Board of Directors 
and Officers
P I N E   S H O R E S   A R T   A S S O C I A T I O N
Swearing In scene from the first PSAA Board Meeting in 2018. Meetings are held the first Wednesday of every month unless otherwise designated. Members are invited to observe.  Only board members may participate.
Photo by Jill DeFelice
PSAA Board Meeting
SCENES FROM THE FIRST MEETING IN 2018
Contact Pine Shores Art Association or come visit us

94 Stafford Avenue PO Box 886
Manahawkin, New Jersey 08050
609-597-3557
email: pineshoresart@gmail.com

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Pine Shores Art Association is equipped for the hearing impaired and is wheelchair accessible. Special assistance/accommodation available upon request.
The gallery is open to the public on Sundays, 1pm to 3pm and Wednesdays, 10am to 2:30pm. Admission is free.  

DYOT begins at noon on last Wednesdays for Gallery hangings and will be cancelled for all show hangings or if a trip or workshop is scheduled. For information contact Tom Rutledge, Gallery Director, at 609-294-0756.

Leslie Williams is our Hospitality Chairperson. Contact her at 908-947-5859
if you need help.

SUNSHINE : Please contact Willy Mueller at 609-698-5311 if you know of any member who is ill, hospitalized, or has suffered the loss of a close family member. 
Contacting PSAA

PINE SHORES ART 
A S S O C I A T I O N

Executive Board Meetings 

The next Board Meeting is 
Wednesday, October 3rd, at 9am at PSAA

DYOT (Do Your Own Thing) at PSAA, from 10am to 2:30pm
Artists Helping Artists follows DYOT at 2:30

Outgoing President Kathy Crocker was unable to attend the Board Meeting on January 10th, so Past President Paul Hartelius presided over the ceremony. Officers (left to right) included Peggy Mahan, Treasurer; Kim Cesaretti, Vice President; Nancy Edwards, President; and Mike Amato, Secretary. The position of Trustee At Large was vacant for the month of January.  Candidate Linda Saladino was elected by the general membership at the monthly meeting held on Monday evening, February 5th. 
FOR A LIST OF WHO'S WHO AT PSAA INCLUDING THE MEMBER VOLUNTEERS WHO WORK BEHIND THE SCENES, CLICK HERE.
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August 2018 Message from the President 

Message from President
Nancy Edwards
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I want to personally thank the members that are beginning to step up and help with some of the responsibilities to keep PSAA running. We are still in need of an Education Chair and various officer roles will become available at the end of this year. Our Registrar and Newsletter Chair positions have been filled. Committees are beginning to meet, to distribute mini jobs to members. The Education Committee did meet and there was a lot of enthusiasm!  

There will be meetings coming up for members who would like to serve on the Membership and Publicity/Newsletter Committee. These details to follow!  

Thank You very much members for knowing the importance of volunteering! Have a great, sunny summer!
Like a Poet or Writer, artists tell a story through their work…but without words.  Think about… What story are you trying to tell?  Did you experiment with various color combinations?  Did you do value studies to then decide
which one would best support your work?  What time of day is it?  What shapes/textures do you want to portray? What kinds of edges will best represent your topic?  Did you think about the various principles of design and elements of art?  

As an instructor, I often see students so excited about getting started they forget to think through these valuable 
initial steps which will best tell their art story. Slow down…put your brush down… be patient… and think through the process. In the end, you will save yourself a lot of time and create your best work. 

PSAA artists who are serious about improving their skills are patient… they plan and practice. These artists incorporate new techniques and products into their art. They take chances and are often very surprised by the impact it makes. So while taking a class…experiment…make mistakes…challenge yourself…and continue to grow as an artist! The alternative… stay within the safety net of what you already know.