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1 2016 Directory

2 Introduction OUR BEGINNING The of Atlanta, Georgia was founded in July 1974 for the purpose of pursuing the goals of the National Society of Decorative Painters (). General Meetings of the Chapter are held bi-monthly, where Members meet to exchange ideas and information relating to the diverse forms of decorative painting. Chapter Members enjoy painting following the Meetings in the form of short classes taught by a Member. Activities throughout the year include: our annual March Paint-In during which our Teachers and students enjoy three-days of learning and teaching; our December Luncheon where each Member brings a handpainted ornament to be donated to Children's Hospital for children confined during the holidays; off-month one-day Seminars taught by the Member-Teachers of our Chapter; and Seminars taught by National Teachers. We support several local charities and join many other Chapters in the nation by participating in the Memory Box program. The contributes to the encouragement of sharing in the joy of decorative painting through social and educational gatherings. 1

3 2 Past Presidents Pat Whitlock Marguerite Embrey Bette Byrd Kay Lynn Leise Janice Naylor Carolyn Ghee 2003 Ruth Murphy Janice Kowalski Alice Johnson Gail Cummins Martha Horton 1985 Marguerite Embrey Nadine Childs 1986 Susan Raine Winola Wood 1987 Lynda Gaddy Kay Lynn Leise Vesta Dalia 1990 Janice Smith 1991 Carolyn Blanton Phillip Myer Patricia Worrell Barbara Trettel Golden Pallet Award Introduction Ruth Thomas 1984 Jane Opp 2001 Peggy Cannon 1985 Carolyn Blanton 2002 Janice Naylor 1987 Sherrill Lang 2003 Bette Byrd 1988 Chickie Zinnanti 2004 Martha Horton 1988 Rose Whittingham 2005 Vesta Dalia 1989 Barbara Trettel 2006 Kay Lynn Leise 1990 Jan Kowalski 2007 Nadine Childs 1991 Sandra Carroll 2008 Kathryn Abna 1992 Bette Marken 2009 Jean Schell 1993 Bev Tye 2010 Janice Smith 1994 Martha Primm 2010 Nancy Bossert 1995 Doreen Buckley 2011 Lucile Jenkins 1996 Nancy Free 2012 Joyce Yarbrough 1997 Gail Cummins 2013 Marguerite Embrey 1998 Susan Bungenstock 2015 Pat Palmer 1999 Charter Members (First Meeting July 1974) Janice Naylor Eloise S. Pino

4 Introduction MEETINGS ARE THE SECOND SATURDAY OF EVERY OTHER MONTH: JANUARY, MARCH, MAY, JULY, SEPTEMBER, NOVEMBER 2016 Executive Board President: Marguerite Embrey (770) st Vice President: Faye Webster (706) nd Vice President: Kathy Cutlip (706) Secretary: Treasurer: Newsletter Editor: Malissa Hays (770) Barbara Ferguson (770) Susan Bungenstock (678)

5 2016 Committee Chairs Introduction Audit: Susan Raine (770) Birthday Raffle: Sherrill Lang (770) Holiday Luncheon: Sunshine: Fundraiser: Ethics & Parliamentarian: Sherrill Lang / Marguerite Embrey (770) Bev Tye (770) Susan Bungenstock C: (678) Georgia State Joyce Yarbrough Fair: (770) Library: Membership: Joyce Yarbrough (770) Jane Merry (678)

6 Memory Boxes: Sandy Carroll (770) Nominating: Paint-In 2017: Decorations: Door Prizes & Raffle: Registration: Teachers: Golden Palette: Hospitality 2016: January March May July Lynda Gaddy (770) Chapter Members Susan Bungenstock / Gail Cummins / (678) / (770) September November January 2017 Susan Bungenstock (678) Paint-In Sherrill Lang / Marguerite Embrey The Board Bev Tye Pam Lowry / Sue Raine 5 Introduction

7 Introduction Photographer/ Scrapbook: Proof reader News: Librarian: Tole Taker: Doreen Buckley Susan Bungenstock (678) Joyce Yarborough (770) Sandy Carroll (770)

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9 A DJ Andrus (05- ) 6005 Addington Drive Acworth, GA (404) B Sue Bailey (03-02) 2150 McDuffie Road Austell, GA (770) Doreen Buckley (08-09) 2680 Woodbine Hill Way Norcross, GA (770) Susan Bungenstock (05-23) 2981 Windrose Drive Marietta, GA H: (770) C: (678) Bette Bush (01-22) 4939 Laurel Spring Drive Roswell, GA H: (770) C: (770) C Sandy Carroll (12-25) 312 Chattahoochee Way Woodstock, GA (770) Susan Coffin (12-28) 818 Richmond Circle Peachtree City, GA H: (770) C: (770) Members Dianne Conner (02-26) 112 Ridge Brooke Lane Douglasville, GA (770) Bobbie Corey (04-21) 218 Stone Park Drive Woodstock, GA (678) Vesta Crowder (02-19) 3481 Blanton Mill Road Williamson, GA (770) Gail Cummins (05-04) 125 Deep Hollow Court Fayetteville, GA H: (770) C: (404) Kathy Cutlip (10-21) 810 Indian Cave Road #8197 Ellijay, GA H: (706) C: (678) D Sheryl Dawes (08-15) 370 Lake Manor Trace Johns Creek, GA H: (678) E Marguerite Embrey (02-21) Highway 100 North Franklin, GA H: (770) C: (678)

10 Members Mary Erwin (05-23) 102 Rosewood Lane Cumming, GA (770) F Lauran Fechte (03-14) 2245 Spencers Way Stone Mountain, GA H: (770) W: (404) Barbara Ferguson (09/22) 2841 Interlaken Drive Marietta, GA H: (770) C: (404) Nancy Free (11-18) 1670 Mountain Trace Canton, GA H: (770) G Lynda Gaddy (11-18) 533 Hickory Ridge Road Jackson, GA H: (770) H Cindy Harden (04-11) 58 Shoal Creek Drive Sharpsburg, GA C: (678) Malissa Hays (07-27) 5200 Old Gaydon Road Powder Springs, GA (770) Jo Ann Holbrook (01-21) 5885 Castleberry Road Cumming, GA H: (770) J Arlee Jenkins (10-01) 125 Village Court Woodstock, GA C: (401) Janet Johnson (10-13) Carrissa Trail Alpharetta, GA (770) Janice Johnson (08-20) 6168 Deans Way Morrow, GA H: (770) Rhonda Goodman (11/19) 4647 Cardinal Ridge Way Flowery Branch, GA H: (912)

11 K Julie Kubicki (09-01) 6070 Heritage Manor Dr. Cumming, GA H: (770) Members L Sherrill Lang (11-15) 130 Nature's Path Tyrone, GA H: (770) Kay Lynn Leise (12-07) 244 Horizon Hill Newnan, GA (770) Pamela Lowry (07-22) 302 Haskin Knoll Peachtree City, GA (770) M Bette Marken (10-22) 308 Relative Trail McDonough, GA H: (770) W:(404) Nancy Merck (01-26) 1821 Dorminey Court Lawrenceville, GA H: (770) C: (404)

12 Jane Merry (07-06) 3070 Wendwood Drive Marietta, GA (678) Nancy Morgan (12-20) 3531 Skyline Terrace SW Marietta, GA C: (678) O Jane Opp (02-23) 704 Chalk Court Peachtree City, GA (770) P Vicki Patterson (05-05) 1415 Reed Lane Woodstock, GA (770) Eloise Pino (07-11) 614 Boldercrest Drive SW Marietta, GA (678) Members Q Mickey Quarles (10-27) 6648 Windwood Circle Douglasville, GA H: (770) C: (770) R Norma Rabideau (06-23) 137 Homestead Drive Dallas, GA H: (678) Susan Raine (12-19) 101 Journey s End Peachtree City, GA H: (770) C: (678) Judy Robertson (11-14) 6581 Dunwoody Trail Austell, GA H: (770) C: (770)

13 Members S Velma Sweatman (04-03) 4950 Bay Circle Cumming, GA H: (770) SDP# T Cookie Trent (07-08) 175 River Terrace Court Roswell, GA (772) Beverly Tye (05-21) 2264 Valley Creek Circle Snellville, GA H:(770) Norma Wolleat (10-24) 1474 Stark Road Jackson, GA Y Joyce Yarbrough (02-08) 5185 Castleberry Road Cumming, GA (770) V Jackie Voorhees (06-28) 32 Legends Way Hiram, GA (678) W Faye Webster (09-22) Big Canoe Big Canoe, GA H: (706) C: (678) Linda Witmond (04-11) 3605 River Ferry Drive Alpharetta, GA H: (770)

14 ADDITIONS Members 15

15 17 Members

16 Teachers Sue Bailey 2150 McDuffie Road Austell, GA (770) Marguerite Embrey Hwy 100 North Franklin, GA (770) Eloise Pino 614 Boldercrest Drive SW Marietta, GA (678) Joyce Yarbrough 5185 Castleberry Road Cumming, GA (770) Sherrill Lang 130 Nature's Path Tyrone, GA (770) Jane Opp 704 Chalk Court Peachtree City, GA (770)

17 21 Members

18 Meeting Places MABLE HOUSE ART CENTER 5239 Floyd Road SW Mableton, GA (770) From I On I West, get off at South Cobb Drive (Exit15) and go North on South Cobb Drive. Turn left onto the East West Connector (approx. 4 th traffic light). Once on the East West Connector, turn left at the traffic light for Fontaine Road. At the first traffic light on Fontaine Road (gas station on the right) turn right onto Floyd Road. The Mable House is on the right, just beyond the first traffic light you come to once you are on Floyd Road. There is a Mable House sign at the entrance and a center turn lane. Plenty of parking. The National Museum of Decorative Painting 1406 Woodmont Lane Atlanta, GA (404) From the NORTH: I-75 south toward Atlanta. Take Exit 252 Howell Mill Road/Northside Dr. Take the Howell Mill Road ramp. Turn right on Howell Mill Road. Turn right onto Chattahoochee Ave, NW. Go 1 mile and turn slight left onto Woodmont Ln, NW. Museum is on the left. From the SOUTH: I-75 north toward Atlanta. Take Exit 252B Howell Mill Road. Take a left onto Howell Mill Road. Turn right onto Chattahoochee Ave, NW. Go 1 mile and turn slight left onto Woodmont Ln, NW. Museum is on the left. 23

19 25 Members

20 By-Laws and Standing Rules ARTICLE I - NAME The name of this non-profit organization shall be Dogwood Chapter. It is an affiliated Chapter of The National Society of Tole and Decorative Painters, Inc. ARTICLE II - OBJECTIVES The objectives of this Chapter shall be: Section 1. Section 2. Section 3. Section 4. Section 5. Section 6. Section 7. To provide a Meeting ground for those who are interested in Tole and Decorative Painting. To upgrade Tole and Decorative Painting through education and communication. To conduct educational workshops, Seminars, study trips, group study Seminars in our area, and to broaden the Members' knowledge and experience in Tole and Decorative Painting. To hold exhibits for educational purposes of Tole and Decorative Painting produced by Members. To hold or sponsor attendance at exhibits of Tole and Decorative Painting for educational purposes. To work with The National Society of Tole and Decorative Painters, Inc. and other Chapters to upgrade the status of Tole and Decorative Painting and to enhance the image of painting. To develop programs to promote Tole and Decorative Painting. 27

21 By-Laws and Standing Rules ARTICLE III - PURPOSES The purposes of this Chapter shall be, but not in limitation thereof Section 1. Section 2. Section 3. Section 4. Section 5. To engage in lawful activities which will enhance the progress of the Members, and to apprise the public of Tole and Decorative Painting. To conduct promotional activities, including advertising and publicity the benefit the Chapter. To collect and disseminate information of value to the Chapter. To promote Meetings, trade shows, exhibits and cultural exchanges to benefit the Chapter. To award recognition for meritorious achievement in the field of Tole and Decorative Painting. ARTICLE IV - MEMBERSHIP Section 1. Section 2. Membership in the requires that all Members be a Member in good standing in The National Society of Tole and Decorative Painters Inc. under any classification of Membership. All persons who founded this Chapter and entered application for Membership on or before September 30, 1974, shall be Charter Members. 28

22 By-Laws and Standing Rules ARTICLE V - DUES Section 1. Section 2. Section 3. Amount and schedule of payment of annual dues for Membership may be recommended from time to time by the Board of Directors and shall be voted on by the Membership. Failure to pay annual dues within 60 days of due date shall result in termination of Membership. Members may be reinstated at any future date with payment of dues. ARTICLE VI - MEETINGS Section 1. Section 2. Section 3. Regular Meetings of this Chapter shall be held as stated in the Standing Rules, at such time and place as the Board of Directors may designate. Notice of time and place of such Meeting shall be mailed to each Member at his last recorded address at least fifteen (15) days in advance of such Meeting. The Annual Meeting of the Chapter shall be held during the month of November at such time and place as the Board of Directors may designate. Election of officers shall take place at the Annual Meeting. Notice of time and place of such Meeting shall be mailed to each Member at his last recorded address at least fifteen (15) days in advance of such Meeting. Special Meetings may be called by the President or by the request of 2/3 of the Members of the Board of Directors, or by a petition of 25% of the Membership addressed to the President who must issue the call thereof. Notice of time and place of such Meeting, and the subjects to be considered, shall be mailed to each Member at his last recorded address at least fifteen (15) days in advance of such Meeting. 29

23 The following applies to all Meetings whenever applicable: A. Quorum. A quorum shall consist of not less than 20% of the active Membership in person. B. Voting. Each paid Member is entitled to one vote. The privilege of making motions, holding office, debating and voting shall be limited to Members in good standing. A Member in good standing is defined by Standing Rule Number 16. C. Ballots. At the election of officers at the Annual Meeting, all ballots shall be marked and destroyed after the election. ARTICLE VII BOARD OF DIRECTORS By-Laws and Standing Rules Section 1. Section 2. The property, affairs, business and concerns of the Chapter shall be vested in a Board of Directors consisting of the elected officers and the Immediate Past President. The President shall serve as Chairman of the Board and, in the case of a tie vote; his vote shall be the effective one. The Members of said board shall enter upon the performance of their duties on January 1, of the calendar year and continue in office until their successors shall be duly qualified and elected. Duties of the Board of Directors: The Board of Directors shall have the authority to hold Meetings such time and place as they deem proper to enforce the By-Laws of the, to appoint Committees on particular subjects from the Members of the Board or from other Members of the Chapter, to print or circulate documents and published articles, to employ agents, and to devise and carry out such other measures as they may deem proper and expedient to promote the objectives of the Chapter and to best protect the interest and welfare of the Members. 30

24 By-Laws and Standing Rules Section 3. Meetings of the Board of Directors may be called by the President. There shall be a regular Meeting of the Board of Directors preceding the Annual Meeting of the Members, and a Meeting of the Board of Directors immediately following the Annual Meeting. Section 4. Quorum: A majority of the Board of Directors shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business. If a quorum is not present, a lesser number may adjourn the Meeting to a later date. ARTICLE VIII OFFICERS Section 1. Section 2. Section 3. Number: The Officers of this Chapter shall be: President, First Vice President, Second Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer, and Newsletter Editor. Method of Election and Term: The term for all Officers shall be one year. All Officers shall be eligible for re-election to one successive term. This rule can be waived as necessary. (Voted, September, 2005) Duties of Officers: The duties of the Officers of the Chapter shall be as follows: A. President. The President shall preside at the Meetings of the Chapter and of the Board of Directors and shall be an ex-officer Member of all Committees, with the exception of the Nominating Committee, with the right to vote. He shall communicate to the Chapter or to the Board of Directors such matters and make such suggestions as tend to promote the prosperity and welfare and increase the usefulness of the Chapter. He shall perform such other duties as are necessarily incident to the Office of the President. B. First Vice-President. The First Vice-President shall act as an aid to the President. In the case of the absence or death or resignation of the President or his inability to act, the First Vice-President shall perform the duties of the President office. He shall so perform such duties as may from time to time be assigned to him by the President or Board of Directors. He shall act as Program Committee Chairman and shall direct all Seminars planned by the Chapter. 31

25 C. Second Vice-President. The Second Vice-President shall act as an aid to the President. In the case of the absence or death or resignation of the President and/or First Vice-President, the Second Vice-President shall perform the duties of the unfilled office. He shall serve on the Program Committee and be responsible for planning the locations and programs of the Chapter's regularly scheduled Meetings. D. Secretary. The Secretary shall record Minutes of all Meetings of the Chapter and of the Board of Directors. These Minutes shall be kept in books, which are the property of the Chapter and shall be a complete and clear record of activities and shall be turned over to the newly elected Secretary. He shall have charge of correspondence of the Chapter. E. Treasurer. The Treasurer shall receive all monies of the Chapter, pay all bills upon approval of the President, keep a permanent and accurate record of receipts and expenditures of the Chapter. He shall present a statement of account at each regular Meeting and a complete report at the Annual Meeting. He shall be Chairman of the Finance Committee and shall present a proposed budget to the Membership at the first Meeting after taking office. F. Newsletter Editor. It shall be the duty of the Newsletter Editor to prepare and edit a Chapter Newsletter. ARTICLE IX APPOINTIVE OFFICERS The Appointive Officers of the Chapter shall be those appointed for special duties by the Board of Directors, as they deem necessary. These may be such officers as Parliamentarian, Historian, etc. The Appointive Officers shall not be Members of the Board of Directors. ARTICLE X - STANDING COMMITTEES Section 1. Program. It shall be the duty of the Program Committee to aid the First Vice-President and Second Vice-President in the planning and conducting of Seminars, workshops and other programs of the Chapter. 32 By-Laws and Standing Rules

26 By-Laws and Standing Rules Section 2. Ethics Committee. This Committee shall be comprised of no fewer than three (3) nor more than five (5) Members appointed by the President with the approval of the Board of Directors. The Committee shall help promote a climate of genuine respect, mutual cooperation, high standards and friendship among all Members. Section 3. Nominating Committee. Four active Members shall be elected from the Membership at the time of the Annual election of Officers, and shall serve under the chairmanship of the Immediate Past President. They shall prepare a slate for the election of Officers in accordance with the By-laws. They shall notify the President in writing of the names of such candidates at least one full month before the Annual Meeting. The President, in turn shall notify the Membership of these names at least fifteen (15) days before the Annual Meeting as specified in the By-Laws. Section 4. National Tole and Decorative Painting Week. The Chairman, Co-Chairman and Committee shall plan activities to be carried out during National Tole and Decorative Painting Week, which will help to educate the public as to the purposes and skills and the history of Tole and Decorative Painting. Section 5. Section 6. Awards Committee. This Committee shall be comprised of three active Members appointed by the President with the approval of the Board of Directors. The Committee shall select a Golden Palette Recipient from the Ballots submitted to the Committee Chair. (Voted March, 2015) Special Committee. A special Committee is created and appointed for a specific purpose. When its work is done and its final report is accepted or adopted; it automatically ceases to exist. 33

27 By-Laws and Standing Rules ARTICLE XI - MISCELLANEOUS Drafts, checks, notes, etc. All drafts, checks, notes acceptances and other obligations of the Chapter shall be signed by the Treasurer and co-signed by the President. ARTICLE XII - AMENDMENTS Section 1. These By-Laws may be amended, repealed or revised, either in whole or in part, by a 2/3 vote at any duly organized Meeting of the Chapter, regular or special, provided that the proposed change is submitted by mail to each Member at his last recorded address at least fifteen (15) days prior to the date of the Meeting to consider the change. Section 2. All proposed revisions or amendments to the By-Laws must be submitted to the Office of the Executive Director of The National Society of Tole and Decorative Painters, Inc. for approval prior to voting on them. ARTICLE XIII - PARLIAMENTARY AUTHORITY Roberts Rules of Order, Newly Revised, shall be the Parliamentary Authority for all matters not in conflict with these By-Laws or the By-Laws of The National Society of Tole and Decorative Painters, Inc. ARTICLE XIV - DISSOLUTION In the event of dissolution of the Chapter, all liabilities and obligations of the Chapter shall be paid, satisfied and discharged or adequate provisions made thereof. Any remaining funds in the Treasury at the time shall be distributed to such charities as may be designated by a 2/3 vote of Members attending the final Meeting. 34

28 By-Laws and Standing Rules STANDING RULES 1) The Meetings of the shall be held not less than six times annually; normally on the 2nd Saturday of the months of January, March, May, July, September and November, at such time and place as the Board of Directors may designate. 2) Membership dues for the following year shall be payable October 1 and delinquent as of December 1. Dues shall be $25.00 (twenty-five dollars) per year. (Voted to change fee January, 2013) 3) Plans for the installation of officers shall be at the discretion of the Board of Directors. 4) All Meetings of the Board of Director- shall be open to any Member wishing to attend. 5) It shall be the responsibility of the Teachers to prepare surfaces for the students in their class at the Paint-In. 6) Persons not belonging to the Chapter may attend one Meeting as a guest. 7) The Membership shall have the opportunity to vote in the selection of Teachers for Seminars sponsored by the. 8) The Golden Palette Award, which is a service and dedication to the Chapter Award, is to be given to a Member in Good Standing. (Standing rule #16) Each Member who is in Good Standing is eligible to be considered for this Award. If a Member selected has already received the Golden Palette, that person will receive another type of recognition for their service. It also is not mandatory to present this award every year. (Voted March, 2015). 9) The Paint-In shall be held in March of each year. (Voted May 14, 1988 Meeting) 35

29 10) Seminar Sign Up - Those Members in attendance at Meetings shall have the option of signing up for more than one Seminar class. Registration by mail will be available for those unable to attend and cannot be postmarked until after the Meeting. 11) These Standing Rules may be amended by 2/3 vote of the Members present at any Meeting wherein there is a quorum present, as provisional until approved by office of National. 12) If a Member cannot donate and/or participate in the Silent Auction they are asked to donate $10. (Voted July 12, 1986) 13) If a Member does not wear their nametag at a Meeting, a 25-cent fine will be collected. (Voted July 12, 1986) 14) will pay the cost of transportation, registration fee and leadership conference fee for the Chapter's President. In the event that the President can not attend the National Convention, then the same privileges are to be extended to one other Board Member, to be decided by the rank of office as follows: 1st Vice President, 2nd Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, Newsletter Editor. Also, Dogwood Chapter will pay the cost of the Leadership Conference fee for any Board Members who wish to attend. (Voted January 11, 1997) 15) A $2.00 (two dollar) late fee shall be added to all renewals received after December 1 deadline. (Voted 1991) (Voted to change date 2003) 16) Definition of a Member in good standing of the is one who: 1) pays dues, 2) attends two Meetings a year, and 3) participates in one Fundraiser. 17) In regards to Seminars the following reimbursements will be allowed for the 1st VP or their appointed representative for mileage and parking fees to the Atlanta Airport to pick up and deliver the Seminar Teacher. The rate of reimbursement will be in accordance with the current IRS limits for non-profit organizations. One meal a day will be reimbursed on the request of the representative to take the Seminar Teacher out to dinner. Lunch and breakfast are not reimbursed meals. This standing rule is to be effective as of January 1, By-Laws and Standing Rules

30 By-Laws and Standing Rules 18) Appointed representatives to drive Members' entries to and/or from the Georgia National Fair will receive mileage reimbursements in accordance with the current IRS limits for a nonprofit organization. The persons must have the approval of the Fair Chairperson and the board to be eligible for this reimbursement prior to travel date. This standing rule is to be retroactive to January 1, Note: All Members of this Chapter shall receive a copy of these By-Laws and Standing Rules. 37

31 39 Books, Patterns, Videos

32 Guidelines for the Library 1.Members in good standing of the may borrow up to three items from the Library for their personal use for a two-month period or from Meeting to Meeting. 2.Library property checked out must be for the personal use of the Member only and must remain the responsibility of the borrower until it is returned to the Library. 3.Joyce Yarbrough is the Librarian for the Chapter. Please contact her if you wish to take out any books, patterns or videos. Joyce Yarbrough (770)

33 Books B-1. Impasto (Creative Approach to Oils) B-2. The Life & Times of Michel Angelo B-3. Illustrations 21 (American Illustrations) B-4. Historic Philadelphia (Founding to Early 19 th Century) B-5. The Design of Advertising (3 rd Ed.) B-6. Photography (2 nd Ed.) B-7. The Type Specimen Book B-8. Design Through Discovery B-9. The Williamsburg Collection of Antique Furnishings B-10. Acrylics Bold & New B-11. Painting Birds B-12. The Oil Painter s Guide to Painting Trees B-13. The Masters Collection B-14. Celebrity Sampler of Decorative Painting B-15. Decorative Living B-16. The Decorative Painter s Pattern Book Vol. 1 B-17. Collector s Edition Vol. 1 B-18. Collector s Edition Vol. 2 B-19. Christmas Shared B-20. Design and Instruction Book Vol. 2 B-21. Design and Instruction Book Vo. 4 B-22. Enduring Colors for the Artist B-23. The Decorative Painter April 1976 B-24. The Decorative Painter July 1976 B-25. The Decorative Painter April-June 1977 B-26. The Decorative Painter July-Sept B-27. The Decorative Painter January-March 1978 B-28. The Decorative Painter April-June 1978 B-29. The Decorative Painter October-Dec B-30. The Decorative Painter January-March 1979 B-31. The Decorative Painter April-June 1979 B-32. The Decorative Painter July-September 1979 B-33. The Decorative Painter December 1979 B-34. The Decorative Painter January-March 1980 B-35. The Decorative Painter April-June 1980 B-36. The Decorative Painter July-September 1980 B-37. The Decorative Painter October-December 1980 B-38. The Decorative Painter December 1980 B-39. The Decorative Painter January-February 1981 B-40. The Decorative Painter March-April Books, Patterns, Videos Author David Lyle Millord Curtis Books Visual Comm. Books Roy Paul Nelson Barbara & John Upton Marjorie Elliott Bevlin Nicholas Roukes Susan Rayfield Allyn Schaeffer H. A. DeNuzio Co. Tole World Tole World Binney & Smith

34 Books Books, Patterns, Videos Author B-41. The Decorative Painter July, August 1981 B-42. The Decorative Painter September, October 1981 B-43. The Decorative Painter November, Dec B-44. The Decorative Painter September, October 1982 B-45. The Decorative Painter November, December 1982 B-46. The Decorative Painter January, February 1983 B-47. The Decorative Painter March, April 1983 B-48. The Decorative Painter May, June 1983 B-49. The Decorative Painter July, August 1983 B-50. The Decorative Painter November, Dec B-51. Delicate Scenes in Acrylics Margaret Berry B-52. Pen & Ink Vol. 2 Phyllis Lynn B-53. With a Little Help from Our Friends (patterns) B-54. Our Feathered Friends Dan Nelson B-55. A Medley of Pleasures Bette Byrd B-56. Decorative Baskets Bette Byrd B-57. A Tole & Decorative Painting Workbook Bette Byrd B-58. A Tole & Decorative Painting Workbook Bette Byrd B-59. Homes for the Holidays B-60. Decorating Ideas (Article about Sue Bailey) August 1995 B-61. The Magic Brush of Gary Jenkins Gary Jenkins B-62. Wild Things, Book 2 Mary McCullah B-63. Painting for Christmas Ornaments Ginger Edwards B-64. Homespun Holidays Alma Lynne B-65. C-A-Y-S Alma Lynne B-66. Seasoned with Country Leslie Beck B-67. Paint A Tea Party Pat Wakefield B-68. Painted Lamps & Shades Pat Wakefield B-69. Seasons in the Country Faith Rollins B-70. Painting on Glass Gigi Smith Burns B-71. The Basics of Tin Painting Gigi Smith Burns B-72. Simply Fruit Louise Jackson B-73. Birds, Florals & Naturals Delores Lennon B-74. Glazing & Layer Blending Louise Jackson B-75. Kitties in the Garden Helen Nicholson B-76. Brush Stroke Workbook Bette Byrd B-77. Back Porches Sue Bailey B-78. It s Only Paper The Oil Rig Crew B-79. Color, Thoughts & Theory Ann Kingslan B-80. Priscilla Paints with Daubers Priscilla Hauser 43

35 Books, Patterns, Videos Books Author B-81. The Joy of Canvas Painting Joyce Beebe B-82. The Collection Series Vol. 1 Daisies Priscilla Hauser B-83. The Collection Series Vol. 2 Strawberries Priscilla Hauser B-84. Rosemaling (Norwegian Folkart) Bette Byrd B-85. Rosemaling (Rogland Style) 1978 Vi Thode B-86. Rosemaling (Rogland Style) 1979 Vi Thode B-87. Whippersnappers Helan Barrick B-88. Whippersnappers Vol. 2 Helan Barrick B-89. Whippersnappers Vol. 3 Helan Barrick B-90. Begin with Butterflies Sherry Nelson B-91. The Glass Giraffe Vol. 2 Sherry Nelson B-92. The Pastel Pig Sherry Nelson B-93. A Touch of Class with Glass Aileen Bratton B-94. A Touch of Class with Glass Vol. 2 Aileen Bratton B-95. Our First Steps Peggy Hobbs & Mary Jo Leisure B-96. The Birds & the Beasts Shirley Hixson B-97. From Shore to Shore Dorothy Dent B-98. Roses Lace & Dewdrops Joan Johnson B-99. Something for Everyone Ann Kingslan B-100Tole Thoughts and Theory Ann Kingslan B-101 Treasures for Christmas Mary Jo Leisure B-102 Beginning Watercolor Louise Jackson B-103 Big and Beautiful Flowers Louise Jackson B-104 Legens & Love STDP 44

36 Books, Patterns, Videos Packets Artist P-1 Still Life with Grapes Michele Dawn P-2 Yellow Blossom on Porcelain Carol Sowell P-3 Still Life with Daisies Dorothy Egan P-4 Hollyhocks Georgia Ferris P-5 Quail Covey Nancy Barfield P-6 Rose-Throated Becard Sherry Nelson P-7 The Yellow Wagtail Sherry Nelson P-8 The Painted Lady (butterfly) Sherry Nelson P-9 Landscape in Acrylics Morene Schultz P-10 The Vineyards (grapes) Aileen Bratton P-11 Adorning Blossoms Aileen Bratton P-12 Oh St. Nick (holly & bells) Aileen Bratton P-13 Duck on Glass Sue Bailey P-14 Guardian Angel Wanda Many P-15 Morning Glories on Bed Linens Ginger Edwards P-16 Romanic Rose on Bed Linens Ginger Edwards P-17 Petunias in Sunlight Ginger Edwards P-18 Holiday Rocking Horse Janice Naylor P-19 Country Plan Things Gretchen Cagle P-20 Count Your Many Blessings Judi Krause P-21 Single Poinsettia Judy Nutter P-22 Old Mill Nancy Barfield P-23 English Garden Scene Ruth Bader P-24 Sailor Boy Sue Bailey P-25 Springtime Potpourri Carolyn Blanton P-26 Country Sampler Sweat Shirt Jan Kowalski P-27 Bon Bearage Pat Wakefield P-28 Bauermalerei Chrysanthemum Plate Manor Hicks P-29 Pink Moonglow Mary Hartfield P-30 Santa with Puppies Nora Blair 45

37 Books, Patterns, Videos Packets Artist P-31 Violets Linda Hogseed P-32 Blue-Violet Iris Peggy Stogdill P-33 Tiger Lily Judy Krause P-34 Lilacs and Anemones Louise Jackson P-35 An All American Christmas Judy Krause P-36 Pansies Nadine Childs P-37 Sew Fine Nadine Childs P-38 Love Birds Norma Poulos P-39 Poinsettia Nadine Childs P-40 Springtime Bunny Jan Doyle P-41 House in Maine (Watercolor) Cathi Carter P-42 Victorian Santa Marguerite Embrey P-43 An Apple a Day Carolyn Blanton P-44 Watercolor Gift Box Donna Baker P-45 St. Nick s Plate Debbie Powers P-46 Springtime Blues Nadine Childs P-47 Christmas Candle & Ribbon Billie Strickland P-48 Iris Sarah Cary P-49 Hen Party Billie Strickland P-50 Kristmas Kringles Helen Nicholson P-51 Strawberry & Raspberry Lamp Carolyn Blanton P-52 Grapes on Vinyl Floorcloth Sarah Cary P-53 Mini-Rose Clock Kay Lynn Leise P-54 Fruit Tile Coasters Debbie Powers P-55 Fruit Still Life Nadine Childs P-56 Chickadee & Raspberries Carolyn Blanton P-57 Santa Pin Kay Lynn Leise P-58 Snowman on Barrel Stave Sherrill Lang P-59 Watercolor Wild Roses w/gold Emboss Billie Strickland P-60 Lettering with Brush Stroke Carolyn Blanton 46

38 Books, Patterns, Videos Videos Artist V-1. Painter s Stencil Faith Rollins V-2. Misty Seascape William Blackman V-3. Painting Santa Faces & More Jean Zawicki V-4. Victorian Medley Gretchen Cagle V-5. Floral Fascination Gretchen Cagle V-6. Creating Excellence Gretchen Cagle V-7. Rose Techniques, Leaves, Waterdrops Gretchen Cagle V-8. Victorian Angel Brenda Stewart V-9. Victorian Tea Time Brenda Stewart V-10. The Brush Stroke Clinic Maureen McNaughton V-11. Brush Stroke Iris Maureen McNaughton 47

39 Corrections A Final Word Corrections? Changes? Let the Membership Chair know of any changes or corrections to your name, address, phone number(s), FAX, or birth date. Changes and additions will be published as needed in the newsletter. Membership Chair Jane Merry 3070 Wendwood Drive Marietta, GA (678)