About the Salmon River Art Guild
The History of
The Salmon River Art Guild
The Salmon River Art Guild was founded in 1964 by three artist friends from Riggins, Idaho just 30 miles up river from its current home of White Bird. The vision of Opal Carlson, Grace Aitken and Dorothy Quinnlen has survived over half a century.
Today the Salmon River Art Guild showcases a variety of talent and interests. Current membership includes more than 50 artists. Several members are represented on this website.
(see view our artists page.)
Vice President--Gloria Teats
PR- Kathryn Van Acker
Web & Brochures--Debbie Barnett
What Do We Do?
Monthly meetings followed with mini workshops when possible.Meetings and or classes are held the second Thursday of each month at 10 a.m. Pacific time with a few exceptions. Check the calendar and watch for emails announcing the meetings and locations.
Classes taught by well known artists. SRAG brings in several well known artists each year for workshops for its members. Check the calendar for more information.
Paint outs-sometimes with other art guilds. Check back to the calendar for updates or watch for emails announcing the events.
Shows: SRAG sponsors three shows each year.
March Artisan Madness
Show & Sale
White Bird Days Show & Sale
Fall Regional Show
The third show is held the first weekend in October each year. Entries are open for members and nonmembers. This is a judged show including ribbons and cash prizes. The show draws artists from far and wide.
You can see more about these shows on the Exhibits page
“The purpose of art is washing the dust of daily life off our souls.” Pablo Picasso
The Salmon River Art Guild welcomes artists of all skill levels and interests 18 years old and older.
Yearly Membership Dues
With Website Page $35
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