January 2019

February 9 2019 Meeting – Color Mixing Kits

Our next guild meeting will be Saturday, February 9, 2019 from 1:30-4:30 p.m. in the New Day Church of the Nazarene.  Address is 5949 NW 39th Expressway.  North side of the street just West of MacArthur on 39th.

This month we will be learning about color mixing and working on mixing color samples.  Everyone will receive a copy of Cheryl Reich’s Color Mixing  with Kato Polyclay.  Everyone will get a total of 204 recipes and as many samples of those colors as we can get completed.  This retailed for $65.  This book is no longer going to be published so this is the last chance to get a copy. 

All you will need to bring is a work surface, pasta machine and a blade to cut clay, everything else will be provided.  If you want to bring a rubber mallet or any Kato Polyclay you have (including the concentrates) it would be helpful but isn’t necessary. 

January 2019 meeting – Bottles of Hope

Our next guild meeting will be Saturday, January 12, 2019 from 1:30-4:30 p.m. in the Contemporary Arts Center at the fairgrounds.

This month we will be making little bottles of hope as a group.  Bring whatever you need to make as many bottles as we can for donation!  We will have some bottles to cover or you can bring your own.

Announcements

  • This is inchie month, with a theme of Winter.
  • We will have our bimonthly drawing, so if you won something last time, bring something this time!
  • We will be electing a new secretary.
  • Time to pay our guild dues of $24 for the year.
  • Retreat registration will be announced.

Minutes for December 15, 2018

(Date of meeting was rescheduled from 12/8/18 due to forecasted winter storm)

Called to order at 1:30 pm by President Betty Bolerjack

12 members in attendance

 

Show and Tell:

The images are posted on our Facebook and Yahoo pages

Yahoo pages https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/OKPolyClay/photos/photostream

Our facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/okpolyclay/?fref=ts

 

Program: This was the annual Christmas Party. Dirty Santa gift exchange. Pictures can be viewed at the above websites.

 

Business Meeting:Minutes of the November 10, 2018 meeting were approved after a Motion by Tom Gibson and a second by Katherine Barnes

 

Vice President –   Shirley Conway presented the schedule for the following months:

January 2019 – Bottles of Hope

February 2019 – Cheryl – Kato color kits

March 2019 – Laura – Translucent cane

April 2019 – Retreat

Still looking for volunteers to do programs for May, June and July.

August 2019 – Kathy Luli

Treasurer – LeeAnn Kelley

Balance: $6885.84       Membership: 33 paid members

Memberships expire this month and renewals are due in January. Can pay by PayPal.

Bottle of Hope CoordinatorTom Gibson reports we still need more Bottles of Hope

Librarian – Jane Linn: last issue of Polymer Arts was received and will now be receiving Polymer Studio. Discussion occurred re: any new resources to purchase. Laura Clarkson reported she has Christi Friesen’s new book, “Do You See What I See.” Might be something we would want.   Will bring it to the January meeting.

Old Business:

Retreat – Tom Gibson: Tom reported the venue has been secured and Eugena Topina will be the guest artist

Yukon Library Display: Connie volunteered to be in charge of organizing the display. Will send out email with details for those wishing to bring items directly to the library.

New Business:

Group Communication: Betty has concerns about how to communicate quickly with all members. Discussion occurred regarding some having difficulty receiving communication notices when messages are posted in the Yahoo Group. Tom said he and Myra are administrators for the Group. An Ad Hoc Committee was appointed to explore options – Betty, Connie and Cheryl.

Drawing: Discussed the # of bags has increased. Was decided that next month, those who won more than one bag at the November drawing would only provide one bag for the drawing. January will be a drawing month. Those who won in November are Laura, Tom and Connie.

Inchies: Inchie exchange is also in January. Theme is Winter.

 

Submitted by: Laura Clarkson, Secretary COPCG