RPA Hosts Friday Night After Party for Marian Golden Grads Reunion

GGlogo gold 300x206The reunion was great. Many thanks to Marian and especially Nancy Casey making the planning a breeze. If anyone has additional pictures, I'd be glad to add them in. Eveyone missed those that couldn't make it. There was a lot of reminiscing and catching up on lives. I'll keep the FB page up and if anyone has any updates to share I can post in an email newsletter as well. Love all you guys and thanks for all the memories.

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Introducing the Art of Tam Kwan Yuen

Profile Pic best thmbTam Kwan Yuen is an award-winning artist working primarily in watercolors. 

Tam 's works have been regularly selected into international juried shows and have won several awards. In April 2016, his painting, "Good Morning, NYC!" has won the JAN GARY and WILLIAM D. GORMAN MEMORIAL AWARD in the prestigious 149th Annual International Exhibition of American Watercolor Society (AWS), in the historic Salmagundi Club, New York City, from April 4-24, and selected for the Travel Exhibition 2016 - 2017. In December 2015, his painting, "Turkish Delights", was accepted into the Shenzhen International Watercolor Biennial 2015-16 and exhibited in the Shenzhen Art Museum. His works have been featured in art publications, including the 17th Issue of the Art of Watercolor Magazine and selected as Winner in North Light Books' Splash 18: Value | Light + Dark Issue edited by Rachel Rubin Wolf. 

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Let's Not Forget Puerto Rico over the Holidays

marissaeymanNot long ago in a conversation with Dan Bartels, Principal of OPS Alfonza W. Davis Middle School, Marissa Eyman, a student at the school, was brought to our attention. After reading and watching the horrific news relating to the tragedy of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico, Marissa wanted to do something to help. Because she is passionate about art she decided what better way to honor and gain support for Puerto Rico than to create a painting. 

Her hand drawn 16x20 acrylic is a representation of Puerto Rico before and ader the devastating Hurricane Maria. On the left of the painting you will see a representation of Old San Juan of Puerto Rico before the hurricane struck. The main character, the sato street dog, in a shirt with a Puerto Rican flag in the shape of a heart, is seen happily walking around its beloved town. She is enjoying the day surrounded by the beauty of Puerto Rico.

Whereas on the right the painting shows the town, once very beautiful, but now completely devastated by the storm. Hurricane Maria, a category 4 hurricane, hit Puerto Rico on Wednesday, September 20 at 150mph. Victims described the storm as a "giant tornado."

The Sato portrays the emotions that many Puerto Ricans felt at the moment. But the real main characters are Puerto Rico and its citizens, illustrated by the pride depicted on the left and the pain on the right. 

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