Friday, February 5, 2016

Home Base

Southern Coos Hospital & Health Center Quarterly Art Show
Call to Artists
Home: a Place, a Feeling, a State of Mind

The Southern Coos Hospital & Health Center will be hosting a show of artworks created reflecting upon the theme of “Home”. Some thoughts:
Home is where the heart is.”
Home away from home.”
Home, sweet home, etc.”

Artists may think of home as an actual place, a feeling, or a state of mind.

Artists may enter 1-3 pieces using painting, collage, mixed media, drawing, photography or assemblage in all artistic styles: representational, abstract, or futuristic. All works must be able to be hung on the wall.

Please remember that art on the hospital walls is meant to entertain and de-stress the patients, families, staff and general visitors. It is not a venue for nudity, violence, morbidity, or a political soapbox. Thank you for your continued positive approach to art in these shows.

Show Calendar: Show runs April, May, June 2016
Reception: Sunday, April 3, 2016 1:00 – 3:00 p.m.
Delivery of Art: Wednesday, March 30, 2016 2 p.m.
Bring ready-to-hang art plus paperwork to the cafeteria area at Southern Coos Hospital on Wednesday, at 2:00 p.m., or make alternative arrangements with show organizers.
Pick Up Date: Saturday, June 25, 2016 2:00 – 6:00 p.m.
Artists must pick up their artwork on this date, during the indicated time period. Show organizers will be on site to coordinate pickup. We ask artists to please sign your work out—don’t just take it off the wall.
If artists are not able to be present to pick up their work during this time, please make arrangements with the show organizers (see contact information below).
Location: Southern Coos Hospital and Health Center
900 11th Street SE, Bandon, OR 97411

Entry Fee: Fee not required. Donations are welcome to help support continuing shows. Please make checks payable to Southern Coos Hospital Foundation.




Number of Pieces: 1 -3 pieces per artist, each must be wired and ready to hang, or matted and ready to hang.
Artwork Notes: Please deliver your artwork with the following information included:
  • A list of your artwork(s) with your name, address, e-mail, title of piece, and price.
  • AND, please make sure your name and title of the art is on the back of each piece you submit.
  • If work is not for sale, include a value for insurance purposes please.


Sales: The hospital does not charge a commission fee on sold paintings. The Southern Coos Health Foundation will accept a donation of a percentage of any purchased artwork.
Other Notes: We reserve the right to refuse submitted artwork due to subject, presentation or space.

Images may be used for advertising and promotional purposes for this show.

The costs of producing and hanging this show are underwritten by Southern Coos Hospital and Health Center—for the benefit of the Bandon community and surrounding area: patients and families, visitors, staff, and the public.


Questions? Contact the show organizers:
Ava Richey: yarnfarm@frontier.com 541-297-6118
Susan Lehman: studioblue@mycomspan.com 541-347-9888


Submission Form for the “Home: a Place, a Feeling, a State of Mind” show
at Southern Coos Hospital & Health Center.
(Please fill in completely and print clearly)
Name: _________________________________________________________________
Address: _______________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________
Daytime Phone: _________________________________________________________
Email: _________________________________________________________________
Website: _______________________________________________________________


1. Title: ________________________________________________________________
Medium: _______________________ Price/Value: __________ Is Painting for Sale?_______


2. Title: ________________________________________________________________
Medium: _______________________ Price/Value: ______ _____ Is Painting for Sale? ________
3. Title: ________________________________________________________________
Medium: _______________________ Price/Value:___________ Is Painting for Sale?_________


Please be sure your artwork has your name, title, and contact number attached to the back.
Sign here to indicate that you have read, understand and agree to the guidelines in the Call to Artists.
Artist signature: ______________________________________________ Date: ___________
*******************
____# of pieces checked in. BY: __________________________________ Date:______


 How did you hear about this show? E-mail, Poster, Friend, Newspaper, Website, Facebook, Coffee Break, Other______________

Acrylic Idylic


For Immediate Release                                                           Contact: Josie Keating
September 10, 2015                                                                Director of Art Education
                                                                                                Coos Art Museum
                                                                                                (541) 267-3901 ext. 105

QUICK OVERVIEW
Title:                            Acrylic Painting with Allen (Tony) Adams
What:                          painting classes
Dates:                          Fridays, February 12, 19, 26, March 4, 11, 2016
Time:                           10:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Age Range:                 adults only
Skill Level:                  all skill levels welcome
Media:                         acrylic
Where:                         Coos Art Museum, 235 Anderson, Coos Bay, OR 97420
Cost:                            $115 CAM members / $130 non-members
Materials Included?    No
Registration Ends:      February 4, 2016
For more info:             call (541) 267-3901 or email sldonaldson@coosart.org

IN MORE DETAIL
Embark on a journey into the fun and rewarding world of acrylic painting with Allen (Tony) Adams at Coos Art Museum. The Acrylic Painting classes will take place Fridays, February 12, 19, 26, March 4, 11, 2016 from 10:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Instructor Allen (Tony) Adams provides an introduction to acrylics, painting techniques and familiarizes both the beginning artist and artists already using acrylics in the preparation of the painting surface, application of the medium, and selecting a palette.  Each session will consist of a short painting demonstration by the instructor followed by a question and answer period.  The remainder of each session will be spent with students working on their own paintings, during which time Tony will work one-on-one with each student sharing helpful information he has gained in 60 years of painting in both commercial and fine arts. 

Recognized as one of the area’s premier realist painters, Allen (Tony) Adams’ qualifications include time spent as a screen cartoonist at Walt Disney Studios and 30 years as an illustrator and graphic designer at General Dynamics Corp. 

Class size is limited to 10 participants.  Cost is $115 for CAM members, $130 for non-members.  Registration ends February 4, 2016.  For registration go to www.coosart.org or visit Coos Art Museum at 235 Anderson in Downtown Coos Bay.


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Can't Miss Events


Cuss and Discuss


ADVANCING THE DIALOGUE ~ Open forum community discussion group debuts at
So It Goes Coffeehouse
Coos Bay – So It Goes Coffeehouse is honored to host Advancing the Dialogue, a new open-forum discussion group on current local issues. Facilitated by Portland host Nick Martin, Advancing the Dialogue will begin with two sessions in February at the shop.

On February 9th at 7pm we kick off with a group discussion on Industry and the Environment. On February 23rd we continue with a discussion on Homelessness. These topics are intended as launching points for conversation and all are invited.

Nick Martin is a native of the Portland area where he hosted weekly discussion groups. A staunch adherent of truth, reason, compassion, and justice, he wants to extend the idea of an open group dialogue to the Coos Bay area, where he is currently sojourning, in hopes of adding to the local, national, and international conversation of various topics and ideas.


So It Goes is Coos Bays newest old-school coffeehouse - featuring great coffee, full bakery, killer art, live music, bad poetry readings, used books, free wifi, chess, and small absurdist theatrics.

So It Goes Coffeehouse 541.808.9333 190 Central Ave. Coos Bay, OR 97420
soitgoescoffeehouse.com (fb, inst, twit)
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John Beane

So It Goes Coffeehouse  
541.808.9333 www.soitgoescoffee.com     

Thursday, February 4, 2016

Second Chance

Victoria Tierney will teach you how to take those favorite old shirts  and
give them new lives. You bring the shirts (dressy, casual, or tee, old, new,
or thrift store discoveries) and she will provide the fabric pens and the
instructions.  WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 10th From 1-4 pm. $35.






Draw on the Experimental

Pat Snyder sent pics of the Experimental Drawing Class Show of works at the Coos Library for the month of February...

the artists were all from the class he taught at the Coos Art Museum. : )
A really nice show!
Susan : )




Love Songs

COOS COUNTY — Nothing says "I love you" like a singing Valentine from a barbershop quartet. Sea Breeze Harmony Chorus, the local chapter of Sweet Adelines International, will send a quartet to the object of your affection or friendship Friday-Sunday, Feb. 12-14. An in-person delivery of two songs and a rose is $25. If your Valentine is far away, the quartet will serenade him or her over the phone (no rose) for $10. To reserve, call Sharon at 541-297-6402 or Connie at 541-217-1866.
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Gail Elber
1918 N. 14th St.
Coos Bay, OR 97420
541-808-1773