The Art Junket

A gathering of artists


Series 2

November 2015 – May 2016

Salon 2.5 – Zen

David Dallas. August 2016.

The final soirée of the second series of the Art Junket was held on Sunday, August 28, 2016. Hosted by Mary Louise Harrington’s in Hayward, California – the soirée was attended by artists, Tony Jones, Stacey Kaiser, Mary Louise Harrington, Katie Fitzmahan, David Dallas, Erin Mahollitz, and Maureen Fitzmahan.  We were pleased to welcome Kay Adamson, a founder member.  Ana Perches and Lorren Butterwick were not able to attend.

See you at the Gallery Show!

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Salon 2.4 – Poetry

photos ©Kaitlin Fitzmahan and Maureen Fitzmahan

June 26, 2016.

Tony Jones painted a mural on a boring wall and made it much more interesting.  Ana ruined a perfectly good poem, painted about it,made us think, and brought depth to our conversation.  Katie turned her painting upside down and we liked it so much better. David threw together some garbage, put it on a board, and everyone liked it.  Mary Louise wrote a poem about a turtle and tangled it.  Stacey found some sunshine, painted it, and brought it to us.  Maureen took a photo of a piece of grass, framed it, and called it art. We reached a high level of fun, collaboration, and art at the fourth meeting of the second Series of The Art Junket.  The event was produced and directed by artist and event planner, Erin Mahollitz.  It was attended by artists: Ana Perches, Tony Jones, Katie Fitzmahan, Stacey Kaiser, David Dallas, Mary Louise Harrington, and Maureen Fitzmahan.

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Salon 2.3 – Angles

photos ©Kaitlin Fitzmahan and Maureen Fitzmahan

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Salon 2.2 – BED

The 2nd Art Junket of Series 2 met on Sunday, February 24, 2016.  It was an elegant soirée, meeting at Ana Perches’ home.  The level of work produced by the artists has reached a new level of excellence.

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Salon 2.1 – ENIGMA

The Art Junket gathered on November 15th in Berkeley, California for the first soirée of their second series. Two new artists joined the group, Stacey Kaiser and Tony Jones.  Although enigma had been a challenging theme, the artists embraced the opportunity to take risks, change direction, raise doubts, and ultimately create fine pieces of art. Continue reading “Salon 2.1 – ENIGMA”

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