• Current Exhibition

    Expanding Visions: Traditional and Beyond

    On view through May 13

    See the full exhibit online

    Take a virtual tour of the exhibit, courtesy of Jack Montmeat.

    Congratulations Award Winners Robert Meyer and Michael Lynch!

    Thomas Moukawsher, Main Street, Hartford, oil


  • Hands on the Land

    Robert Sweeny, Turners Falls Mills, oil

    March 18, 2021 – October 17, 2021 at the Connecticut River Museum
    November 19, 2021 - January 2, 2022 at the Lyme Art Association

    The natural world of the Connecticut River Valley has seen great changes over the past four centuries.The Connecticut River Museum is partnering with the Lyme Art Association for an exhibit that uses art as our guide to the changes in our natural world. Hands on the Land: Art and the Environment in the Connecticut River Valley is a collaborative exhibit showcasing 40 works of art that speak to human impact on the land. 


  • Outside Art!


    Tuesday Afternoon Landscape Painting Class Begins May 11
    Instructor: Hollis Dunlap


    Upcoming Workshops:

    Oil and Water with Howard Park and Lisa Miceli: May 22 and 23

    The Sky's the Limit: Pastel with Karen Israel: July 10 and 11


  • Stapleton Kearns Painting Demonstration
    May 18, 3:00 pm
    $10 per person

    Stapleton Kearns, Hillside, oil

    Noted artist Stapleton Kearns will give an oil painting demonstration on May 18th, 3:00 PM at the Lyme Art Association. A former president of the Rockport Art Association and member of the Guild of Boston Artists, Stapleton Kearns has been a full-time painter for fifty years. He will explain the materials and a little about the logic of creating traditional landscapes while making a painting in front of the audience. While learning artists will find this useful, Stapleton is entertaining enough that non-artist should enjoy the show as well. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Lyme Art Association and The Hudson Valley Art Association's 88th Annual Juried Exhibition.


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