We are a local, non-profit 501(c)(3),
Art Association that serves the city of Keizer, Oregon and
adjacent communities providing:
All of these services are available at
980 Chemawa Rd. N, Keizer, Oregon.
Not everyone is an artist...but
everyone can support local artists and art education by donating
to Keizer Art Association! AND…you get to take a tax deduction
because we are a 501(c)(3) organization! We will send you the tax
donation form when we receive your donation. Get yours today!
Keizer Art Association was incorporated in 1977 by three founding
volunteer members; Don Walton, Marge Bowder and Enid Joy Mount.
Enid Joy Mount, a local teacher, was very determined that children
have a chance to experience and create art. She helped them find
clay in the natural environment (located under horsetail plants)
and then make objects they could wood-fire with her help. We
remain 100% volunteer! (Only the art instructors are
“The Keizer Art Association is
organized to encourage the creation, understanding, and
appreciation of arts in the community; to gather objects of art
for display and interpretation; provide a marketplace for selling
art, and to have as a final goal, the participation of members of
the community as part of the total art education process.”
YOU can be an Art Supporter!
Thanks to the generosity of the
community and Enid Joy Mount’s family and artistic grants, our
organization continues to provide excellent artistic services with
our monthly art shows; art classes and gift shop. YOU can help by:
Address: 980 Chemawa Road
NE, Keizer, OR 97303
TUES – FRI 1 pm – 4 pm, SAT 10 am – 4 pm.
LENDING LIBRARY –
Free to members.
ASSOCIATION and ENID JOY MOUNT GALLERY are located in the Keizer
Heritage Center at 980 Chemawa Rd., NE, Keizer, OR 97303,
503-390-3010. Open 1 – 4 pm, Tuesdays, Wednesdays; Thursdays and
Fridays; 10 am – 4 pm, Saturdays.
Art Association is located in the Keizer Cultural Center. 980
Chemawa Rd. N.E., Keizer, OR 97303
Our well lit
and large classroom is located adjacent to the gallery. Students
are encouraged to visit the Gallery for inspiration. There is
seating for 24 along with numerous work surfaces. The Art Library
is situated in the classroom so that students have easy access.
One wall of the classroom has members' art displayed. The room
also has a wall of windows and a small kitchen with coffee and tea
gallery is equipped with a professional hanging system and
lighting designed to best show off art. A portion of one wall is
reserved for the "Artist of the Month", a KAA member who is
recognized for their artistic expression and contributions to KAA.
The gallery hosts monthly themed shows throughout the year along
with an artist's reception to kick-off each month. The gallery is
open Tuesday through Saturday.
is located in the classroom and it contains a wide variety of art
related books including acrylic, oil, and watercolor painting as
well as colored pencil. and charcoal drawing. The library is free
to use for KAA members.
may use the Gallery "K" facility located in the Gallery to sell
their art. Items for sale range in type from paintings, drawings,
cards, jewelry, publications, and more.
Keizer Cultural Center "KAA Home"
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