Saturday, January 3, 2009

AAG January Meeting — Robert Girandola

Happy New Year! The first monthly AAG meeting will be Friday January 16th 2009 from 7-9pm at the barn studio of Jeff Martin Photography 78 N. Main St. Allentown, NJ. This meeting will feature Guest Speaker - TAWA President/Artist Robert Girandola. Mr. Girandola grew up in Allentown and now works as a Color Scientist as well as manages his sucessful art career. He works in many mediums including but not limited to paint, charcoal, sculpture, and bronze. *Reminder - Due to last month's weather cancellation, please bring your Secret Santa Exhange to this meeting! Guest fee: $10 per person (must call to sign up as space is limited)


Robert Girandola said...

Thank you for the posting and invitation! I look forward to coming to my home town that I love very much - and pretty much drive through every weekend to visit my parents. I plan on sharing some of my latest work which is a rather wide variety of different materials including leaves, peat moss, rocks, concrete, wire, clay, etc - and talk about my 'dream' inspirations.

Anonymous said...

We are so excited to have you! Can't wait to see your latest creations!

Anonymous said...

You are in for a treat. Ever since Robert was a child he created art. He plastered Tammy Diachenko's art closet with Disney characters. He painted a forty foot wall at his alma mater with a mural of a modern day Christ and apostles. The walls of our home are filled with Robert's early paintings, one which is a replica of Rembrandt's Old Man. He ran smack into that painting at the Hermitage in Russia when he was on a mission to exchange art with Russian artists. Along the way he witnessed the tearing down of the Berlin Wall. Yes, I am a proud Daddy. His career in Art is really only starting and he has piles of paintings, even ones I don't understand that grew out of his MFA at Columbia University. Robert is a delightful boy and thinker. His wife and three children adore him. Now what artist ever had the opportunity to have traffic stopped both ways in the Holland Tunnel in New York City when his bronze sculpture was placed in a firehouse at ground zero? But Robert will tell you all of that. See you Friday. robert's dad