Gallery Photos by LCAC Member: Linda Poteet
Welcome to the Lodi Community Art Center
We are a non-profit operating a gallery in beautiful downtown Lodi, California.
We host open juried competitions, display student art, offer classes and workshops, and much more.
Our mission is to stimulate and encourage interest in, and a study of, the Visual Arts.
To provide a meeting place for the members of this organization.
To encourage the teaching of art and provide classrooms for Art Instruction.
To encourage the civic development of Fine Arts and Crafts and strengthen such interest in the community.
To sponsor a gallery or exhibition of arts and crafts.
Lodi Community Art Center’s 2018 Small Works Show and 2018 Itty-Bitty Mini Show
SHOW IS OPEN TO YOUTH AND ADULT ARTISTS!
View works on display: December 7 - December 28, 2018
Lodi Community Art Center | map
110 W Pine Street | Lodi, CA 95240 | 209.333.385
Entries will be received on Friday, Nov. 30, and Saturday, Dec. 1, noon to 5 pm.
Registration is in person upon delivery of your artwork at the Gallery.
Opening reception is First Friday, Dec. 7. Awards will be presented at the opening reception.
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We are non-profit and depend on supporters of art to stay open to serve local artists and our community.
We are closed Mon & Tue
Open Wed - Sun: 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Farmers Market Thursdays (May 19 - Sept 1): Open 12:00 PM - 8:00 PM
First Friday Art Hop: Open 12:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Upcoming Classes - Adult
Upcoming Classes - Youth
November 2018 Featured Artist: Patti Kennedy - Just My Nature: Watercolor, Acrylic, Mixed Media
Reception: November 2nd | 6 PM - 8:30 PM
It is just my nature to create and I am most inspired by nature. Drawing pictures or playing with clay was my first way to share stories.
Before taking a hiatus to raise my children I worked as a production artist on projects from machine parts to museum exhibits. When a near fatal collision forced me into eighteen months of recovery I returned to visual art with renewed passion.
One of my first local projects was assisting Temo Moreno in completing the mural in the Cesar Chavez library in Stockton California. Now I share the satisfaction of creativity as an Artist in Schools with San Joaquin County Office of Education, bringing art lessons into the classroom. My own work focuses on what I see in the world around me. Birds, old buildings or leaf stains on a sidewalk, there is always something beautiful to find.
Member of the National League of American Pen Women and Lodi Community Art Center
Media: Painting / Printmaking / Photography/Whatever is at hand
October 2018 Featured Artist: 7th Annual Photography Show and Sale
Did you know the Gallery gets a refresh every month?
Come check out this month's exhibit and enjoy browsing items created by local artists!