See Members' Art

This page provides opportunities to see the work of BAA artists online, as well as listing physical exhibits where members' work can be seen.  We are creating new galleries that show member work created for the Art Challenge and the Mardi Gras Party in February. Also new are the profiles of individual member artists. Because of a new focus on virtual shows, the Annual Fall and Spring shows, which in the past were on exhibit for one month at the Bethlehem Library, will now be kept online for a year. If you are interested in any works which may be for sale, please contact the artist using the contact information that is provided or use the contact form on the Home Page.

Monthy Art Challenge 

The Art Challenge supplies a new original reference photo each month to member artists and they produce a new piece of art based upon it.  See the differences in style and approach of various artists. Click to see the Gallery:

Mardi Grad Party at February 2021 Meeting

The February Meeting allowed members to show each other their creations based on a Mardi Gras theme. Those works have been collected in this online gallery: 

 Links to See Individual BAA Members' Work:

These buttons will take you to artist websites, galleries that show an artist's work, and member profiles:

Physical Venues that Feature the Work of Member Artists

Bethlehem Chamber of Commerce, 316 Delaware Ave., Delmar - This is an ongoing exhibition of a dozen works by BAA artists.

Other Exhibits That Include BAA Members:

Michael Joyce has an exhibit at the William K. Sanford Library in Colonie during the month of August.  The exhibit includes new pieces from Michael's SPF foam collection.

Peter Keitel has work in the CREATE (Greene County Council on the Arts) Member Show in Catskill.  The gallery is open Fridays and Saturdays from noon to 5 pm.  There will be a closing reception on August 28, 3 to 5 pm.

Karen Zimmers has three works on virtual exhibit in the Walt Disney Family Museum in San Francisco.  The exhibit is titled, "Conserving the Magic of the Planet". It was launched on Earth Day.  
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