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AAA 2019-2020 OFFICERS

 

President

Rich Hall

 

1st VP

Tony  Podue

 

2nd VP

Karen Neal

 

3rd VP

Allan Garofalow

 

4th VP

Mike Dawson

 

Treasurer

Rick Neal

 

Secretary

Mary Ann Cosgrove

 

Board Member at Large:

Open

 

Webmaster/newsletter

Mike Dawson/Carol Mar

Message from the President

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

 

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Sponsors:

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

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Our next meeting is Wednesday February 12th at 6:30pm

Everyone is welcome, you do not have to be a member.

 

Artist Timothy Genet will be demonstrating his fine art painting techniques

 

 

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

Rich Hall

Rich Hall

Timothy Genet Art

Link to Artist website

TG figure pic TG landscape pic TG abstract pic

Happy February!

 

 

Summer is one month closer.

I visited Sedona, AZ this past long weekend

and of course it was not long enough. It was

very beautiful, however, and is a great place for

plain-air painting and seeing the red-rock

mountain formations. There are also many

unique restaurants, art galleries and shops, if

that interests you. And hiking too. While I

didn’t have time for plain-air painting, I took

many photos that I hope to turn into awardwinning

paintings. LOL. Well, I can dream!

In all honesty, I strongly recommend this

region for art-creating visits, whether by car

or plane, whether you do oil, acrylic,

watercolor, graphite, pastel or acrylic pour, it is

a great place to visit.

We look forward to seeing you at an Anaheim

Association meeting soon. Come and learn,

be social, network, and snack with us!