A concurrent non-juried exhibition at the Norma Gray Gallery in the Brighton District Library and The CoBACH Center in downtown Brighton October - November 2021
Art Harvest 2021 will also be available for viewing on the Guild's website
Free - No Entry Fee
On-line registration on Guild website deadline October 1, 2021. Members will be required to provide a jpeg of the art (unframed) and gallery card information (title, medium, price or NFS, size framed). No changes after October 1st.
Must be a member by September 30, 2021.
Art must have created with last two years
Three entries/member - every attempt will be made to hang all three
Size restrictions: 50" framed
Intake: Wednesday, October 6 from 3pm to 7pm at the Brighton District Library. Or by appointment prior to October 6.
2D and 3D art pieces accepted. All pieces must be in exhibition ready condition - i.e. wired properly for hanging, if 2D. Non-compliant pieces will not be allowed entry
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September 2021 Speaker: Julie Woodward - Watercolor Demonstration
My journey into becoming an artists has not been a straight line. I've always loved art, and luckily grew up before computers and cell phones existed, so I spent a lot of time drawing and painting. I wanted to become a veterinarian, and started out on that path - achieving an undergraduate degree in Biology. Plans changed, I met my husband, and got my MA's degree in Clinical Psychology. My husband bought me my first set of watercolors and after taking one class, I was hooked! I joined the Lakes Region Watercolor Guild when we lived in Illinois, and continued learning from demonstrations (some from internationally know water color artists) and workshops. We moved to Michigan, and I had the opportunity to share my 7 years of knowledge teaching watercolor classes at the Northville Art House. In the past 14 years I have learned many other mediums in order to teach them to others - acrylic, pastel, colored pencil, gouache and alcohol inks, but I always go back to watercolors.
The Brighton Art Guild is pleased to announce the 2021 Scholarship winners:
Norma Gray College Visual Arts Scholarship Award $1000 - Emily Beeman Ron and Norma Gray Memorial Scholarship Award $500 - Alexandria Short click here to view their art: Guild Scholarship Program
Congratulations to the Award Winners of Brighton with Art Spring 2021 Exhibition
Renew now and enjoy the many benefits of the Brighton Art Guild.
Exhibitions in Art in Public Places, Brighton Wine, Art and Music, Kaleidoscope All Member Show
Lower member entry fees for Art at the Library and other juried exhibitions sponsored by the Guild
Speaker programs at Member meetings first Wednesday of the month via Zoom
Brighton Art Guild Memberships valid January 1 - December 31 calendar year.
While brick and mortar exhibitions have been cancelled/postponed, the Guild continues to need your membership participation to support tools like the website, newsletter and Member Meet Up presentations.