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 $30.00 per year, January through December.
Membership fees are
due for the year 2013. Participation in shows will only be possible
if membership fees have been paid.
Meeting - August 12, 2013
General Meeting, Quinlan
Center, Craft Room, 10185 North Stelling Rd., Cupertino
Thursday, August 12,
2013/ 7:00 PM - 9 PM
in Oil by Ray Mendieta
Ray is a native of Northern California,
and has been a professional artist and art teacher for the past
15 years. He teaches at the Academy of Art University in San
Francisco and also teaches drawing and painting at The Pacific
Art League in Palo Alto, California. Ray has held one-man shows
at The Pacific Art League Gallery, Tahill Galleries, and the
Academy of Art Gallery and presently shows at The Lee Youngman
Gallery in Calistoga,CA.
Ray Mendieta received his Masters Degree
in Fine Art from the Academy of Art University at San Francisco.
Show : The Annual FALC Fall Festival Open Juried Show - Sept.
20 & 21
Our next show is the 2013 FALC
Fall Festival Show at the Quinlan Community Center in
Must be postmarked by August 19, 2013
Reception and awards
on September 20th, 7pm. Show on September 21, 11 to 6pm
Entry fees for 3 entries:
Current FALC members $30, Cupertino Community Groups $35,
Cupertino Residents $35, All others $45
$1400 in prizes will
be awarded. The total number of entries accepted will
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 email@example.com
along with a picture of the display if you have one.
Belinda Lima has a solo show "Shapes
& Shades" at Graniterock in Cupertino Design Center
from September 10 to December 6. Reception Saturday, Oct. 19th,
3 - 5pm with food and drinks. All welcome!
The Colored Pencil Society of America
is having their annual chapter show in September 2013. They
would like to encourage anyone who works with colored pencit
to enter; non-members can enter and entries need not be 100%
colored pencil. The show is going to be at the Coastal Arts
League Gallery in downton Half Moon Bay - a great excuse for
a trip to the coast. The prospectus can be downloaded from http://www.cpsa210.org/pdf_files/2013_Show_Prospectus.pdf
Pacific Art League Fundraiser @ Gorden
Biersch: Wednesday August 7, 2013 from 6 to 10pm http://palfundraiser.eventbrite.com/
47th Annual Fine Art Show
– Fremont Art Association www.FremontArtAssociation.org.
Show goes through Oct. 21.
Paint Burlingame Event: The "Paint
Burlingame Event" takes place on Sunday September 29th. This
is a one day plein air painting evnet. Artists will paint from
9am onwards and then there will ba an awards ceremony & artists
recption from 4 - 7pm. Cash prizes will be awarded. Paul Kratter
will be the judge. Please visit www.paintburlingame.wordpress.com
The Cupertino Library
Art Display sponsored by the Library Foundation is now taking
applications from artists who would like to display their work
at the Cupertino Library on a 9' x 9' space for a period of 2
months. The library takes no commission on sales and there is
no charge for displaying there. The application form is at http://cupertinolibraryfoundation.org/programs/art-wall/art-wall-entry-form/
Anna Lee Steed will be
teaching a painting class for oil and acrylic painters at the
Quinlan Center in Cupertino starting January 9th. Classes will
be on Mondays from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM. Students will paint abstracts,
still life and landscape. As always, Anna Lee’s lessons will have
a strong focus on color. Painters of all levels are welcome, extra
help for beginners. Cost is $150 for five classes Please contact
Anna Lee at 831-662-8979 for more information, a registration
form and the material list. See Anna Lee’s paintings online at
Paint the Ocean, Waves and
Shoreline in Watercolor Using Special Effects: Instructor:
Patricia Osborne All levels (some experience) Sat 5/18 9:30am
- 4:30pm - Sun 5/19 9:30am - 4:30pm Fees: $195/$158 (non-member/member)
Place: Pacific Art League 668 Romana Street Palo Alto, Ca. 94301
Sign up online- print and mail a registration form, or call 650-321-3891
"By the Koi pond" : All
levels. Some knowledge of watercolor would be prefered. Instructor:
Patricia Osborne - Materials Fee $15 - Due Dates : August 17-18
,2013 Saturday & Sunday ( 9:30 am to 4:30 pm) Fee: $195.00 Place:
Pacific Art League 668 Romana Street Palo Alto, Ca. 94301 Sign
up online, print and mail a registration form, or call 650-321-3891
Access Days at Filoli : Filoli extends the opportunity
for artists and photographers to have access to the gardens after
hours. Experience the quiet beauty and stunning vistas of this
rare and historical country estate. Photographers may use tripods;
other artists may use easels and work in the medium of their choice.
Artists provide all their own materials and storage containers
for the removal of all used water and non-toxic cleaning fluids.
No fluids of any type are to be disposed of at Filoli. Space is
limited, pre-registration is highly recommended. Fee per day:
$20 for members; $25 for non–members. Non-members: Fee includes
same day admission to Filoli. You are welcome to arrive anytime
between 10:00 am – 2:30 pm, visit the historic House and Garden
and scout locations for your next masterpiece. Dates: Thursdays—
August 16, September 20 and October 18 To reserve your spot for
this unique opportunity, visit www.filoli.org/special-events-and-exhibits/art-exhibits.html#artistaccess
or call Member Services at (650 - 264 8300,ext 508).
Mike Kirschel Learn and
practice oil painting (or acrylic) in the Monta Vista neighborhood
of Cupertino. Beginning and advanced students welcome, class focus
is on painting and picture making fundamentals with an emphasis
on composition and color. Indoor studio painting is Wednesday
mornings, 9:30 - 12:00 and outdoor painting on location is on
Saturdays also 9:30-12:00. Private and small group lessons are
also available. Please visit the website at www.kirschel.com
for more information or call Mike Kirschel at 650-521-1856.
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 visit https://www.ace.fuhsd.org.
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 10
- 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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Collage Workshop with Kay Duffy
- Kay will show you how to color and create texture on special
oriental papers. These lovely papers are very absorbent and often
imbedded with fibers or patterns. These papers will be used to
create abstract patterns. For more info K@dayduffywatercolors.com
Saturday September 15, 2012 9:30-3:30pm in the workshop area at
Hakone Gardens, Saratoga $55/day includes most supplies and a
sample packet of papers; additional papers may be purchased. Your
reservation is a check made out to Kay Duffy, 20637 Leonard Road,
Saratoga, CA 95070. Space is limited! A more complete information
sheet will be sent. Virtual gallery www.kayduffywatercolors.com.
Kay also teaches on-going WATERCOLOR CLASSES, every 2nd and 4th
Monday morning drop in at 9:30. $20/ class.
offers a 10 week painting course with Mike Bailey, Watercolor
Beyond the Obvious. It also offers SCVWS 2012 workshop brochure.
You can register on their website at www.scvws.org Info: 650-941-8073.
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 recommendation"
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
submit new allery page
and email all necessary information to Janki Chokshi email: email@example.com
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.
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
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
President: Slava Shabrov
Vice President: Janki Chokshi
- Website and Newsletter
Program and Publicity: Carrie
Treasurer: Todd Kruse
Secretary: Keith Hull
Membership: Brian Haney
Refreshments: Yao-Pi Hsu
Demo Coordinator: Nina Uppaluru
Online Gallery pages: Janki
Artist of the Month Updates:
Quinlan Show Coordinator: Vacant
Panel rental: Carrie Zeidman
Greeting Table: Kalpana Adesara
Online mail: Slava Shabrov