A vibrant community of artists in the Orangeville, Ontario area.

Membership

Membership

$55.00

Membership options:

Artist

  • $35.00 per year if paid between the Fall Show (usually held in October) and the end of the following January.
  • $55.00 if paid after January 31.
  • Membership is valid until December 31st of each year.

Student

  • Free for young artists 21 years of age or younger, and/or who are enrolled in full time post secondary education. Please contact the Membership coordinator to request a student membership.
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Description

Our application may be downloaded and mailed with payment to:

Orangeville Art Group Membership
Box 235
Orangeville, ON
L9W 2Z6

Benefits of membership

By becoming a member you will enjoy the following:

Attending workshops led by professional artists. Once a month, except December and the Summer months,  a leading artist spends the day with a group of up to 15 members introducing art techniques in one of several media and on a variety of topics. Workshops are suitable for all skills levels. See the events tab for upcoming workshops. Non-members pay $95 per workshop; members pay $60.00.

Displaying your work at local venues. Members may enter their work in various shows and sales. We have permanent displays in the lobby of the Headwaters Hospital and in the Orangeville Library at Mill Street. We also have jewelry, pottery, sculpture, and other 3-D art in a display case in the Orangeville Town Hall. These displays are rotated every couple of months.

Showing your art at the Annual Show in the fall as well as other shows from time to time. Members may enter their work for display and sale in our shows. These are usually open shows in which members select their works for display and sale. Sometimes the entries are juried for awards and for feedback to participants.

Sharing your art interests with other members through art talks, plein air paint-ins, and social events.

Receiving discounts at local stores.

Student Memberships

Free for young artists 21 years of age or younger, and/or who are enrolled in full time post secondary education. Please contact the Membership coordinator to request a student membership.

If you would like us to contact you regarding a student membership, please fill out the form below. Thank you.

Upcoming Events

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Artist, Educator, Mentor & OAG Member: DEBORAH ANN MORRIS
Offers: Online, Interactive, Private & Small Group
Expressive Arts Workshops Available:
Stress/Anxiety Relief, Mindful Eating, Book Making & Journal Pages and More!
Look for FREE 'Events' posted on Facebook public page: Image'n'Thyme Studio & Gardens
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Spring! Bring it on! "Butterfly" - acrylic by DONNA HOSKEN. From Autumn Artistry, OAG's 2019 Annual Fall Art Show, hosted this past September at Orangeville's historic Town Hall, Culture Days weekend. #localartist #SpringTime #acrylicpainting ... See MoreSee Less

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Signs of spring! 😉 "Nuthatch" - acrylic by JUDI ISLAND. From Autumn Artistry, OAG's 2019 Annual Fall Art Show, hosted this past September at Orangeville's historic Town Hall, Culture Days weekend. #localartist #acrylicpainting ... See MoreSee Less

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We're ready!😄 "Spring Explosion" - acrylic pour by MJ BRUNET. From Autumn Artistry, OAG's 2019 Annual Fall Art Show, hosted this past September at Orangeville's historic Town Hall, Culture Days weekend. #localartist @mjseasel ... See MoreSee Less

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Come take a walk on the sentimental side of life as OAG's WENDY REID of Art Haven presents her 'Inspired By' exhibit at the Alton Mill Gallery through March.

"Welcome to the Show and Welcome to my new series: 'Awe My Heart!'
In this series I investigated and recorded a moment in time. It is paramount that we grab opportunities to be kind and sentimental. Things are so fast paced in today's world.
What inspired me to create this series? It's my love for people, mother nature, a love of nurture and change. A snapshot in time can be change, frozen. This allows the viewer to see what I see. These sculptures are the intersection of my family, love, art, and soul. As you might have guessed they all have clues and symbols. Come take a walk on the sentimental side of life and see a frozen piece of time, with relevance and beauty. See things through this artist's eye."

Photo by Wendy Reid. "Little Missy Loves to Draw" Medium: plaster, wax and paint
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