Amador County Artists Association
For over thirty years, the Amador County Artists Association (ACAA)
has been providing support and information for artists in Amador County
by promoting and encouraging the production, cultivation and appreciation of the visual arts.
November at Sutter Creek Gallery:
Oil Artist John Peck
John Peck has had a varied career. Following a 40-year stint in public service, his passion for self-expression led him to art and oil painting. Born in Marin County, Peck followed many family members into law enforcement where he received numerous awards and accolades including the Gold Corrections Star for bravery. Peck will be the featured artist at Sutter Creek Gallery during the month of November...[read more]
November at Gallery 10:
"Serendipity" by Bonnie Breeze
“It all began in kindergarten, Redlands, CA, when I overheard my teacher tell my mother that my paintings were exceptional,” Bonnie Breeze recalls as she prepares for her November show at Gallery 10, Sutter Creek.
Since that time, as a third grader, Bonnie started drawing trees, and in eighth grade her teacher gave her extra time to do art. She was recommended by that teacher to the high school to be allowed to take advanced art as a freshman. Onward and forward, Bonnie became an Art-Drama major in University and later a major in Elementary Education...[read more]
THE AMADOR COUNTY ARTISTS ASSOCIATION holds its monthly meeting on Wednesday, November 13 at 7PM at the Amador Senior Center.
Heather Hopman, co-owner of Chaos Glassworks in Sutter Creek, will be our demonstrator following the general meeting. Hopman works in a variety of mediums including lampworked soft glass beads, ceramics, gourds, metalworking, blown glass and watercolors. She was born and raised in Amador County, and has studied under Loren Stump, Robert Mickelson and Vittorio Constantini.