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.

MCAL Member Featured in Eye on Fine Art Photography Magazine

A Bill Beuther photograph of New Orleans street musicians, Street Beat, is in the August issue of Eye on Fine Art Photography magazine.  Click on the link to see the image.

Bill and Lee Beuther Art Exhibit at Medina Library

June 23 - July 20, 2014

Artwork by award-winning local artists, Bill and Lee Beuther, will be on display on the 3rd Floor of the Medina County District Library from June 23 through July 20, 2014. This exhibit represents a wide variety of subject matter, styles, and techniques employed by the artists.  Bill's photographs and Lee's paintings run the gamut from traditional to wildly experimental, and promise something for everyone's taste.

Medina County District Library, 3rd Floor, 210 S. Broadway, Medina, OH 44256

MCAL Season Closes With a Field Trip Featuring, Elaine Lamb

Award Winning Potter/Ceramicist Elaine Lamb will host the May 19th meeting of the Medina County Art lambLeague at her art studio: 721 South Court Street in Medina, Ohio!

Our own MCAL member Elaine Lamb has been a professional potter for over 35 years. She has worked in several studio settings, including owning a successful studio/gallery in Medina’s historic district. She currently divides her time between her sky-lit studio called “Mudmother’s” in Medina, Ohio and her North Carolina Mountain retreat where she has a second home and studio.

Elaine works independently, creating each piece one at a time by hand from start to completion of the process. This studio freedom has allowed her to focus her creative energy and spirit on her art. Elaine also continues expanding her knowledge by taking classes at the Cleveland Art Institute and Penland School of Crafts.

7:00 Short General Meeting followed by light refreshments.
7:30-7:45 Elaine will present her program!

This meeting is open to members, guests and visitors.

For more information contact Darlene at 330-483-3554

Tricia Kaman - What An Inspiration!

On Monday evening award winning artist Tricia Kaman demonstrated why she is such a much sought after artist! Tricia began her program with a short video, then proceeded to give a wonderful portrait demonstration using Pastels. The skill and confidence of her work were mesmerizing and everyone really enjoyed watching her work her magic. - Darlene Young


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)

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Upcoming Events

General Meeting
Mon Sep 22 @ 7:00PM

Board Meeting
Thu Oct 09 @ 7:00PM

Open Studio
Tue Oct 21 @ 7:00PM

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Art In The Park

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

Native RTL SupportAwarding graduating senior high school students art scholar- ships has been one way MCAL gives back to the community.


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