INVITATION TO AN INSPIRING WORKSHOP

Lightbulb in the dawn light being held in a hand

Free Inspiration Workshop May 29, 2021 at 2pm PST

MEMBERS: Join us for a free live online workshop (via Zoom)

We could all use a little inspiration, especially after the year we have all had.

In this lead up to the Pajaro Valley Art Council exhibit “Reflections” we have assembled a wonderful panel of artists to talk about what inspires them and the stories behind their work.

Please join us for a lively Zoom discussion of back-stories, miscues, ideas, process and stimulus.

Helping us on our journey of reflection will be Lynda Watson, Angela Gleason, Helene Daniels, Susan Shallenberger, Ron Baldwin, among others.

Date: Saturday, May 29, 2021
Time: 2:00 pm PST
Free to members
Check your email for the Zoom link

Winter Party & Artist Talk Lynda Watson – Feb 10, 2013

Lynda Watson

The MBMAG Winter Party, featuring a special presentation Lynda Watson on her trip to China is on Sunday, February 10, 2013 in the meeting room of The Haute Enchilada restaurant in Moss Landing.
The Haute Enchilada
7902 Moss Landing Road
Moss Landing, CA 95039
831-633-5843

THE DAY’S SCHEDULE OF EVENTS INCLUDES:
A POTLUCK

A MEMBERSHIP MEETING
LYNDA WATSON’S PRESENTATION

A POTLUCK
Bring a tasty dish to share.  Also, everyone is encouraged to bring one of your latest metal creations to share

A MEMBERSHIP MEETING

AGENDA (proposed)

  • Welcome & introductions (Board & Kim Solana)
  • Treasurer’s report
  • Approve Minutes
  • Guest Artist
  • Exhibitions
  • Website
  • Committees review (volunteers)
  • Newsletter
  • Membership
  • Future ideas for MBMAG
  • Adjourn

3:30 LYNDA WATSON’S PRESENTATION on her TRIP to CHINA

Featured Artist Lynda Watson will give a talk and slide presentation on her recent trip to China.   It was an amazing experience and you will enjoy seeing metal art.

“After a trip to Southeastern China in 2008, Mary Hu was invited the Chinese government to bring 10 professional metalsmiths/jewelers to China for the purpose of observing, advising, and showing work to students and faculty at Chinese University metals programs. 

We were also there to study Maio jewelry and costume in its original, indigenous form and as it was being produced for export as tourist goods. I will show images of the artisans making both fine silver and nickel silver traditional jewelry as well as photos of museum pieces and where the Miao live and work.”  -Lynda

DON’T MISS A SINGLE MOMENT!

Thank you to Kim Solana for graciously making the room available for MBMAG on this auspicious day – Chinese New Year.