Los Gatos Weekly Vol. 134, No 11 Friday, March 10, 2017 (pages 22-23)
Los Gatos Magazine May/June 2016 (pages 10-12)
Los Gatos: Art show features everything from candy cane trees to scientific drawings (San Jose Mercury News) May 6, 2015, The Fisher Middle School multipurpose room was turned into a mini museum this week as 3,000 works of art went on display at the 41st annual Student Art Show. The show is presented by the Art Docents of Los Gatos, who provide Los Gatos Union School District students with art instruction throughout the school year. The classes are primarily for children in grades K-5, but students in grades 7-8 receive instruction if a teacher requests it. Read more…
San Jose Mercury News, August 12, 2015, Longtime Los Gatos resident Grace Sautter’s son called her “Amazing Grace,” a selfless doer who passed away peacefully at her Los Gatos home earlier this month. She was born in 1921 in the family home on 13th Street in San Jose and moved to town in 1964… Locally, Grace was well known for her volunteer work at the Village House, a now-closed restaurant that was run by volunteers who donated their profits to Eastfield Ming Quong. Grace loved her groups, too, including the Art Docents of Los Gatos, which she joined in 1971.
San Jose Mercury News, May 8, 2014, A numbered serigraph called “Cafe Rive Gauche” by famed artist LeRoy Neiman is the centerpiece of an upcoming show and sale by the Art Docents of Los Gatos. The docents are selling the serigraph during their free-to-the-public show that runs May 16-18 at the Los Gatos Art Museum, 4 Tait Ave.
Los Gatos Patch Los Gatos School District Art Show is Open, May 5, 2014 Celebrating forty years of bringing art education to the children of Los Gatos, the Art Docents will present more than 2,000 pieces of delightful artwork at Fisher Middle School through May 8. Student masterpieces from all four elementary schools, Lexington, Louise Van Meter, Daves Avenue and Blossom Hill as well as RJ Fisher Middle School will be on display.
Los Gatos Patch, February 13, 2014, Junior Art Docents. Original artwork created by Los Gatos High School Junior Art Docents will be sold as part of the New Millennium Foundation Benefit Auction Dinner and Dance on March 8, 2014 at La Rinconada Country Club. The original acrylic painting on canvas is entitled “The Cats” in honor of the high school mascot, the Wild Cats.
May 7, 2013, Mercury News, 38th annual Student Art Show returns to Fisher. The 38th annual Student Art Show, featuring works by Los Gatos Union School District students, is coming up May 14-18 at Fisher Middle School, with more than 2,000 works of art on display in the school’s multi-purpose room. The show is sponsored by the Art Docents of Los Gatos and features drawings, paintings, collages and sculptures. Read more.
Los Gatos Patch, May 14, 2012, Art Docents present Elements and Principles. This show and sale is a fundraiser with at least 25% of the proceeds going to the Art Docents of Los Gatos. The event is free and open to the public. Original art from local artists will be available for viewing and purchase, including paintings, greeting cards, jewelry and other handmade items. The Art Docents of Los Gatos has been leading arts education in the Los Gatos Union School District for 39 years. They are made up of parents, educators and artists. Come and support art education in Los Gatos.
Los Gatos Patch, May 11, 2012. Art Docents of Los Gatos Present Annual Show. Nonprofit volunteer organization hosts 38th annual Student Art Show at R.J. Fisher Middle School May 14-17. The Art Docents of Los Gatos present their annual art show featuring more than 2,000 pieces of student creations on display at ‘s cafeteria May 14-17. Read more.
The Los Gatos Patch, February 17, 2012, Learning with the Art Docents of Los Gatos. It has always fascinated me how two people can look at the same thing and interpret it differently and experience completely different emotions. So, I was looking forward to joining the Art Docents of Los Gatos in the classroom as they explored art history. I was not disappointed. The students were actively engaged and visibly excited to learn.It has always fascinated me how two people can look at the same thing and interpret it differently and experience completely different emotions. So, I was looking forward to joining the Art Docents of Los Gatos in the classroom as they explored art history. I was not disappointed… Read more.