EAA Spring 2015 All Colorado Art Show
An Evening of Critique and Feedback for Artists of all Levels with Guest Artist Nura Mascarenas
Sell Your Art!
Guest Speaker Kathy Beekman of Beekman Fine Art & Design will lead you through a two hour mini marketing workshop.
Framing Your Art
Come meet local photographer and framer Ken Juliano of Adobe Creek Framing and Photography at Main Street Gallery. Ken will give a free talk on how to properly frame your own artwork.
Wednesday, March 18th at Main Street Gallery
Social time at 5:30, Demo begins at 6:00.
Join The EAA Gallery
Interested in joining our juried
co-op gallery? Main Street Gallery is a unique and sophisticated gallery located in the heart of downtown Evergreen.
Learn more about our gallery and artists by clicking here.
The Evergreen Artists Association promotes the visual arts in our mountain community with art shows, members activities, scholarships, workshops, programs and our 48th annual Evergreen Fine Arts Festival. We also manage the
Main Street Fine Art Gallery in
Come share in the fun!
For non-members, you can find a wealth of information about our organization and our activities. You can even join the EAA through this website once you find what an excellent organization we are.
Members can update their personal information, control privacy settings and add photo albums to their member profile page. You can also add a link to your website. If you don't have your own, you can use your profile page as a place to promote your work via your artists statement and by posting images to your photo albums!
So we encourage all members to keep their profile pages up to date.
Again, welcome one and all. Take your time and enjoy the site.
Evergreen was chosen as a candidate Creative District by the state of Colorado in June 2014. If all goes as planned, then in two years we will become a certified Creative District! Thanks to all the hundreds of artists, musicians, theatre players, and creatives that belong to our mountain community by the lake to make this place what it is today.
To read more about the current seven creative districts, CLICK HERE.