FALC members' meetings are held on the fourth Thursday of each month, except in August, November and December, at the Cary Arts Center.
Meetings consist of announcements, any FALC business issues and a guest presenter who gives a demonstration or presents on an art-related topic.
Refer to the web page for each meeting for a brief review of previous meetings and preview of upcoming meetings.
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October monthly meeting
The October monthly meeting will be held on Thursday, October 26, 2017 at 7:30 PM at the Cary Arts Center.
Bob Rankin. Bob is scheduled to critique the work of FALC members.
Bob critiques members' work every year and it is always a popular event. Members can bring ONE piece of artwork for critique.
Be sure to sign in to get your name on the list for the critique.
Bob Rankin is an award-winning acrylic artist, accomplished in depicting the landscape in a traditional manner, then taking it through a range of interesting abstractions to create a finished work. Drawing on his experiences and journeys of exploration around the world, Bob's work reflects a wide range of color relationships, surface treatments and the excitement of discovery.
As a result, his paintings are both vivid in color and high in energy. With an extensive background in art education, Bob Rankin has studied art and art history with the American Institute of Foreign Study, spending time in Paris, Amsterdam, Rome, Florence, Venice and Athens. His work has been featured in many exhibitions, including Macy's Gallery in New York, the International Invitational in Marrakesh, Morocco, and numerous One Man Shows throughout his home state of North Carolina.
In addition to these impressive credentials, Bob has also been honored with numerous awards, including the North Carolina NCAEA Secondary Art Educator of the Year Award and the Raleigh Medal of Arts Award. Bob is also a five-time winner of "Best in the Triangle", a special contest in Spectator Magazine which focuses on the culture and art of the Raleigh, Durham and Chapel Hill area in North Carolina.
Visit the Bob Rankin web site.