• Upcoming Workshops and Activities


    Landscape Painting with David Dunlop: June 9 and 10

    Floral Still Life with Tatiana Yanovskaya-Sink: June 15 and 16

    Figure Painting with Jordan Sokol: July 9 - 13

    Steven Assael Workshop (focus TBD): November 13 - 17



    Rembrandt van Rijn, Experimental Printmaker: Alexandra Onuf,  Thursday, April 12, 7 pm






    Save the Date for the Second Annual Art Supply Expo:
    Saturday, April 7, 10am - 3pm

     Click here for more information


    Congratulations to LAA's newest Elected Artists!

    New Elected Artists (left to right) Mike Eagle, Laurie Pavlos - LAA Business Manager, Beverly Schirmeier, Joan Wallace, and Jim Laurino. Missing from photo are Carol Dunn and Maryanne Rupp.

    Newly Elected Artists' work is on display in the Congratulations exhibition through March 2, 2018.

  • Renovation is Happening!


    After years of preparation, the exterior restoration of our building has begun! Shingles and rotted exterior trim are being replaced. Come to the gallery to see the progress, or click on the image above to see a slideshow of the work.


    Art About Town

    For a quiet little town, Old Lyme is packed with art!

    The Florence Griswold Museum, right next door, is currently exhibiting paintings from artists of the Lyme Art Colony during the years around the Great War (World War I). Many of these artists were the ones who began the Lyme Art Association, and you can explore the effect that the war overseas had on their art.

    The Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts is just down the street. In addition to educating the next generation of artists, the academy holds film and lecture series as well as student and alumni exhibitions. 

  • "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.

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