Professional Practices for the Visual Artist
 
Mr. Benjamin Hickey led a discussion in the Malkin Gallery on November 2, 2014, for DAA members who were interested in expanding their reach in the visual art community. Notes are attached here!
 
 

 

Lagniappe Exhibit

 

The beautiful gallery space at Lagniappe in Greenville was the venue for a recent exhibit. Gerald DeLoach, an esteemed artist from Alligator, MS, served as the judge for the event, and the following awards were announced at the opening reception:

 

Best in Show: Harry "Bub" Branton for "Dunleith"

Second Place: Janice "Honey" Dean for "Hemerocallis Species"

Third Place: Dede Gibson for "Sugar Britches"

Merit Award in Photography: Les Torrans for "Southern Tundra"

Merit Award in 3D: Randy New for "Bowl Doe"

Merit Award in Works on Canvas: Karl Wagner for "You Kicking Mule"

Merit Award in Works on Paper: Melanie Tucker for "Lady Norfork"

People's Choice: Sandy Solomon for "Devotion"

Peer Award: Harry "Bub" Branton for "Dunleith"

Botanical Watercolor Workshop
with Dr. Janice N. Dean

 

DAA members and guests brought their watercolor palettes, pencils, paper, and enthusiasm to St. John's Episcopal Church on Saturday, September 20 from 9:00 - 2:00 and enjoyed learning about Honey's techniques. A successful botanical artist and former educator, Honey Dean is uniquely qualified to share her expertise with us. Honey provided the plant materials; participants brought their willingness to watch and learn!

 

The cost was $20 per member. All proceeds were donated back to DAA. Thank you, Honey!