NOTES FROM THE BOARD
The Pomona Valley Art Association Board of Directors held it’s March 2014 meeting at Marie Callender’s in Claremont.
Mr. Thomas Canavan, the new Arts Center Manager for the Millard Sheets Center for the Arts was a guest speaker and outlined his role and some of the directions and changes occurring for the Millard Sheets Center for the Arts.
We are very proud to announce we have a new PVAA Recording Secretary, Laura Mallory, who has taken on this much needed role. Laura, as you may know, also provides our website service through her own business, The Woven Web. Laura is a long time member, Board member, past (and hopefully future) Gallery SOHO exhibiting artist. Thank you Laura.
The Board made some operational decisions, including a change in our credit card services to help use our finances more judiciously.
Reports were given from our Treasurer, Membership, Gallery SOHO and events chairpersons. Good news is the PVAA is on a positive financial footing. While we do have some long term goals and projects that we need benefactors to achieve, we are providing for our current projects and expenses. All due to the generosity of those members and gallery exhibitors that provide many hours and much effort in keeping the PVAA a viable organization working toward our goal of bringing art to the community.
For more detailed information, please see a Board member, or (after approval) the BOD March 2014 minutes.
PVAA Board of Directors
March 2014 Monthly Show Winning Entries
Many thanks to our March judge, Danny Williams (Owner of California Media Group).
Danny is a graduate of Ohio University with a BFA (Bachelor in Fine Arts) Degree.
A professional photographer since 1982, he has operated a business since 1987.
Danny has worked in Miami Florida and Los Angeles. He currently operates California Media Group, a photography media business in Arcadia, CA. specializing in commercial photography and graphics used for advertising, catalogues, print ads and product packaging.
Artistically Danny paints as well as photographs his subjects.
His take on things: “Life is a wondrous thing that too often only artists are able to see”