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
Art in the Vineyard May 24, 2015 from 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM: Art in the Vineyard has become a public tradition in the Livermore valley for over 43 years and we would like to cordially invite you and your friends and family to attend. Wente Vineyards and our group of 25 talented, multimedia artists are looking forward to welcoming you to enjoy a day of beautiful art, music and fine wine.
The Essential Nude Show April 24-26: Announcing the Seventh Annual Essential Nude Art Show and Sale.Sponsored by the Livermore Art Association (LAA) and the Bothwell Arts Center. Featuring figurative works from local artists, many of which were drawn from live models at the Bothwell figure drawing workshop, which is held every Friday morning on Eighth Street in Livermore. Many of the works will be for sale at an exceptional value! Our judge this year will be artist Jody Mattison.
Fresh Starts at the LAA Gallery through April. The Livermore Art Association Gallery opens the year with a new show titled Fresh Starts. Along with new work from current member artists, Fresh Starts will feature artwork by new gallery members that include Lynn Bernstein, who works in pastels and does landscapes and seascapes, Mike Robles, who renders a variety of subjects in watercolor or acrylics, and Eric Willyerd a woodworker who produces assorted bowls and platters. The gallery also welcomes back former members, Bob Gardner a potter and Sharon Gardner who fabricates hand woven textiles. Additionally, January will spotlight the work of three guest artists; abstract and representational genres by watercolorist Linda Sailors, black and white photographs by Walter Davies, and abstract oil paintings by Courtney Jacobs. Please make time to come by and see what‘s new!
Pictured above is the Golden Gate Bridge by Mike Robles