Lyme Art Association

What's New at the Lyme Art Association

(From left) Volunteers Neil Ruenzel, Associate Artist; Chris Zhang, Artist; Ann Vaillencourt, Associate Artist; and Rich Vaillencourt, installing new energy-efficient LED lights throughout the gallery.

Thanks to the generous donors who responded to our Spring Challenge, we have received $6,085 to install energy-efficient LED lights throughout the gallery, and replace the broken black top entrance to our driveway.  Thank you!

Two high-impact projects down, one to go.  Please join those who have already donated and - DONATE NOW!

We're so close to being able to complete the last project.  Your gift toward the $6,200 needed for roof improvements will protect our art gallery from water damage.

Please contribute whatever you can.

With sincere thanks,

Jack Montmeat

Elected Artist, Board Member, Building & Grounds Chair

 


ATTENTION ASSOCIATE ARTISTS!

Elected Artist Applications Now Available

Submission Deadline September 14th, 2015


 


 

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About the Lyme Art Association

The Lyme Art Association is a vibrant art center with a gallery where professional as well as developing artists mount major exhibitions throughout the year.

We also have a busy schedule of affordable art classes and workshops. Visit the historic Lyme Art Association on your next visit to Old Lyme CT where art lives!

Current Exhibition

American Waters: A Marine Art Exhibition

American Waters: A Marine Art Exhibition

June 12–July 31, 2015

In the Spotlight

CPS Triple Demo

CPS Triple Demo

August 8, 1-3:30

The Connecticut Pastel Society will provide a free Triple Demonstration using pastels on August 8, from 1-3:30. Pastel paintings created at the demo, as well as other small works, including some by Allan Alain, will be available at the silent auction that runs the length of the exhibition. This year’s triple demo artists are: Claudia Post (portrait/figure) Deborah Quinn Munson (landscape/objects); and Shauna Shane (animal subject). Light refreshments will be available and the public is invited.