Our purpose is to stimulate an interest in the visual arts among our members and to promote the establishment of a Fine Art Center in the Community.

 Welcome to the Euclid Art Association...


  • Our next monthly meeting is Monday, May 7, 2018 at 7:00pm in Fellowship Hall of East Shore United Methodist Church, 23002 Lake Shore Blvd., Eucild.  Guests are welcome for a $3.00 donation.  The elevator is working!
  • At the May meeting, we are featuring award-winning, local watercolor artist and teacher, Flo Smith.  Flo will demonstrate “Watercolor in the Style of Nita Engle”.  Nita Engle, born 1926 in Michigan, is an American watercolor painter with a breakthrough approach to watercolor that combines spontaneity and control to produce glowing, realistic paintings.  Flo has studied this approach and will show us how it’s done.  Here are a few examples of Flo’s work in that style.


  • Many thanks to Don Wells, local Euclid artist, for demonstrating Airbrush Techniques in acrylics at our April meeting.  We had an amazing crowd of over 45 members and guests.  Sitting in quiet amazement (but with lots of oooh’s and aaah’s), we watched Don paint, interacting with him by asking many questions.  Don called his presentation, “Treasures at Night”.  He displayed a high level of energy and enthusiasm as he airbrushed on his prepared purple and yellow canvas....the hidden treasures of balance and symbolism quickly appeared.  To read much more about the meeting and to see pictures, click here or go to the Demonstrations page.
  • Thank you, Kelley Davis and Mary Page Williams, for providing all those delicious desserts and other goodies that we enjoyed after the presentation.  You made the Easter Bunny proud!
  • Our president, Lee, explained why Lirpa Loof couldn’t make it to the April meeting.  She accidentally grabbed a bottle of magnetic ink thinking it was juice and now she is stuck to the ceiling of the space station.  To learn more about the adventures of Ms. Loof, check out our April newsletters at EuclidArt.com.
  • The Euclid Art Association’s Annual Spring Fine Art Show at the Euclid Public Library is May 12 - 19, 2018.  Original artwork by local artists will be on display and for sale.  Plus, we will raffle of an original floral watercolor by award winning local artist, Cathy Welner.  Reception is scheduled for Wednesday, May 16, 2018 , 6:30pm to 8:30pm.  Public is welcome!  Click image to see larger view.

  • On May 10, 2018, the Margaret E. Hain Art Scholarship will, once again, be awarded to a Euclid High School senior, who will continue in the study of art.  Entry forms will be forthcoming through the school’s art teachers.

  • Tom Evert is having a DANCEVERT "Transformations" concert, a concert celebrating DANCE and its' transformative power, at Shore Cultural Centre Auditorium, Saturday, April 21, 2018 at 7:30, tickets $9 at the door.  This concert features 15 local and international artists as well as a student ensemble that embraces the power of transformation through dance.  Please open the attached .pdf for more information.

  • Diane Rogazione is entering her whiskey paintings in the 36th Whiskey Painters of America Exhibition and Art Sale, April 24 - May 24, 2018 at Cuyahoga Valley Art Center, 2131 Front Street, Cuyahoga Falls, OH 44221, with a reception on May 11 from 4:30 pm to 7:30 pm.  Check out this link for more information and for the history of Whiskey Painting:  http://www.cvart.org/exhibits/the-36th-whiskey-painters-exhibition-art-sale/

  • Deb Kramarz mentioned that the Memorial Park Community Garden in Euclid (behind City Hall) purchased two rain barrels and they are look for artists to paint them.  If interested, contact lead gardener, Joyce Garcia at 216-486-5901.

  • The 47th Gates Mills Art Show is April 15 - 29, 2018.  Entries accepted April 3rd-5th, for those living in eligible communities.  For more info, go to this link:  http://www.gatesmillsvillage.com/homepage/news/gates-mills-art-show.

  • If you are interested in the online Art Classes that Ginny Kendig mentioned at our Monday meeting . . . check out this link:  http://www.improvemypaintings.net

  • Reminder:  The next CITY HALL EXCHANGE is Friday, April 20, 2018.  Let's make this Exchange the best ever!  Linda Beck, assistant to the Mayor, is excited to see what artists will bring in next.  Refer to your April newsletter for more information.

  • We still have openings in David Rankin's June 1,2,3, 2018 workshop . . . see this special link that David made for this class:  https://spark.adobe.com/page/l80LVL9oWtR8L/.  More details in the April newsletter and on our website, www.EuclidArt.com.

  • SIGN UP NOW.....for these workshops

    Saturday, April 28, 2018 "Trees in Watercolor", instructor, David Rankin.  To quote David... “The ability to paint trees in transparent watercolor has been a basic skill set in many watercolor painter's repertoire for a couple hundred years or so.”  Learn how to apply additional layers of branches onto top of earlier brushwork in order to develop the illusion of visual depth....and more.  Cost is $50 for members, $65 for non-members and $45 for students w/ID.

    Three-day series, June, 1, 2, 3, 2018 "Coolest Watercolor Techniques...More Essential Training", instructor, David Rankin.  Learn how to create many of transparent watercolor's very coolest visual effects.  This workshop is about learning how to "do it right"... especially with watercolor's coolest washes.  Cost is $150 for members, $195 for non-members and $135 for students w/ID.  Members, sign up & pay now...only $135.00 through March 5, 2018.
    Also see:  https://spark.adobe.com/page/l80LVL9oWtR8L/

    Workshops are held at the Euclid Art Gallery, located on the 2nd floor of the Euclid History Museum, 21129 North Street in Euclid.  To register call or email Susan Herrle at 216-481-5105 or suetom.herrle@sbcglobal.net , include EAA in subject line.  More details can be found on the Workshops page.  [David Rankin's Trees in Watercolor class is now FULL.  If you would like to add your name in the event there is a cancellation, please notify Susan Herrle.]