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Chair of college department to address Tahoe Art League

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Provided to the Tahoe Daily Tribune. David Foster, chair of the Lake Tahoe Community College art department, shown in his home studio, will be the guest speaker at the Tahoe Art League's meeting Wednesday.
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David Foster, chair of the Lake Tahoe Community College art department, will be the guest speaker at Wednesday’s meeting of the Tahoe Art League.

The meeting will take place from 7 to 9 p.m. at the South Lake Tahoe Senior Center, 3050 Lake Tahoe Blvd. The meeting location recently was changed to accommodate the growing number of people attending the TAL meetings. New members are always welcome.

Foster will update members and guests on the library and art gallery, including its opening and operation. He also will present a slide show trip to Italy featuring marble procurement and sculpture. He is one of the premier “art forces” in the community and has been the primary designer of the community college art program.

As a full-time instructor, Foster teaches art history, drawing, design, color, life drawing, painting, watercolor, photography, ceramics, sculpture and bronze casting.

Foster recently completed a state-of-the-art studio at his home. The studio accommodates most any sculpture medium, including large pieces of marble as well as exhibition and planning space.

Studio visits can be arranged by appointment by calling Foster at (530) 577-41131.

To learn more about the Tahoe Art League visit the Web site at http://www.TahoeArtLeague.org or call (530) 577-6204 or (775) 588-3579.


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