PO Box 2177, Johnson City, TN 37605, (423) 743-7799
Watauga Valley Art League PO Box 2177, Johnson City,TN 37605 (423) 743-7799
Watauga Valley Art LeaguePO Box 2177, Johnson City,TN 37605(423) 743-7799

ABOUT THE LEAGUE

  • The Watauga Valley Art League (WVAL) is composed of 100+ members in the six northeastern counties of Tennessee. Its mission is to encourage artists and promote public interest in fine art through education, networking and fellowship among its artists. WVAL membership consists of art teachers, professionals, hobbyists, amateurs and some who just love art.

 

  • The league holds monthly meetings to carry out its mission through informational programs and demonstrations. The league also sponsors art exhibits, maintains a free video Art Library and participates in community art projects.


HISTORY OF THE LEAGUE

  • The Watauga Valley Art League was formed by a small group of northeast Tennessee artists in the fall of 1969. The first meeting occurred on the campus of Milligan College on November13, 1970. In 1972 the league held its first member art show.


LEAGUE MEETINGS

  • The league meets on the second Sunday of each month at Sycamore Shoals Historic State Park in Elizabethton, TN. Refreshments and optional art critiques begin at 1:30 pm. The meeting starts at 2:00 pm and runs to about 3:30 pm.


ART EXHIBITS

  • The league sponsors four to six member art exhibits each year. Member artwork typically includes a broad range of media, such as oil, acrylics, watercolor, pastel, pen & ink, mixed media and sculpture.

All artists featured here are members of the Watauga Valley Art League and display a sampling of their artwork for your enjoyment.  Paintings may be purchased through direct contact with the individual artist.

Also included on this site is information on the art league and current news relative to the  league and it's members.  Please click on the artist or item of your interest.

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