What Are SILA Members Doing? Giovannina Colalillo Will Be Exhibiting at Tapestry of Art and Music May 27, 2023
Headwaters Arts presents “Tapestry of Art and Music”, a FREE, musically themed, art show & sale fundraising event on Saturday, May 27th, 2023 from 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm at the Alton Mill Arts Centre. The afternoon festivities are all happening in the outdoor arts space, under the tented roof over the Annex and feature a performance by the Achill Choral Society The unveiling of a Mosaic Tapestry, showcasing original art created by Ontario artists' masterpieces for sale/purchase 6” x 6”at $40...
Jerry W. McDaniel Life Celebration
Jerry W. McDaniel (September 9, 1935 - March 9, 2023) On March 9th, 2023, Jerry W. McDaniel passed away at his home in Los Angeles after many months of suffering. Jerry is leaving behind his son Teja Dion McDaniel, two grandsons, Tristan and Liam, and his art-partner for 15+ years, Ileana Costea. Jerry was born and grew up in Ohio (Union Furnace, Athens, and Logan). He worked in NYC for 45 years after which he moved to Los Angeles, CA. He had studios in NYC; Stanford, CT; Los Angeles, CA;...
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What Are SILA Members Doing? Giovannina Colalillo Is In an Exhibition at King Heritage & Cultural Centre
I am honoured to be included in the 2nd annual art show "Stereotype Smash" in recognition of International Women's Day. Featuring Giovannina's work and the work of 39 other Canadian women artists Running until Saturday, March 18, 2023 King Heritage & Cultural Centre 2920 King Rd., King City, ON Canada 905-833-2331 email@example.com
What Are SILA Members Doing? SILA’s Air Force Chair, Ben Bensen had been invited to the 75th Anniversary of the United States Air Force
Ben Bensen reported that he and his wife, Therese, had been invited as SILA/ AFAPO members to participate in the 75th Anniversary of the United States Air Force. Here are a couple of Ben's links for the American Society of Aviation Artists/ Air Force Art Program and some of his Air Force art... https://www.facebook.com/Gumboben/videos/1348097222665288 https://www.af.mil/About-Us/AF-75th-Anniversary/ ©2022 Ben Bensen, no use allowed without permission of artist.
What Are SILA Members Doing? David Stewart Klein Is Premiering His 4th Solo Exhibit
David Stewart Klein has continued to build his body of work in order to express both his humanity and the humanity of others through his portraiture and scenes of people through a fantastical yet grounded visual sensibility. In his fourth solo exhibition: “They Look Back”, Klein once again challenges our humanity by not only exposing himself through his characters but our sense of comfort and hope in a life that is continually challenging and uncertain for everyone in their own unique way....
What Are SILA Members Doing? Giovannina Colalillo Is In An Exhibition
https://www.kingheritageandculture.ca/whats-on/events/1st-annual-international-womens-day-art-show “I am honored to be included in the 1st annual International Women's Day Art Show, with over 20 other Canadian women. You are invited to come join me.” Opening night March 8, 7-9pm East Museum**, 2920 King Rd, King City, ON, L7B 1L6 Show on from March 5-April 16, 2022 **Now being held in East Museum, not Laskay Hall
What Are SILA Members Doing? Rick Sealock’s book, A Brush With Death, was the Book Illustration Winner for the 2021 Alberta Book Publishing Awards
Written by Rick Sealock and Christina Vester. Frontenac House, 2020 A BRUSH WITH DEPTH - The Art of Rick Sealock 256 pages, 350 plus illustrations, $35 Cdn. Published by Frontenac House www.frontenachouse.com Rick Sealock has been creating wild and wacky illustrations for clients as varied as Rolling Stone, Texas Monthly, The Washington Post, Natural Health Magazine, and GQ Magazine. His work has been used to skewer politicians, fitness fanatics, and death. This book, while a retrospective of...
What Are SILA Members Doing? Jerry W. McDaniel’s Story was in the Logan Daily News
Jerry W. McDaniel was attending Logan High School in the early 1950s, he was by his own admission a less than outstanding student. “I was never there,” McDaniel frankly told The Logan Daily News. “I would be there on time for classes and then I disappeared. I was always cutting classes, for I had to work part time to support myself and my sister, Janice.” McDaniel, now 85 years old and living in California, did take an interest in sports as a student, and also served proudly as the drum major...