No LAA meetings will be held until after December 2020. Please check back here at the end of December to see whether meetings will start up again in January.
Please see your May 2020 newsletter for full details.
CANCELLED: April 21, 2020 at 7PM: Watercolor demonstration by Byron Carr. has been CANCELLED. His presentation will be rescheduled at a later time.
Update: the 55th Annual Show has been cancelled and will not be rescheduled.
Our annual show is a celebration, not just of the artwork we’ve created over the year, but of our community of fellow artists and supporters. The recent upgrading of Covid-19 to pandemic status has caused anxiety and uncertainty. The LAA board recognizes the importance of helping limit the potential spread of this disease and has decided to postpone our exhibit to a later date. This is disappointing to all of us, especially to the volunteers who have been working so hard to arrange the show.
For now, and until the new date is set, LAA will hold onto all registration forms and fees. If for some reason, you would like to withdraw from the show, please let us know.
Updates will follow through our Facebook page, this website, and through our newsletter. Thank you for your understanding!
LAA will hold it’s annual holiday “pot luck” dinner and museum tour at the Fitchburg Art Museum, 185 Elm St. , Fitchburg, MA
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 12TH 6:00 – 8:00 PM.
PLEASE BRING A POTLUCK FOOD ITEM AND A GUEST!
Also, please note the change on the Schedule of Events Program: it originally was listed as Dec. 19th.
Eric Vickery photography is pleased to announce the presentation of an Arctic Adventure of climate importance focus on Tuesday September 18, from 7:00- 9:00 at the Congregational Church of Christ 583 Main St. (Rte. 13) in Leominster, MA.
Spend the evening with Lunenburg, MA resident and photographer Eric Vickery who will be sharing his passion for the outdoors and environment by presenting a multi-media presentation on the incredible beauty and importance of the Arctic regions.
As an adventure and travel photographer, he had the good fortune to join photographers from ten other countries on a winter visit to the South coast of Iceland to experience ice caves, auroras and glaciers. Photographic experiences on this trip enabled working with and contributing to “The Artic Arts Project” whose mission is to inspire with a visual response to climate change and to see the world differently.
The winter expedition also laid groundwork for the Vickery family to return for a summer circumnavigation of the island and see its many unique wonders in the summer season and light of the midnight sun.
Continuing association with the Arctic Arts Project, Eric journeyed to Scoresby Sound in East Greenland recently with another photographic team on the Schooner “Donna Wood” to experience the raw existence of the remote landscapes and Inuit settlements. The scale and beauty of these regions is truly beyond words and better shared visually.
To complement the considerable experience and talent of this photographic team, Eric provided support for aerial perspective with drone video and still photography. This was above some unique mountain formations around which hundreds of glacial tongues that extend and calve into Scoresby Sound, and source the range of icebergs. Even seeing them up close and personal, with all their dynamic sounds and color, one cannot describe the scale and wonder of these melting giants.
Certainly seasonal changes occur, but it is with a combination of the art and science that we can begin to understand the important role these play in the stability and health of the region and planet. The intense beauty, immense scale and sense of wonder can be a motivator to think about how involved we will become in our stewardship of Arctic region and planet as globalization and politics also change in accelerating ways.
Please join us for this beautiful presentation about the importance the Arctic regions to the health of our planet and how we must become better stewards of it.
To see a complete brochure including photos, please download the .pdf document Arctic Adventure Leominster Art Assoc 91818
Lawrence Academy in Groton, MA welcomes the work of Carolyn Todd in “Southwest by Northeast”
Opening Friday, September 21, 2018 from 6 PM-7:30 PM ~ Live music and refreshments
On display through December 14, 2018 in the Conant Gallery (entrance on Rt. 40)
Gallery open Monday-Friday 9 AM-4 PM Saturday and Sunday 12-4 PM – 26 Powerhouse Road, Groton MA