Bringing Art Inspiration, Information, and Education to the Clayton Community
DON WALTON STEPHENSON
In memory of an outstanding Clayton Visual Arts member. Don joined CVA in October 2010 and was part of the Gallery hanging crew. Besides being an artist, he was a biologist, an environmentalist and conservationist, a teacher, an army veteran, a naturalist, a poet, and a good conservationist and humorist. Late in life he played guitar and sang in a bluegrass band.
Don was an asset to the arts community of the Town of Clayton – and one of the kindest and dearest friends to all. We will miss him!
In support of the State of NC and the Clayton Community, CVA has suspended all its exhibitions, gatherings and receptions until further notice.
CVA Gatherings take place each First Tuesday of the Month at The Clayton Center on the 3rd Floor, the Wooten Room at 12 Noon. The Art in Action will be presented by a member of CVA or a special guest.
BECOME A CVA MEMBER
Clayton Visual Arts is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization dedicated to Bringing art to Clayton. It is the main visual arts programming body in Clayton, North Carolina. Its members are volunteer artists, educators, and art lovers.
We’re supported in part by The Town of Clayton Cultural Arts Foundation and private donations.
KIDS AND GROWN-UPS - PLEASE CHECK OUT OUR EDUCATION PAGE
TRY TAKE A LINE FOR A WALK. Try the LINKS provided and take part in moving and turning upside down the Space Station, found in Google Arts and Culture app. ( iPhone or Ipad). Also, Adventures in Art Museums. You may need to use Google Chrome Arts and Culture Links. Other links invite you into their Museums for a virtual Visit.
As soon as we are able, we hope to continue the art classes at the Hocutt-Ellington Memorial Library in Clayton. We will be working in Clay…..YAY!
Child’s Sweater and Cap
CELEBRATING DIVERSITY IN THE VISUAL ARTS
Painting – Oils, Acrylics, Watercolor
Drawing – Graphite, Colored Pencils, Pen and Ink, Oil Pastels, Pastels
Traditional and Contemporary Fine Crafts – Fiber, Glass, Paper, Wood, Jewelry, Felting, Mixed Media
“Every artist was first an amateur.”
Ralph Waldo Emerson