The gallery will reopen on Friday, January 14 with the newest exhibitions on view: First Impressions and Congratulations.
We ask visitors to wear a mask in the gallery regardless of vaccination status.
January 14 - February 24
Thank you to Presenting Sponsor Liberty Bank!
We welcome our newest Elected Artists with a show all their own in the Goodman Gallery.
Sara Drought Nebel
Join us this March for a virtual lecture series: The Art of America: How Great American Artists Revealed A New Country and Its People. Presenter Bob Potter will lead you via Zoom on an exploration of iconic art from the mid 18th century to the early 20th century by American artists who reveal the people and historic events of a new nation as it evolves through some of its most turbulent and transformative eras. Lectures will be Thursdays in March at 7pm. Register today: $10 for each lecture, or $40 for all five lectures.
Bob Potter has generously donated his time and talent presenting this series as a fundraiser for the Lyme Art Association's Second Century Capital Campaign.
LAA's historic skylights are some of the building's most compelling design features, bathing the gallery in natural light. After 100 years, though, they need to be replaced. Leaking and energy loss are two major problems. Learn more.
With your financial help, we can install a new, insulated skylight system, making energy-efficient heating and cooling a reality so that LAA will be sustainable for its next hundred years! Thank you for your support.
Subscribe to the Lyme Art Association's YouTube channel and see videos featuring our artists, lectures, and demonstrations!
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!
Support has been provided to the Lyme Art Association from CT Humanities (CTH), with funding provided by the Connecticut State Department of Economic and Community Development/Connecticut Office of the Arts (COA) from the Connecticut State Legislature.
We are grateful for additional support from the Department of Economic and Community Development, Connecticut Office of the Arts, which also receives support from the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.