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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: 
Holiday Dinner, Dec 12
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NEWS & EVENTS

ACAA Dec Newsletter 2018

Gallery 10
Steve Holler

Sutter Creek Gallery
"Squared Away"

CALL TO ARTISTS

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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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ACAA HOLIDAY DINNER 
Members and their families are invited to the annual Holiday Dinner to be held this year on Wednesday, December 12th. The dinner will be at the Highway House Banquet Room in the Motherlode Plaza, 627 Highway 49 in Jackson. 
   Meet and greet will start at 5:30 and dinner will be at 6 pm.  Dinner will be a buffet featuring prime rib as well as another meat entrée and a vegetarian selection. 
The cost is $30 per person and your payment needs to be sent to Judy Day by Dec. 5th.  Mail your payment to Judy at 20 Rollingwood Dr. #195, Jackson, CA 95642. See you there!
December at Sutter Creek Gallery: "Squared Away"
Sutter Creek Gallery is “squared away” for the holidays. Gallery artists were invited and encouraged to produce a piece—or two--of art in a square format. Some will be as small as 2 x 2 inches while others will range up to 14 x 14...[read more]
December at Gallery 10: Paintings and Drawings by Steve Holler
Gallery 10 welcomes Steve Holler as the featured artist for the month of December.
The concept of connection is fundamental in the execution of Holler’s acrylic paintings and graphite drawings. The connection between the painter’s interpretation of a subject and the emotional connection made by the viewer is at the essence of the artistic experience. It is the artist’s goal to interpret his subject with a unique and personal point-of-view. ...[read more]