Due to circumstances beyond the group’s control, the March 17 offsite meeting was cancelled. We hope this did not cause any inconvenience for anyone, and that you all had a happy St. Patrick’s day. Cheers!
To all AIGMV members. Would you like to see one image of your work featured here on the home page? I would! If you agree, please reply to this message and I’ll help you get the ball rolling. Truly, AIGMV Webmaster
I’d like to wish everyone a Happy and Healthy 2016. We look forward to an exciting and productive year. Thanks to all who supported and helped us produce our events, enabling us to continue as a vibrant and viable art association in the Merrimack Valley as we continue to promote the arts in our community. […]
Congratulations to AIGMV’s David Jones on being selected as the City of Methuen’s Artist of the Month for September 2015. Pictured here is Mayor Stephen Zanni with David Jones during the artist reception. To see the official announcement, check out the City of Methuen Office of the Mayor’s Press Release for full details. You can check out […]
The AIGMV Fine Art Show and Scholarship Fundraising Sale is just around the corner. If you haven’t already, it’s time to start creating pieces to enter into this show that will run from October 21 – 31. The theme for this year’s show is Dreams. The show’s downloadable postcard and artist application PDFs can be found […]
Sadly, I share the news that Phil DiPaolo, a long time member of our group, has passed away. Please see the obituary about his wonderful life here: Philip John DiPaolo Obituary Posted by AIGMV on behalf of David Jones
Welcome back! It’s been a busy summer preparing the 2015-16 AIGMV calendar. Here’s a few exciting items to help launch the new season: the upcoming three months’ demonstrators are now scheduled and locked in; excitement is building for our upcoming “AIGMV Art in the Library Show” in October 2015; Janice Jones has preregistered our AIGMV […]
Our annual fundraising Show and Sale at Nevins Memorial Library in 2014 was successful in raising funds for or group’s scholarship fund. We are distressed to report, however, that the First Prize Watercolor painting,”A Day at the Beach” by Joanne Donovan, was stolen. If you ever see this painting, please do the right thing and […]