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October 9 - Member Sharing: Our Best or Worst

To inspire and motivate us to get to work, let's share our successes and failures this month. Please bring ONE piece of your art that you are very happy with, and tell us why you are pleased with it. Or, conversely, bring ONE that you are unhappy with. Tell us why you are unhappy with it, and what you wish you had done differently. Or you could ask for suggestions that would have improved it.


We will meet at our usual time and place, Waco Charter School, 615 N 25th Street, 1:30 for refreshments and conversation, 2:00 for the meeting and program, which this month is you! Bring friends if you like, but one of your artworks for sure.

October 9 - Member Art Sharing

The Art Guild met at the Waco Charter School. Not many braved the rain to attend, and Business meeting was short. We did have a discussion about the location of our Christmas Party and also about officers for the next year.

Charleen turned the meeting over to Nancy and we started our Sharing.

Charleen brought a pink/lavender floral with a bright pink border, from her living room. She said it brightens up the whole room.

Pat brought a country scene done with a pallet knife, which was very nice.

Nancy showed a small painting of a special place to her, a campground. It looked inviting. Unfortunately, no photo was taken of it.

Christine brought a very lifelike painting of her daughter, sitting on a couch, playing a guitar. There was a lot of good sharing and enjoying of each other's works. No one brought a "worst" painting to request help for improvement.







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