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Minutes from the Delaware Artist Guild Meeting on March 26, 2018

This month’s meeting was held at the Delaware Public Library.  President Sharon Gayhart opened the meeting at 7:30 with welcome to members and guests.  The monthly minutes are available on the website.  Carolyn Jones noted that there is currently $306.61 in the treasury.

Kris Kolb shared copies of our old brochure with the hope that it can be revised and shared to attract new members.  Since we have money in our treasury it was decided to spend approximately $120 to create a new brochure. Chris Hall offered to create it.   Ray and Diane will check out other printing options.  Kris Kolb will send an email to members inviting them to send artwork to Chris if they want it in the brochure.  The hope is to have it finished by April 15.

Carolyn Heffelfinger will be putting on a show at Gallery 22 beginning the first Friday in June.  Diane took a poll to see if any members were interested in adding their work to pop up screens in the center of the gallery during that show. Since there was enough interest she will be checking with Carolyn to get her OK.  Members would be able to bring two pieces of work.

The Senior Showcase will be at the Arts Castle from August 24 to Oct. 14.  Any Delaware County residents who are 55 or older may enter the show.  Entry fee is $10 for one piece and $20 for two or three pieces.  More information will be coming in the future.

Since May is the month to elect new officers, Sharon asked for volunteers.  Carolyn volunteered to continue as Treasurer.  Virginia resigned as Secretary so we need officers for President, Vice-president and Secretary.  Please contact Sharon with any suggestions.

Since there was no additional business Sharon adjourned the meeting and introduced Lisa McLymont who shared her painting techniques. 

Respectfully submitted,
Virginia Corwin, Secretary.