The Livermore Art Association (LAA) is a nonprofit organization founded in 1957 to promote public interest and appreciation in the fine arts and in the fine crafts, as well as to encourage the artistic progress and the development of its membership. We invite you to become a member of LAA. LAA membership is open to anyone interested in the fields of arts and crafts. Learn more about LAA.
The livermoreartassociation.org site is being converted to a format that can be maintained by a non-programmer. Long time webmaster, Jennie McGregor, is leaving this position. If no one volunteers for this position by January 2016, the livermoreartassociation.org website goes away. If you would like learn how to build a website and help LAA, please consider becoming the LAA webmaster. Jennie will help train. This position pays $50/month. For questions, send email to Jennie at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dates of Interest
LAA General Meeting Monday, September 14, 2015, 6:00 pm: The next LAA/PAL meeting is a pot luck and as much a social gathering as it is meeting and is being held at Charles R. Vineyards, located at 8195 Crane Ridge Road. RSVP by sending Carol Eicher an email at email@example.com and let her know what dish you plan on bringing. Carol would also like some help setting up at 4 pm and cleanup after the event. Let her know if you can help.
Absolutely Abstract The annual Absolutely Abstract Art Show will be exhibited at the Livermore Library Gallery Hall from September 1st through September 30th. This show is unique since it is the only show dedicated to abstract art in the Tri-Valley area. Local featured artists include Lynda Briggs and Louise Gray, both known for their large abstracts and Linda Jeffery Sailors for her watercolors on Yupo paper. Sandra Berkson and Jan Loomis are noted for their colorful paintings. Other artists include John Trimingham, Lynne Shephard and Lenore Kreit. In all, 27 art works by 14 artists will be on view and are for sale.
Pictured: Urban Fish by John Trimingham and Beauty of Light by Lenore Kreit
Art On the Green Join us at Art on the Green, mingle with the artists, watch their demonstrations, and find that special something among jewelry, vintage note cards, photography, and original art work including acrylic, oil, colored pencils and more, all in Livermore's beautiful wine country downtown. Shows take place September 19 in the plaza area in front of the Bankhead Theater in downtown Livermore.
ArtWalk October 10 from 11 -5: ArtWalk is a different sort of festival, as the streets are kept open and the works of over 150 artists are set-up throughout the downtown in and around parks, sidewalks, galleries, wine bars, restaurants, shops and the Bankhead Theater. This allows visitors and the local community to experience all that Livermore's wine country downtown has to offer with art as the theme for the day. Parking is free.