Tuesday, March 19, 2013

WCAGA is a part of The Georgia Women's Conference 2013

This year the WCAGA Members Art Show "Crossing into Abstractions" plays an important role in the Georgia Women's Conference 2013. The Conference theme is: The Female Perspective in Art, Scholarship, and Politics. Topics include, but are not limited to: academic papers and dissertations, political issues and themes, literature and poetry, women's health, fine arts, career advancement, international topics, financial advisement, LGBTQ, transgender issues, and more! 

At the opening of "Crossing into Abstraction"
Barb Rehg and Don Dougan curated this show. Don Dougan is an Instructor at the Georgia Perimeter College and the Gallery Director of Clarkston Fine Arts. Barb Rehg is an accomplished Local Artist and the Exhibition chair for WCAGA.  Included in this show are Loretta Paraguassu, Kathy Meliopoulos, Dory Ingram , Helen DeRamus, Jane Jaskevich, Linda Hudgins, Corlia Kock, Ann Rowles, Ann Rhodes, Sally Eppstein, Patricia Bohannon, Eileis Crean, Norma Hendrix,Edna Shipp, Angie Dachs,Teresa Libbey, Kate Lehman Landishaw, Karen Phillips, Laura Monk,Vicki Bethel, Kate Colpitts, Cecelia Kane,Ellen Fennel Blythe, Barb Rehg and Claudia Wilburn. 

This year's Members Show examines what it means to work with abstraction, reach out to abstraction and to immerse in abstraction. A wide range of themes are visible in the art work selected for this show. This show answers questions on how far you can take form, color, and shape and still be considered abstract.

A scheduled event of the Georgia Women's Conference is the Continental Breakfast with the artists of
the Women's Caucus for Arts of Georgia,Saturday, March 23, 9 a.m. - 9:45 a.m. in the Jim Cherry Learning Resource Center Gallery. 

Looking forward to see you there.

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