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  • 23 May 2023 10:00 AM | Katerina Husar Lazarova (Administrator)

    Dear Members of the Artists Guild, 

    The Artists Guild will hold its annual General Meeting on 
    June 10, 2023, at 10 a.m., via Zoom.  
    We hope you will join us for this important meeting. 

    During the meeting, you will receive updates on past and upcoming Guild activities and exhibitions.  Then, attending Artist Members will need to elect the Board of Directors for the coming fiscal year. 


    The slate of the proposed Board candidates is as follows:

    Jody Abssy

    Susan Ashley
    Sue Zinngrabe Gold
    Lunjia Hu
    Kevin Inman
    Susan Mae Hull
    Katerina Husar Lazarova
    Annie Kilgore
    Mark-Elliott Lugo
    Lucas Perez
    Julianne Ricksecker
    Angelika Villagrana


    Guild Vice President Annie Kilgore has agreed to take over the Guild presidency for the 2023/24 fiscal year.  Thank you, Annie.

    Annie is currently serving as Vice President and interim Treasurer.  
    Since she will take over as Guild President, we will need a new Vice President and Treasurer.  

    We also need assistance with: Hospitality, Marketing,
    Public Relations, and Exhibitions

    There can be co-chairs for any position, or you may only work on a small fraction of these positions.  We are also looking for additional board members.  If you are interested, please contact me at
    (619) 222-1034 to discuss how you can assist us.  Thank you.
    At this point, the following positions have been filled:
    Secretary (Mark-Elliott Lugo); Membership Chair (Angelika Villagrana); History Chair (Jody Abssy); Exhibitions Co-Chair
    (Kevin Inman); Newsletter Editor (Lunjia Hu);
    Webmaster (Katerina Husar Lazarova). 

    Guild Artist Members will also have to approve the amendments to the Artists Guild Bylaws, highlighted in red.  
    Please click on: 
    Amendment to Bylaws to review the
    bylaws and amendments.  Thank you.


    One important amendment is that we will add a representative of
    The San Diego Museum of Art to our board, giving us the opportunity to work more closely with the Museum.  Our Museum liaison,
    Lucas Perez, the Museum’s Manager of Art and Empathy Projects, and Innovation, has agreed to join our board, and we
    are very happy about that.

    After the formal meeting, we will, as always, invite attendees
    to share one piece of their work.

    To receive the Zoom link for our June 10 General Meeting, please RSVP to me by Friday evening, June 9.  
    I look forward to seeing you virtually on June 10.

    Many thanks to our Guild members who have submitted
    work to our Membership Exhibition  A Walk Through Nature.  
    The work will be hung the morning of June 17 and the
    reception will be on Sunday, June 18, 2 to 4 p.m. 
    at the Mission Trails Regional Park Visitors Center Gallery, 
    One Father Junipero Serra Trail, San Diego, CA 92119-1008.  
    The exhibition will be live and online from June 17
    through July 27, 2023.

    Best wishes, and many thanks for
    your continued support of the Artists Guild.


    Angelika Villagrana, President
    The San Diego Museum of Art Artists Guild
    (619) 222-1034 – 


    The Artists Guild is the oldest Support Council of 
    The San Diego Museum of Art:  


  • 4 Mar 2023 9:04 AM | Katerina Husar Lazarova (Administrator)

    Dear Members:

    Due to health reasons, Sue Zinngrabe Gold had to resign as Guild treasurer and editor of the newsletter.  Luckily for us, she will remain on the Guild board of directors and be available with advice.  Vice president Annie Kilgore has agreed to step us as interim treasurer and newsletter editor, however, since it is taking a while to get her set up, the newsletter will be delayed by a month

    Annie will take over as Guild president in July, therefore

    we urgently need volunteers to take on the treasurer and newsletter positions. 

    Please let me know if you are interested in volunteering for either position and we can discuss the duties that are involved.  Thanks so much.



    Many thanks to all artists who submitted work to our 2023 Online Spring Exhibition.  We received 712 entries from 316 artists from around the world.  Our juror, Hugh M. Davies, Ph.D., Director Emeritus, Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, had the difficult task of selecting 110 works from an abundance of high-quality submissions for the exhibition.  I am pleased to announce that 18 Guild members were included. 

    The award winners are:

    First place: Bart Lindstrom from Rancho Mirage, CA, for his oil painting Running Men.

    Second place: Sandy Abrams from Long Beach, CA, for her rattan, bamboo, wood sculpture Reclining Nude.

    Third place: Guild member Michael Hill from Escondido, CA, for his oil painting Spring Shower. Michael has donated his $300 award towards the Guild’s Centennial Book Project.  We appreciate that very much.  

    Honorable Mention:

    Lin Hui Ding from Aliso Viejo, CA, for her oil paintingAlla

    Yan Jun Dong from Fremont, CA, for her ink, acrylic, watercolor work Rhapsody

    Susan Salazar from Jamul, CA, for her colored pencil work Optimistic

    Leroy Skalstad from Milwaukee, WI, for his photograph A Boy With A Straight Face

    Congratulations to the artists who were selected. 

    The exhibition will be online through April 15 at https://www.sdmaag.org/2023-spring-exhibition.

    Many thanks to The San Diego Museum of Art for promoting the exhibition in its e-newsletter:


    We would appreciate it if you would assist us in promoting the exhibition to your social media networks.  Thank you very much.

    We are now working on our NEXT MEMBER EXHIBITIONS:

    Mission Trails Regional Park Foundation, Inc. Membership Exhibition - A Walk Through Nature - June 17 - July 28 

    Juror:  Keiko Tanabe – see her profile on her website:   https://www.ktanabefineart.com/about

    Gallery 21 2023 Membership Exhibition –- November 14 through November 28
    Both exhibitions will also be displayed online.

    Holiday Online Exhibition for Artist Members - November 1 through December 31

    As a gift to our artist members, submission and sales commission fees will be waived.

    The exhibition will not be juried. Every artist member will be invited to submit one work.

    We encourage all artist members to start thinking about a work that is inspired loosely by the holiday season.


    Welcome to our NEW MEMBERS who joined the Artists Guild during the past months:

    Artist Members:
    David Bloom – Media: 
    Abstract Mixed Media Private Practice and Public Art Producer
    Susan Brown – Medium:  Acrylic
    Carol Cottone-Kolthoff – Medium:
    Ron Hillas – Medium:  Watercolor
    Lunjia Hu – Media:  Oil and Acrylic
    Kevin Inman – Medium:  Oil

    Associate Members:
    Rosalind Delligattie
    Michael Hill
    Kay Kaplan
    Anahid Minatsaghanian
    Miriam Lorentzen
    Elsa Oroszco-Toops
    Lise Van Herik
    Yahel Yan

    If you would like to find out more about these or other Guild members, please go to our website, www.sdmaag.org, click on Artist List and type in the name of the artist you are interested in.  Many artist members have added images of their artwork to their Artist’s Profile Page to create a photo gallery on the Guild website. If you are an artist member and have not yet done so, I encourage you to take advantage of this Guild membership benefit to set up your own web page.  You may upload up to six albums of images.  Each album may contain up to 50 photos. 

    Our Monthly Artists Guild Zoom Discussions Meetings on the second Saturday of each month, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon Pacific Time, continue to attract Guild members and guests from around the U.S., Canada, France, Germany and Italy. At the February 11 meeting, a number of artists who were juried into the Spring Online Exhibition, including award winners Bart Lindstrom and Yan Jun Dong, joined us and were introduced by juror Dr. Davies.  After each meeting, images of attendees’ artworks are posted onto the Guild Face Book page – www.sdmaag.org and click on FB.

    Our next Zoom meeting will take place on Saturday, March 11, at from 10 a.m. to 12 noon Pacific Time.   If you have never participated in our Zoom sessions, I encourage you to do so and get to know other artists and their works.  Please send me your RSVP by Friday evening, March 10, so that I may add you to the call list and send you the Zoom link.  Due to security reasons, we cannot publish Zoom links.


    Feel free to contact me with any suggestions or questions. 

    With best wishes,



    Angelika Villagrana, President

    The San Diego Museum of Art Artists Guild

    gelikavillagrana@gmail.com or  president @sdmaag.org

  • 16 Nov 2022 10:30 AM | Katerina Husar Lazarova (Administrator)


    Following is the November/December 2022 Artists Guild Newsletter.    Older issues (1971-2010) are available digitally from Jody Abssy --  jodyabssy@gmail.com

    President's Message

    Dear Members:
    Many thanks to all of you who participated in our 2022 Fall Membership Exhibition, which was held at Gallery 21, Balboa Park, from September 13 through September 26, and online on the Guild website during the month of September.  It was wonderful seeing many of you at the September 18 reception at Gallery 21.  Juror Julie Weaverling, Director of the Front Porch Gallery in Carlsbad, joined us and announced the award winners. We have taped an interview about her jurying process and an introduction to the award winners with her.  You may view it on the Guild website, www.sdmaag.org, under Videos.  


  • 29 Jun 2022 2:26 PM | Katerina Husar Lazarova (Administrator)



    Following is the July/August 2022 Artists Guild Newsletter.   Recent newsletters are on the Artists Guild website: www.sdmaag.org     Back issues (1971-2010) are available digitally. Contact Sue Gold at artszg@gmail.com

    President's Message

    Dear Members:
    We held our Annual Membership Meeting via Zoom on June 11.  Many thanks to all of you who took time to join us and vote for the board of directors candidates for our upcoming fiscal year (July 1, 2022, through June 30, 2023) and the revisions to our bylaws.  
    There were a few changes to the make-up of our board.  After four years of serving as President of the Guild, Sue Zinngrabe Gold stepped down from this role.  Since nobody volunteered to assume the President position, I agreed to serve one more time as Guild President for one year. (I served as President from 2012 to 2018).  
    I would like to express my sincere gratitude to Sue for her years of dedication and her enormous work on behalf of the Guild, especially during these challenging COVID years.  Thanks for doing such a fantastic job, Sue!.  I am very happy to report that we will not lose her.  Sue has agreed to remain on our board of directors, assume the role of Guild Treasurer, continue as Exhibitions Committee co-chair, Centennial Book administrator, serve on the Website Committee and compile the Guild Newsletter.  All in all, she does not get much of a break, but we are very glad that she will continue to work with us on our Guild agenda.
    After many years as Treasurer and Webmaster, Julianne Ricksecker has stepped down from these positions, but she will remain on the board as Member-at-Large and will still assist us with technical advice.  We also owe her many thanks for all her work.  Katerina Husar Lazarova is our new Webmaster.  


  • 2 May 2022 9:52 AM | Katerina Husar Lazarova (Administrator)
    Following is the May/June 2022 Artists Guild Newsletter.   Recent newsletters are on the Artists Guild website: www.sdmaag.org     Back issues (1971-2010) are available digitally. Contact Sue Gold (president@sdmaag.org)
    President's Message

    Dear Members,

    This letter will be my last as president of the San Diego Museum of Art Artists Guild.    These four years have been fulfilling and demanding.  I have enjoyed being your president and feel we have accomplished much.  Our relationship with the Museum has improved.  We have just presented to The Museum a 3-ring binder that contains the work and bios of most of our artist members.  The Museum had expressed a desire to know more about the Artists Guild and its artist members.  The centennial book, 100 Artists, 100 Years: A Century of Creativity in San Diego, will be published this year.  There have been many delays in publishing this book, not the least of which has been getting permission from the artist, family, or heirs to use an image of the artist's work.   All of our exhibitions have been successful.   All in all, it has been a good and productive four years.  My plan is to continue on the Artists Guild board of directors as the treasurer and immediate past president.  So, I'll still be around! 

    Read more

  • 1 Mar 2022 10:03 AM | Katerina Husar Lazarova (Administrator)


    Following is the March/April 2022 Artists Guild Newsletter.   Recent newsletters are on the Artists Guild website: www.sdmaag.org   Back issues (1971-2010) are available digitally. Contact Sue Gold (president@sdmaag.org)
    President's Message

    Dear Members,

    Hopefully, this newsletter will reach you without the extra lines in it.  We've been having problems with our email company and hope that this issue will go through without the lines!

    Regarding our Spring Exhibition, the entry final date has been reached, the juror has picked the pieces that will go inand the award winners have been selected.  Go to 
    https://onlinegalleryshows.com/collections/san-diego-museum-of-art-artists-guild-spring-exhibition-san-diego-museum-of-art-artists-guild to see the exhibition.

    Read more

  • 22 Jan 2022 10:48 AM | Katerina Husar Lazarova (Administrator)


    Following is the January/February 2022 Artists Guild Newsletter.   Recent newsletters are on the Artists Guild website:                         
    www.sdmaag.org     Back issues (1971-2010) are available digitally. Contact Sue Gold (president@sdmaag.org)

    President's Message

    Dear Members,

    Hopefully, 2022 will be a much better year.

    The Artists Guild looks forward to a new online exhibition in 2022.  Our SPRING EXHIBITION prospectus is on our website right now a
    https://www.sdmaag.org/sys/website/?pageId=18376  and is open to all artists worldwide.  Please enter this show!  Members have a discounted price.  Choose the member price when paying.  This exhibition will be online from March 1 to April 30, 2022.  The juror for this exhibition is G. James Daichndt,  Ed. D.  Read about him in the prospectus.  Please submit your best work.  You will be allowed to submit three (3) works and of these, two (2) can be chosen.  See the prospectus for details about what is accepted and how to enter.

    We will be showing a few members' works in the Museum sometime in 2024 in the admission-free gallery next to Panama 66.  The works shown will be of the Museum's choosing.


  • 6 Dec 2021 8:38 AM | Katerina Husar Lazarova (Administrator)



    Following is the November/December 2021 Artists Guild Newsletter.   Recent newsletters are on the Artists Guild website: www.sdmaag.org     Back issues (1971-2010) are available digitally. Contact Sue Gold (president@sdmaag.org)

    President's Message

    Dear Members,

    The Artists Guild is hosting a "LIVE" members-only show (Transitionswith a live reception at The Center for the Performing Arts at 15498 Espola Road, Poway, CA 92064, on  Sunday, November 7, 2021, from 2 to 4 pm.  PLEASE COME TO THE RECEPTION.  We will also show this exhibition online on our website until the end of December.  

    There is an opportunity for a teaching artist familiar with traditional photographic techniques to perform a one-time in-gallery tutorial for the upcoming Masters of Photography show (opening Nov. 20th). The Museum would like this person to demonstrate a photographic technique related to the exhibition live in front of an audience. This technique would have to be dry, with no liquids or inks. There could even be an art-making activity for guests as well.  The Museum wants to film the experience so they could publish it on various social media platforms and websites. This would be a wonderful way for The Museum to discover what Artist Guild members are capable of.   Is there an Artists Guild member or associate who would like to take this opportunity?  If so, please call me at 858-717-5414.

    There will be an Artists Guild online international exhibition coming up in March and April 2022.  The prospectus for this "open" exhibition will be on our website very soon.  Look for it, and please enter.

    The San Diego Museum of Art will show a few members' works in the Museum sometime in 2024 in the admission-free gallery next to Panama 66.  The works shown will be of the Museum's choosing.


  • 20 Oct 2021 9:53 AM | Katerina Husar Lazarova (Administrator)


    Following is the September/October 2021 Artists Guild Newsletter.   Recent newsletters are on the Artists Guild website: www.sdmaag.org     Back issues (1971-2010) are available digitally. Contact Sue Gold (president@sdmaag.org)
    President's Message

    Dear Members,

    The Artists Guild is hosting a "LIVE" members-only show with a reception at The Center for the Performing Arts in Poway in November 2021.  We will also show this exhibition online on our website sdmaag.org  Please see the prospectus on our website for details and how to enter this exhibition.  PLEASE ENTER THIS MEMBERS-ONLY EXHIBITION.

    The San Diego Museum of Art will show a few members' works in the Museum sometime in 2024 in the admission-free gallery next to Panama 66.  The works shown will be of the Museum's choosing.


  • 17 Jun 2021 1:11 PM | Julianne B. Ricksecker (Administrator)
    • Jeffrey R. Brosbe: In Memoriam October 30, 1945-April 24, 2021

      In memory of artist Jeffrey R. Brosbe the La Jolla Art Association will be hosting a reception honoring his life and work. 

      We also would like to thank Yung Chieng Wang (Arthur) for graciously allowing us to display Jeffrey’s work and for allowing the sale of his work. 

      Jeffrey’s work will be on exhibit in the Great Room through June 29 at the La Jolla Community Center.  The name of this installation is“Arboreal Impressions”.  There will also be an installation of many of his other colorful travel photographs in two other areas of the Center through the month of July.  These photographs reveal Jeffrey’s work spanning many years and destinations in which he artfully captured the profound beauty, light, and lives of India, Sri Lanka, Myanmar, China. Tibet, Egypt, and Israel.  

      Reception date: Friday, June 18, 2021 

      Time: 1 PM to 4 PM.  

      Refreshments and light appetizers will be served.

      Place: La Jolla Community Center  6811 La Jolla Blvd, La Jolla, CA 92037

      Please RSVP: caulfieldn991@gmail.com

      We look forward to seeing you soon.  

      Please observe the Center protocols: Vaccine or current Covid Test.  Masks. 

      Note: the online exhibition of Jeffrey's work will continue through July.


      About Jeffrey:

      Other than his passion for photography Jeffrey was an avid student of archeology and history (UCLA) and was a literature instructor at San Dieguito High School in Encinitas where he taught for 33 years starting at the young age of 23.  

      For years he actively served on the board of the La Jolla Art Association, the Allied Artists Association of San Diego, and the Off Track Gallery.  His archival photographic prints have been selected in international juried exhibitions; national juried exhibitions in museums, colleges, and universities; and juried exhibitions throughout San Diego County, winning special recognition and awards in almost all of them.

      In 1997 he was chosen by the City of Carlsbad Arts Commission as one of the first to do a major installation.  His most recent honors include being selected by Black and White magazine for the 2017 Single Image Awards issue and given the special recognition award by the Photo Arts Group for work submitted to the International Exhibition of Photography in Del Mar (California) in 2016.

      He says:  “Visually, my work is built around shape, light, and shadow.  The essence of my images however are moments in time which, in their contemplation, communicate my personal response to the world which is sometimes a wry, ironic smile; at others awestruck; and sometimes in a realm between these poles. The creation of an image is the same as the creation of a Haiku:  It should be whole and meaningful in itself while providing greater insight when pondered further.”  See more at  jeffreyrbrosbe.com

      Since he began to offer his work to the public in 1994, Jeffrey R. Brosbe has had the following solo exhibitions:

      • "SCAPES: landscapes, urbanscapes, mindscapes" -- Jeffrey R. Brosbe-photographer & Julianne Ricksecker-print maker, Gallery 21, Spanish Village, Balboa Park, August 7 - 27, 2018
      • "NOUNS  --  The Photography of Jeffrey R. Brosbe & Nicole Caulfield" -- Allied Artist Association of San Diego, La Jolla , CA - May 28 - July 30, 2016
      • "Web Site Featured Artist"  San Diego Museum of Art Artists Guild - June 2016
      • "Photography of Jeffrey R. Brosbe"  -- Redwood Bridge Club, San Diego, CA - June, 2016
      • "More of the Eclectic Eye" -- The Photography of Jeffrey R. Brosbe, Gallery 21, Spanish Village, Balboa Park, August 14 - 25, 2016
      • "Photography of Jeffrey R. Brosbe"  -- Redwood Bridge Club, San Diego, CA - May, 2015
      • "Eclectic Eyes" -- The Photography of Alo Munzzia & Jeffrey R. Brosbe, Gallery 21, Spanish Village, Balboa Park, April 11 - 23,2012
      • "Natural Fantasies" – Encinitas Civic Center Gallery, Encinitas, CA, May 1 – 31, 2007
      • "The Greatest Compliment" – San Diego Art Institute, Dec 7 ‘06 – Jan 7 ‘07
      • "Arboreal Impressions" – Metro Gallery, Reno, NV, Sept 26 – Nov 18, 2005
      • "Me, Me Mind, Me Town" – San Diego Art Institute, Sept 8 – Oct 9, 2005
      • "Jeffrey R. Brosbe – Photography" – Merced College Art Gallery, 2/ 23 – 3/18, 2004
      • "Arboreal Impressions" – San Diego Art Institute, July 3 – August 3, 2003
      • "Urbanscapes & Reflections" – The Maturango Museum, Ridgecrest (CA), 5/10 – 6/5, 2002
      • "Architectural Abstracts" – FireHouse Gallery, Grants Pass, OR, Aug 1 – Sept 1, 2001
      • "Urbanscapes" – College of the Sequoias Art Gallery, Nov 7 – Dec 9, 2000
      • "Faces, Faces, Faces" - Bard Hall Gallery, San Diego, CA, April, 1999
      • "Haiku Images" - Off Track Gallery, Encinitas, CA, June, 1998
      • "Patterns: Natural & Not" - Bard Hall Gallery, San Diego, CA, March, 1998
      •  City of Carlsbad (California) Installation - March 4 - August 25, 1997


      Jeffrey R. Brosbe has been exhibited more than 50 times both nationally and internationally.

      Here is a selection of juried exhibitions into which his images have been shown:

    • ·       Off Track Gallery, Encinitas, California, January 31 - Feburary 26, 2018, "Best of Show"
    • North County Photography Society, 22nd annual membership exhibition, September 2017, 1st place - Color-Nature
    • Single Image Contest Winner, Black & White, issue 119, February 2017
    • "Documents and Pictures", San Diego Museum of Art Artists Guild, Member's Juried Exhibition at Poway Center for the Performing Arts, Poway, CA - February 1 - 28, 2017
    • 2016 Doggone Art Show, Gallery 21, Spanish Village Art Center, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA - December 21, 2016 - January 2, 2017.  1st Place, Photography
    • "Part & Parcel: Selections from SDAI Member Artists, San Diego Art Institute, CA  - November 12 - December 3, 2016
    • San Diego County Fair Exhibition of Photography, Del Mar, CA - June 3 - July 5, 2016.  Honorable Mention & Special Award from Photo Arts Group
    • San Diego Museum of Art Artists Guild "Member's Juried Exhibition at Gallery 21" - May 25 - June 5, 2016
    • La Jolla Art Association - "Petal Pushers" - May 15 - 29, 2016
    • Allied Artists Association of San Diego "Nooks and Crannies of La Jolla" - May 1 - 20, 2016
    • Front Porch Gallery, Carlsbad, CA - "Six Word Story" - March 20 - May 5, 2016
    • San Diego Museum of Art Artists Guild "International Online Exhibition" - March 25 - May 24, 2016
    • Front Porch Gallery, Carlsbad, CA - "2nd Annual Juried Exhibition"  - May 20 – July  14, 2012
    • San Diego Art Institute - "51st International Exhibition"- April 16 – May 29, 2011
    • La Jolla Art Association - "1st Annual Southern California All Media Black & White Exhibition"- September 15 – October 10, 2010  
    • San Diego Museum of Art - Artists Guild Fine Art Festival, 2007 & 2008
    • Front Porch Gallery, Carlsbad, CA - "Seeing Through Light"- Jan 20 – March  11, 2007
    • La Jolla Art Association - "Dimensions, an all California juried  exhibition of art in all media"- Nov 13 – Nov 26, 2006  &  "Visions in Print, a Southern California  juried photography exhibition"- August 14 – August 27, 2006
    • San Diego Art Institute -"The Southern California Regional Juried Award Exhibition", May 3 – 27 ‘01, Oct 25 – Nov 24 ‘02, Oct 16 – Nov 23 ‘03, Oct 15 – Nov 20 ‘05
    • San Diego Art Institute - "Regional Artists Exhibition"- Sept 9 – Oct 10, 2004  (Juror's Choice Award)
    • Athenaeum Museum and Library of Art and Music, La Jolla, CA , Annual Juried Fine Art Exhibition, 1997 & 2004.
    • San Diego Gaslamp Quarter - "City Arts"- October 12, 2003
    • Fine Art Institute of San Bernadino County Museum – "36th Annual Open National Exhibition - Sept 26 – Nov 3 ‘01  & "37th Annual …" - Sept 25 – Nov 2, 2002  
    • San Diego Art Institute - "45th International Exhibition"- Oct 26 – Nov 25, 2001
    • "14th Annual McNeese National Works on Paper Exhibition", McNeese State University, Lake Charles, Louisiana, March 29 - April 26, 2001.
    • All Media 2000 Juried Exhibition, Irvine Art Center, Dec 2, 2000-Jan 7, 2001 (Honorable Mention Award)
    •  Florida State Museum of Fine Arts, Tallahassee, FL, "The Tallahassee Florida National Competition:  Combined Talents 2000", August 28 - October 1, 2000
    • Fringe Festival - Melbourne, Australia "New Horizons" Exhibition 1999
    • San Diego Museum of Art - Artists Guild All California Art Competition - 1998


    Last but not least let’s not forget Jeffrey’s cherished quotes which I had to include here as they were posted at the end of all his communications in blue:

    "Do not let what you cannot do interfere with what you can do."  --  Coach John Wooden

    "Old age is like a plane flying through a storm.  Once you are aboard there is nothing you can do."  --  Golda Meir

    "Democracy has to be born anew every generation, and education is its midwife."  --  John Dewey

    " Man's capacity for justice makes democracy possible, but it is man's inclination to injustice that makes democracy necessary."  --  Reinhold Niebuhr

    "If you do not want to grow old, die young."  --  Belle Barth

    "If it may seem I laugh too much/'Tis only that I may not cry"  --  Robert Burns

    “The inability to find and speak the truth is a failing that no talent for speaking the untruth can disguise.”  --  Boris Pasternak

    “To innovate you need more than rote knowledge.  You need a trained imagination.”  --  Martha Nussbaum

    “A jackass can kick down a barn, but it takes a carpenter to build one.”  --  Sam Rayburn

    “What we wish, we readily believe/and what we ourselves think/we imagine others think also.”  --  William Shakespeare


    "Only God and I knew what I meant when I wrote it, now only God knows."  --  Robert Frost


    "The passion of Acceptance/causes the fool/to learn Calculus,/and the genius/to flunk Life."  --  Alexander Dunbar (Jeffrey R. Brosbe)


    "At the count of 25/Time stops/ And flies by"  --  Jeffrey R. Brosbe

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