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In The News

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                       Current Happenings

  Amidst all the ruckus we are striving to push forward to a more active 2023.  We are currently scheduling shows this year and you can see a brief list on this page. There is more information on the Exhibits Page. As the year proceeds if any adjustments are needed, we will post accordingly.

  Our current featured artist Is : Valeria Yost

  You can find her information on the "featured
artist" page. 

  Classes this year are starting soon.  The Gloria Dawson-Teats 10-week course in the Spring has been scheduled.  Gloria is known for her stunning oil paintings, but she also works with watercolor and pastels. She has been teaching for years and we are blessed to have her in our guild. Gloria is also the current vice president of the SRAG, class coordinator and show chairman.

  *Classes for this year are listed on our activities calendar. email: for info.

  Sharon Herther will be teaching a watercolor class, October 12, following the general meeting.  Her subjects range from her sweet pups to landscapes paintings mountains rivers lakes and much more. Sharon is a Painting Machine!!

   We will host several Plein Air painting activities, as weather permits. 

April 5, Pittsburg Landing, June 8, Blaine Symons Ranch, September 22 - 24, Southfork of the Clearwater to Dixie, hosted by Gloria Dawson-Teats. 

The Main Clearwater Plein Air opportunity is pending. 


                     Upcoming Events   - 2023

*Heart for Art miniature show -month of February

 *March Artisan Madness Show & Sale- March 18 & 19

WBARD Building White Bird Idaho (old school bldg.)

*April-September Showing at the Pine Tree Credit Union Grangeville, Idaho

*Gallery55 Show in McCall, Idaho Month of May


 * Border Days -SRAG Border Days Art Show

 July 1,2 & 3 at the Elks Club in Grangeville, Idaho


polymer clay character dolls and handpainted rocks
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