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Welcome to the Eastern Shore Art League of Virginia

We are more than 100 strong. Our members range from beginners to professionals to patrons who enjoy collecting and supporting artists' efforts. We work in oil paint, watercolor and acrylic, in clay, stained glass, tile, metal, wood, pastels, graphite and more. Many of our members teach classes and workshops. We meet monthly to enjoy an art education program, and have additional planned outings and events every month. There's always a lot to do.


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Our Eastern Shore Art League Gallery is the place to go to find beautiful, affordable paintings and fine crafts by artists on the Shore.

Open Mid-April through December.     ESAL GALLERY


 MONTHLY EVENTS

Updates by April Flory, Pres.

ESAL Board Meeting - Wednesday, May 4 at 11a.m. - PNC Bank, Onley

Second Friday Art Stroll - Friday, May 13, 5-8pm

ESAL Members Meeting  - Wednesday, May 18 at 12:30 - Island House Restaurant, Wachapreague.  


Paint out - Paint-Out - Tuesday, May 10 - By The Bay Alpacas, Pungoteague


Paint-Out - Wednesday, May 25 - Hostess Anne Holland, Franktown

Info and Driving Directions

A 501C3 NON-PROFIT PROMOTING THE VISUAL ARTS ON THE EASTERN SHORE P.O. BOX 151 . ONANCOCK, VA 23417 . 757-787-1906 . www.esartleague.org REGULAR WEEKLY  & BIWEEKLY EVENTS

Cafe Society - Thursdays at 5pm - Blarney Stone, Onancock

Informal evening get-togethers with your fellow artists

Figure Drawing - 2nd. And 4th. Saturdays from 2 - 4:30 - The Bank Coffee House, 44 Market Street, Onancock - $15 at the door.  May 14 model - Anna Page Joseph, May 28 - to be announced.

IN FOND MEMORY

Our dear Margaret Holmes has passed away.... Margaret was a member of the Eastern Shore Art League for many years, an artist of painting and silk painting scarves. She showed her work at the Smithsonian once. Her love and beautiful adventurous spirit will always be a blessing to each of us who knew her.

Colorful Scarf One of Margaret’s Creations