Calendar

April 10, 2018 10:30 a.m. Monthly art club meeting. Please see home page for more information.

April 13, 2018 Entry postmark deadline for Henderson County Art Club Fine Art Show & Sale. Please see art show page for more details & an entry form.

April 19, 2018 12-6 p.m., East Texas Arboretum Women's Building. Late registration & artwork check-in for Henderson County Art Club Fine Art Show & Sale.

April 20, 2018 5-7 p.m. East Texas Arboretum Women's Building. Opening reception for HCAC Art Show.

April 21, 2018 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. East Texas Arboretum Women's Building. HCAC Art Show open to the public.

April 21, 2018 4-5 p.m. East Texas Arboretum Women's Building. Pick-up of artwork from art show.

About HCAC

We meet on the 2nd Tuesday of every month at 10:30 a.m. in the downstairs room of the Women's Building at the East Texas Arboretum. Each meeting commences with a business meeting, followed by a demonstration. Annual dues are $25, due each May. Benefits of membership include:

The purpose of the Henderson County Art Club is to stimulate and improve members’ creative endeavors and art skills; to provide opportunity for communications and exchange of ideas between members and interested community participants; and to expand community awareness in the education of the arts.

March 2018 Demonstration

Steve Willis demonstrated acrylic paint pouring.

Toni Stanford looks on as Steve starts to pour his colors into plastic cups. Steve squirts WD-40 silicone spray into a cup with acrylic paint in it. Steve pours white paint into a cup as Toni Stanford looks on. Steve pours brown paint into a cup to prepare for applying it to his canvas. Steve holds his canvas up, explaining how he pours the paint onto it. Steve turns the canvas face down onto the top of a plastic cup he has mixed his acrylic paint colors in. Steve tips the canvas over, with the cup still against it. Now the canvas is face-up with the cup upside-down on top of it. Steve tips a second cup with acrylic paint in it onto the canvas. Steve holds both cups upside-down against the canvas, preparing to lift them off. Steve holds both cups upside-down against the canvas, preparing to lift them off. (close-up photo of Steve's hands on the cups) Steve's canvas after he has lifted the cups. There are 2 large puddles of paint colors mixing on the canvas. Steve used a small blowtorch to heat the paint on the canvas to produce areas of color he called 'cells.' Steve tipped the canvas from side to side, letting the paint colors flow across the surface. Toni Stanford and Wilma Sheltman look on as Steve continues to tip his canvas to get the paint to flow. Steve tipped his canvas higher, letting the paint flow off the edges onto a piece of paper he had on his work surface.