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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!

March 14
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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



”March at Gallery 10: Ree McLaughland Brown "Alcohol Ink Art and the Unexpected"
“My art paints itself while I play,” McLaughlan Brown likes to say. “I blend alcohol inks with air, heat, encaustic wax, pure alcohol, chemical compounds, resin and a mix of media. I love to paint on unexpected surfaces such as stone, aluminum, plastics, porcelain, cast vinyl, exotic wood and new discoveries. Each piece of art shares an emotion and story to engage you..."...[read more]
March at Sutter Creek Gallery:
Fiber Artist Sandra Wagner
Fiber artist Sandra Wagner’s passion for free-form design and color drive her to make art quilts and design wearable art. Living in the mountains with ever-changing views provides her with a daily abundance of inspiration. “Being able to work in a home studio surrounded by tall pines, changing seasons, and views of wildlife keep the creativity flowing,” she explains...[read more]
Acrylic Pouring Demonstration at March 14th ACAA Meeting
Donna Bohlin Sammons of BohlinArt Gallery & Studio in Sutter Creek will present a tutorial on the latest trend in acrylic painting, acrylic pouring. Supplies and methods will be demonstrated to show off this art forward abstract art form at the ACAA monthly meeting on March 14th at the Amador Senior Center in Jackson. The meeting will start at 7pm and the demonstration will follow. The public is invited to attend.