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...
  • We regret to inform you that Gary Williams is NOT able to do the demonstration at our Monday, May 2, 2016 meeting.  We will reschedule Gary for our 2016-2017 season.


    FIRST, we ARE having a meeting on Monday, May 2nd, at 7:00pm in Fellowship Hall of East Shore United Methodist Church, 23002 Lake Shore Blvd., Euclid.  Guests are welcome for a $3.00 donation.
    SECOND, there will be refreshments and time to share with friends.
    THIRD, our president, Lee Peters will hold a short business meeting, followed by ....

    • We are asking any member who would like, to bring one artwork and spend 5-minutes sharing what inspired you to do it.

    • Then, Lee will do a very interesting visual slide show of things pertaining to art or, as Lee calls it, ”from the four corners of the earth to the 12-dimensions of the space-time continuum.....the weird, the wild, the wacky and the wonderful world of the world wide web”.

    Hope to see you there.....

  • A big Thank You to our April demonstrator, Dan Whitely for sharing his inspirations and his passion for art!  He brought two large unfinished oil paintings to work on and show the process by which he creates his works.  Dan showed us how he uses a computer to digitally create an image from multiple photographs, and then uses a computer screen to paint from since it gives the light and depth not found in a simple photograph.  His use of bright colors and layers gives an incredible aura to his paintings.  One of the two was to be entered in the Gates Mills Art Show later in the week, and after he returned home from our presentation, he planned to work late into the night to complete it.  A must see art trip!  Make sure to visit our Demonstrations page to see pictures and read more of Dan's demonstration.

    Thanks to Mary Ann Gambitta and Mary Alice Valvoda who served up a scrumptious buffet of goodies!  Everything was delicious!

  • Member News and Art Around Town
    Member, Dottie Geisert teaches a 10-week Multi-Media Art Class at the Wildwood Cultural Center in Mentor on Wednesday afternoons now through May 25.  You have the opportunity to create art in the media of your choice....oil, acrylic, watercolor, pencil, pastel and more!  Students receive a continuous one on one education.  Visit www.cityofmentor.com/play/takeaclass/arts-crafts/ to sign up.

    Member, Sandra Johnson’s photograph, Yellow Umbrella Belle, was accepted in the Barbara Lutton Art Show at the Shaker Heights Public Library, 16500 Van Aken Blvd., Shaker Hts. 44120.  The show runs from April 3 to May 1, 2016.

    One of our members thought you would like to know...Medina artist, Frederick C. Graff, one of today's foremost watercolorists, is holding a “Beginner Watercolor Workshop” in Hinckley, OH from May 9-12.  For more info about this class and his other upcoming workshops, see

    Watercolor artist and former EAA demonstrator, Christopher Leeper let us know that he is offering watercolor workshops in the upcoming months.  Visit his website
    www.christopherleeper.com for the schedule details.
  • Great Workshops Scheduled for 2016:

    We had a fantastic and fun Zentangle workshop on Saturday, March 26.  Didn’t know that Tangles have such unique names...Opus, Verdigogh, Quobog, Cyme, Mooka....to name a few.  We thank certified Zentangle instructors, Launie McDevitt and Lisa Ruschman for teaching these to us, plus more....and for the giveaways, pizza and salad.  GREAT TIME had by all.

    "Painting Flowers in Watercolor" by world-renowned watercolor artist David Rankin was held on Saturday, April 23, 2016 Here are photos of the workshop... 

    David Rankin's watercolor workshop for June 4, 2016, “Flowers in Nature” is now FULL.  This is very popular, too!  If you would like to be put on the wait list click here for details.  In this class, David will show us how he approaches flower subjects that are found outdoors in nature.