Tuesday, February 6, 2018

2018 KG Art Show Announcement!



~ Notice for All Artists ~ 
The 2018 Biennial King George Art Show 
is Only Five Months Away!

Here are the basics for this year's show:
 
King George Art Show 2018
 Open to public  Sunday, June 17  Sunday, June 24
Hours: Weekdays 4 – 8 pm, Weekends 1 – 5 pm   

Applications will be mailed on March 30, 2018 
Deadline for receiving entry applications will be Friday, May 18, 2018

The King George Art Show 2018 will have check in on Wed. June 13, 2 - 6 pm
The show will be open to the public from
Sunday, June 17 to Sunday, June 24, with check out at 6 pm

Judging of awards will be Saturday, June 16, at 10 am to noon, followed by a Judge's Luncheon.  (This year's Judge will be announced at a later date.)  
A private Purchase Awards reception will be Saturday, June 16, from 2 - 5 pm. 
 
Look for more information about this year's show to be posted soon

Monday, February 5, 2018

2018 KG Art Show Registration Form

To download a copy of the 2018 KG Art Show Registration Form (and additional registration form tags), click on the "pop-out" button in the upper right-hand corner of the embedded pdf window directly below, or if you prefer, click here to obtain a copy.

Sunday, May 28, 2017

2017 KGAG Children's Summer Art Classes

The King George Art Guild (KGAG) continues its tradition of supporting art education by offering children’s summer art classes during the summer of 2017.

Art co-teachers Ms. Carrol Morgan and Mr. Daniel Christie will teach three daily sessions with activities including drawing, painting, and printmaking.  The classes are free and all supplies are provided. Pre-registration is required.  Keep reading for class information and registration details.


What:  Summer 2017 Children’s Art Lessons provided by the King George Art Guild

Who:  Students ages 6-16

When:  July 31 – August 4

Times:  Daily sessions from 9:00am-10:30am, 11:00am-12:30pm, and 1:00pm-2:30pm 
Where:  King George Elementary School art room
Cost:  Free / all supplies provided.
Instructors:  Ms. Carrol Morgan and Mr Daniel Christie
To register call 540-760-6928 or email xmorgan@hotmail.com
Class spaces limited to 15 students so don't delay, pre-register today!


Tuesday, July 26, 2016

KGAG Children's Summer Art Classes

Following this year's successful King George Art Show, the King George Art Guild continued the tradition of providing one-week of children's art classes this summer, free of charge with all materials provided.  Three classes of fifteen children registered for the classes that met daily for ninety minutes.  Mrs. Carrol Morgan and Mrs. Darlene Wilkinson co-taught the classes, held at King George Elementary School.

Here are some photos of the kids learning and creating...


 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 

 
 

Have a great summer everyone!

Sunday, July 10, 2016

2016 KG Art Show Award Winners

Here are this year's KG Art Show Award Winners...
 
22nd Biennial KING GEORGE ART SHOW 2016
JUDGE – Joseph DiBella, Professor Emeritus of Art, UMW
Best in Show: “Vessel 2” ceramic by Daniel Christie of King George, VA
John Shaw Award: “Beach Friend” acrylic by Kristi Zerull of Fredericksburg, VA
Judge’s Choice Awards:
1.     “Oh, Mom!” pastel by Maggie Bice of Rhoadesville, VA
2.     “Bosom Buddy # 3 Jenny” photograph by Mary Jane Bohlen of Cranston, RI
3.     “Figure # 10” wood sculpture by James E. Butler of Fredericksburg, VA
4.     “Under the Bridge” oil by Marcia Chaves of Fredericksburg, VA
5.     “Birdhouse Condominium” ceramic by Dan Finnegan of Fredericksburg, VA
6.     “Going for a Spin” pastel by Trish Hill of Bowling Green, VA
7.     “Brooke” pencil portrait by Michael Martin of Bruington, VA
8.     “Lizard” mixed media by Paula Raudenbush of Fredericksburg, VA
9.     “Still Life with Grapes” oil by Elizabeth Stewart of King George, VA
10.   “Dragonfly Waltz #16”  mixed media by Bob Worthy of Montross, VA
Merit Awards:
1.     “Face Time” bolo/fused glass by Angie Applegate of Stafford, VA
2.     “You Break It, We Fix It” photography by David G. Boyd of Cranston, RI
3.     “The Purple Bowl” oil by Katherine Dervin of Fredericksburg, VA
4.     “African Requiem” print by Robert S. Hunter of Colonial Beach, VA
5.      “Windsor Settee” wood furniture by William D. Jenkins of Montross, VA
6.     “Untitled” acrylic by William R. Leap of Fredericksburg, VA
7.     “Je Suis Charlie” mixed media by Penny Parrish of Fredericksburg, VA
8.     “Lost Path” encaustic by Sally Rhone-Kubarek of Fredericksburg, VA
9.     “Forward Thinking” acrylic by MG Stout of Stafford, VA
10.   “Conspiracy” acrylic by Joyce Thor of Colonial Beach, VA
Honorable Mentions:
1.     “Senior’s Imagination” collaborative mixed media by Odette Anderson,  Bob Bowen, Taylor Cullar, Henry Fink, Mi-ja Han, Ann Holt, Meg Martin, and Betty Martley of Fredericksburg, VA
2.      “Rose” alkyd by George Bowles of Arlington, VA
3.      “Last Minute Stitching” oil by Nancy Brittle of Remington, VA
4.      “Many Moons” weaving by Rita Brown of Triangle, VA
5.      “The Source” mixed media by Donna Brune of Flint Hill, VA
6.      “Pinwheeled Radiance” acrylic by Charlotte Burrill of Fredericksburg, VA
7.      “Lois’s Cows” oil by Barbara Byrd of Bowling Green, VA
8.      “Daily Catch” acrylic by Collette Caprara of Fredericksburg, VA
9.      “I’m Still Here” photograph by Toby Chittum of Partlow, VA
10.   “St. John’s Episcopal Church, KG, VA” pen/ink by Faith Gaillot of Hollywood, MD
11.   “Sunday Afternoon” pastel by Elsie Hagenlocker of Fredericksburg, VA
12.   “Glimpses IV” acrylic by Barbara Taylor Hall of Fredericksburg, VA
13.   “River Rocks” watercolor by Beverly Hamon of Fredericksburg, VA
14.   “I Will Survive” watercolor by Sue Henderson of Fredericksburg, VA
15.   “Old Boat, Annecy” photograph by Deborah Herndon of Charleston, WV
16.   “Taco Belle” mixed media by Cathy Herndon of Fredericksburg, VA
17.   “Seaside” mixed media by Anita Holle  of Fredericksburg, VA
18.   “Shelf Fungi” multimedia by Karen Julihn of Fredericksburg, VA
19.   “Sushi” oil by Ed King of Fredericksburg, VA
20.   “Rushmore Revisited” acrylic by Ina Moss of Fredericksburg, VA
21.   “Abandoned Farmhouse” multi-media by Katherine Owens of Fredericksburg, VA
22.   “Cruising the Pond” acrylic by Shirley Rush of Colonial Beach, VA
23.   “Have a Drink” mixed media by Mary Ann Scaggs of Mechanicsville, MD
24.   “Broadside: ‘No Other’” print by Mollie Schaidt of King George, VA
25.   “Neighbors” mixed media by Elizabeth Shumate of Newport News, VA
26.   “Burst of Energy” watercolor by Pat Troiani of Solomons, MD
27.   “The Colors of White” pastel by Kathy Waltermire of Colonial Beach, VA
28.   “R. Roughhouse” mixed media by Linda Warshaw of Fredericksburg, VA
29.   “Raining Glass” mixed media by Darlene Wilkinson of King George, VA
30.   “Foggy Morning” oil by Jane Woodworth of Durham, NC

Popular Vote Awards:
1. Fine Art: “On the Prowl” acrylic painting by Kristi Zerull of Fredericksburg, VA
2. Photography: “Virginia Creeper” photograph by Penny Parrish of Fredericksburg, VA
3. Crafts: “Crab Platter” #112 by Cathy Donovan of Colonial Beach, VA  
Looking forward to 2018 already!

Saturday, June 25, 2016

2016 King George Art Show Photos

Enjoy these photos of the 2016 King George Art Show as well as a look at a few of this year's Award Winners. 

"Taco Bell" by Cathy Herndon

"Pinwheeled Radiance" by Charlotte Burrill
"Vessel 2" by Daniel Christie
Daniel Christie throwing a really big pot!

"Sunday Afternoon" by Elsie Hagenlocker
"Shelf Fungi" by Karen Julihn
Artwork from the 2016 King George Art Show.
Look at all that artwork!
"Forward Thinking" by MG Stout
Artwork from the 2016 King George Art Show.
"Ever Changing" interactive art table by Toby Chittum
"Foggy Morning" by Jane Woodworth
"Senior's Imagination" collaboration mixed media
by six senior artists of Fredericksburg:
Odette Anderson, Bob Bowen, Taylor Cullar,
Henry Fink, Mi-Ja Han, Ann Holt, Meg Martin, and Betty Martley

Wednesday, June 15, 2016

How many hands does it take to put up an art show?

More than a few!  Enjoy these photos of the terrific work crew who helped set up the 2016 King George Art Show earlier this week.
It takes a village to put up these panels...
Are you sure that panel is level...?
"Make the panel higher - higher I say!"  
 [Note:  Having fun is a must and Daniel was a great team leader!]

Thanks to all the many volunteers and "hands" who make the biennial King George Art Show possible!