Rancho Santa Fe Art Guild announces 2016 Board of Directors
•Artists invited to apply for membership, sponsorship.
The Rancho Santa Fe Senior Center was the venue for a holiday party on Dec. 18 to celebrate another year in the 30-year history of the Rancho Santa Fe Art Guild. Members and guests enjoyed a tea party-themed event with sandwiches and sweets ordered from Thyme In The Ranch.
A general meeting was held and a new Board of Directors were voted in.
The 2016 Board of Directors are:
Ruth Evans, president; Margot Wallace vice president/membership; Carole Dowling, secretary; Eric Wolf, treasurer; Cindy Klong, publicity/webmaster; Sandi Edwards, parliamentarian.
The Guild is proud to announce a partnership with the Senior Center for the purposes of displaying art, hosting art receptions and other activities, such as artist demonstrations and board meetings.
The RSF Art Guild is grateful for the generous support of the Senior Center.
The Rancho Santa Fe Art Guild would like to invite artists in the area to apply for membership or sponsorship. The Guild exhibits original art created by local artists for display with receptions held at the RSF Senior Center. Artists are invited to join and display their art with a nominal membership fee and a little volunteer time. Working together with other artists offers camaraderie with artists to paint together, critique together, share ideas, learn and grow. The RSF Art Guild accepts oil, acrylic, watercolor and photography.
Applications for membership can be printed from the website: www.ranchosantafeartguild.org Please mail applications to:
RSFAG P.O. Box 773 Rancho Santa Fe, CA 92067; ATTN: Margot Wallace/Membership.
The Rancho Santa Fe Art Guild is a 501(c)(3) organization whose purpose is to embrace the visual arts, provide exhibit space, enhance community awareness and foster artistic skills.
Photos by McKenzie Images.
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