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We had a fun Annual Banquet last Wednesday evening with over 60 folks present to hear about our plans for gallery expansion.   If you missed the presentation you will be able to see some of the ideas being considered by our remodeling committee.  The idea...

Our annual meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, June 1, 2011. All members are welcome, and in fact, encouraged to attend. This pot-luck dinner will be followed by introduction of new officers and committees, introduction of our Board of Directors, a brief report from MCAEEF (our...

I began my love affair with art at an early age. At the tender age of 10 I sold my first painting of Charlie Chaplin as, “The Tramp”. Art was a big factor in my life. Whenever I could find time I would paint. I...

News from the Board of Directors At the Annual Potluck on June 1, there will be an unveiling of the remodel/addition plans for the Gallery at 215 E. State.  Your committee headed by Evelyn Ifft has been meeting for several months with Leon Armantrout and his...

Our annual meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, June 1, 2011.  All members are welcome, and in fact, encouraged to attend.  This pot-luck dinner will be followed by introduction of new officers and committees, introduction of our Board of Directors, a brief report from MCAEEF (our...

Announcing Search for Executive Director I am delighted to inform you that your Board of Directors has recently approved a search for a full-time Executive Director for RAA. As you may recall this was a major recommendation of our recent Visioning Project and the Board is...

Tuesday May 10, 7pm “The Art and Culture of Mexico Prior to European Contact” Ann Leimer,PhD, Associate Professor of Art History, University of Redlands The first of a two-part series presenting the rich cultural heritage of Mexico before invasion and colonization by the Spanish. Professor Leimer will present an...

Tuesday May 10, 7pm “The Art and Culture of Mexico Prior to European Contact” Ann Leimer,PhD, Associate Professor of Art History, University of Redlands The first of a two-part series presenting the rich cultural heritage of Mexico before invasion and colonization by the Spanish. Professor Leimer will present an...

Frank Blume (1932 -1998) painted most of his life, starting at the age of ten under the tutelage of his boyhood friend, Daniel Milhaud, now an artist living in Paris.  For most of his adult life, he was a professor of psychology, first at San...

Myriad Possibilities With Acrylics Program: Tuesday April 26 at 7 pm Presented by Chris Cozen Chris is a products representative for Golden Acrylics and most knowledgeable about the surprising varieties of techniques possible with various acrylic products.  There is a hands-on aspect to the presentation and you may...