North Valley Art League
Newsletter - February 1, 2018
The North Valley Art League is an all-volunteer, non-profit organization dedicated to furthering the visual arts in the northern California region.   

February Exhibit

February 6 - March 3
Featured Artists - U Prep Student heART Show
and Member Show (open theme)

Reception - Saturday, Feb 10 from 5-7pm

NOTE: Member work is needed!!! Please bring in some of your pieces - Deadline is this Saturday, Feburday 3 - Thanks:)

Samples of work - U Prep Student heART Show

NVAL 2018 Small Painting Show

Exhibit, January 9 – February 3, 2018
North Valley Art League
Carter House Gallery

This is a wonderful show packed full of quality artwork -- you won't want to miss it!
See Winning Artwork Below

Best of Show - Derek Grinnell
First Place - Lura Wilhelm
Third Place - Cori Gisler
Second Place - Louise Tuthill
Merit Award - Sherry Lupo
Merit Award - Richard Harper
Merit Award - Paula Murphy
Merit Award - Connie Brown
Honorable Mention - Judy King
Honorable Mention - Barbara Enochian
Honorable Mention - Barbarah Hamilton
Honorable Mention - Marlene Woods
Honorable Mention - Jill Binger
Honorable Mention - Karen Schwalrz
Honorable Mention -Debbie Andrews
Honorable Mention - Chuck Prudhomme
2 FREE WORKSHOPS!!
NVAL 2018 FUN WITH CLAY & ANNUAL GLOBE HUNT

NVAL is sponsoring a treasure hunt to find a piece of local handmade art. Members and non-members are invited to make the decorative clay globes that will be donated to NVAL and hidden in the Redding and Anderson areas for Easter.

These workshops will give artists the opportunity to enjoy creating with clay while participating in a community activity which encourages family fun and generates interest in NVAL -- hopefully to become an annual event!


Kim Makin at Makin Glass, 2908 Douglas Street in Anderson is donating the two clay-making workshops to produce 100 art globes.

Workshop Dates
Saturday, January 27 & February 24, 2:30--5:30pm
You can sign up with Kim by phone at 530-365-6316 or at her location in Anderson. Signup also at NVAL Carter House Gallery, 48 Quartz Hill Rd., Redding.

Some of the globes will have additional prizes to be won by the finder. Prizes will be donated by local businesses and/or purchased by NVAL.

If you have ideas about donations from businesses please contact Deborah Curtis Vercammen on Facebook or on her email: russelld1254@yahoo.com.

NOTE: The photo above is of glass globes hidden in Oregon and are NOT the ones we are planning to make. Ours will be CLAY.

Background that prompted the idea: Lincoln City on the Oregon Coast has been hiding glass globes (3000) for many years and people come from all over to search for them.

http://www.eastoregonian.com/eo/local-news/20171013/treasure-hunters-scour-lincoln-city-beach-for-hidden-glass-floats

Classes & Workshops


in Charcoal & Pastel
CLASSES ARE ONGOING - START ANYTIME

Sign up for Tuesday or Thursday at 1pm - 3pm at NVAL
Cost is $15 per class. Payment is due at each session.
If you are interested in the class,
call Judy at 222-8491. 

Judy will show you how to manipulate and control charcoal and pastel. You will be the boss! The fear of drawing portraits will vanish! You will feel confident and build skill quickly.  The classes will explore so many ways to draw people and will take the mystery out of creating portraits.





Every  Wednesday from 9-4 in the NVAL workroom.

1-800-511-1337



Next Workshops at the NVAL Carter House Gallery --

Tuesday, February 6 -- 6 to 8pm
Tuesday, March 6 -- 6 to 8pm

Pay at the Workshop.
Cost: $25 and all materials are included.
Pre-Registration is required to attend. Contact Julie Bullock via text message, email at  dbdesigns17@gmail.com  or phone her at 530-392-0349.