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  2. Hello Felicia, I'm not sure what you are asking. The website is only editable by website administrators, there's no ability to drag and drop. If you go to the Artists Index you will see a list of the artists who have submitted. The names of artist who haven't submitted will eventually be added but those who make an effort are the priority https://www.torpedofactoryartists.com/artist-roster I made a page for you that includes whatever info you were able to supply. You will be getting an email shortly that will ask for edits you want to text and website and social media link etc, so keep an eye out for that. https://www.torpedofactoryartists.com/participants/felicia-belair-rigdon
  3. You can find at the TFAA-Torpedo Factory Artists Association- page on Facebook. U can also contact Min-
  4. Hello- Is it possible for me to access the TFAA site to post images and brief info similar to the current TFAC Artists registry listing? As U know, I found the Submissions format difficult. Would it be possible to 'drag and drop' onto U'r existing page? Thanks, again. Felicia Belair-Rigdon- Still wanting a presence- here. www.internationalsocietyofassemblageandcollageartists.org
  5. Help staffing the gallery for our guest artists! The association won't grow without involvement and consideration from our membership! Please consider signing up for a shift to keep the doors open! SIGN UP HERE
  6. Torpedo Factory Artists Association Regional Painting Competition, July 23 - August 22, 2021 Torpedo Factory Artists @ Mosaic Satellite Space : 105 District Avenue, Fairfax VA 22031 Open to 2D artists residing or working in Virginia, Washington DC, Maryland, West Virginia, Delaware and Pennsylvania working in watercolor, oil, ink, gouache, acrylic, encaustic and mixed media. Juror: Phil Hutinet, Publisher, East City Art Juror Awards: $ 750 Best in Show, sponsored by FrameMasters $ 500 Second Place, sponsored by Rhonda Campbell Perry of Campbell Residential Group $ 150 Third place, sponsored by Capitol Hill Art League (CHAL) $100 Best Watercolor in Show, sponsored by Potomac Valley Watercolorists Honorable Mention Certificates Awarded by Juror SUBMIT TODAY!
  7. Hi Felicia. This forum is brand spanking new, so new that there is minimal activity and its not quite set up. I just happen to see this while trying to get the forum set up. If you are getting the weekly artists newsletter there is a link there to submit a proposal for shows at the tfaa galleries. If you are not getting the weekly email, double check your spam, and send an email to admin@torpedofactoryartists.com to request your email be added. In the meantime, here is the link to submit a proposal https://forms.gle/iyGDMkRRyzeXKqRf7 I don't know the schedule or whether we will still have that space come dec bc of the city. There are gallery staffing and commission requirements. thanks!
  8. I want to know who is the coordinator of shows esp. for the December one in the Van Landingham Gallery. I have recently reupped to the TFAA for just this type of opportunity. Please advise: belairart@gmail.com FELICIA
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    DETAILS Does your mind's eye see a swirl of colors, a collage of shapes when listening to music? Does music play in your head when captivated by a work of art? Does color have sound and sound have color? Do musical compositions inspire visual compositions? Each color is defined scientifically as well as societally. We think of red as a loud alarm, blaring warning or stop sign. But it can be as comforting as a heartbeat or a roaring fire. It's actual wavelength is the longest, but with a low frequency. It has less energy, but travels fastest. Its complement, green, is a whisper, a cooling breeze in the forest, a verdant field stretching for miles in the sun or the crisp snap of brand-new paper currency. To give the green light to something is to allow it to proceed and move forward. In this exhibition our TFAA artists share with you their interpretation of "Colour of Sound". eb8pm5v2.bmp
  14. I am interested in becoming a TFAA member. Please let me know about your member benefits. Thank you
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