MCAL Objectives
  • To promote the education, exploration, awareness and development of the visual arts.
  • To promote group and community interest in and appreciation of the arts.
  • To sponsor and/or participate in art shows, exhibits and community projects.

2014 MCAL Scholarship Award Winners

On March 24, 2014 the Medina County Art League hosted our Annual Scholarship Awards. This is the time of year that we set aside to recognize the talents of local High School Seniors with monies to help them with their further education in the arts.

The ceremony took place at the Medina Medical Building behind The Medina Hospital. We would like to thank everyone who joined us in recognizing and encouraging these young aspiring artists. There was live music, refreshments and plenty of great artwork to browse by these gifted young people. Congratulations to all of the 2014 MCAL Scholarship Award winners!

See the 2014 Scholarship Award winners here!
View the photos from the 2014 Scholarship Awards Event here.

(From left to right: Megan McNamara, Austin Turner, Sarah Zona,
Emily Buckingham and Kathryn Schwarz)

The Medina County Art League Welcomes


Tricia will demonstrate how to create a portrait with pastels using a live model!

Tricia is a lifetime Ohio resident, she teaches workshops periodically at the Valley Art Center and has served for eight years as the Ohio Ambassador for the Portrait Society of America.

Tricia paints from life. She says, “Working with living models adds a sacred dimension to my painting. It allows me to witness the beauty of the human form and the divine element of the human soul.  My joy is painting what I love most…people.”

Please plan to attend the April 28th general meeting at 7:00 at the A. I. Root Candle Company’s Meeting room to see this talented, award winning artist!


Dino Massaroni Visits MCAL!

Despite a crazy beginning with the double booking of our usual meeting room- the February 24th MCAL program came off smoothly.  We moved across the street to the A. I. Root factory and met in the lunchroom. Dino arrived and what a professional ! He took the mix up in stride and presented a wonderfuloil portrait demonstration using a live model. In the end the room was small but it was cozy and warm and everyone had a great time. Thanks Dino!       - Darlene Young


The MCAL is pleased to announce a presentation by

Dino will be demonstrating how he creates his beautiful portraits using oil paints.


When: February 24, 2014

Where: A. I. Root Candle Company, Community Room
             623 West Liberty Street, Medina, Ohio 44256


  • Business Meeting 7:00
  • Light Refreshments
  • Program begins at 7:30-7:45


The meeting is open to members, newcomers and guests.


 Please join us in welcoming this talented, award winning artist!

Contact Darlene at 330-483-3554 for questions.

Wow Henry and Elaine!

The weather outside was brutally cold and the wind chills were well below zero at the January 27th general meeting but guest presenter Henry Edinger treated us to a taste of spring! Henry gave a wonderful demonstration on painting with acrylics and his beautifully rendered woodland-field scene was fresh, warm and green.

Both Henry and Elaine Lamb have been ceaseless in their efforts and dedication in promoting and supporting the Arts in the City and County of Medina for the past forty years. We were proud to recognize them with lifetime memberships to the Medina County Art League- Congratulations Elaine and Henry from all of us!


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Medina GazeboArt In the Park is an annual fine art show and sale, it features over 130 artists and craftsmen from across the U.S.


Aquarius Exhibition

Aquarius ExhibitionThe annual Aquarius Exhibition features artwork by MCAL members and is hosted by the Medina County District Library.


MCAL Scholarships

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