What's New & Noteworthy
PINE SHORES ART 
A S S O C I A T I O N


Message from the President
Nancy Edwards
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​On the Calendar
Art Show - 2018


**** Photography Show ****


Meetings

NEXT MEMBERS' MEETING
Monday, October 1st from 7pm
followed by Kim Cesaretti's Acrylic demo

NEXT BOARD MEETING
Wednesday, October 3rd, 9am, at PSAA
Followed by DYOT (Do Your Own Thing), from 10am to 2:30pm
and Artists Helping Artists at 2:30pm

'POP' MEETING
Our Pineshores Outreach Program
See Special Events

For more details on how to apply for art shows, go to the Forms page or click here.
For lecture signup, click here.

TD Bank Affinity Program

Portrait Class Models

FOR CANCELLATIONS DUE TO SEVERE WEATHER
LISTEN TO WOBM FM 92.7 OR VISIT wobm.com /closings 


UPCOMING & RECENT DEMOS
(click on the blue​ title link to see highlights of that demo)   

                                                       



                           
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Kim Cesaretti
Tom Rutledge
Glenys Baulderstone
Ellen Gavin
Tom Rutledge
Pat Morgan
Nancy Edwards
Tom Rutledge
Renee Leopardi
June Merrifield
Bob Heyer
Tom Rutledge
Glenys Baulderstone
Ellen Gavin
Al Stietzel
Pat Morgan





10/01/18
09/10/18
08/06/18
07/09/18
06/04/18
05/07/18
04/02/18
03/05/18
02/05/18
canceled
11/06/17
10/02/17
09/11/17
08/07/17
07/10/17
06/05/17











VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES​


Attention Members!

If you are interested in getting more involved 
with your Pine Shores organization, 
now is your chance to work more closely with 
the volunteers who serve on the board and committees.
(While we understand that PSAA jobs need to get done, please 
try to schedule your tasks during a time when classes are not in session. 
Try to schedule mat cutting, office duties, etc. for quiet times 
at 94 Stafford when possible. Thank you.)

We need someone to pick up the mail at the Post Office 
(we will provide a key and the box information) twice a week and drop it 
in the mailbox on the building at 94 Stafford. 
Contact Paul Hartelius at 609-549-6833

Maintenance team - needs someone to step in. 
Ed will help out but he needs someone to step in as the main guy.

Communications team needs folks who can post things to Facebook, send releases and class information to various locations online, and create posters and ads for various PSAA events. If you are good with Word or Publisher (any publishing programs) we can use your assistance.

Education needs someone to make up Word flyers for classes to post on the bulletin board. These would also be sent digitally for online posting. 
Takes maybe an hour for 5 or 6 classes a month.
Education also needs additional help in making announcements at meetings, 
acting as secretary for the Education meetings 
(3rd Wednesdays, in the morning usually)

Treasury needs an assistant who knows accounting programs 
and can help with record keeping

This is your organization and we need you all to help keep it going, so please, if you can help out, we would love to have you on our teams.

We are looking for a member to act as 
Education Chair

We need a volunteer to take on Membership duties.  
The Membership responsibility needs someone who can work the Active system.
Training available

Grant Writer Committee Chairperson

Gallery Maintenance Committee Storeroom Coordinator, 
and a Public Relations Press-Release Writer
Contact Paul Hartelius at 609 549-6833

Stafford Library Assistant. Ilomay Pedicini is seeking a member 
to help her arrange the quarterly art history lectures.
Contact number: 609-693-9351

“POP” program. We need at least two more “POP” program volunteers to
help occasionally with taking art projects to local assisted living facilities. 
Contact Linda Saladino at 609-660-8062

Position details will be posted on the bulletin board.

 Contact us by phone, e-mail or snail mail, or in person during 
an open session or after board meeting. 
This is your organization and we need you all to help keep it going, 
so please, if you can help out, we would love to have you on our teams.


HELP WANTED

Pine Shore Art's 2018 adult class schedules are now available in print at the PSAA Gallery. Or click Weekend and Evening Schedule and the Weekday schedule to print out from this website. There are a number of additions, changes and fee corrections since the last version.

Please review our NEW sign-up and refund policy before you sign up for classes.
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Remember to renew your membership. 
The dues for 2018 are $30 for single or $45 for couples. Click here for a renewal form.  When you renew, please let us know if your contact information has changed. 
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Monday night Portraits... The next portraiture session is scheduled for 
September 24th, 7pm-9pm. 

ART CHAT - Nancy Glines - The next Art Chat will be on Thursday, October 4th at 10am at the Tuckerton Library. I've finally begun painting again, so I have something new to share!  I hope you will be able to come and that you'll bring Art (old or new) to share and discuss.
    Many thanks to the Tuckerton Library for making us feel so welcome. And thank you too to those who are spreading the word about the Art Chat. It's continuing to grow into a very enjoyable and worthwhile experience for those interested in sharing their knowledge and love of Art.
   The Tuckerton Branch Library is located at 380 Bay Avenue, in Tuckerton.  We will use the room on the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of each month and start at 10am when the Library opens to the public. 
    Check the "Pine Shores Art" page on Facebook for any last minute changes or cancellations. Or, check at theoceancountylibrary.org for library closings or other pertinent information.

 - Nancy Glines

Classes in September and October
Call 609-488-5838, Jeanne Easton, Pine Shores Art Association registrar, to register for classes​.
ALSO, PLEASE NOTE THIS EMAIL ADDRESS TO REGISTER: PSAAregistrar@gmail.com 

In September, see our  PHOTOGRAPHY ShowClick here for more information.

Also, Beach Haven Municipal is showing over 75 works of art in its new facility. 
Most of the art is by our Pine Shores Artists. Through September and October.

The very experienced instructors at Pine Shores Art can help you to obtain or improve the skills you need to get started. Read about them on the About Our Instructors page.

Artists Helping Artists meet on Wednesdays, 2:30pm-4:30pm (except the last Wednesday of the month). No fee. We'll see you on Wednesday, October 3rd.

Click here for the list of Fall classes and workshops.  
Need a class registration form? Go here to print one out.

Check out the many entries from our previous shows...
The Painted Poetry Show... follow the link here to see last year's entries.
The Art Patron Show... to see last year's entries - click here.
For a sampling of last year's entries in the Black & White Show, click this link
For last year's Photography/Digital Show entries, click here.
The Portrait Show... click here to see the 2016 entries.
The Fall Art Harvest Show... to see last Fall's entries - click here .

...and a few demos from our professional instructors...

Navigate to the Demos page to see excerpts of various media by our instructors:
Check out scenes from Gallery Director, Tom Rutledge's Watercolor demo
"From-baby-to-senior" transformation by Danny Ng in Acrylic
Watercolor demo on Yupo paper by Lisa Budd
Highlights of the Charcoal demo by Tom Rutledge
The Sumi-e (Japanese) demo by Glenys Baulderstone
Janet Rogers' Watercolor demo

The next demo - by Kim Cesaretti on Acrylic is scheduled for October 1st. 
See the Demonstrations section above for recent 2017 Demos and Demos planned this year.




Also Noteworthy...
To enlarge or print out the September calendar, click here.




2018 Photography Show 

Now on display at Pine Shores Art ...
featuring terrific photographs by our members

See our members best photos

Through the month of September
Demonstrations

THIS  MONTH'S  CALENDAR  OF  EVENTS
'Artistically Speaking', the monthly newsletter of Pine Shores Art pictured on the left, is now available on line.  Click here to enlarge or print it out.

Previous editions:

August 2018

July 2018

June 2018


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.

Acrylic
Charcoal
Sumi-e
Oil Painting
Pen & Ink
Watercolor Floral
Watercolor
Gouache: Sunlight & Shadow
Pastel
Watercolor
Watercolor 
Charcoal                                      
Sumi-eBrush Strokes                
Oil                                                
Woodcut Miniature Houses
Watercolor: Florals