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Featured Artist...Greg Jowyk
Greg is showing his work at Boise St. Luke's through the month of June.
In July it will move to St. Luke's in Meridian on Eagle Road.
May Notes....
Is it as busy as it feels or is it just me?! Maybe after not much happening through the pandemic, it feels like it is so busy.

Two new calls are up:
Summer Souvenirs: Deadline July 2
Play of Light & Shadow: Deadline August 21

There are TVAA Exhibitions to inspire you:
Pale Blue Dot - 4/11-7/12 - Meridian City Library
Sensation - 5/3-9/13 - Nampa Civic Center
Show-Off - 4/27-7/19 - Treasure Chest Gallery

Linda Feinberg is part of the exhibition at Avienne "Visual Voices. Diane Ronayne and Gary Richardson have a show at CW Moore until the end of July. Kerri Silvernell received an Honorable Mention at the Willard Arts Center in Idaho Falls and Greg Jowyk is exhibiting his work at St. Luke's. If you are in McCall from now to the end of July...Mary Arnold's work is at Gallery 55 until June 30 and my birds will be hanging out there through July.

If you have a special exhibit or showing for next month's newsletter let me know. I try to publish the newsletter on or near the 15th of the month.

Thanks so much! 
Cindi
 

OPEN CALLS!

Summer Souvenirs

 An Art Exhibition by TVAA at The Treasure Chest Gallery

July 19, 2022 – October 18, 2022

Opening Reception: July 21, 2022

(Third Thursday)

Photo by Kateryna Hliznitsova on Unsplash

Deadline: July 2, 2022

Click here to apply.

Treasure Valley Artists Alliance / Nampa

CALL TO ARTISTS 

Play of Light and Shadow: An Art Exhibition by 

TVAA at Nampa Civic Center

September 13, 2022 – January 10, 2023

Opening Reception October 21, 6-8p

Deadline: August 21, 2022
Click here for application.

Treasure Valley Artists Alliance

Meridian Library

OPEN CALL

“Meridian Solo”

 An Art Exhibition by 

TVAA at Meridian Library

Revolving Dates

 

Opening Reception TBD with Artist and Library

Need more lead time?

Here are the upcoming shows we're planning. 

NOTE: 
Dates and details may change. 

Meridian Solo 
Opportunity for artist solo shows 
2-month durations: 
July 12 - Sept 20, 2022 
Sept 20 - Nov 15, 2022 
Nov 15, 2022 - Jan 12, 2023 
Meridian Library 

Summer Souvenirs 
Celebrating summer memories and momentos 
July 19 - Oct 18, 2022 
(approx dates) 
Treasure Chest Gallery 
(Gem Center for the Arts) 

Play of Light and Shadow 
Explore form, shading, depth, and contrast. 
Sept 13, 2022 - Jan 10, 2023 
(approx dates) 
Nampa Civic Cnter 

Opus 2022 
Annual juried show of TVAA's best work 
Oct 1 - Nov 30, 2022 
(approx dates) 
Water's Edge Gallery 
(Riverside Hotel) 

All That Glitters  
Shiny stuff: gold, silver, jewels ... 
Oct 18, 2022 - Jan 17, 2023 
(approx dates) 
Treasure Chest Gallery 
(Gem Center for the Arts) 

Delve: Research Based Art Exhibition 
Pick a passion and dive in deep.  
2023 
(approx dates) 
The Treasure Chest Gallery

TVAA
EXHIBITIONS

An Art Exhibition by TVAA at The Treasure Chest Gallery
April 27, 2022 – July 19, 2022

Exhibition Poster image by Weston MacKinnon

“A problem is a chance for you to do your best.”

– Duke Ellington 

To view online: Show-Off


SHOW-OFF OPENING RECEPTION
in conjunction with 3rd Thursday at
Gem Center for the Arts
May 19, 6-9 pm

Sensation: An Art Exhibition by  

TVAA at Nampa Civic Center

May 3, 2022 – September 13, 2022
Opening Reception June 10, 6-8p

“Pale Blue Dot”

 An Art Exhibition by 

TVAA at Meridian Library

April 11, 2022 – July 12, 2022

Exhibition Poster design by Claire Remsberg, Poster photo credit: Simon Lee and NASA

OTHER OPPORTUNITIES

Non TVAA
The plan is to offer these engagements and add more as they come to us for Illumibrate. They are building sealife and working on costumes. They also have a digital makers opportunity and plan to add more challenges in the coming months. The goal is to build it back up to the energy level that they experienced in 2018 and 2019.

“Be Still”
VineArts Boise invites creatives of all ages and skill levels to submit to our upcoming community gallery exhibit & performing arts showcase. We’re looking for works of visual, writing, and performing art portraying peace, stillness, and/or lack thereof. Your art entry may be religious in nature but is not required to be.

DEADLINE: August 2022
No Entry fee.
SUBMIT YOUR ART FOR ENTRY:
Visit https://www.vineartsboise.org/next-exhibit

VineArts invites creatives of all ages and skill levels to submit to our upcoming community gallery exhibit & performing arts showcase. 
NO ENTRY FEE. Both church and community members are welcome to submit their entries.
ENTRY LIMIT: three (3) submissions (total between visual and performing arts entries - feel free to mix and match)
HOW TO SUBMIT YOUR ART FOR ENTRY: Visit https://www.vineartsboise.org/next-exhibit for entry packet and more information.

-- 
Sincerely,
Danica Thurber
danica.thurber@vineyardboise.org
VineArts Ministry Director

 

TVAA Artists Work Hanging Around and Announcements

Linda Feinberg
has two works hanging at Avienne's new exhibition "Vision in Voices", which runs until July 7.
Here are her two pieces:
Noon Peak, acrylic and Jacob's Ladder, calligraphy

DIANE RONAYNE & GARY RICHARDSON

746 Santa Paula Ct., Boise ID 83712

208-685-9807 (Diane cell); dianeronayne@gmail.com

garyerichardson@gmail.com

DATE:     June 13, 2022

RE:     NEW PHOTOGRAPHIC ART AT CW MOORE PLAZA

Two longtime Boise artists share their views of the world in a two-person exhibit currently on display at the CW Moore Plaza lobby, 250 S. 5th St., Boise. This is the second two-person show for the couple. They will be present on First Thursday, July 7, from 4pm-6pm to answer questions. All artwork is for sale by the artists.

 

DIANE RONAYNE, a founder of the Idaho Photographic Workshop, reveals a new series, photographed in downtown Boise over the past three years, entitled “Yesterday, Today and… Tomorrow?”  GARY RICHARDSON offers his take on places as varied as Vietnam, Mexico, Taos, Portland and Death Valley. Their work is in the lobby of the office building, open 8am-6pm weekdays. Free parking.

“When I walk around downtown Boise, my eye is always drawn upward,” DIANE RONAYNE says. “The contrasts in buildings’ age, color, texture, shape and size call out, ‘Shoot me! Shoot me!’ Some have stood for 100 years, others are still going up. They coexist, like the people using them: Some of us have lived here all our lives, others just since COVID. Buildings embody continuity and change, the one eternal constant. Change stimulates and disturbs – it’s a reality we must acknowledge. This work demonstrates the complexity and, yes, the beauty that can result from the interaction of past and present, newcomer and old hand. ‘Tomorrow?’ in this show title is symbolized by abstracts I create from the original image.”

Ronayne chose Boise for her home in 1980. A professional writer/editor/photographer, she also expresses herself creatively through photography. The first photographic artist to receive a Boise City public art commission (“Waterworks,” 2004), she has been a member of the Treasure Valley Artists Alliance since 2009. Her photographic art has been exhibited in Colorado, Wyoming and Idaho, and is in private collections. 


GARY RICHARDSON has been capturing light in boxes since he was given a Kodak Brownie camera when he was seven years old. “In recent years, like many photographers, I have been fascinated with the enhanced capabilities of digital technology to render light so as to emphasize specific visual elements created as the momentary presence of each photon is recorded electronically. Once recorded, those data may be displayed in many ways.”
Kerri Silvernell
At the 14th Annual Nation Juried Exhibition, Idaho Falls Arts Council at the Willard Arts Center Kerri exhibited her painting "South Fork Payette River At Granjean" which can be seen on her website: kerri-silvernell.com
She received an honorable mention and sold it!!!
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