Several Fremont Area Art Association members have also paid their dues to be a part of ANAC.
That additional membership gives them the opportunity to participate in the April exhibit featured in Gallery A.
Participating artists can submit up to three pieces to the show to be judged at the April Reception.
The ANAC show always contains a wide variety of outstanding artwork including photography, oils, pastels, pencil drawings, acrylics, sculptural pieces and more.
This year’s judge is Nancy Fairbanks. Fairbanks is a graduate of Nebraska Wesleyan University and is a studio potter who experiments with various firing techniques including raku.
“I make both functional and decorative pottery. A few of my favorite pieces are the goddesses, cats, and raku,” she says of herself on her Online blog.
She currently lives in Grand Island where she continues to create her art. The judge’s critique during the reception gives each artist constructive feedback regarding their works. Pieces selected by the judge will then be added to ANAC’s annual statewide competition.
The execution of the ANAC exhibit has been accomplished in large part because of the efforts of FAAA secretary and ANAC vice president, Pam Hynek, and Art Association board member Mary Ringenberg. A big thank you goes out to both of them for their hard work.
April Gallery B: Midland University Seniors
Five Midland University seniors will show off their years of hard work and education as they bring their works of art to Gallery 92 West in April.
Ashley Meyer, Heidi Belgum, Katherine Albin, Colter Burkey and Kayla Hansen have spent countless hours in the classroom and art room honing their skills in drawing, painting, printmaking, pottery, sculpture and computer graphics in order to build a body of work to display.
Please stop by the gallery in April to help them celebrate their achievement!