Starting 2021 with a Bang!
Public Health Guidance
Following the public health guidance from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), California Department of Public Health, and the Sacramento County Public Health Department, the City of Folsom announced it has canceled or postponed events, programs, and classes until further notice.
Unfortunately, the following FAA events have been canceled:
Updates to the FAA Bylaws were approved by our members at the July 16, 2019 meeting. View the summary of the changes and a link to the full text of the bylaws.
FAA Members Show
The FAA is excited to announce ‘It’s an Abstract World’ Members Show at the Community Gallery at 48 Natoma in Folsom. The theme challenges FAA member artists to explore the joys of artistic freedom — whether via ‘abstraction’ or through a ‘looser’ rendering of their art.
It’s an Abstract World
Community Gallery at 48 Natoma
January 22 to March 25, 2021
The Gallery at 48 Natoma will be open for in-person retail shopping Tuesdays and Fridays 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Additional in-person shopping available by appointment – 916-461-6601 – Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4:45 p.m.
The exhibit is online – Enjoy! Available works may be purchased by contacting the gallery.
FAA Members Exhibit
The FAA is kicking off 2021 with their first art exhibit of the year. The Art League of Lincoln has invited members to display their artwork in the City Hall Rotunda Gallery in Lincoln.
The exhibit will open for in-person viewing at City Hall in Lincoln, Rotunda Gallery from January 7 to February 25, at 600 Sixth Street, downtown Lincoln.
The exhibit is online – Enjoy! Available works may be purchased by contacting the artists directly.
The Folsom Historic District is looking for local artists to participate in a monthly 'Art Hop'. The event takes place the first Saturday of each month, starting February 6, 2021. Merchants will host an artist inside their business from 4 to 8 p.m. Artists will have a 5 x 5 space to set up - NO FEE to participate.
In addition, the 700 block will be closed from Friday afternoon at 2 p.m. to Tuesday morning at 7 a.m. to accommodate outside dining.
For details and to reserve your space, contact Carolyn Soriano from the Folsom Historic District.
We have started a Facebook group called FAA – Staying Connected. The intent of the group is to share what you have been working on, share resources that other members might find useful and anything else that will bolster our connectivity.
For those not on Facebook
Share a photo of your current work with other members by sending an image of your work to email@example.com. Include a brief description or comment and a website link (if you have one) and let’s “Stay Connected!”
Welcome to the FAA
Cultivating and supporting art appreciation is the force guiding the Folsom Arts Association. The diversity of arts in our group leads to spirited discussions with lots of laughs. We’re a group that enjoys getting together.
The Folsom Arts Association hosts monthly Artist Demonstrations (3rd Tuesday) at The Gallery at 48 Natoma Street in Folsom. Workshops and Art Camps are held in the Folsom area and Art Classes, Workshops, and Shows are taught by members of the association throughout the year.
STYLE MAGAZINE and other publications … Featuring FAA Members
Sandy Hilton, Leo Songco, Marie Gonzales, Michael Corlew, William Lum, Michiyo Harrigan, Carol Quinn, Kamlika Chandla, Kathleen Noble, Erick Ortega, Allison Carlos, Maliheh Bartolomeo, Kaaren Krueger, Jerry and Jeannie Courter, Susan Hogg, Sandie Zang, Phawnda Moore, Kevin Mount, Ruby Pacheco, Jenny Briggs, Lynne Edwards, Lori Anderson, Sutter Street Artist Gallery, Jeanine Robb, Jodi Queenan, Bonita Gohler, Tauni Fessler, Mary Lou Dales, Randy Honerlah, Kirk Miller, Kritika Bala, Sherry Reynolds Blackard, Janeen Meyer-Johanson, Mae Christensen, Vicki Foote, Gene McKinnon, Joyce Auteri, Lori Anderson, Charlie Asher, Carol Wittich
Boomer Sacramento, November 2019, Happy Medium Spotlight on Local Artists (starts on page 41): Linda Heath Clark, Randy Honerlah, Philip Lachapelle, Oranne Eichorn, Joyce Auteri