Euclid Art Association June Members’ Night Critique...Last Meeting Until September
At our very popular Members’ Night Critique on Monday June 5, George Kozmon, an internationally collected artist best known for his monumental architectural paintings, was the art critic for the evening. George’s artworks have been widely exhibited and critically acclaimed throughout the US and abroad. He is a graduate of the Cleveland Institute of Art and lives in Gates Mills, OH. He also participates in IngenuityFest. George tells us that he does a little of everything, but now he works large, very large. He is currently working on an 8ft by 20ft mountain image on wood panels using acrylic and colored pencil....or ‘whatever works’. We thank George for sharing his artistic insights with us.
Before George started his critique of the over 25 pieces of artwork that members brought to the meeting, Lee Peters held a brief business meeting and Joan Milligan swore in EAA’s Officers for the 2017-2018 season. George was challenged to get through all the artwork critiques in the time allotted....as is the case at every June critique meeting! Members’ feedback....excellent job, one of the best critiques that we’ve had! Not only was he informative and constructive in his criticism, he was very entertaining. George would point out ‘things’ that most of us did not immediately notice. Once we saw it, we understood what he meant.
After the critique, the 32 members in attendance enjoyed a “Garden Tea Party”. The evening’s refreshments included....pinwheel finger sandwiches, American Flag of fresh fruit, lemon yogurt cake and DiStefano’s cookie tray...plus more. To see George’s comments on members’ art and more pictures, visit our website, EuclidArt.com, the Events page.
Euclid Art Members
Euclid Art Association purpose is to stimulate an interest in the visual arts among our members and to provide a focus on the fine arts for the community.