Jackson Civic Art Association
Where ART Happens and is Celebrated!
Founded in 1947, the Jackson Civic Art Association members include professional and amateur artists, as well as those interested in supporting the visual arts. We meet for the purpose of growing and enriching our appreciation of art, sharing fellowship and support, and enlarging our knowledge of various mediums and techniques. We have a wide variety of activities for our members and many of them are open to the public.
Mary Hertler Tallman is an artist who works in a variety of media including watercolor, oil, pastel, ink and colored pencil. Her style is representational, incorporating vivid colors and strong compositional design. Formal training includes a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Michigan and a Master of Arts from Spring Arbor University. Her […]
General Schedule In honor of our JCAA 70th Year Anniversary we are waiving any visitor fees. Everyone is welcome! Social hour is 6pm Meeting at 6:30pm Demonstration or presentation at 7 – 8:30pm Details for June 6th June 6 – Katherine Taylor, Hillsdale College, Doing an Demonstration in oils
Avé Madiol Veneklasen is a figurative painter working primarily in acrylics and pastels. Born in Illinois in 1952, she grew up surrounded by the paintings of her Dutch grandfather, Arnold Madiol, and his ancestors who were famous artists in the European tradition of the Netherlands. The visual exposure, along with the rich and colorful narratives […]