Our mission is to promote creative expression in the pictorial and allied arts by fostering high standards, extending appreciation and encouraging cooperation and camaraderie among artists.
Membership is open to all artists and art supporters by application on the Membership page.
LGAA members (or those considering membership) as well as guests are welcomed to attend to watch the demo and meet the members.For additional details check the Meetings page.
Paul's 2 great passions have always been sports and wildlife. He began his career as an illustrator, mainly in advertising, and went on to concentrate solely on wildlife illustration.
Painting outdoors has now become a passion and he continues to participate in a number of plein air events annually in California.
He will be part of a show at the Peninsula Museum of Art in Burlingame (Oct. 30th - Jan. 8th) along with 19 nationally known artists from the Bay Area featuring Northern California Impressionism, as noted in the Oct./Nov. issue of PleinAir magazine.
Colleen will be discussing and demonstrating the steps in the lost wax process of bronze making and the various themes of her work.
Drawing inspiration from the human condition and the various lives we lead, her sculpture reflects a fascination with human diversity and emotions and the various roles we play in society.
One of her sculptural series uses found objects to represent characters' bodies. Her stylized ceramic figures often include quirky characteristics with an amusing backstory.
Fall Members Juried Show
Dates: November 8 - January 6
Reception/Awards: November 13, 1:00-3:00pm
Juror: Mike Bailey, AWS/NWS
Location: Addison-Penzak JCC