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Paris Morning News (Newspaper) - November 4, 2010, Paris, Texas
A a Man thursday a a 903785-8744 the Paris news november 4,2010 a Page 3art Guild to Host reception for new members Connie Beard the Plaza Art Guild welcomes four new members with a reception from 5 to 8 . Today at the Plaza Art gallery 8 West Plaza in downtown Paris. The reception includes a Premier show and Sale. From the far reaches of outer space to exploring the intricacies of a Flower the four newest members of the Plaza Art Guild provide a wide Range of styles. Toni Davis of wills Point has experimented with artistic expression including mosaic tile needlepoint Crochet and competitive cooking but her first love is painting. Quot i feel it is a Means of conveying that Calm sharing something Beautiful i have seen experienced. Davis or dreamed with Pepple viewing my artwork quot Davis explains in her biography posted at . Ricky Richey has had a love for Art for As Long As he can remember. Quot comic books copies of pictures done by the great masters and even artwork on the covers of science fiction magazines and books have always caught my attention Richey and filled me with a sense of wonder. Who could Render such images what kind of people would they be quot he said in his biography. Landscapes seascapes fantasy and space Are favorite subjects for the artist who paints with acrylic Oil and Watercolour by themselves or in combination. Carol Hale Bybee of Blossom began expressing her artistic viewpoint As a Small child eventually doing charcoal and sepia sketches of people who sat for her at Art shows. She is a self7employed Painter and has taught adult lessons and workshops for More than 30 years. Bybee specializes in portraits of people animals and old Home places done in oils pastels and Watercolours. Her work can be seen All Over the word in such places As Spain Canada the Netherlands South Africa and in the . Mitchell sue Mitchell was born in Chicago and has lived in Paris for the past year. A professional artist for App Roxi mately 30 years she says Oil is her favorite medium but also works in coloured Pencil water color pastel and scratchboard. Mitchell is part owner of a running Art school Cloudcroft Art workshops in new Mexico. Her work can be seen in addition to the Plaza Art gallery in the Bonham Art gallery in Bonham and Sunland Park Art gallery in Elpaso. During the Holiday in Paris festivities the first two weekends of december the Plaza Art Guild is to participate in the Art walk during the first weekend and provide a free Christmas ornament Craft class for children during the second weekend. The Plaza Art gallery has been under management of the Plaza Art Guild since 1997, when the Guild was established As an Avenue to highlight and sell Quality Art produced by local artists from Lamar county and the surrounding area. The Plaza Art Guild usually meets the fourth thursday of each month at the gallery. Membership applications along with a list of rights and responsibilities Are available at the gallery 8 West Plaza or online at . Membership applications Are juried by Guild members. There Are Bybee s Art two Levels of membership regular for local artists who can fulfil All responsibilities of membership and associate for members living in Northeast Texas but who Are too Distant to fulfil regular Guild responsibilities. The gallery is open monday through Friday 8 30 . To 5 . And saturday 10 . To 4 . For additional information Call 903-737-9699. Pc from p.1 quot this is a significant Way to show that you Honor and support these individuals quot said institutional advancement alumni affairs director Derald bulls. Quot it is a unique Way to carry Forward a legacy in their to help Honor these individuals by contributing to the endowment fund Contact the institutional advancement office at 903-782-0276 or 903-782-0291. Other activities Over the weekend include the pc drama department presentation quot school House rocks live quot to be performed in the Ray Larrer theatre at 7 . Friday. The pc class of 1960 will also gather Friday evening. Saturday morning alumni and friends have their annual business meeting at 9 . In the Mclemore student Center cafeteria. Following at 10 . Are reunion group meetings participants Are asked to bring their yearbooks and photos to the student Center room 205. From 10-10 50 ., a trolley ride tour of Paris is scheduled departing from the student Center. A memorial service is set for 11 . In Deshong Chapel followed by the distinguished alumni luncheon. At 2 30 ., a ceremony honouring six individuals named to the academic Hall of Honor in the student Center is set to begin. Duwayne Wirta John quot Dick quot House Marva Joe Mark Hudson or. Michael d. Miesch or. And Kelly Baxley Are to be honoured. The ceremony also features a history of the Hall of Honor provided by vice president of academics Dwight Chaney. On saturday afternoon. Combined insurance associates inc. Walil whig 2735 be Loop 286 903-784-5088 x22 a special having just in time for Deer season now. Thru Cylinder refills bring your bottles by and get $400discount on any size Looper propane a a we do full service Gas plumbing Paris a 903-785-6461 Clarksville a 303-427-2425cooper�?� 903-395-2124 Honey grove�?�903-378-2772 3015 s. Church a Paris read the Paris news online at the women s basketball team plays against Carl Albert at 4 . In the Hunt Center followed by the men s basketball game also against Carl Albert at 6 . 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