Artists wanted for upcoming Sun City Art Show & Sale

Bonnie Temperley is one of the local artists donating a work to the 45th Annual Sun City Fine Art Show and Sale. [Submitted photo]

A Call to Artists is out now for the 45th Annual Sun City Fine Art Show and Sale, which goes 9 a.m.-3 p.m. each day Saturday, Feb. 16 and Sunday, Feb. 17 in the Bell Recreation Center’s Social Rooms, 16820 N. 99th Ave.

Free admission to view the show. Up to three original pieces can be entered, with only a $5 entry fee per piece.Artists must be Recreation Centers of Sun City (RCSC) members, but do not have to belong to a Sun City art club.

Complete rules, including drop off and pick up dates and times, along with registration cards (one card for each item) are available at the art rooms for the sponsoring clubs: the Artists By The Lake (located at the Lakeview Recreation Center, 10626 W. Thunderbird Blvd.) or the Palo Verde Art Club (located at the Sundial Recreation Center, 14801 N. 103rd Ave.) or at a new Facebook site for “Sun City (AZ) Fine Arts Show and Sale”, or from Josh Thompson at 815-674-6040.

Three instructors from the Artists by the Lake Art Club in Sun City will be donating artwork for a raffle to benefit the event.

The instructors are Bonnie Temperley, Deb Dahlin and Ruth Little. Each of the art teachers have spent much of their lives honing their skills through teaching in school districts, providing classes for individual or group lessons, attending workshops for additional skills, and producing works for entry into competitions like the upcoming Sun City Fine Art Show and Sale. All three have skills in watercolors, acrylics, oils, and pastels as well as other art-oriented tasks.

 

IF YOU GO

What: 45th Annual Sun City Fine Art Show and Sale

When: 9 a.m.-3 p.m. each day Saturday, Feb. 16 and Sunday, Feb. 17

Where: Bell Recreation Center’s Social Rooms, 16820 N. 99th Ave.

More Information: Josh Thompson at 815-674-6040



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