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For over thirty years, the Amador County Artists Association (ACAA) has been providing support and information for artists in Amador County by promoting and encouraging the production, cultivation and appreciation of the visual arts.
ACAA Meetings

Second Wednesday at 7:00 PM
Amador Senior Center
229 New York Ranch Rd.
Jackson, California

Meetings are
Open to the General Public!

NEXT MEETING: 
July 12
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NEWS & EVENTS

ACAA July Newsletter 2017​

Sutter Creek Gallery
Vickie Chew

Gallery 10
Susan Hayne

AmadorArts Gallery
​Marleen Olive / Michele Fisher

CALL TO ARTISTS:
North Tahoe Plein Air Open
Calaveras Arts Council
CAC: "Salute Local Veterans"
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"Sunny But Windy" by George Dillon
Photo by Rob Ramey
Necklace Set by Deb Wright
"Gold Fish" by Laurie Williams
Amador County Artists Association
PO Box 358
 Jackson, CA 95642

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Printmaker Susan Hayne is the featured artist at Gallery 10 in July
Susan Hayne will be the featured artist at Gallery 10 during the month of July. Susan is an accomplished printmaker who has a BFA from The Academy of Art College in San Francisco. She is a consignment artist at Gallery 10 and will be showing a large variety of her works, included linocut, woodcut, copper plate etching, monotype and embossing...[read more]
July’s ACAA meeting features ink artist Ree McLaughlan Brown
Wednesday, July 12
7pm
Amador Senior Center
Ree will demonstrate the use of alcohol ink and air on yupo polypropylene paper. For the last year, she has painted using alcohol ink and air, while also venturing into encaustic wax with heat and ink....[read more]

Vickie Chew is July's featured artist at Sutter Creek Gallery
“Painting for me is a joy, challenge and mental escape all in one,” according to artist Vickie Chew, Sutter Creek Gallery’s featured artist in July. Twenty years ago, needing a break from work, she took a watercolor class, followed by college art classes and workshops. Chew eventually settled on oils as her medium, and her art is inspired by the natural beauty of the Sierra Nevada, Gold Country and coastal shores...[read more]
1st Saturday Art Trek
July 1, August 5, Sept 2, Oct 7, Nov 4, Dec 2