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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: 
April 11
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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:
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April at Gallery 10: Julie Trail's "The Mountain's are Calling..." Julie Trail invites everyone to see a new collection of paintings she has created to celebrate her love of the mountains just up the hill from her home in Sutter Creek. “The Mountains are Calling…”, words from John Muir, speak to Julie every time she picks up a paintbrush, as she has loved mountains ever since her first view of the Rocky Mountains when she was 17 years old...[read more]
April at Sutter Creek Gallery: "Opposites"
Horizontals playing off verticals, abstraction paired with realism, images with complementary colors—opposites and unexpected juxtapositions will be on display in April at the Sutter Creek Gallery. The group exhibition by gallery members will open Saturday, April 7...[read more]
ACAA APRIL MEETING: At this month’s meeting on April 11th, Marleen Olive will demonstrate mono printing using watercolor and acrylic paint on Akus and gelatin printing plates. She will be doing direct printing on the plates, using found and made objects. She will also share how to make your own gelatin plate.
Marleen majored in art in college but says she really didn’t do much with her 
degree until 1980 when she took a series of workshops with well known artists in watercolor, acrylics, pastels, and mixed media. From there Marleen started teaching art at local art associations and at the Southwestern Community College in Brookings, OR until her move to West Point in 1999. She has continued to teach art classes, including watercolor classes currently at the Upcountry Community Center in Pine Grove. Contact Marleen at marleeno@excite.com for more information.