TAC ART RAFFLE
THE RAFFLE WILL RUN FROM NOV 15th 2020 - JAN 15TH 2020.
You can purchase raffle tickets at out gallery at Regency Square Mall or online. You will receive a raffle stub when you purchase at our gallery. When you purchase a raffle ticket online, you will be emailed a ticket number. The ticket will be placed in our raffle box. During our next exhibition reception, "Unity & Equity" on January 16th, 2021 we will have a drawing for the winners at 5pm and it will be shown live on our Facebook page. We will have your number registered with your name and contact information. Make sure to fill out and submit the form then purchase your raffle ticket.
All proceeds will help the Art Center Cooperative, Inc continue to kindle, support and celebrate the artistic, cultural, and creative spirit of its community with a focus on accessibility. TAC labors to facilitate the growth, visibility and professional success of our member artists by providing affordable and well publicized venues for art creation and exhibition. Please visit us at our Regency Square Mall Art Gallery location in Jacksonville and find out what an Artist run Cooperative looks like! Your participation in this raffle will help us continue our mission.
Please look below at the three marvelous pieces that will be given away to the winners!
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You Could WIN one of the three pieces below when you Register!!!
1. Gesture by Jef Taylor
ABOUT JEF TAYLOR
While Jef has spent most of his life studying the arts, his intensive study spanned from 1994 to 2001 at the University of North Florida where he finished with a degree in mathematics and studio painting. Jef then moved to Nantes, France where he spent another two years studying at L’Ecole des Beaux Arts.
While in France Jef held two well received solo shows from which ten pieces of the Horizon series hang in a children’s hospital/school for the mentally impaired and several others hang in private collections throughout Europe. During his stay in France Jef also took part in a juried show where ninety-two artists from around the world submitted work on the theme Blue. “Horizon Bleu” which won first place was purchased and now hangs in a private collection. Since returning to the states in 2003, Jef has participated in several juried, solo and group shows, and won several awards.
To see more of Jef's Work visit his website at: http://www.jeftaylor.com/
Gesture by artist Jef Taylor is the perfect piece to bring sophistication to your living space.
Artist Jef Taylor
22.75 X 30.5 Framed
2. Bowl by Ed Malesky
ABOUT ED MALESKY
Ed has always been interested in woodworking and developed his skills to focus on woodturning as art.
He feels that creating his art always starts with a beautiful form. Turning wood into these forms is a truly tactile and very enjoyable experience, complicated by the fact that wood is an organic material that moves and distorts as it dries or contains hidden defects. Sometimes he can use these features and sometimes he needs to plan ahead to get the form he wants.
A beautiful form can be enough, especially when he has used a spectacular piece of wood. However, his real goal is to draw an emotional response from the viewer, so often this initial form is just the canvas for his work. He loves adding color and texture to his pieces using dyes, paints, pyrography and other processes that allows the viewer to see something beyond just a piece of wood. The love of color and shapes has also led him into the world of digital images. Ed is amazed at the way a computer can generate beautiful images starting with some simple forms. There is a lot an artist needs to add however, since there are thousands of variables to apply to these simple forms to create a beautiful image. Once all the parameters are set, the computer begins the arduous task of rendering the image, which in many cases takes more than a day.
Form and color, texture and complexity are his tools, whether in wood or on paper.
IRMA CHERRY BOWL
"This beaded calabash style bowl was one of the pieces Ed made from a very large cherry tree that came down in his yard during hurricane Irma. The bowl is 9" in diameter, twice turned and of robust design. The cherry will continue to darken and get a richer hue over time."
Price = $75
Artist Ed Malesky
9 inch diameter
You can see more of Ed's work at the following links:
3. Hanna Park by Cookie Davis
ABOUT COOKIE DAVIS
COOKIE DAVIS is a native of Jacksonville and has been involved in the art community since the early 1970s both as an exhibiting artist and as a volunteer chairperson and board member of a number of cultural organizations and events. Ms. Davis’ sculptures and paintings are stories without words. She says of her work, “Over the years I have filled many sketch books with ideas and themes for sculptures. Beginning in early 2016, I began to translate some of these ideas into paintings...Story People on Canvas.” Cookie has work in permanent collections both nationally and internationally and is proud to have been the first recipient in 2014 of the Robert Arleigh White Award for Art Advocacy presented by the Cultural Council of Jacksonville.
To see more of Cookie's work visit her website at: https://www.cookiedavisfineart.com/paintings.html
HANNA PARK DUNES
From the series - “Parks” - State and City Park
One of my favorite past times is to visit both State and City Park, always taking photos to use as inspirations for paintings. This small study is representative of the glorious sand dunes at a diverse and well groomed City of Jacksonville Park - Hanna Park on the Atlantic Ocean. Worth a day in the park.
Artist Cookie Davis
Acrylic Palette Knife Painting
Gallery wrapped Canvas