PO Box 2249
Overton Nevada 89040
Business Meeting September 5th
The next monthly business meeting will be held on September 5, 2013 at 10 a.m. in the Art Room of the Old Logandale School (OLSHACS). There are no business meetings held in June, July, and August.
Catherine Ellerton Wins PomFest Poster Art Contest
Catherine Ellerton, well known in the valley for the excellent writing and photography she does for the Moapa Valley Progress, is the winner of the 2013 Pomegranate Festival Poster Art Contest. She won with two photographs: one of a pomegranate, the other of the beautiful blossom that is the first stage of making a fruit. Both of these photographs are being used in the 2013 Pomegranate Art Festival Poster. Watch for these bright and happy images when the poster comes out.
Gab 'n Dab to Continue Through Summer
MVAG weekly informal painting/drawing sessions (known as Gab 'n Dab) will continue on Thursday mornings from 10 - 12 in the Art Room at the Old Logandale School in Logandale (OLSHACS). Non-members are welcome to come check us out at one of these sessions.
MVAG Artist's Work Featured in Parade of Homes
This spectacular painting by MVAG Member Janet Trobough was purchased to be displayed in a “Parade of Homes” venue in St. George in February. It was subsequently featured in television and newspaper publicity for the event. Janet is known for the bold and luminous colors in her work, and this cactus painting in its large 40” x 60” format is an example of her exceptional artistic talents. Congratulations to Janet!
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PO Box 2249
Overton NV 89040
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College Scholarships in the Arts
Click on Scholarships above to see write-ups and photos or the 2013
MVAG College Scholarship winners recently choosen.
What is the MVAG?
The MVAG is a non-profit organization of artists, craftspeople, and people who support the visual arts, working together for over 50 years.
Our non-profit status is recognized at both the federal and state levels.
|Secretary Treasurer||Aimee Potts|
|Pom Festival Registrar||Bonnie Koopman|