EXHIBITION DATES: November 30 - February 18, 2018
Opening Reception, Thursday, November 30, 5:30 - 7 PM
Tropospheres: Featuring artwork by Rae Broyles
Rae Boyles studied at American Institute of Art in Chicago and Rhode Island School of Design in Providence, Rhode Island. This was followed by a vibrant career as an art director and creative director for a number of consumer product companies and agencies. Although painting all through those years in addition to her career, in 2001 Rae became a full time fine artist. Continuing studies included classes at Moulin de Perot in Southern France, Red Deer College in Alberta, Canada and Fine Arts Workshop in Atlanta. Rae began teaching encaustic painting at Fine Arts Workshop in 2010. Rae has also been invited to teach at Red Deer College.
Rae’s work is primarily mixed media abstract but at times incorporates other media including, photography, video, poetry and choreography. Her work has been shown in prestigious galleries and notably, she was accepted as one of 20 National Artists in the highly respected A.I.R. Gallery in New York.
Rae’s recognitions include 2016 Platform Artist of the Year Finalist with RMG, which hosts Spectrum Miami and Art Expo New York, 2016, Mixed Media Artist of the Year at the ADC Awards in Cincinnati, OH, The Bronze Award for Painting Forward, Best in Show at JF Gallery, West Palm Beach, FL, and multiple merit awards in National Shows including the Valdosta National, Grosse Pointe Art Center, MI and the APS National Show at Chastain in Atlanta with print work.
Rae lives in Roswell, GA and owns Fountainhead Art Space, a community based art program to mentor emerging artists. www.raebroyles.com/
Georgia Art League Juried Members' Exhibition: Recent work by GAL Members
Georgia Art League is the art league that calls the Quinlan Visual Art Center home. We are a collection of artists collaborating to help spread the love and respect of the arts. We accept members who work in all mediums and disciplines of art, and are a current member of the Quinlan Visual Arts Center.
Our purpose, as stated in our Mission Statement, is "To nurture and support the artistic growth and development of our members by providing opportunities to increase their skills and share their understanding and knowledge of visual arts through exhibition experiences, a variety of educational programs, and networking with other artists."
We provide monthly meetings on the third Thursdays of the month at 12:00 Noon or otherwise published. You may bring your lunch and enjoy the program at the Quinlan.
We have at least four art exhibitions each year and the winners will be awarded ribbons. In October there is a Members' Show upstairs at The Quinlan Visual Art Center. Professional artists are employed by
The Georgia Art League to judge the exhibitions.
The judges select the Exhibition winners, and provide a program for our quarterly
exhibition meetings. www.georgiaartleague.org
Sacred Ground: Artwork by Artist/Sculptor
Reflections: Paintings by