Air Moab in September

An Invitation from Utah painters:

Lots of art activity out here in Moab , Utah . As most of you know, we are the center for really beautiful and unique scenery. At the end of September and the first of October, we invite you all to join us for our first annual plein air festival. I am excited that participants will have a full week, or any part of it, to paint and can have stamped an unlimited number of surfaces for the competition. New workshops with well known artists are being planned and great prize money is being offered. Please go to for more info and feel free to call me, as your local artist contact for questions. Hope to see plenty of you here.

As Always

Carolyn Webb


Thursday, June 10, 2010

Paint Flagstaff Arboretum- Paint the Aspens-Sedona APAP Annual Show 2011

Here are the exciting events coming up for APAP members-

*"Paint the Aspens" in Pinetop, Arizona Hosted by NEAFAA and APAP.
Plein Air Paint out in the Pinetop area finished off with a two week long show in Pinetop at the High Country Gallery.
Prospectus coming out soon.
$35.00 participation fee for PTA
Only room for 33 artists
Must be an APAP member to participate
Show hangs for two weeks

Oct. 2nd- orientation & breakfast & canvas stamping
Paint all week long-
Deliver fresh artwork framed to be hung on Friday, Oct. 8.
Saturday, Oct. 9th Reception & Awards presented
Judge of Awards- Gabor Svagrik
Sunday Oct. 10th "Paint Along" with Gabor Svagrik - you must register with Gabor for this event.

"Paint the Aspens"
Want a chance to be on the front of the PTA postcard? Send your small (5 pixals) image file to Gwen at Gwen and the PTA committee will select the winner.

*Oct. 11, 12 Paint the Flagstaff Nature Conservancy details coming

*March 31 - April 13th, 2011 APAP Annual Members Show in Sedona Az
Prospectus coming out this fall
Show runs for TWO weeks

*Questions? Cody DeLong Cindy Carrillo

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