Bill Hanson, Classics Off Bar Harbor, oil
In the Caddell and Cooper-Ferry Galleries
Carl Larson, Southern Hound, oil, 34 x 21
CRITIQUE NIGHT - HOLLIS DUNLAP
Wednesday, August 22 at 7 pm.
Artists - bring a piece that you are working to improve, and Hollis will give you his insights, concrete suggestions, and explanations. You'll be able to take it to the next level!
Non-artists - listening to a critique is a terrific way to learn how to look at and appreciate fine art.
Fee: $5 to listen (artists and non-artists alike), $10 to bring a piece to be critiqued (only a limited number of pieces can be critiqued in an evening).
LECTURE - AN ARTIST AND HIS PROCESS - DEL-BOURREE BACH
September 13, 7:00 pm
Learn what has inspired Del, how he began painting and how he works his own brand of magic. Del will bring lots of examples as well as use a slide presentation to illustrate his talk. This is sure to be an interesting and educational evening for both artists and non-artists!
WORKSHOP: PAINTING THE ELEGANT STILL LIFE
September 21, 22, 23
This course is designed to boost artists of all levels to elevate their paintings and refine their painting skills. Learn to create luminous light and mysterious shadows, adding depth, beauty and elegance.
For more information, click here.
FALL CLASSES ARE NOW OPEN FOR REGISTRATION
Back-to-school isn't just for kids! The LAA offers a range of classes in our beautiful north light studio as well as plein air classes in our beautiful natural surroundings.
For a quiet little town, Old Lyme is packed with art!
The Florence Griswold Museum, right next door, is currently exhibiting Art and the New England Farm, paintings, drawings, and photographs from public and private collections that trace the challenges of farming in New England.
The University of New Haven’s Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts is just down the street, but this summer we have an installation from their visiting artist, Ana Flores, right on our grounds. She is an award winning “ecological artist” probing the relationships between the human and natural history in different geographies. One of her goals as an artist is to encourage the public’s awareness of their local landscapes, deepening their connections to place because if we don’t care about something we will not help protect it. She worked with one of Lyme Art Association's associate artists, Sara Drought Nebel, to create a "Vision Box" overlooking the stream running behind the gallery.
"It is the ideal gallery . . . . Greater appropriateness, beauty of proportions and refinement of taste hardly could be found . . . . Truly an artist's gallery, built for and by and with artists."
The New York Times Book Review and Magazine, August 14, 1921.
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!
Wednesday - Sunday
10 am - 5 pm and by appointment
Monday - Friday
10 am - 5 pm