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July 2016 Artist of the Month

Hank Edwards

Hank Edwards is a self-taught artist based out of Cedar Park, TX. He specializes in acrylic painting. His style preference is manipulating acrylic paint with pouring and fluid painting techniques. He doesn’t believe in limiting himself when it comes to style and subject matter, and finds himself expanding his horizons with each new piece of work.

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July 2016 Artist of the Month: Hank Edwards
ABOUT CAS

The Creative Arts Society is an Austin based, non-profit 501(c)(3) thriving arts organization actively promoting the development of the “Art-ist in Everyone” for the expanding growth and diversity of our community.

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NEXT MEETING:
September 7, 2016

The Creative Arts Society (CAS) meets on the first Wednesday of each month except January, July, and August. The meeting is held on the 10th floor of the ACC Pinnacle Campus, 7748 West 290, Austin, Texas, in the Faculty Lounge. Networking and socializing begins at 6:30 PM. The meeting begins at 7 PM and is comprised of a short business meeting usually followed by a program reflecting one of the many diversified artistic medi - ums represented by the membership or information pertaining to the marketing of art. This may include demonstration of techniques, slide shows, and/or guest speakers who present meaningful suggestions about being successful in the “business of art.” Artists are always encouraged to bring samples of their artistic creations for the group to view.

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Upcoming Meeting
Now showing CAS member art at

Urban Hair
2919 Manchaca Rd, Suite 102
Austin, Texas 78704
512.640.5455
urbanhair-atx.com

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Welcome to CAS!

The Creative Arts Society is an Austin based, non-profit 501(c)(3) thriving arts organization actively promoting the development of the “Artist in Everyone” for the expanding growth and diversity of our community. Our vision is to be a vital presence in the community inspiring: Cultural enrichment, Community participation, and respect for diversity. Our goal is to increase awareness and appreciation for and through the Arts.

Presidents Message

Just a note from the President to remind you to have a wonderful summer with your family and friends. The Board of the Creative Arts Society is busy working on the changes that were made this year pertaining to quarterly meetings versus the monthly agenda that was in place since the inception of CAS. Some of the changes that affect each of you has to do to the selecting of Officers for 2017. I am asking each of you to think about your set of talents and skills and consider sharing those skills with all of Creative Artists. We need several positions filled and we want volunteers to fill these slots. Some of the positions to be filled are Treasurer, Newsletter and Website Liaison. I know we have members in the group that would do very well in this important positions. No one would have to take these positions without being trained and you would always have the full CAS Board behind you and supporting you every step of the way.

Link & Pin Juried Exhibit – We were notified by the owner of Link & Pin that we were scheduled to exhibit our art in August instead of October. This means we need to rush a bit to get ready for this exhibit. In the “Call for Art” each artist can submit 3 pieces of art for the jurying process. To be eligible, the waiver and release must be received, hanging fees must be paid and this exhibit has an entry fee of $24. In order for the pieces of art submitted for the jurying process, all must be received prior to the artwork being sent to the juror. The Juror will be Veta Winick. I want to thank you for managing this art business venture timely and promptly. You will also notice that the Call for Art stated no size for the three pieces of art other than one large and 2 small pieces. The reason for stating it this way is to give the artist a choice of submitting their three best pieces to this juried exhibit.

I look forward to seeing each of you at the September meeting at the ACC Pinnacle Campus. Joan Lawson has a great program planned for this meeting. You won’t want to miss it. Sharon Bibbee, President.

Special Announcements

To become a member of Creative Arts Society, please go to Membership Info to complete the application. You can pay your dues, hanging fee and entry fees on PayPal. If you want to be included in our exhibits which includes the website, then complete and sign the waiver and release. The waiver and release states that CAS does not have any liability for your art nor does the venue where the art is hanging. The signed release also gives CAS the right to show your artwork on our website, newsletter, Facebook, and other advertising as deemed appropriate for CAS.