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BIG Week coming up at Corona Art Association!

Have we got a big week of ART coming your way from your friendly neighborhood art association!

First up, Thursday, October 7 from 3:30-5:30pm we've got Open Studio. This is a time to set aside your worries of the day and enjoy a few moments of camaraderie with other art-lovers and makers. Bring your latest project, or just yourself. $3 donation gets you a drink and a snack and access to art supplies if you need them. You deserve to come out and play!


Friday, October 8th, the next round of Watercolors with Kathryn Duncan, CAA member and owner of the Art Workout, starts. Classes are held 12-2pm in the Gallery. You will get 3 weeks of professional, structured lessons which includes professional grade supplies, for just $80 per person.

Topics include:

  • Get to know your pigments

  • Color mixing, granulation, transparency, etc.

  • Glazing the same color for intensity

  • Analogous and Complementary color relationships

  • Mixed Media Exploration

Kathryn uses professional QoR watercolor and papers, all provided, unless students wish to keep everything in a sketchbook; they can bring one or purchase one from the instructor. Questions? Contact Kathryn Duncan at (626) 823-8731 or


Join us Saturday, October 9th for our Fall-O-Ween Friends Workshop!

What: Workshop painting a threesome of Fall and Halloween friends on various turned wood elements including finals and blocks. Tallest is ~ 12".

Who: Artist Instructor Laureen Pedroza

Where: CAA Gallery

When: Saturday, Oct. 9 from 1-5pm

How Much: $45 for CAA members, $50 for nonmembers - which includes ALL supplies for ALL THREE figures. This is a phenomenal value!

Sign up today! We need a minimum of 5 participants to make it run.


Sunday, October 10, CAA members will meet up at Rock Vista Park for painting en Plein Air from approximately 8am-noon! Rock Vista Park is tucked away in a residential neighborhood in the Corona Hill's area off Promenade and McKinley at 2488 Steven Dr. Like a tiny wildlife preserve, this park has a walking trail, trees, wildflowers, a stream, rock formations, and other interesting things to paint. It also has restrooms! No need to sign up, just bring your painting gear!


Our monthly General Meeting for CAA members and prospective members is on Tuesday, October 10, from 6-8pm in the Gallery. CAA Life Member and world renown artist, Subbodh Maheshwari will be providing a demonstration in oil and chalk pastels. Please bring your own pastels if you want to follow along!



  • Autumn Haunt 2021 👻 is here! That's right, our second annual fall Virtual Art Challenge is back. All K-12 aged students in the CNUSD service area are welcome to submit an entry for FREE. Ribbons will be awarded to 1st, 2nd, and 3rd places. Adults in the Inland Empire are invited to submit up to two original artwork entries with a $10 donation to CAA to be considered for cash prizes for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd places.. Get your details here:

  • 🖌 Adult (16+) painting and drawing with Mary Lou Wallace occurs every Monday from 3:30-5:30pm. Cost is $60 for 4 sessions. To sign up, go to:

  • 🖼 We offer custom mat cutting to members and the public at very competitive pricing! Check out the info on our website:

  • 🎃 We have a variety of Fall and Halloween hand-made art and jewelry in our Gallery Gift Shop! Business hours are 12-4pm, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, excluding most holidays. You can browse before you come in or buy online:

  • 😎 Member Mingle is on Sundays in the Gallery. Paid CAA members are welcome to mingle in the Gallery on Sundays. Bring your paints, art projects, or other leisure activities, and enjoy some quality social time while you create and relax with other CAA members. **Excludes Take-In and Workshop days.**

  • 🍁 The "Awesome Autumn" Art Show was hung, judged and winners pinned last week. Check out all the entries in the gallery now through mid-November. The online Winners Wall can be viewed here:


Art happens here!

The Corona Art Association is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit community arts organization that has been serving the artistic needs of our communities since your participation in our events and donations help us to continue to support visual arts education and enjoyment for free or low-cost to residents of all ages and abilities. Thank you.

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