The members meeting and workshop demo will start at 7pm this coming Friday, March 8th at the Wyoming Valley Art League.
Michael Hockenbury will be the guest artist and he will be talking about Photoshop and it’s applications . His workshop will be Saturday at 10am -3pm at the WVAL. See all pertinent information regarding Michael Hockenbury in the former blast sent yesterday March 5th.
Any questions please email us at : WYOMINGVALLEYARTLEAGUE@GMAIL.COM
Or you may call the WVAL at 288 – 1020
PLEASE NOTE : All workshops and Members meetings have been rescheduled back to the original second friday and Saturday of the month.
Jasper Johns – The Seasons
Prints in a Series
Feb 18, 2013 – Mar 24, 2013
Gallery Talk, February 20th at 3pm
Anyone interested in attending please contact The Wyoming Valley Art League at wyomingvalleyartleague@gmail .com
We can arrange for carpooling or just meeting at Marywood. This is a great opportunity to broaden your art history and knowledge of contemporary artists and their process !
This should be a great exhibit and talk you don’t want to miss !
The exhibition presents selections in the print medium that examine a range of approaches employed by artists with respect to making works in a series. Major prints by Jasper Johns, Andy Warhol, Frank Stella, James Rosenquist, Sherry Levine, Terry Winters, Robert Cumming, Jennifer Bartlett, and Anthony Sorce, among others, are included in this exhibition drawn from The Maslow Collection @ Marywood, the largest and most comprehensive collection of contemporary art in Northeastern Pennsylvania. A number of these works will be exhibited at Marywood for the first time.
Shields Center for Visual Arts
2300 Adams Avenue
Scranton, PA 18509-1598
The Wyoming Valley Art League’s third friday exhibit and reception, held on Friday, December 21st, was more festive this year, as two downtown restaurants donated platters of food for all to enjoy. Katana’s sushi and Bart and Urby’s chicken tenders and wraps were really enjoyed and devoured almost upon arrival.
And while the food was very much appreciated by all, the generosity of the owners of these two fine eateries in Downtown Wilkes-Barre, and their support of our area and the arts, is a value we hope will extend throughout the downtown community of business owners. A heartfelt thank-you to Katana and Bart and Urby’s, and a Happy New Year to all!