Association Of Animal Artists
The Association of Animal Artists was founded in 2009 to offer opportunities and support to animal artists who have already attained a level of expertise and experience, whether as amateurs or professionals and who wish to promote and exhibit their artwork and further progress their skills. AAA invites artists to join us for a variety of art events throughout the year. It is the friendship and genuine support that the artists give each other, and, to the charities AAA supports, which are the hallmark of the Association.
Association of Animal Artists
The Association of Animal Artists offers its members exhibition opportunities, workshops, field trips, 'AAA Art Rendezvous' days, an 'AAA plein air group' and the annual ?AAA Charity Dinner?. The ethos of AAA is that all the artists are encouraged to create and exhibit artwork of absolutely any animal; in the air, on the land or in water, in any medium and style. Artists are positively encouraged to explore and enjoy their creativity which leads to varied and dynamic exhibitions.
In addition, AAA is committed to supporting its animal charity partners and actively works to promote them, including Lancashire Constabulary Retired Police Horse Benevolent Fund, World Horse Welfare, Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust (Martin Mere Wetland Centre) and the Thoroughbred Rehabilitation Centre.
AAA is a member of the Fine Art Trade Guild, which offers a special discounted subsidiary rate to Association members who are professional or who are on their way to becoming artists full time.
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The Association of Animal Artists Annual Exhibition will be held at
Castle Park Arts Centre in Frodsham, Cheshire from 6th April to 12th May.
The Preview Evening is on Friday 5th April; RSVP please if you would like to attend, to: email@example.com.
An AAA Art Rendezvous will be held on Saturday 20th April. There will also be AAA workshops and Art Demonstrations during this 6 week exhibition. All are open to the public, some require booking via Castle Park Arts Centre; please visit the AAA website for details.
Castle Park Arts Centre is situated on the edge of Castle Park in Frodsham. The park will support AAA by having 'animal' themed events each week during the exhibition such as birds of prey displays and visits by donkey's from a local sanctuary.
AAA is committed to supporting animal welfare and wildlife conservation and the chosen charities for this exhibition are:
1] Pollyanna Pickering Foundation (http://www.pollyannapickering.co.uk/foundation.htm)
2] WWT Martin Mere Wetland Centre (http://www.wwt.org.uk/visit/martin-mere)
To take part in an AAA Exhibition you need to be a member of AAA. Please visit www.associationofanimalartists.co.uk
The Association of Animal Artists holds regular AAA Art Rendezvous days at various venues which include informal art demonstrations! The Association also runs workshops from time to time.
Acrylic Inks, Acrylics, Canvas, Chinese Brush, Collage, Coloured Pencil, Drawing, Gouache, Mixed Media, Oil pastel, Oils, Pastels, Pen & Ink, Pen And Wash, Pencil/Charcoal, Print, Scraperboard, Water soluble pastels, Watercolour, Watercolour Pencil
Abstract, Animals, Expressionism, Impressionism, Pet Portrait, Wildlife
Association Of Animal Artists
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