The Mansfield Art Association’s First Annual Fine Arts Gallery Night was a HUGE success. The public turned out by the hundreds and thoroughly enjoyed a well-planned and coordinated event. Thank you to all MAA artists for your support and participation in each phase of this project. Editors from the Arlington Today magazine published photos from the Gallery Night in the August 2019 edition. Below are the pictures they published.
The Fort-Worth Star-Telegram picked up the story about our Artists of the Month for February! They wrote:
”Winners of the February Artist of the Month drawing include: First place – Bill Quick, “Bear in Bodie,” digital art, displayed at Hilltop Bicycle Center on Main Street; runner-up, second place – Rick Sales, “Wagon Wheel,” pencil drawing, displayed at Hearth Cafe in Tom Thumb shopping center; runners-up third place, tie, Mary Norris Johnson, “Black and White Forest,” acrylic, Paisley Grace on Main Street, and James Coffelt, “Clockwork Owl,” digital art, Hilltop Bicycle Center.
Winning pieces will be displayed until March 18. The group will meet 6:30–8:30 p.m. March 18 at the Chris Burkett Service Center, 620 S. Wisteria.
Visit the association website at www.mansfieldart.org for more information.”
The Arlington Visual Arts Association will present a Cold Wax Demonstration by Telise Rodelv on Monday, March 11th, 2019 from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m.
This demonstration will be at the Bob Duncan Community Center, 2800 South Center Street,
Here is a link to her website:
The Mansfield Art Association (MAA) encourages all our members to participate in the March Arts Week, organized and facilitated by the Mansfield Commission for the Arts (MCA).
The MCA, a separate entity from the MAA, is responsible for the conception and the implementation of all events and activities of the Arts Week. The Mansfield Art Association has not been involved in coordinating or planning of the Arts Week.
The MAA apologizes for any misconceptions that may have arisen by our web site posts that asked for participation by MAA members. The MAA respects and appreciates the time and effort by the MCA involved in bringing such an event to Mansfield.
A sister art association is have their
2019 Call for Entries,
43rd Annual Regional Juried Art Exhibit
Find information at http://www.arlingtonvisualarts.com/exhibitions.html
February 4th - April 8th
Reception, February 22nd, 2019 from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m.
Bob Duncan Community Center Art Room
2800 South Center Street, Arlington, Texas 76014
Please check the show dates and be sure that a piece you enter into the AVAA show has not been entered in another show whose dates conflict with our dates. Artwork selected for the AVAA Show is expected to hang throughout the entire exhibition.
Not all entries can be accepted into this show due to limited exhibit space. The Juror's charge is to select a varied show which includes a variety of media, art styles and subject matter. Artists may exclude their work from being considered for an award if they wish.
Exhibitors must be 18 years of age or older.
1. Works on paper or mounted on sub-straight
2. Photography including work on canvas, glass or metal
3. Works on Canvas, excluding Photographs
4. 3-dimensional works: sculpture, hand-wheeled pottery, jewelry, mixed media wall hangings
(all fees are non-refundable)
$10.00 per entry with a limit of three (3) entries.
Memberships (Individual): $25.00
Family/Husband & Wife: $25.00+$10.00 or $35.00
Art Receiving Day: Intake Day
Monday, February 4th, from 4:00 to 9:00 p.m.
All entries must be hand delivered to the Bob Duncan Center.
Fees paid by cash or check
Entry fees must be paid upon entry. For further information, call
Kathy Kline, 817-692-5987 or Ann Webb, 281-705-7033
We had a wonderful time at our first official monthly meeting! Turnout was great, and James Spurlock IMPRESSED us with his skills and his very practical tips, especially his mad skills in color mixing. See our blog, here on this website under NEWS, for information for the outcomes of our first ever Artist of the Month contest. Thanks again to our Parks Department for allow us the use of the meeting room in the Chris Burkett Center!
At our January meeting, we selected our first Artists of the Month. Artists who wished to participate each brought a piece to enter, artist’s names were hidden with tape, all the pieces were then displayed, and the membership voted by secret ballot on their choices for first, second and third places.
Congratulations go out to Dave Goodwin, the first ever MAA Artist of the Month, for "Golden Girl” (photography), which is now on display at the Hilltop Bicycle Center on Main Street in Downtown Mansfield.
Patti Wilkinson received Runner-up, 2nd Place for her oil painting “Fall’s Glory” which is on display at the Hearth Cafe (in the Tom Thumb shopping center at Hwy 287 and Country Club Rd).
Mary Norris placed 3rd for her mixed media painting, “The Old Mill Stream” which may be viewed at the Paisley Grace Boutique on N. Main Street.
We will be issuing press releases shortly to the Star Telegram and Mansfield Magazine.
November 13, 2018
MAA artists and friends met this afternoon to hang pieces (for sale!) at The Off The Grid Gallery in Downtown Mansfield. Fun times!
Artists now showing on The Grid include: James Coffelt, Meline Davalos, Dave Goodwin, Suzie McNeill Goodwin, Jacy Kennedy, Eddie & Mary Elizabeth Phillips, Linda Roman and Rick Sales.
The OTGG is located inside Dirty Job Brewing at 117 North Main Street. This community gallery is a joint effort of Downtown Mansfield, Inc. and Dirty Job Brewing.
Happy November to current and future MAA members!
Exciting news for Mansfield artists to display their work during the months of November and December! If you are interested in hanging/displaying your art at the Off the Grid Gallery located on Main Street in Downtown Mansfield, please let Suzie Goodwin know at email@example.com.
The main goal of the Mansfield Art Association is to support visual artists and what better way than to display your artwork to art lovers and prospective customers. Information also will be provided to promote our first regular MAA meeting on January 21, 2019.