Bruening's Work Featured at September Show
The Artists League of the Sandhills is getting ready for the new fall art season with several new classes and activities.
One change to this fall's schedule is that the Wednesday night life drawing and painting sessions have been moved to Thursday nights, starting Sept. 15. Betty DiBartolomeo hosts this weekly three-hour studio session that is open to League members at a nominal fee.
Nationally known artist Tom Edgerton, of Greensboro, will host two critique sessions of League members' artwork on Friday, Oct. 14. Space is limited, and registration is on a first come, first served basis.
Fall instructors include Harry Neely, Diane Kraudelt, Betty DiBartolomeo, JJ Love, Irene Dobson, Jean Brylowe, June Rollins, Joan Williams and a new addition to staff, Loretta Moskal.
Moskal will be offering a new class for the League on Chinese brush painting using both traditional tools and concepts.
The above artists are offering classes in oil, acrylic, watercolor and drawing throughout the months of September and October.
The Exchange Street Gallery will also be full this fall with three brand new exhibits.
In September, "From My Perspective," a solo exhibit featuring the oil paintings of Linda Bruening, will be featured. A reception will be held Saturday evening, Sept. 3, from 5 to 7 p.m.
October brings a dual exhibit featuring Karen Walker and Tommy McDonell. Their ink, acrylic and oil artworks will be featured in "Escapes: City and Country Landscapes."
Then in November and December, the annual members' art show will fill three rooms of the League.
For further information and to register for classes, call the League at (910) 944-3979 or view the website at www.artistleague.org.
The Artists League of the Sandhills, a nonprofit -organization dedicated to community education in the visual arts, and its Exchange Street Gallery are located at 129 Exchange St. in Aberdeen.
More like this story