Guild 2021 Calendar
Kids Art Kits - Paint or Clay
New for 2021, these beautiful calendars feature the art of a different Guild artist every month. As a fundraiser, your calendar purchase will support the Guild’s continuing educational programs. These make wonderful holiday gifts!
1-3 calendars - $21.82 ea (tax included)
4 or more calendars - $16.37 ea (tax included)
Kits contain lessons prepared by Guild member instructors and materials needed to accomplish the projects. Perfect for children's Christmas gifts or for homeschoolers. Available in the Gallery for viewing before ordering.
Acrylic Painting Art Kit - $40
Clay Art Kit - $45
No shipping on these kits. Must be picked up at the Guild during regular business hours.
in the Main Gallery
Ongoing Virtual Show
Online Show Dates:
From June 23, 2020 until May 30, 2021
Ongoing Virtual Show
Painting Expressively with Color
Russell Johnson, Instructor
Mon., January 18 and Tues., January 19, 2021 9 am – 4 pm
New edition now available
Quarterly magazine dedicated to the latest art and Guild news.
Make holiday shopping easy and meaningful this year by supporting local artists.
HELPING TO KEEP ART ALIVE SINCE 1949
GUILD: We are a non-profit organization dedicated to providing education, support and training in all aspects of the visual arts through exhibits, workshops, scholarships, seminars and practical experience in the creation of artistic works. The Guild serves as a charitable vehicle through which artists and members may associate with others of similar interests, offering support and encouragement for the development of their artistic talents.
GALLERY & GIFT SHOP: The Mountain Artists Gallery & Gift Shop provides a place for emerging artists of all media to display and sell their work in a fine art gallery setting. Other benefits include learning such necessary skills as quality matting and framing and display and presentation of fine art and craftsmanship, in regularly changing exhibitions. All exhibitions give members the opportunity to display and sell at least one art piece.
It is the policy and commitment of the Guild that it does not discriminate against staff, employees, members, governing Board and service delivery on the basis of race, age, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or religion.