Friday, December 8, 2017

Day1961: What did I do Wednesday night instead of Jeopardy?






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What did I do Wednesday night instead of Jeopardy?



photos by Dan Kee

I had a lot of fun!



 
photo by Dan Kee


at the Huntington Beach Art League Holiday Meeting & Demo.










HBAL President/ Artist Gary Sohl welcomed the festive group!



photos by Dan Kee


My first job was to judge the art entries in 8 divisions ...
not an easy task! So much talent.
Jane Ice, HBAL Programs Chairman guided me through.


 
Masters Ribbons: Tony Podue, Carmen Leslie, Eileen McCullough, Susan Oliveri Frank Oliveri, photo by Dan Kee


Blue Ribbons: Eileen Clary (Mixed Media), Nancy Anderson (Pastel/Drawing), Marj Lightle (Oil/Acrylic), Jo Ann Rossi (Watercolor)and Rich Boyd (Photography) photo by Dan Kee

Rhonda Jones was awarded December Best of Show, photo by Dan Kee



photos by Dan Kee
 
I had a small display of "goodies".





From a table on stage, I asked the crowd to wave. Some did.




photos by Dan Kee

With overhead projection, thanks to HBAL's Tony Podue, 
I was able to work & talk, a lot!
Above I extolled the virtues of "junk mail!"


photos by Dan Kee


My goal was to select two or three brave souls 
from the crowd to draw, water color & collage.
I chose Maggie, Kay & Floyd in the front row.


Kay in progress, photos by Dan Kee


 I warned them early on, I am neither a portraitist, 
caricaturist or even a water-colorist.


photos by Nancy Phillips


But, they were very patient and kind.


photos by Nancy Phillips
At the end of the evening, it was time for the HBAL raffle.

photos by Dan Kee


One of the jobs of the demonstrator, is to donate art 
for the HBAL scholarship raffle fund.
Carmen Leslie chose this 12 x 12" mixed-media canvas. 






I missed Jeopardy, but it was worth it.










A smile for Friday ...








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