Welcome to the Clairemont Art Guild, San Diego CA

Meeting February 18, 2018

Newsletter for February 2018

Clairemont Art Guild

Clairemont Lutheran Church

4271 Clairemont Mesa Blvd, San Diego, CA 92117

Saturday, February 18

Board Meeting at Noon

General Meeting/Demo at 1PM

Our demonstrator for Saturday, February 18 will be Dominique Eichi.  you can see her Beautiful artwork at: https://fineartamerica.com/profiles/dominique-eichi.html

Dominique works in the business of interior design and visual merchandising.  Dominique’s art has been displayed at the San Diego Fair, and galleries in Escondido and Little Italy, the San Diego Airport in 2015, and retail stores in Mission and Fashion valley.   She creates art live at special events, and fundraisers.

Her art at the moment is Mixed Medium.  She uses mostly 005 ink pens with watercolor accents, colored pens and markers.  Her subjects are architectural, human animals and landscapes.  She loves to capture a detail or scene and transpose that on paper or canvas.  She says, “There is such a reward in being able to recreate these with your own impressions and feelings.”

Please join us for her demonstration, and enjoy spending time with this wonderful lady!

We are delighted to report that Peggy Sturtevant, and Inga Scott have both sold paintings at the Storefront Gallery.  Also, I got an email from Roxy Bohrer who has sold a painting, too.  The Storefront Gallery will be open after our February meeting.

Please welcome our newest member Sally Milne!  She is a graduate of the Ringling College of Art and Design, and honed her portraiture skills at the Walt Disney Studios in Anaheim.  Sally is a member of the Florida Suncoast Watercolor Society, and The International Society of Marine Painters.  She comes to us from Florida, where her Studios and Gallery were in business for many years.  She also has taught art in Florida.

Thank you.

Mae Crauder-Davis

The Clairemont Art Guild

Founded in 1954

The purpose of the Clairemont Art guild shall be for the advancement of creative arts in the community and for individual growth through association with the Guild.


We will encourage each artist to create his or her own work, expressing individual interpretation of the subject.


We will strive to keep our aims and integrity above question. Copy work will not be exhibited.

The CAG holds monthly meetings, presenting lectures, demonstrations and critiques. Exhibits by credentialed members are shown in libraries and other locations. There are annual judged and juried shows at which ribbons and cash awards are given.

The CAG is associated with Mesa College Art Department. Awards are presented each year to outstanding art students from Mesa College.  We also present awards to students whose work is in the Student Division of the San Diego County Fair.

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