President’s message…

Hello everyone,
I am honored to be your president for the Summerville Artist Guild. I’d like to thank our Governing Board Members past and present, for volunteering their time and efforts to make this guild the best it can be.

We have a lot of things planned to make this fiscal year. It’s sure to be an interesting and busy one for our guild members. So thank you to everyone for renewing your memberships and welcome to all our first time members. We look forward to many good times together. We are glad you’ve decided to be a part of our guild.

We will not have a Summerville Artist Guild Members Meeting in November 2019 due to our 43rd Annual Judged Exhibition that will be at the North Charleston City Gallery. For those of you whose artwork was juried into our Summerville Artist Guild 43rd Annual Judged Exhibition “Dreams and Meditations” which takes place in November, Congrats! Friday, Nov. 1, 2019 will be the day to drop off and hang all the artwork. Please look for more information to come from our Exhibitions and Shows team.

Peggy Howe is scheduled to have her Pastel, Charcoal, Conte workshop on Saturday, Oct. 26, 2019.
 
Dee Beard Dean has rescheduled to do a demonstration for our guild in September 2020.

Our Holiday Party will be on Thursday, Dec. 5, 2019 at the Stallsville United Methodist Church. Rob Maniscalco is scheduled to be our demonstrator.

About our website: If you are coming across sites that look like they have Asian writing on them when you go to pull up our website, please check to see that you typed in http://summervilleartistguild.org. If you see that it comes up with .com, please change it to .org. Also, if you have a handbook and it gives the .com address for the website, please change it to .org. That way when you go to use it, you will be all set.

Oct. 3 at our Summerville Artist Guild Members Meeting I was reminded of why we enjoy this guild so much. It was an interesting night. The Social event and food was great. We laughed; we joked; and we enjoyed each other’s company. Thank you to all that were there.

For the Love of Art,
Jan Kelley