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Our artists work in 2D and 3D with a variety of media.

The Los Altos Art Club is a non-profit educational organization founded in 1945. We are dedicated to the personal development of each member artist. Membership includes artists living in the general Los Altos, California Area.

 

Artists (any medium) of all levels are welcome and can benefit greatly from the programs, demonstrations, art competitions, gallery shows, group exhibitions, and advice from fellow artists in our friendly and supportive group. We also maintain a lending library of art "how to" books, DVDs and videos.  View Member Benefits.

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Member Monthly Meeting - February 10, 2020 Visitors are invited to attend.

Meeting place - Room 3, Grant Park Senior Center, 1575 Holt Ave.

Directions: From Foothill Expressway:

    Turn left onto arboretum Dr (Lucky Supermarket)

    Turn left onto Grant Road

    Turn right onto Newcastle Dr

    Turn right onto Holt Ave

    Turn left into the parking lot

    Walk to Room 3 beyond Multi-purpose building.

Demonstrator for February:

Jim Smyth, Drawing Demonstration

Jim is an adjunct professor of drawing and painting at the college of San Mateo.  He also teaches drawing, painting, life drrawing and quick figure sketching at the Palo Alto Art Center.

 

Jim's website

Image at right: Figure Study 4952

Board Meeting: Wednesday, 4:00  pm,  Mar. 4, 2020, La Boulanger, 300 Main Street, Los Altos

Members are welcome to attend.

The LAAC/Artventures Stories compilation  was presented by Aileen Trant (LAAC) and Lenora Valainis (ArtVentures) to the Los Altos History Museum Director Elisabeth Ward.  She accepted the print copy on behalf of the museum and stated that it will be cataloged and preserved as part of the permanent collection of our community history.  CD copies of the finished catalog were given to contributors. 

 

SPECIAL THANKS TO DOREEN COHEN who originated the idea and collected and compiled the photos and stories from the members.  Learn more.

Flowers in a Mirror, by Kathy Sartain

Mosaic, 17 inches diameter