March Meeting & Mixed Media Demonstration by Demry Frankenheimer

The Boulder Art Association holds monthly meetings for members and friends. Meetings include networking, a short business meeting, and an arts related presentation.

Tuesday, March 7th, we’re pleased to have artist Demry Frankenheimer doing a mixed media art demonstration. The meeting is FREE and open to the public!


Monthly Member Meeting Agenda

Tuesday, March 7th, 2017; 6:00 – 8:00 pm

  • Networking and Short Business Meeting 6:00 – 6:30 pm

  • Presentations 6:30 – 7:50 pm (the library closes at 8:00)

All are welcome! Come, bring a friend, and find out more about the Boulder Art Association. Each meeting begins with socializing with other artists and art lovers, a short business meeting, and then a presentation or demonstration.


 

Demry Frankenheimer received her MFA from the University of Colorado where she began experimenting with the emotions evoked by the juxtaposition and use of her materials. Through this exploration she has created a visual vocabulary, a language that enables her to define and articulate an experience, a concept or a moment in time. Her keen interest in how materials are selected and applied has inspired her to hold workshops, guiding others in an exploration of their visual language.

Due to the tactile qualities of Demry’s work her art is best experienced “live.” Therefore, a selection of current artwork and materials will be available, along with several images from earlier installations.


Meeting Location:

Main Boulder Public Library
Flagstaff Meeting Room (1st Floor on the Arapahoe Avenue side) 
1001 Arapahoe Ave
Boulder, CO 80302

 

There’s plenty of parking in the parking lot in front of this side of the library. The first 90 minutes of parking are free and there are no charges past 7 pm. An additional 90 minutes may be purchased for $1.25/hour. Kiosks accept credit cards and coins. See map and parking rates here.

Optional RSVP on the Boulder Art Association Meetup page.

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