painting interrupted

Once not so long ago there where 50 some artists painting on studio day at the Shuffleboard Courts.  This was pre pre Stanton.

DSCN2199The artists are still here, part of the large membership of the Lake Worth Art League.  George Taylor seen in the photo below was then considered one of the younguns .  The LWAL mission has not changed in all these years.They are currently in a small space on Lucerne corner of L st. and try to accommodate  everyone with  membership growing . They make space for upcoming artists.   Today was Thursday open studio $5.  For myself I pulled out a work I never completed, started oh about 8 years ago.

George Taylor and myself

George Taylor and myself

Then I knew where I was going with it but not today.  Today it was a challenge to make something out of it.  Show you how long it was this canvass has staples on the sides of the canvas,  Staples  are no longer in galleries and studio shows only gallery wrapes* or framed paintings and of course no glass are the rules of today.  The current show coming down on Monday is a combined show with the Wellington Art Society.  The membership is growing weekly and the mission is still the same as when they first incorporated in the 1940’s.

Amparo with her realistic cocoanuts.

Amparo with her realistic cocoanuts.

Monthly board meetings are a dereguer.  George well-known for his equestrian art on racing forms took on a different subject matter today. You can see more of his work as he will be at the Cultural Plaza this weekend with the LWAL outdoor show.

this is George's work

this is George’s work

*Gallery Wrap is a stretched canvas that is ready to hang without framing, staples are tucked inside the back.  not visible. Primarily framing is costly for artists and the other problem with framing it does not suit everyone’s taste or decor.

About Lake Worth Florida by the moment the source of inspiration

A former Unite Press International photographer. Spent 9 years with Cruise Ship Photos of London. Moved to Lake Worth from Coconut Grove, with artist husband Fred Hunt. Never leaves the house without a camera. Writes another blog "One Ear Society" dealing with the ins and outs of the art world. Closed her Art Gallery in Coconut Grove after 17 years to relocate in Lake Worth.
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