change is on April 9th- June 11th.
are requested to bring 3 paintings for Painting Change. Artwork
needs to be framed and ready to hang. Members need to sign
a waiver while submitting their painting for Painting change.
All members must sign a waiver
form before they can exhibit their work at the
Quinlan Center. Quinlan will not exhibit the work of any artist
who has not signed a waiver. Waiver is good for one year of
exhibiting at Quinlan.
Please remember to sign the members sign
in sheet at all meetings. Also participate by voting for the
Artist of the Month and any potential members that may be
jurying in that month.
For framing guidelines refer to the Exhibiting
To participate in FALC
sponsored shows and exhibits, one must be juried in as a exhibiting
member. Artists who have submitted 3 pieces of original art
which meet with the approval and acceptance of the voting
members will be awarded "Exhibiting Membership". Jurying
in will take place at most meetings.
Membership for continuing
members is $45.00 per year, January through December.
$45 - full year membership
$25 - half year membership
(Half year membership
is only for those who will be jurying in after June 2018 till
are due for the year 2018. Members are requested to pay their
dues for the next year in Jan. Board will be reviewing the
membership list and non renewed members will not receive membership
and Minutes of Last Steering Meeting
General Meeting, Quinlan
Center, Craft Room, 10185 Stelling Rd., Cupertino
Monday, May 14th
2018/ 7:00 PM - 9 PM
Peggy grew up in Saratoga,
attending San Jose State University where she earned a BFA in
pictorial Arts. In 2015, Peggy spent three-months painting the
rugged beauty of Scotland. In 2017, Peggy earned a merit scholarship
to Sam Levi’s workshops in Telluride Colorado. A member of the
Santa Cruz Art League and the Santa Cruz Mountains Art Center,
Peggy shows her work regularly in both group and solo exhibitions.
Her, Moon Over Santa Cruz, was in the Santa Cruz 2017 statewide-juried
landscape exhibition. When she’s not in her studio, Peggy teaches
art to adults with disabilities at Claraty Arts in Santa Cruz.
Show details coming soon.
paintings per artist.
Show coordinator: Janki Chokshi /
Valley Open Studios (Cupertino) on May 19th - 20th.
more information visit www.svos.org
Nominations and Elections
With the beginning of the new year all FALC board positions
are open for new nominations. We would like to ask that each
FALC member give some thought to how they can be more involved
with our club for 2018. You can nominate yourself or any other
FALC member for any position listed below. All nominations will
be voted on at the January Meeting. The club has many talented
members with many skills that are urgently needed to run the
group. A club is only as good as its members and if everyone
takes turns at running the group we can achieve great results.
Please ask yourself what you can do to contribute. We
will do everything we can to make your involvement a positive
experience and you will have plenty of guidance to help you
get started. You may consider sharing a job with a friend. We
invite nominations for any of the following vacant positions
Adesara And Gwendlyn Domingo
We also need a volunteer with a van
or bigger vehical to transport FALC panels from Carrie Zeidman's
place to every event or show.
Please contact Janki Chokshi(email@example.com) if
you would like to discuss volunteering for any of the above
FALC does not endorse
the classes, venues and events listed below. We simply list
any information that we determine would be of interest to
our members. If you have a show or reception that you would
like to list in this section, please send the information
(under 50 words) to firstname.lastname@example.org
along with a picture of the display if you have one.
Gallery 9 Los Altos May Exhibit- Paintings
by Jan Meyer : Influenced by the fauve artists like Henri
Matisse and by David Hockney, Jan delights in working with
color, shapes and pattern. Geometrics, florals, stripes and
polka dots are combined, with intense color, creating ROOMS
and BlOOMS. These interior paintings are filled with joy and
mirror the spirit Jan hopes to reflect. Jan has been painting
all her life. She was a mural artist for 15 years or more
and has returned to her love of primitive design. ARTIST’S
RECEPTION: MAY 4, 2018 5:00 - 8:00 at 143 Main St, Los
Altos, CA, 94022.
Shore Lines: New Paintings of California
Coastal Birds by Floy Zittin May 29-June 30, 2018 Artist's
Reception: Friday, June 1, 5-8pm Reception is free and
open to the public.
Floy Zittin loves to observe and to paint
birds. In this exhibit of new watermedia work, she focuses
on birds living near the central California coast and baylands.
Herons, avocets and sandpipers come to life in Floy's poetic,
playful imaginings. See more of Floy's work at www.floyzittin.com.
Shore Lines: New Paintings of California Coastal Birdsby Floy
Zittin. Exhibit runs May 29-June 30, 2018. First Friday: June
1, 5-8pm. Reception is free and open to the public. Gallery
hours: Mon-Sat 11am-5pm, Sun 11am-3pm. Viewpoints Gallery,
315 State Street, Los Altos, 94022. 650-941-5789. www.viewpointsgallery.com.
“Vibrant Bay Area: An Exhibit of Plein
Air Paintings” features oil and watercolor paintings by
Peninsula Outdoor Painters ("POPS"). At the Palo Alto Art
Center’s Community Gallery, 1313 Newell Rd, Palo Alto, CA.
Reception, Feb 24, 2-4 PM. Exhibit runs Feb 22 - Mar 19.The
Gallery is open Tues. - Sat., 9 AM - 5 PM; Thurs., 9AM - 9
PM; Sun., 1 PM - 5PM. There is no admission fee for this Exhibit.
The Santa Clara Valley Watercolor Society-
50th Anniversary show : SCVWS is celebrating its 50th
Anniversary with a Show, entitled “Color!” that hangs March
19 - May 1 at the Addison-Penzak Jewish Community Center of
Silicon Valley at 14855 Oka Road in Los Gatos. The exhibit
is open to the public Monday - Friday 5:00am- 10:00 pm and
Saturday and Sunday 7:00 am - 7 :00 p.m. The artist’s Reception,
open to the public is 11:00 am-2:30 pm.March 25 at the JCC,
on the 2nd floor. Paintings are for sale.
All types of water media, including watercolor,
gouache and acrylics are allowed in the exhibits, but not
oil based paint. For information, call JCC Events coordinator
Maya Tripp at 408-357-7492 at the Community Center.
Seeing in Black and White : “Seeing
in Black & White,” a photography exhibit by Tom & Marj Green
will be on display at the Los Altos Hills Town Hall from October
2, 2017 to March 2018. All are invited to attend the artists’
reception on Sunday, October 8th from 2:00pm to 5:00pm at
Town Hall. The reception will feature live music, wine, and
Oil and Water: A show of contrasting
styles at Gallery House : Gallery House is pleased to
present Oil & Water, a colorful and contrasting exhibit from
local artists, Maura Carta and Ruth-Anne Siegel. Open to the
public, from January 30 to February 24, the show’s reception,
an all-chocolate and sparkling wine affair, will be held on
Friday, February 2nd, 6-8 p.m. Gallery House is located on
320 S California Avenue, in Palo Alto. It is located on 320
S. California Ave, Palo alto, CA. (entrance through Printer”s
Cafe). Call (650) 326-1668 or visit www.galleryhouse2.com
for details. Regular gallery hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. (Tuesday/Wednesday),
12 noon to 8 p.m. (Thurs/Fri/Sat) and 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on
Juried Mixed-Media Show
Benefitting the Alzheimer’s Association Open to Visual Artists
Working in all Media
Theme: Fond Memories
Show date : June 21 – July 22, 2018
Location: Coastal Arts League Gallery, Zaballa Square, 300
Main St. Half Moon Bay, CA, in a ground floor gallery.
The exhibition gallery is 535 square feet,
with north-facing windows. Displayable media categories are:
writing, sculpture, painting, drawing, photography, printmaking,
ceramics, collage, assemblage, mixed media, and fiber art. The
art must be able to hang on the wall or occupy a 12” square
Juror: Brian Bowes, illustrator, brianbowesillustration.com/
Living in Santa Cruz, California, Brian Bowes’ illustrations
shine with story-telling, draftsmanship, and creativity. His
work has been included in numerous children’s books. A former
Illustrator Coordinator for the San Francisco North & East Bay
region of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators
(SCBWI), Bowes appreciates this community of like minded creators
and enjoys actively participating and helping others.
Prizes: Juror's Choice Awards: $150
for first, $100 for second, and $50 for third place, plus additional
gifts from local vendors.
Rules of Entry: Enter by May 20,
2018. All exhibited work must be for sale. Digitally upload
one or more images of your work. Submissions are open to visual
artists working in all media. Artworks may be twodimensional
or three, and of any material. Work must be original, and not
displayed in a prior CAL show for the last two years. Submission:
Send an email to Caljuriedshow@gmail.com with the following
information: Name of Show, Artist’s name, mailing address, and
phone number. Attach images of up to four artworks, labeled
with title, medium, size, and price for each piece. Add a paragraph
about the work, to be included on the wall card.
Entry Fees: A tax-deductible donation
is requested at the time of entry: $40.00 for the first piece,
$10 for each additional piece. Members of the Coastal Arts League
receive a discount of $10 on the first entry. You can donate
your entry fees at www.coastside-artists.com,
and receive a receipt by return mail. Alternatively, you may
send a check to Coastal Arts League, 300 Main St. Half Moon
Bay, CA 94019. Acceptance notifications will be emailed by
June 3, 2018. Label each piece (artist, title, medium, framed
size, and price). Bring your 8.5 x 11” Artist’s Statement to
be included in the show’s book of artists. Also bring up to
10 business cards to leave in the gallery office.
Size and Weight Limits: Each piece
must be manageable by the curator. All 2-D artwork must be gallery-ready,
with hanging wire on back, with the exception of frameless metal
prints, which come with cleats. Gallery wrapped canvas must
be a minimum of 1" in depth. Please use plexiglass, not glass,
in framed pieces larger than 30"x 40".
Juried Mixed-Media Show
Benefitting the Alzheimer’s
Association Open to Visual Artists Working in all Media
Theme: Fond Memories
June 21 – July 22, 2018
Important Dates: •
Enter by: Sunday, May
20, 2018 at 6:00 PM • Notification of Acceptance: June
3, 2018 • Artwork in-take: June 18, 2018, Noon to 5:00
PM • Exhibition on view: June 21 – July 22, 2018 •
Reception: June 23, 2018, 2:00 - 4:00 PM • Artwork pick-up:
July 23, 2018, Noon to 5:00 PM
Terms and Conditions:
By entering you are verifying the submitted work is yours, that
you have the rights to the images or artwork. You are granting
the Coastal Arts League (CAL) the right to use entered work
for the website, printed lists of selected images, and for future
show promotions. All rights to submitted images remain the property
of the artist.
CAL collects sales tax, and retains
a 25% commission to support exhibitions, operations, and educational
programming of the Coastal Arts League. • 15% of the purchase
price will be donated to the Alzheimer's Association as part
of the Longest Day Fundraising campaign. • 60% of the purchase
price will be remitted to the artist within 30 days of the show's
closing. The Coastal Arts League accepts no responsibility for
pieces in the show. It is the responsibility of the artist to
provide his or her own insurance. Check with your Homeowners’
insurance agent. CAL promotes all shows through our website,
www.coastside-artists.com, announcements to CAL members, photography
clubs, art centers and associations, and throughout the region.
Entrants are not responsible for show promotion. However, it
is recommended each entrant let family, friends, and colleagues
know about the show and reception. About the Coastal Arts League:
The Coastal Arts League is a 100% volunteer run non-profit corporation,
501(c)(3) 94-2704204, located on the San Mateo coast of Northern
California. Since 1979, CAL has supported the creative arts
in the Coastside Community, by offering: • Community Arts Education
programs • Exhibitions free to the public, celebrating the talent
of local and regional artists • Support for an Artists Cooperative
• Support for other non-profit community groups Contact information:
For questions about this Exhibition, please contact Jane Lewis
Color of Summer, St Marys Art Museum in
Moraga California Watercolor Association Members Show : June
9 – August 26, 2018 ENTRY DEADLINE: April 6, 2018 Awards:
1st $500, 2nd $200, 3rd $100 and Four Honorable Mentions
Venue : St. Mary's College Museum
of Art 1928 Saint Mary's Road, Moraga, CA 94556
St. Mary's College Museum of Art is a prestigious
museum located on the beautiful, sylvan campus in the Moraga
Hills above Oakland. The museum is unique in Contra Costa County
as the only one accredited by the American Association of Museums.
The museum is well known for its extensive collection of the
work of early California landscape painter William Keith. CWA
is proud to have the opportunity to show our members' work in
such a wonderful venue. Juror of Acceptance—Skip Lawrence
www.skiplawrence.com Juror of Awards—Gary Bukovnik www.garybukovnik.com
Show Calendar (Save these Dates) April 6 Entry deadline
May 4 Notifications emailed to all accepted artists -
Accepted list posted on CWA website May 23-25 8:00am—4:00pm:
Artwork drop-off at St. Mary's and artist check-in May 25
Shipped paintings must arrive at St. Mary's June 8 Juror's
Award selection June 9 Show opens - Public Opening
2:00—4:00pm June 9 Artist Reception & Awards from 2:00—4:00pm
August 26 Show closes 4:00pm Aug 28-31 Artists pick
up paintings (8:00am—3:00pm) Questions email: email@example.com
Michael Friedland 415 505 3399 Log in and enter at http://www.californiawatercolor.org/membership-home.php
Utility Box Project : Campbell Civic
Improvement Commission wanted to notify that they have a Call
To Artists for their 4th annual Art Outside The Box utility
box art program. For the past 3 years, they have had local
artists submit to paint utility boxes. they have completed 29,
and will be doing six (6) more in the upcoming months. Deadline
for applications is March 16, 2018. We encourage local artists
to apply if they would like to contribute to enhancing streets
in Campbell with their own artistic expression. Details are
on the city's website at:
Call for Art: RISE: Empower, Change and
Action! VENUE: Whitney Modern, 24 N Santa Cruz Ave. 2nd
Floor, Los Gatos, CA 95030. DATES OF EXHIBITION: July
18 – August 31, 2018 RECEPTION: Saturday, July 21, 2018
DEADLINE FOR ENTRIES: Entries must be completed by April
21st at 11:59 PM in your time zone. ELIGIBILITY: Artists
residing in the United States. FROM THE ACCEPTED ARTISTS IN
THIS EXHIBITION, ONE ARTIST WILL BE CHOSEN by Suzanne Whitney-Smedt,
owner of Whitney Modern, TO HAVE A TWO-WEEK SHOW at Whitney
Modern in the summer of 2019. All selections for RISE will be
made by the exhibition curators. In addition, three SPECIAL
AWARD JURORS will view the works and choose one piece each to
receive acknowledgement, and prominent display in the catalog,
website and social media sites of Whitney Modern and Gutfreund
Cornett Art. NOTIFICATION OF SELECTIONS: May 18, 2018
MEDIA ACCEPTED: Sculpture, painting, drawing, photo,
video, printmaking, ceramics, assemblage, collage, mixed media,
fiber art, glass art, performance, artist book. No giclees of
original works are permitted. Giclees as part of a mixed-media
work are acceptable.
Gallery will exercise the right to reject
any work that does not accurately represent the submitted image.
NONREFUNDABLE ENTRY FEES: $35/entry [students email us
at GutfreundCornettArt@gmail.com for reduced $15/entry instructions]
Fee is per entry for up to three pieces of art per entry. Payments
to be made through PayPal only. You do not need to have a PayPal
account to pay through PayPal. No refunds will be made after
the jurying process has begun. CATALOG: We will create
both print and online catalogs. Print catalog will be available
through Amazon.com SALES OF ART: All sales will be handled
by Whitney Modern with 50% going to the artist and 50% to the
gallery. READ MORE AND ENTER HERE: https://www.gutfreundcornettart.com/call-for-art-rise.html
An honorarium is paid that varies from $350
to $500, depending on the box configuration. Selection will
be completed by early April. Painting will begin in mid-May
Textures Galore with Colored
Pencil by Denise Howard, CPSA, CPX, UKCPS, MPAS Two-day
Workshop Saturday and Sunday April 14-15, 2018 9am – 4pm. Learn
how to create a variety of believable textures with colored
pencils, from the roughness of tree bark, to the sheen of metal,
to the wispiness of a spider web, and many more! Denise is the
author of the new book 101 Textures in Colored Pencil, full
of practical stepby-step drawing techniques for rendering a
variety of surfaces and textures. She will share lessons from
the book, including her knowledge of tools and color selection,
selection, to help you conquer conquer textures that may have
baffled you before. Space is limited to 20 students. Sign up
by March 25, 2018 to reserve your spot!
Location: James B. Murray
Community Room, Milpitas Police Building, 1275 N. Milpitas Blvd.,
Milpitas, CA 95035 Cost: CPSA Members $120 Non-members
Daniela Friedmann mixed
media workshop on textured surfaces at the Sunnyvale-Cupertino
Adult Education School, on Saturday, April 7, 9 am - 2 pm. Address:
591 W. Fremont Ave., Sunnyvale, CA 94087, (Room 14). Phone:
408-522-2700 Workshop: Experimental Painting on Creative
Zoya Scholis conducts
advanced, intermediate and beginners watermedia painting classes
through the FUHSD Sunnyvale Cupertino Adult education and at
the Cupertino Senior Center. She also conducts Mixed Media Workshops
and Collage Workshops in the summer. For more details please
Contact Zoya at firstname.lastname@example.org
Stefan Bauman Weekly oil
painting classes in Saratoga the first and third week of each
month. Classes are on Mondays from 6-9pm and Tuesdays from 10am
- 1pm Please call 415 606-9074 or email email@example.com.
More Info at www.thegrandview.
Joy Kuo Teaching Chinese
brush painting. Beginner or advance students on Wednesday mornings
10:00am -12:00pm at Joy's studio, 154 Quail Hollow Dr. San Jose,
CA 95128 . $40.00/per class. Please call 408-598-6085 or email
Martha Zlatar is an Artist
Success Coach who can help you define your unique goals for
your art and support you in the process. Coaching is a wonderful
way to be accountable for your actions. Martha will help you
identify what you want to do, when will you do it by and how
will you get it done. Please contact her for a complimentary
half hour phone consultation at 415-839-8085 or email her at
of FALC Kathy Qi has started a website for artists for selling
and promoting their work. website: http://www.key2arts.com/
Key2ARTS.com is a FREE community service for artists to exhibit
and sell their own original, prints, and cards of artwork with
very low commission rate. Membership is free and it's open to
any art club juried-in artist, and people who appreciate art.
Page on website
|Please check out our
Artist Resources page which lists
many recommendations by FALC artists. Members are welcome to submit
their recommendations for the organizing committee to review.
Please make your recommendations as detailed as possible and let
us know what you find useful. Submit your recommendations using
the form at the bottom of this page and add "Artist Resources
and Recommendations" to your subject line.
If you have not done so already, please don't forget to send
us the information we require to create a gallery page for you.
For instructions on sending in your information, please visit
and email all necessary information to Janki Chokshi email:
Panels are available for rent all year at $5/weekend
for members and $7/weekend for non-members. There will be
a $25 charge for checks returned due to insufficient funds.
For panel rental and availability please email Carrie Zeidman
at firstname.lastname@example.org or call her at 408-741-5809. Full
payment plus a $100 refundable deposit are due when panels
are picked up.
Guidelines - Criteria for Jurying-in new members
FALC has been fortunate this year to welcome
many new members and we can look forward to many others being
interested in joining our club. One of the questions that
we get asked the most from current members and those who are
interested in joining is about our criteria for acceptance.
Our process is clear and simple. Anyone who wants to join
needs to bring three pieces of art to one of our meetings.
The members present at that meeting will vote, and if a 2/3
majority of people approve, that person will be accepted,
pay their dues, and become an exhibiting member.
As a juried club, FALC strives to maintain a
certain standard of proficiency since organizations that invite
us to exhibit assume a certain selectivity. One rule of thumb
commonly used when voting in new members is to ask yourself
this question - Would I like to exhibit with this work? Would
this new work add to the reputation of the club? Just as we
support each other by bringing our best work to shows and
by providing new, fresh work for the painting changes at Quinlan,
we can use our Artists' eyes to make decisions about what
work will be hanging beside us at the next show.
Voting "no" during the jurying-in process does
not bar an artist from joining the club. The artist can still
be a member, just not an "exhibiting member". Non-exhibiting
members can attend demos and meetings that provide an environment
for their art to grow. As they continue to develop their skills,
they are welcome to jury in at a later date.
Guidelines - Copyrighted material
The laws regarding copyrighted
material are complex and not uniform from state to state. In
order to avoid liability and the burden of determining whether
a particular image involves copyright infringement, FALC has
created the following guidelines for member artists. FALC assumes
that it is the respoinsibility of the artist to honestly follow
these guidelines and assumes no liability for work that is submitted
or displayed not following these guidelines. It reserves the
right to disqualify a painting if there is reasonable doubt
about copyright infringement or plagiarism.
- Work entered for a show must be the
artist's original work in concept and execution.
- It cannot be copied from copyrighted
material or photographs belonging to another person or organizaion
except with the copyright holder's explicit written permission.
- It cannot be the reproduction of
a painting done by another person even if the original artist
is acknowledged on the painting.
- It cannot be the reproduction of
a historic painting.
President: Carrie Zeidman
Vice President:Janki Chokshi
- Website and Newsletter
Publicity: Shubha Prithviraj
Treasurer: Shubha Prithviraj
Demo Coordinator:Janki Chokshi
Online Gallery pages: Janki
Artist of the Month Updates:
Panel rental: Carrie Zeidman
Greeting Table: Kalpana
Adesara and Gwendlyn Domingo
mail: Shubha Prithviraj