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2018-04-23: 8x8 Event at Art Gallery Napa Valley Friday April 27th from 5-9 pm
2018-04-07: Hidden Treasures Art & Gift Sale Sat. April 7 at 1520 Behrens Street
2018-01-31: Vintage Wealth Management Exhibit Features Two Local Members
2018-01-22: Sorry we missed you at the Jan 22nd AANV General Meeting, here is a recap by James Hilgendorf
2017-02-01: Art Gallery Napa Valley is OPEN for Business every day from 10-6 pm
2017-01-01: January 23rd General Meeting 1-3 pm
2016-11-18: 2016 Best Of Napa Valley Voting
2016-07-18: UPCOMING FALL GENERAL MEETING HIGHLIGHTS
2016-07-04: AANV winners at the Napa County Fair July 4th, 2016
2016-05-17: Demonstrator for May 2016 General Meeting is Carol Dick
2016-04-19: The 2016 Congressional Art Reception will be at Art Gallery Napa Valley April 22nd from 5-7 pm
2016-04-18: SEEKING MEMBERS' THOUGHTS AND ART FOR MAY'S "PRISM" COLUMN. Deadline is April 26.
2016-03-17: Engage Art Fair has extended their application deadline to March 25th! Apply now!
2016-03-14: Returning Open Studio Artists, Get your application in TODAY!
2016-03-12: The Next General Meeting is Monday, March 28, at 1pm at Art Center NV 1520 Behrens Street, Napa
2016-02-12: The Next AANV General Meeting Feb. 22, 1-3:00pm Guest Speakers: Plein Air France Holidays painting instructor Tom Hughes and holiday director Kate Kilbourne
2016-02-03: Art in the Library - Featuring Janice Peterson - Reception: Feb 19 6-7:30 - Show Dates: February 1st - 26th, 2016
2016-02-01:  Calling all artists - 2016 Open Studios Kick Off Meeting! Tonight Feb 1st at 6:30
2016-01-29: "all that blooms" - Photography Exhibit at Bloom Hair Design & Art Gallery by AANV member Maggy Walton
2016-01-22: CALL TO ARTISTS - Yountville Art, Sip & Stroll April 16, 2016 11AM - 5PM
2016-01-20: Kitchen's in The Vineyards - Looking for an Artist
2016-01-15: Call to Artists for 2016-2017 - Art in the Library - (Napa County Main Library)
2016-01-15: Calling All Artists For 2016 Open Studios Napa Valley - Feb. 1, 2016 6:30 pm meeting
2016-01-01: Art Center Napa Valley Available to rent for your workshop, class or event!
2016-01-01: AANV 2016 January Palette Newsletter
 
8X8 EVENT AT ART GALLERY NAPA VALLEY FRIDAY APRIL 27TH FROM 5-9 PM
2018-04-23


Jeanne Dillon hanging our 8x8 show at Art Galery Napa Valley

Join us April 27th from 5-9 pm as we celebrate Arts in April with a reception for our 8x8 show. Many of our talented artist loveingly created small 8x8 artworks for this special celebration. Wine and refreashments will be served.  Come mingle with our artists and feast on art with us this Friday!  



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HIDDEN TREASURES ART & GIFT SALE SAT. APRIL 7 AT 1520 BEHRENS STREET
2018-04-07


ARTS IN APRIL EVENT AT ART CENTER NAPA VALLEY

The Art Asssociation Napa Valley is participating in the county-wide Arts in April Celebration

and holding a special event: Hidden Treasures: A New & Different Art & Gift Sale!

Nine Art Association Members will present their "Hidden Treasures", that include 

Photography, Glass, Wood, Jewelry, Fiber Art, Paintings, Prints, Cards & More! 

Original Art for Every Budget! Saturday April 7, 2018 10-4 pm 1520 Behrens Street Napa 

 



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VINTAGE WEALTH MANAGEMENT EXHIBIT FEATURES TWO LOCAL MEMBERS
2018-01-31


Two local artists from Art Association Napa Valley have hung their work in the third floor hallways near Vintage Wealth Management in Napa. The pieces hang surprisingly well together, considering that Candace Lindell's subject matter is the farm, the country and domestic and wild animals; while Emily Freiman's twelve stretched canvas pieces are abstract expressionism in oils, and tuned into the tech stock world. 

Please stop by Vintage Wealth Management during the months of Febuary through June 2018, and let them know you find the exhibit intriguing. The office is located at at 700 Main Street, Suite 305. Vintge Wealth Advisors continue to be very supportive of local artists in Napa, and they deserve our thanks.

 



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SORRY WE MISSED YOU AT THE JAN 22ND AANV GENERAL MEETING, HERE IS A RECAP BY JAMES HILGENDORF
2018-01-22


Check out James Hilgendorf Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/NewDreamOfAmerica/posts/755715171286083

Yesterday, I spent two hours giving a talk and doing readings from one of my books, then holding an open discussion with the wonderful members of the Arts Association of Napa Valley.

Part of the conversation centered around the mood of divisiveness we are experiencing in America at this time. These were some of peoples’ comments:

– “It’s so easy to get caught up in taking sides. We’re divided in this country right now, especially politically, and I find that when I jump to one side, there’s a certain type of energy that gets generated, and I jump to the other side, and there’s a different kind of energy, and I know that that’s not the answer, that somewhere else is the answer. So I’ve been telling myself lately that no matter what’s going on, no matter how I feel about it, it’s better to try to find that middle way, and to try to not polarize my own mind about what’s going on. It helps somewhat, but it’s still a struggle.”

– “In a Sunday school class, when I was a teenager, we were asked what our tenets were, what did we live by, and I was roundly criticized for not using any of the Baptist rhetoric, but instead saying: live and let live. I think we could all benefit by remembering the word tolerance. I think there’s a great deal of comfort in being tolerant of all kinds of different viewpoints, being able to say we agree to disagree, rather than barking at each other and causing discord.”

– “I think in our school system we should have classes on compassion, a class on other beliefs and acceptance, and I think it should be part of the way our children are raised, because I don’t think people are getting it in their homes.”

– “Last year, I did an art project that was inspired by a sign that I saw right after the election. I was photographing vineyards right here in Napa and the sign had the word hate in it, and at this intersection it was just radiating this awfulness, and it stuck with me. I did my photograph and drove home. I started thinking about what would it would be like if instead of seeing hate, we saw a visual representation of love, kindness and compassion. So I started working on heart art. I got together people and we made quotations of love, kindness and compassion on all the trees aligning the street in downtown Calistoga. Then I did a project at St. Helena elementary school, and all the children were involved one way or another, they all had their names on little hearts that were on the garlands and arches, and they made great big collage hearts, and a good friend of mine who is a music teacher had them for their spring concert, all the songs had to do with friendship, kindness and compassion and love. And the children … That was how I spent last year… My vision was to see hearts stretching as far along Highway 29 and vineyards as possible.”

– “Learning how to listen, to friends and to people who are not friends. Don’t just jump out in somebody’s face because you don’t agree with them. We have to learn to listen, and then take what’s being given to us, and where do you stand at that point. We’re in a huge society, and we have to work together to make this a free country, and by jumping on everybody, it’s not going to happen.”

– “You’re reading about Emerson and Walt Whitman and the whole American enlightenment period of the 19th century, and it seems so strong, and then between 1917 and 1947, a hundred million people were killed by each other on this planet. How does one grasp that – that so many people can try to be enlightened and yet with the forces of politics around the world, or suspicion or whatever, a hundred million people turn on each other. It’s just staggering.”

– “Oftentimes, people are afraid to speak about their own spirituality or their hopes for the future. It seems very easy to throw out racist epithets. I mean, it’s so easy to spew negativity and sometimes so hard to talk about positive things. It’s almost as if there are boundaries you don’t want to go beyond to influence other people and yet that’s the message that you’re sending. Why is it so easy for some people to speak in such fear and hatred, but hard to speak of goodness?”

– “We want to be with like-minded people, it’s almost primal. Right now, I want to surround myself with loving, like-minded people. I feel like I fit in, I’m not zigging when everyone else is zagging. But that instinct also has a shadow side to it also. If you become too separate from everybody else, you need validation for that, so you turn against someone who is thinking differently about things. So our primal instincts of wanting everyone to validate who we are, it has two sides, it has a real big shadow side.”

 

 

 



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ART GALLERY NAPA VALLEY IS OPEN FOR BUSINESS EVERY DAY FROM 10-6 PM
2017-02-01


Art Gallery Napa Valley, 1307 First Street in downtown Napa is back open for business as of February 1st! We are open daily from 10-6 pm. 



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JANUARY 23RD GENERAL MEETING 1-3 PM
2017-01-01


The next General Meeting Will be AThe Funstorming Followup Session on January 23 from 1-3 pm.

The Art Association held a “ Funstorming Session” in October2016; the follow-up session will be in January. Attendees were given an opportunity to interact with the board, exchange information and ideas, and brainstorm on how to make the AANV a livelier and more active organization. The committee will work on setting priorities and strategize to put the ideas in place. If you attended in October, be sure not to miss this follow-up meeting.

Here is a list of results that the participating AANV members found of high interest or priority, that we placed in the following categories: 

Exhibition Opportuniteies for AANV members

Art Skills Development Direct - Indirect

Getting Artists together

Field Trips and Education

Art Creation

Gallery

Open Studios

General Meeting and Board

A large view of Art



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2016 BEST OF NAPA VALLEY VOTING
2016-11-18


2016 Best Of Napa Valley Voting

Vote and get your friends to vote for Art Gallery Napa Valley to be the best Art Collective and Art Gallery in Napa Valley by December 1st!

It will be great publicity and help drive people to our Gallery just in time for the holidays.

Click here:   Best of Napa Valley  



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UPCOMING FALL GENERAL MEETING HIGHLIGHTS
2016-07-18


JOIN US FOR OUR FALL ART ASSOCIATION GENERAL MEETINGS, ON THE FOURTH MONDAY OF THE MONTH, FROM 1-3 PM. HIGHLIGHTS OF THE UPCOMING EVENTS:

September 26: Rolando Barrero, Award Winning Watercolor artist. He has been active in participating competitive plein air paint outs and juried shows in Northern California. His passion has been painting street scenes, boats and harbors, and county fairs, capturing the light, atmosphere and essence of the place. As he loves life, in most of his works people and nature are incorporated, and being an Architect, the rarely obscure building elements that he thinks have aesthetic value. He believes that a good painting should tell a story. 

October 24: Honoring Frank Kerr for his years of dedication as Treasurer for NVAA, and we will present him with a token of our appreciation. 
Also: “MemberSpeak!” We are offering a brainstorming session for members.Now is the time for members to meet some of the people behind the organization. Members will be given an opportunity to offer feedback and give helpful input. We want to know what members would like to see; what can AANV be/do/ say/ teach/offer its members, that we are not doing now? What kinds of creative ideas do you have? How can we put the fun back into general meetings? What kinds of social activities would you like to see happen, under the umbrella of the organization? We also want to let you know what types of short term volunteer activities you can get involved in, as a member, and what we are seeking. We could be utilizing your innate natural talents; the AANV needs volunteers!  

November 28: Master plein air painter and instructor Tom Hughes will be back, to demonstrate portrait painting in oils. Tom, an Alameda artist, paints figures, portraits and landscapes in various media: oil, acrylic, watercolor and alkyd. He has had solo exhibitions at galleries in San Francisco, Lake Tahoe, the New England states, and France. His work has been featured in American Artist Watercolor magazine and Fine Art Connoisseur. Not to miss!
 



 



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AANV WINNERS AT THE NAPA COUNTY FAIR JULY 4TH, 2016
2016-07-04


Laurine Fuqua won first place for her watercolor painting, and Lis MacDonald won 2nd and 3rd place for her 2 paintings (Mauir Rooster and Sunflower Profusion). Both artists are active members of the Napa Valley Art Association.



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DEMONSTRATOR FOR MAY 2016 GENERAL MEETING IS CAROL DICK
2016-05-17


Demonstrator for May 2016 is Carol Dick

Carol, a delightful and fun artist, paints mainly in watercolors. She also works in pen and ink and does multi-media collage work. Subjects include birds, florals and landscapes. Artist Statement: " I paint, garden, volunteer at a songbird rescue clinic, bird walk with my husband, hike with him and other friends, read, gaze at the landscape, listen to jazz and annoy correspondents with my catalog sentences.  My website should give you a place to
sample my work and initiate contact if you would like to share observations or ask questions. I maintain a gallery display at the Art Gallery, Napa Valley. My blog records thoughts as I explore watercolor and learn how to mat and frame paintings:  www.garagepainting.wordpress.com. "
 

"Titling your work"

After my demo (or while we’re waiting for my watercolor washes to dry), let’s talk about the challenges of putting titles to our creations. Bring 1-3 works you either have trouble naming or for which you have a title you would like to share. If they are matted or framed, they can be displayed on easels as the group makes its suggestions. 

This is also the last month to compete in Artist of the Month before the Artist of the Year vote in June—another reason to bring your own artwork to the meeting. See you Monday the 23rd. 

Carol



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THE 2016 CONGRESSIONAL ART RECEPTION WILL BE AT ART GALLERY NAPA VALLEY APRIL 22ND FROM 5-7 PM
2016-04-19


Come congratulate local high school students as the compete to have thier work shown at the US Capitol for a year!

Art Gallery Napa Valley is located at 1307 First Street, downtown Napa, from 5-7 pm

Shown below, Congressman Mike Thhompson congratulating last years winner Viviana Garcia.



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SEEKING MEMBERS' THOUGHTS AND ART FOR MAY'S "PRISM" COLUMN. DEADLINE IS APRIL 26.
2016-04-18


SEEKING MEMBERS' THOUGHTS AND ART FOR MAY'S "PRISM" COLUMN. Deadline is April 26. 

"The Prism" is a new monthly column written by NVAA's current President, Emily Freiman. It's available in the Palette to current members, who are emailed a link to the Palette every month. (The Palette cameos the latest happenings in the world of NVAA and you, the Napa County artist.) 

Emily is seeking submissions and/or art from artist members who can address the monthly topic.

 Here is the topic for May:

"THE ARTISTIC MUSE": "Muse" can mean a person who is a source of artistic inspiration. Imagine how your personal artistic "muse" might be described, if it were a person or an entity. Provide details, and maybe a creative piece or a photo. Send to Emily via email: [email protected]. Your entry will be published in the May Palette!
Thanks,

Emily



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ENGAGE ART FAIR HAS EXTENDED THEIR APPLICATION DEADLINE TO MARCH 25TH! APPLY NOW!
2016-03-17


 

Applications have been reopened! Have any artist friends or craftspeople who want to ENGAGE? Share it! The window is now open until 3/25!

http://www.engageartfair.org



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RETURNING OPEN STUDIO ARTISTS, GET YOUR APPLICATION IN TODAY!
2016-03-14


IMPORTANT REMINDER: Application deadline for Returning artist deadline is TODAY March 14th at 6:30. Apply on line at:  ARTNV.org
Are you interested in participating in open studios but don’t have a studio to show in? The OS Steering committee has secured a multi-artist venue location in Calistoga. The venue is the Calistoga Art Center which has space for 10-12 artists. There is NO additional charge to show at this location. This venue has pegboard panels and tables available for your use but you may also bring your own display set ups. Space is available on a first come, first served basis. When completing your applications, please indicate “CAC” under the venue query section. 

For those who did not apply on line and wish to drop of their paper applications, images and payment, we will be accepting all on these designated dates, and times, at the Behrens Street Art Center.

If you have any questions, please contact Sheryl Marshall (707-225-5854)

 



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THE NEXT GENERAL MEETING IS MONDAY, MARCH 28, AT 1PM AT ART CENTER NV 1520 BEHRENS STREET, NAPA
2016-03-12


The Next General Meeting is Monday, March 28, at 1pm
at Art Center NV 1520 Behrens Street, Napa

Thank you members who volunteered to bring food to the meeting:

Terry Smith, Sherrell Harper, Sunshine Moeschler, Ann Nunziata,

Sandy Hansen, Betty Fraley, Greg West, and Shannon Ayer. 

             



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THE NEXT AANV GENERAL MEETING FEB. 22, 1-3:00PM GUEST SPEAKERS: PLEIN AIR FRANCE HOLIDAYS PAINTING INSTRUCTOR TOM HUGHES AND HOLIDAY DIRECTOR KATE KILBOURNE
2016-02-12


 

The Next AANV General Meeting
Feb. 22, 1-3:00pm 

Napa Valley Art Association's General Meeting 

Feb. 22nd at 1520 Behrens Street from 1-3 pm 

"An Exceptional Plein Air Painting Workshop in a Cave Village in France"

Hear Plein Air France Holidays painting instructor Tom Hughes and holiday director Kate Kilbourne describe what it is

like to participate in a painting workshop in a cave village in France.  Discover the magical troglodyte village of Trôo with a

slideshow of beautiful images from past workshops.  Perched above the river Loir in the northern Loire Valley, this remarkable

village features unique cave houses dug into the hillside that provide stunning views over the village, river and valley.  The base

for painting instruction is the Cave Yuccas heritage museum, and participants choose to stay in either an exotic cave B&B or a

charming village B&B.   For more information visit www.pleinairfrance.com

 



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ART IN THE LIBRARY - FEATURING JANICE PETERSON - RECEPTION: FEB 19 6-7:30 - SHOW DATES: FEBRUARY 1ST - 26TH, 2016
2016-02-03


Art in the Library

Each month the Napa Library exhibits art work by a different artist.

A reception is held each month. Guests are invited to meet the artist

and discuss his/her work. The Art in the Library program is a juried

competition with artists competing in various media.  This month one 

of our members Janice Peterson is the featured artist.

February 2016

Janice Peterson: Acrylics

Reception: Friday, February 19, 2015

Show: February 1st - 26th​

6:00 pm to 7:30 pm

"Stewart Ranch" © Janice Peterson

 

Janice Peterson’s creative spirit is sensitized to the changing elements around her. Her visual awareness

and desire to express them started with designing logos and business cards as a graphic artist in her

father’s print shop. She received an Associate degree in Studio Arts. She has had exhibitions in Northern California.

Janice's contact info:

 

JaniceArtist.com

Photobreach.com

[email protected]

 

 



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 CALLING ALL ARTISTS - 2016 OPEN STUDIOS KICK OFF MEETING! TONIGHT FEB 1ST AT 6:30
2016-02-01


 

Dear Artists,

It is that time once again!  We are holding our general meeting on Monday, February 1st at 6:30

at The Art Center 1520 Behrens Street in Napa.  Come join us to hear what the committee has planned for this year.  

There are definitely some changes.  One of the most exciting, I will share now and that is the application fee

has been REDUCED!!  In a time when everything seems to be costing us more, this year’s fee will be $50 LESS.   

So, please, mark your calendars to come join us to hear the rest of the planned changes for this year and pick up your application!

Thank You!

Sheryl Marshall Chairperson



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"ALL THAT BLOOMS" - PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBIT AT BLOOM HAIR DESIGN & ART GALLERY BY AANV MEMBER MAGGY WALTON
2016-01-29




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CALL TO ARTISTS - YOUNTVILLE ART, SIP & STROLL APRIL 16, 2016 11AM - 5PM
2016-01-22


CALL TO ARTISTS - Yountville Art, Sip & Stroll  April 16, 2016 11AM - 5PM 

The Yountville Arts Commission invites you to participate in the 4th Annual Art, Sip & Stroll, a celebration

of art in the heart of wine country. Throughout its four-year history, Art, Sip & Stroll has become the largest

annual art event in Yountville with over 3,000 visitors who come to enjoy the Yountville Public Art Walk and

juried art from artists all over the Bay Area and Northern California. For the 2016 event, the Commission

anticipates more than 5,000 visitors interested in fine art and high-end, three-dimensional craft artists. 
 

If you are a painter of oils, acrylics, watercolors, pastels or an artist of ceramic, art glass, metal, bronze,

photography, sculpture, jewelry or mixed media, please consider joining us by submitting your application

to ART, SIP, & STROLL and show off your talent in the charming village-like atmosphere of Yountville.

The entry fee is $150 per artist. This fee will cover the cost of a 10' x 10' peaked festival tent with no walls,

one six-foot table and two chairs for each booth. Booths will be located along Washington Street from North to

South. The planning committee will assign chosen artists to booth locations.
 

Artists are responsible for their own sales and retain 100% of their proceeds. Yountville Arts does not take a commission

on sales at this event. We encourage our artists to demonstrate their talents and use their booth not only to display their

works for sale, but also to set up a live expression of their talents by painting, drawing or sculpting live for the visitors.

This type of engagement has been shown to gain more attention and to encourage more sales. 
 

Yountville is located in the heart of Napa Valley and is known for its appreciation of many forms of

art including our destination hotels and our Michelin Star restaurants (French Laundry, Bottega, Bouchon,

Bistro Jeanty, Hurley's, Mustards and many more). Our bounty of wineries and tasting rooms

(Hope & Grace, Hill Family,Hestan, Girard, Jessup to name a few) will be pouring their artisan wines

along the festival paths throughout Town on the day of the event.
 

Yountville Arts promotes this event with ads in local papers and the SF Chronicle as well as rack card

distribution throughout the Bay Area and online marketing through Facebook. Visit Napa Valley, a

Valley-wide tourist promotional organization and Arts Council Napa Valley heavily promote the branded

Valley-wide 'Arts in April' events with sections in SF Chronicle, Sacramento, Napa-Sonoma Magazine and

digital outlets throughout the nation. 

Please submit your artwork through CaFE at www.callforentry.org. Applications will be accepted through February 16, 2016.

More information can be found at www.townofyountville.com/arts

Please accept my personal invitation to apply. We look forward to showing you Yountville's success and hospitality! 
Sincerely,

Kimberly Cook

Chair, Yountville Arts Commission

Town of Yountville
 



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KITCHEN'S IN THE VINEYARDS - LOOKING FOR AN ARTIST
2016-01-20


Sherrell Harper has received a request from Kitchens in the Vineyards

looking for an artist who is willing to volunteer to do pen and ink skethes

of eadch of the houses on the tour this year.   These sketches are then framed

(by KITV) and given to the homeowners as a thank you gift.  KITV will pay for all

artists materials.  Do you know anyone who could do this and would be willing?  

The tour is in April.   Send me your name if you are

interested and I will forward on...   or contact Kitches in the Vineyards direct...

Sherrell Harper 

Board of Directors, Napa Valley Art Association [email protected]

707-265-9050  or  707-334-1568 cell



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CALLING ALL ARTISTS FOR 2016 OPEN STUDIOS NAPA VALLEY - FEB. 1, 2016 6:30 PM MEETING
2016-01-15


CALLING ALL ARTISTS - Open Studios Napa Valley!

Our first meeting to discuss and apply to this year’s Open Studios will be held Feb. 1, 2016 at the Art Center (Behrens Street) at 6:30 pm.
 
We are hoping to have the OS part of the artnv.org website ready to allow artists to apply online. We will have some paper applications available as well.
 
You have to be a member of the AANV to participate in Open Studios.
 
We will discuss timelines, policy and procedure, prices and image requirements.
 
We also need volunteers to help the Steering committee. If you have computer, graphic design or writing skills we need you. We also need volunteers for catalog distribution later in the year.



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CALL TO ARTISTS FOR 2016-2017 - ART IN THE LIBRARY - (NAPA COUNTY MAIN LIBRARY)
2016-01-15


Call for Artists for the 2016-17 Art in the Library



As you may know, the Napa County library invites artists to apply to have their artwork displayed at the downtown Main Library in an open call.

We have officially opened our Call to Artists for 2016-2017 and are looking for applicants.

If you're interested, please view a copy of the call here or email Stephnia Pramuk for more information.

Thank you for your continued support. 



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AANV 2016 JANUARY PALETTE NEWSLETTER
2016-01-01


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ART CENTER NAPA VALLEY AVAILABLE TO RENT FOR YOUR WORKSHOP, CLASS OR EVENT!
2016-01-01


THE ART CENTER IS AVAILABLE FOR YOU!

Class instructors and artists

The Art Center Napa Valley at 1520 Behrens Street is available to rent for your workshop or class

at the low cost of $20 an hour with a three hour minimum. The Art Center offers theater seating for lectures or demos,

a large classroom with reflective movable mirror, tables and chairs, full spectrum fluorescent lighting,

heating/air conditioning, kitchen with sink/refrigerator, as well as plenty of parking on the street and behind the building.

We offer pegboard to hang your art for Open Studio or other shows. Plan in advance. Whether it’s drawing, painting,

belly dancing or a lecture, put your creative class or workshop on our online event calendar today.

Call Nick Cann for complete information at 707-265-0405, or email [email protected] 



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