Big Canoe artists are creative no matter what they do

A bird’s-eye view of the Artists’ Club Christmas party is a study in texture and style. (Photo by Kay Davis)
Information submitted by Monica Burnette

With artists planning the party, you just know it would be an event gloriously special! And it was when the Big Canoe Artists’ Club met for their annual Christmas party at Canoe Lodge. The table was elegantly decked with shiny Christmas trees and white poinsettias. Of course the shared platters of colorful appetizers and desserts added a tasty touch to the table.

A bird’s-eye view of the Artists’ Club Christmas party is a study in texture and style. (Photo by Kay Davis)

When the club met for their January meeting, new officers were elected. Tappy Swarner is now president with Beth Westberry holding the VP slot. Debby Marsell was elected secretary and Faye Webster rounds out the slate as treasurer. A round of applause was given to the departing board.
Next, the Artists’ Club will start preparing for their annual Spring Show to be held in March. With brushes in hand, finishing touches are being placed on a fine collection of works to be offered for viewing and sale. Collections in various mediums will be on display, covering an array of subjects and scenes.
The club will also have a booth at the Legacy of Caring Marketplace in May.
If you’re an artist and would like to connect with this band of talented creators, contact Monica Burnette at monicaburnette@gmail.com to learn how you can become a member.