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AAA 2019-2020 OFFICERS



Rich Hall


1st VP

Tony  Podue


2nd VP

Karen Neal


3rd VP

Allan Garofalow


4th VP

Mike Dawson



Rick Neal



Mary Ann Cosgrove


Board Member at Large:




Mike Dawson/Carol Mar

Message from the President

Anaheim Art Association  •   •   P.O. Box 18226, Anaheim, CA 92817   •   714-396-6325




Century 21 Award 

Donors:  Gift cards and Gifts                                    

Anaheim Muzeo and Cultural Center

Art Supply Warehouse

Leon's Picture Framing

Dick Blick, Fullerton

The Brush Guys

Randy Higbee Gallery

Samy's Camera

Visser Florist

Amazing Cakes

Walnut Village

yves Bistro


Go to link page to contact our Supporters!!!

Welcome to the Anaheim Art Association


The Anaheim Art Association was established in 1963

to promote understanding and appreciation of fine art among

the citizens of the community, encourage advanced study in art,

and provide art exhibits and competitions of interest to its members



Our meeting location is 

250 E. Center Street, Anaheim CA 92805


2018 Open Show entry form


Click on map to enlarge

Our meeting Wednesday May 13th has been




See message from our President below







 Please join us for our Wednesday May 8th meeting at 6:30pm. 

Rich Hall

Rich Hall

Joe Cibere Watercolors

Link to Artist website



Happy May already!


Nothing has changed too much since my last message, except that I finally got 6 paintings sketched on paper! Yippee! I hope you are all using your free time to create some great works of art also, based on all of the knowledge you have gained from the Association. Painting by yourself is a great day of practicing “social distancing.”


Our May monthly meeting is cancelled, due to the COVID-19 Virus, so stay tuned to your email addresses for the June update. The Board will give you as much advance notice as possible, but, since none of us are “Spring Chickens” we fall into a more vulnerable demographic and I don’t want to be responsible for anyone catching the COVID-19 Virus at one of our meetings. I hope you understand and agree.


If members want to be social, and they know the Zoom online meeting application (or are willing to figure it out), we could get together on a “virtual happy hour” on a Saturday or Sunday evening, to share stories, what we are each working on, etc.  Please respond to the newsletter and Karen will get your votes.


There are many YouTube videos on the internet that explain drawing and painting techniques, strategies and media that may be new for you, which I encourage you to search for, and enjoy.   Also, drag out your art books and magazines to look up some things that you may have forgotten and see examples of how others paint.  Be safe! Say home and paint! Take care of yourselves


Your President,

Rich Hall


We have rescheduled our demonstrator for the September Meeting, but feel free to check out Joe's work on his webpage.