Paletteers Art Club 
Paletteers Art Club Wheatridge Colorado


Where Art is Celebrated

Art From the Heart

A Juried Fine Art Exhibit at 
the College Hill Library
3705 W. 112th Ave
Westminster, Co

Sponsored by the Paletteers Art Club
and the SCFD
February 1 - March 15, 2018
 

Join Us!

For details about membership please come be our guest at a meeting or contact: kathjhan@yahoo.com

General Meetings 
7 p.m. Second Monday each month
(except July and December)
Northglenn United Methodist Church
Ed. Bldg. 1551 W. 106th Ave. 
Northglenn, CO, 80234

Current Art Exhibits

MAC
3295 W 72nd Ave
Westminster, CO 80031

Northglenn Rec Center
11801 Community Center Dr
Northglenn, CO 80233 

Northglenn United Methodist Church
1605 W. 106th Ave. 
Denver, CO 80234

College Hill Library (Upper Floor) 
3705 W 112th Ave.
Westminster, CO 80031



Current Paletteers Newsletter
(Right click on link and save PDF file to your computer).



About Us
The Paletteers Art Club, Inc. was formed in 1961 by a group of five local artists who met on a regular basis for painting sessions. After several months, they decided to form an art club to promote the highest standards in original works of art by artists in the community, and to encourage the practice and appreciation of fine art. 

Purpose and Goals: 
The Club continues to support fellowship among its members, provide public awareness, stimulate creativity, raise standards of excellence and promote the arts in Adams County.
Paletteers Art Club Provides:

Association With Local Artists: 
Make new Friends!
Places to Exhibit: 
The Club sponsors several exhibits in the greater Denver area.
Demonstrations and Lectures: 
Learn new techniques and improve your skills with guest artists at every general meeting.
Annual Shows: 
Win cash awards at club sponsored, open, and juried fine art shows.
Workshops:
When available, workshops provide an opportunity to gain additional artistic information from well-known instructors.
Art Shows & Sales: 
A chance to sell your paintings.
Membership in the Club Consists of Active and Associate Members 

Active Members 
Are those actively engaged as an artist and may become a member upon payment of dues and will be required to submit three pieces of Fine Art to the Executive Board for jurying. If accepted, he/she will be given the privilege of signing up for available exhibits. If not accepted, he/she will be given the opportunity to be re-juried at a later date.

Associate Members
Are businesses, organizations or individuals who are interested in encouraging and supporting art in general, and the Paletteers Art Club, Inc. in particular.

Benefits of Membership in the Paletteers Art Club
  1. Places to exhibit and sell your art work – The Club sponsors several on-going exhibit sites in the North Metro Denver area.
  2. Demonstrations and Lectures – Members can learn new techniques and improve art skills with guest artists at every general meeting.
  3. Association with local artists – Members can make new “Art” friends and learn from other local artists.
  4. Fine Art Shows – The Club sponsors at least two Fine Art Shows each year. These shows are usually juried and cash awards are presented. Miniature shows with opportunities to sell cards and bin pieces are often held in conjunction with our Fine Art Shows.
  5. Monthly Newsletter – The Club publishes a monthly newsletter with updates on shows and exhibits, minutes from the last Club meeting, and other articles of interest to the members.
  6. Workshops – Workshops provide opportunities to study with well-known instructors from throughout the U.S.
  7. Social Media – Our website, www.paletteers.com, provides the opportunity for members to exhibit artwork on the internet, and our Facebook page keeps members updated on current Club events.
  8. Community Service – Members of the Paletteers Art Club participate in a variety of community service projects from mural painting to working with children and senior citizens on art projects.
Dues
Paletteers Art Club is a non-profit organization. Our yearly dues of $30 are payable on or before May 31st. 
Click Here to Contact Us if You'd Like to Become a Member
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S.C.F.D.
Many of the programs and projects offered by the Paletteers Art Club are made possible by grants from the S.C.F.D. (Scientific and Cultural Facilities District) through the Adams County Cultural Council.New Paragraph
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