Mendocino County Art Association (MCAA) is the oldest art association in Mendocino County. Artists of all media, skill levels and interests are welcome to join our group for inspiration, support and camaraderie.
On these pages, you will find the many benefits available to members (from education programs to an Open Studio). We would love to have you join and participate in as many activities as possible.
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Not only is Fr. Damian the Abbott at Mt. Tabor Monastery in Redwood Valley, he is also a world renown Iconographer and Iconography teacher! Join us for another informative lecture in our ongoing "Meet the Artist" series.
Please note the different time for this lecture!
Saturday, March 16, 2018 11:00 am - 12:30 pm
Ukiah Garden Clubhouse
1203 W. Clay St., Ukiah, CA 95482
Free to all!
Our dear friend and member, Don Pagano, passed away recently. Arrangements are being made for a service.
For years, Don was in charge of our Critique Group and an artist who always had time to encourage and inspire others. Until just recently, he painted each and every day. He will be missed.
...another watercolor workshop with Ann Maglinte! The subject this year is "Birds," and we know you will all want to sign up for a wonderful day. Check back for the details.
...is featuring an exhibit by Seven Sisters titled "Open Hearts" until February 23, 2019. In the words of the artists: "In our current political climate of polarization, anxiety and fear for our well being, we are also intensely aware that we live in a beautiful place and are surrounded by people we love.
Our challenge was to look within and create a visual expression of the place where our negative and positive meet."
Also at The Corner Gallery until February 26, 2019, "BeJeweled," featuring jewelry and lavish wall art by local artists.
Gallery hours are Tuesday - Saturday, 11:00 am to 5:00 pm.
...presents "Indelible Impressions," eight artists demonstrating mastery in the many techniques of printing in their artwork. The show runs through March 1st.
We've already heard rave reviews about this print show! Since the gallery has limited hours, Doug Browe has generously offered to open the gallery on two additional evenings - Wednesday, February 20 and Wednesday, February 27 from 4:30 - 6:30 pm. He hopes this will allow us all a chance to see the print exhibit before it leaves at the end of the month.
The Mendocino College Art Gallery is located on the Ukiah Campus, 1000 Hensley Creek Rd, Ukiah, Ca.
...at the Corner Gallery from February 26, 2019 to March 30, 2019 featuring California sculptor Ishmael Rodriguez. The opening reception will be held March 1, 2019 from 5:00 - 8:00 pm. Don't miss it!
...is a long-term project undertaken by the Mendocino College and I've been asked to help share the details with our members. You may want to become personally involved, or know someone that can use this information. Many of us have have taken classes at the college and it remains a vital resource to the entire community. -Svetlana
Click HERE for the letter from Doug Browe, Gallery Director of Mendocino College, that has details about the Phoenix Project.
...can be found HERE.
..."North Bay Fires and the Arts, One Year Later - A study on the 2017 Northern California fires’ impact on the arts and what it will take to support the recovery of a thriving arts community."
Please note that it is a large (4.7mb) pdf file, so it will take a little longer to load.
...our member, Peggy Hebrard, told us that a lot of artists were affected in Paradise by the Camp Fire and she wondered if there was some way that MCAA could offer them some help.
The Board met and decided that making a financial donation to their art association wouldn't fit with our organizational guidelines, but voted to offer any of the displaced artists who found themselves in Mendocino or Sonoma Counties a free membership for 2019. Not only have they lost their homes, studios and belongings, but their community support as well. Many of our local artists keenly understand what they are going through and have appreciated the ongoing support of their friends and fellow artists at MCAA and we hope that we can do the same for the Paradise artists. So, if you hear of anyone that might be interested, please let me know.
In addition, Peggy has offered to be the liaison for accepting individual donations of art materials and storing them until the artists up in Paradise are ready to receive them. For some people, getting back to some sort of art work immediately has been very helpful in the healing...and waiting process. So, if you have something you'd like to contribute, please contact Peggy Hebrard either by phone 707-459-2121 or email, .