About the League

Who We Are : The Dublin Area Art League is a non-profit organization established in 1985 and encourages art through interaction with fellow artists; educates through workshops, demonstrations and lectures; and provides opportunities for the representation of local art to the community.

Join : Membership in DAAL, with annual dues, is open to anyone living in the Central Ohio area interested and practicing Fine Arts: amateur, professional or enthusiast. Fine arts in this context include: painting, graphic arts, sculpture, photography, fiber arts, ceramic arts, and mixed media. We are open to adults age 17 and older and any skill level of ability. We offer Family Memberships for artists living at the same address.

Benefits : The Dublin Area Art League holds monthly meetings and four juried shows a year. Monthly meeting content varies, and includes guest speakers, critiques, on-site sessions, media demonstrations and more. Since its inception in 1985, the Dublin Art League takes pride in our members and is represented by many varied talents.


 

The Dublin Area Art League is a section 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization and is partially funded by the Dublin Arts Council through a Community Arts Grant to encourage community engagement, cultivate creativity and foster life-long learning through the arts.


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I was also in the Art Sale room and the other holiday craft sale! ...

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Did anyone see a pair of black leather gloves, with a furry-like top, at the Dublin Rec Center on Saturday, at our show pick-up area? I lost mine somewhere that morning..will be at the event tonight! Thx a bunch! ...

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These rocks are called "Box Rocks" and are found in an area about a mile south of The Wave. They are also formed by the wind and are very delicate. This particular place is called "Fatali's Boneyard" named after the photographer Michael Fatali who lives in northern Arizona. ...

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Another view of The Wave. I call the photo "Warp Speed." If you are a Star Trek fan, you'll know why I call it that! ...

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The amazing swirls of The Wave. It is hard to imagine how this was formed. Mother Nature's artistry never ceases to amaze me! ...

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The DAAL member show at the Upper Arlington main library looks great!! Thanks a lot to the UA Library for supporting the arts and to Judy Coggin for chairing the show! ...

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The 67 pieces by DAAL members in the UA library exhibit look great! Thanks to all the talented artists that participated!
On view until Feb 17, 2018
2800 Tremont Road
Upper Arlington, OH
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A few more images from my Arizona/Utah trip last month...within the Bureau of Land Management's Vermilion Cliffs National Monument, in an area called the North Coyote Buttes (on the Arizona/Utah border) is a very special place called "The Wave." It was formed and sculpted completely by the wind over hundreds of thousands of years and is one of the most unique places I have ever had the privilege to see and photograph. Due the the delicate nature of the The Wave and other formations nearby, only 20 people per day are issued a permit via a lottery system to hike into the area, otherwise it would be destroyed by the constant foot traffic. This is a true wilderness area with no marked trails, no water, food or facilities, and no cell phone service. Navigation is by landmarks, map, and a compass or handheld GPS. ...

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