Pioneer Arts presents its 30th annual spring show
April 15, 2013
The Pioneer Arts Club of Grass Valley is presenting its 30th annual Spring Membership Show from April 9 -28 at the Center for the Arts in Grass Valley. This exhibition provides an opportunity for western Nevada County residents to see exciting, original works of fine art and photography by talented local artists. Winning artists will be recognized for Best of Show, theme: Nevada County Dreamin', and first, second and third places for oil, acrylic, watercolor, pastel, 3-D/sculpture, mixed media and photography/computer art. The club is pleased to have local artist and art educator, Howard Levine, as their judge. Levine is a printmaker, painter, sculptor and fine arts instructor at Sierra College. Since 1975, he has worked at his printmaking studio at the Swan Levine House in Grass Valley. The studio facilitates a number of processes including classic stone, linoleum prints, and collagraph, monotype, etching, engraving, and related intaglio.
Pioneer Arts Club, Inc is one of the oldest arts organizations in Nevada County founded in 1965. They are a nonprofit association that promotes the visual arts in the community by providing art exhibitions, student scholarships and art in local businesses. Guest speakers at their monthly meetings provide demonstrations that help members improve their skills as artists. Club activities are designed to inspire and encourage members and guests in their artistic pursuits. All local artists, photographers and art lovers are invited to join this dynamic arts organization. For more information, check out their website at http://www.pioneerartsclub.com or contact Membership Chairman, Katie Wolff at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 530-477-7680.
The Center is located at 314 W. Main St. in Grass Valley.
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