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Minutes from the Delaware Artist Guild Meeting on October 22, 2012
President Lori Palmer called the meeting to order at 7:30 with a welcome to members and visitors.  She reminded members that minutes and announcements are posted on the website and in the newsletter. 

Treasurer Mike Palmer reported that we have 24 paid members with a balance in the treasury of $704.57.  He asked that members pay dues as soon as possible.

Old Business

Kris Kolb reminded members to get items to her by the 15th of the month to get them in the monthly newsletter. 

There is still a need for a Vice-President.  The bylaws could be changed if someone is interested in a one-year term.  Contact Lori if interested in serving.

A motion was made by Kris Kolb and seconded by Mary Williams to donate $100 to Hospice in Barb Timmon’s name. 

Ken Hildebrand reported on the 2 hour presentation he attended at the Ross Gallery related to the installation of the current lithograph show. 

Members were reminded that Jim Fought will have is work at the Beehive during November.
New Business

November’s speaker, Rich Clem, will discuss the process of going from representation to abstract work. 

The Christmas party will be at Tom Conrad’s home on Dec. 17 at 6:30 p.m.  More details will be shared at the next meeting. 

January’s meeting will be a critique.  Members can discuss the structure we will follow at the next meeting.

Kris Kolb reminded members that the reception for the lithograph show at the Ross Gallery is this Thursday.  More information is in the newsletter. 

Pat Getha has two miniature pieces entered in a show in Bethesda, Md. 

The Central Ohio Watercolor Society has a show at the German Village Meeting House opening Nov. 2. 

The Cultural Arts Affair is coming up on Nov. 8 at the Arts Castle.  The hours are Thursday- 6-9, Friday, 4-8, Saturday, 10-4 and Sunday, 12-4.  Volunteers are need if anyone is available to assist. 

Kris also reminded us of the Annie Leibovitz photography show currently at the Wexner Gallery.

Since there was no new business, Lori closed the meeting and Path Getha introduced our guest artist, Lynda Sappington, who explained her process of creating equine bronze sculptures. 

Respectfully submitted,  

Virginia Corwin, Secretary