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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

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Open to the General Public!

NEXT MEETING: 
May 9
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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

Email:
contact@amadorcountyartists.org

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For 20 years, Annie Hughes was a stitcher and quilter. She later switched from fabrics and yarns to paper, canvas and paints. The images that were originally stitched began to appear using paper and brush—houses, flowers, trees and people. At this point, Hughes has been a painter for as long as she was a quilter. This versatile artist will be featured in May at Sutter Creek Gallery...[read more]
May at Sutter Creek Gallery: Multimedia, collage artist Annie Hughes
May at Gallery 10: Watercolor Artist Lynn Slade
Lynn Slade has created a new collection of watercolor collages for her show as featured artist at Gallery 10 in May.
   New Subjects. New Color Choices. New Textures. New Ways of Seeing.
   Lynn’s Watercolor Collages always have multiple layers of paper, texture and color. This new collection springs more from Lynn’s imagination than from real life. Colors are chosen to convey the feeling of a place using unusual textures, all hand-made especially for each piece. Colors also add to the depth and richness of her work...[read more]
ACAA June Meeting features Sandra Campbell
Pastel artist Sandra Campbell will be demonstrating at the Wednesday, June 13 meeting of the Amador County Artists Association...[read more]