Gallery Hours: Wednesday - Sunday from 1 to 5 PM
Workshop: Altered Forms
Workshop: Totem Lamps
Basics of Hand Built Pottery
Workshop: Bulding a Soda Kiln
Animals, "Pie", and Tricks of the Trade
Cast Paper Sculpture
The Fine Art of Collage
Wine And Paint Night (BYOB)
Encaustic Open Studio
Simple Pleasures: Small Watercolors
Color and Gesture for Impressionism
Painting Portraits in Alla Prima Style
Water Soluble Oils
The Still Life in Oil
Take the Next Step
Framing Your Own Art
The Doctor Is In
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IN THE GALLERY
Studio for Rent
Good news! SCAA has a beautiful south facing studio on the second floor of the association building ready for rent on October 1, 2016. The rent is $225.00 per month-first come first served. If you are interested please call the association and speak with Karina.(783-2195). Of course the bad news is we hate to lose one of our artists; but we wish her well in her new endeavors!
Excursion to The Clark
Travel through the Berkshires in autumn to Williamstown, Massachusetts in a luxury coach to see this hidden gem of a museum and the show “Splendor, Myth, and Vision”. This exhibit features 28 Old Master paintings from the Museo de Prado in Madrid and explores the role of the nude in European painting in the 16th and 17th centuries using paintings by Titian, Rubens, Tintoretto, Velazquez, and many more. Twenty-four of the paintings have never before been shown in America. Bus, entrance fee to all exhibits, guided tour of the permanent collection, and lunch are included with ticket ($75 members /$90 nonmembers) Reserve your spot by Sept. 22!
Remember our Gift Shop!
News from the office
We have changes in the office! Jane Baumann has joined our team as a part-time Administrative Assistant and will be helping out with a plethora of things to keep our organization running. Please welcome Jane the next time you see her in the office.
Please consider a donation.
This year we completed a preservation assessment for our buildings and discovered that we have much work to do. We need to perform $150,000 in just repairs and maintenance over the next few years to keep our buildings viable for the long term, and we are actively seeking grants and donations to help. You can read more detail in the letter from our President for the annual appeal here.
We are a 501c3 nonprofit and all donations are tax-deductible.