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An Organization of Fine Artists
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"The purpose of the Greeley Art Association shall be to open
communication among artists, to promote and encourage
increased involvement in the arts through education,
to share knowledge, to cooperate in promoting our mutual
understanding and appreciation of the arts, and-for those so motivated--to
foster the betterment of our art and its marketability."
The annual Art From the Heart Show
Was a Huge Success !
Review by Judy Sprague
"Over 100 people attended
the gala Reception for Greeley Art
Association's 9th Annual Art from the
Heart Show and Sale held at Mari
Michener Art Gallery, Michener Library,
at the University of Northern Colorado
March 8, 2013. Colette Pitcher, Art
Coordinator for the Gallery, along with
with Kalen May, University Library
Administrator, set up a beautiful table
of delicious foods provided by the
Friends of the UNC Libraries. Awards
were presented by Juror, Diane Edwards,
to 31 outstanding artists. She stated
that it was difficult to determine the
winners among so many very beautiful
pieces of art. The Reception could not
have been so successful without the help
of so many of the wonderful members of
the Greeley Art Association. Joe Beakey
has provided photos of the artists and
their award winning art."
Click here to view the winners
and their art !!
The NGAE was a success in 2012!
NGAE Entries are now juried for 2013! It's going to be a
wonderful show again this year.
Announcement: The show has
been moved from District 6 to City Hall.
For additional information, you can email
The National Greeley Art Exhibition!
Our Juror for the National Greeley Art
Exhibition will be Scott Freeman
by Scott Freeman
"Calm Before the Storm"
by Scott Freeman
Scott attended art college at the Kansas
City Art Institute, in Kansas City, Missouri. He received his
Bachelor of Fine Art
Degree in 1982 with a major in Painting/Printmaking. In 1984 he married
Mollie Walker, and, with the arrival of their first child, felt he
needed to make a transition from
fine art to commercial illustration. His varied career has
included 2 years teaching at a small, private
school; 3 ½ years as a designer/glass painter at a stained
glass studio in Kansas City; 3 years running his
own illustration studio; and nearly 10 years at Hallmark Cards,
Inc. in Kansas City, working as an artist/designer.
What interests Scott,
as an artist, is the intersection where two opposing ends of a spectrum
meet and exist in dynamic tension: the
place where representational and abstract; naive and sophisticated;
rational and intuitive; figure and symbol; populist and elitist; and
physical and spiritual converge. His studio
paintings are an attempt to balance, harmonize, and unify these
disparate elements in a way that satisfies his aesthetic sense on a
This Month, The Greeley Art Association is featuring Marcy
"Photographing Your Art for Digital Submission"
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