Mountain Brook Art Association
P.O. Box 531194
Mountain Brook, AL 35253
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The Mountain Brook Art Association sponsors two annual shows, the Spring Festival in April, and the Holiday Show in late November or early December. All current members are eligible to exhibit based on SHOW GUIDELINES and the events are free and open to the public. Anyone living within a 25 mile radius of Mountain Brook is welcome to join.
Our association focuses on the traditional arts of two-dimensional painting and drawing. Any artist may join , but only painting, drawing and fine art collage are allowed in our annual shows.
Please view PAY DUES tab for information on joining and SHOW GUIDELINES tab for info on entering shows.
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Want the latest news?
- Thursday, May 11 10am-12pm at the Emmett O’Neal Library in Crestline
- Thank you, thank you!
- Norton’s Floral Competition 2017 is ON!
- Art in the Village! Coming soon!
- 2017 Art in the Village – SAVE THE DATE
- SAVE THE 2017 DATES!
- Come see artist demonstrations at our Holiday Show! Here’s the schedule…
- The highly anticipated HOLIDAY ART SHOW is just days away!
- David Nichols to demo landscape Monday, 6-8PM
- Update on 2016 Holiday Show, December 2-17
- Did you miss Terry Strickland’s demo? Here’s a recap!
- Important upcoming dates!
- Next meeting is May 19th. Please mark your calendars!
- And the 2016 winner is….
- 2016 Art in the Village winners
Tag Archives: demo
Our next meeting will be on Thursday, May 11 10am-12pm at the Emmett O’Neal Library in Crestline About the Demo Artist Rik Lazenby is an accomplished and inspired mixed media artist and teacher. His studio is located in Hoover, Alabama, … Continue reading
MONDAY, November 14th, 6-8 PM Emmet O’Neal Library This year has been phenomenal with so many incredible demos. And we have one more. Member David Nichols will demo at our Monday evening meeting. David explains ” I plan to do … Continue reading
Wow. What an incredible meeting Thursday, November 10th. We had over 60 members attend, maybe more as many late-comers didn’t sign in. Award-winning member Terry Strickland worked a large painting, all the while sharing technical information. As usual, the audience … Continue reading