WE ARE HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE
THAT INSTEAD OF OUR USUAL JUNE MEETING
AT THE CLEMENTS CENTER,
OUR JUNE MEETING WILL INSTEAD BE:
THE MAG 2019 MEMBER SHOW
RECEPTION AND AWARDS CEREMONY
AT LAKEWOOD ARTS
6731 W. COLFAX AVE.
(next to Casa Bonita)
PLEASE PLAN TO ATTEND OUR PUBLIC RECEPTION ON WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5, 2019 @ 6:00 PM
AWARDS CEREMONY @ 7:00 PM
Here are the winners of the 2019 MAG Member Show:
Thanks to our Juror Gene Youngmann!
Barbara Tobiska Best of Show Award: Susan Gordon - Drama Queen
First Place: Chuck Danford - "Want to Share?"
Second Place: Lynne Lloyd - Indian Peaks
Third Place: Carla Stoltzfus - Koi
Merit Award (Inspire Arts Week Merit Award): Stacey Roberts - Passage to Paradise
Merit Award: Norm Ziegler - Moonlight Sonata
Merit Award: Charlie Casper - Nude
MAG’s Awards Ceremony & Public Reception at Lakewood Arts
Weds., June 5, 2019 – 6:00-8:00 pm
Awards @ 7:00 pm
Lakewood Arts will also be having their usual First Friday Celebration
and Reception -- Friday, June 7th 5:30-8:00 pm
Please plan to attend both public receptions/celebrations!!
Bring your friends and family, meet the artist and enjoy some refreshments!
Please feel free to bring friends and family to meet the artists
and enjoy some refreshments!!
You are welcome to attend one of our meetings; meet our members while sampling refreshments and enjoy the demonstration and artist display.
Meetings are held the first Wednesday of each month
(excepting July, August & December)
Clements Community Center
located at 1580 Yarrow St.
in Lakewood, Colorado
(See Map at Bottom of Page)
Our monthly Award Winning Program Artists vary in style and medium.
It promises to be fun and informative, please plan to attend!!
We love guests and meeting new people.
Please join us!!
ART COMMUNICATES WITH A SILENT VOICE.
Random Acts of Paint™ –
Painted with Credit Cards™ by Martin Lambuth.
Martin will be doing a demo on portraits with his special technique.
Martin Lambuth’s paintings are about more than the subject matter. It’s about nostalgia, history, and the stories they inspire. Martin has a unique style. Although he paints with traditional tools, such as brushes or palette knives, he is becoming known for exploring a new method of painting primarily with plastic cards (credit cards, room keys, gift cards). This technique invites unique finishes and textures. He calls this style, “Random Acts of Paint”, as the exact result of a “brushstroke” is unknown. He has an idea what will happen, but the results can be unpredictable. A particular stroke doesn’t happen on demand, nor can it be duplicated. He calls it a blend of concerted effort and happy accidents. It's similar to painting with a palette knife, but the end results closer resemble brushwork. His paintings invoke a sense of realism when viewed at a distance, but up close the viewer can relish in the abstracted interplay of loose textures buried in layers of rich color. An award-winning artist, Martin has been juried into a variety of local, regional, and national art shows in Colorado, Wyoming, Arizona, Texas, California, Idaho, and Montana. His work in permanent corporate collections includes JAMS Denver, Three Tree Capital, Cheyenne Depot Museum, Kaiser Permanente, and the Children’s Hospital in both Denver and Parker.