DePirro.collage.02b large.jpgBarbara De Pirro will be teaching a 1 day workshop hosted by OPAA.  Check the Workshop page for details and registration.  Click here



Check for all workshops and classes on the Worshop page

On January 1st 2016, Sequim Arts became the Olympic Peninsula Art Association.

The name change reflects the organization’s commitment to serving all visual artists on the Olympic Peninsula.  We look forward to learning from and sharing art with an even broader group of like minded folks.
Please join us for our monthly art talks, or an art event!

Newsletter for March Click here

Next Meeting Thursday, March 23,2017

OPAA will present a program and demonstration by Sally Cays in the Parish Hall of St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, 525 N. 5th Ave., Sequim. . Visitors are always welcome and our demonstrations are always free. You do not need to be a member. Doors open at 9:30 am for meet and greet, followed by a short business meeting followed by a program and demonstration by Sally Cays.

Sally Cays watercolor paintings reflect her love of intense color and strong contrasts, and express the beauty she sees in the world around her with what she calls “the luminous quality of watercolor.”  Although many of her paintings are florals and still lifes, as she has grown in her art she has included wildlife, landscape, and portrait paintings; as well as award-winning, highly detailed colored pencil, ink, and charcoal drawings.

Ms. Cays is a primarily self-taught artist who has original paintings and prints of her paintings in collections both across this country and internationally. She has been represented by galleries in Washington, Oregon, and California. Her original paintings are currently featured in the Heatherton Gallery, Port Angeles, Washington.



OPAA Members Show People’s Choice,
George Zien’s Watercolor,
“The Raven”