Guilford and Madison Shows showcase Guilford Art League Members

Old Stone House, Guilford, Denise Casey

For 73 years, the Guilford Art League has promoted an interest in the arts and provided support for artists throughout Connecticut. More than 150 member artists of all ages, abilities, mediums, and styles participate in numerous exhibitions and social events each year including these current and upcoming shows:

Guilford Art League
March – June 2022
Guilford Community Center
32 Church Street, Guilford

The Guilford Art League’s Spring Show is on display through June 9 in the Menunkatuck Room of the Nathanael B. Greene Community Center in Guilford. There are 25 pieces of art in the show which features ink, watercolor, acrylic, oil, mixed media, and assemblage. Our members find this venue ideal for exhibiting art and appreciate the high visibility and curious visitors. Be sure to check it out, then watch for the Summer Show in June!

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Guilford Art League
June 6 – July 16, 2022
E.C. Scranton Memorial Library
801 Boston Post Rd, Madison

The second Guilford Art League Member Show of 2022 will be held at the newly renovated Scranton Memorial Library, and will showcase work from all of our members. Watch for details about this show and the Opening Reception that will be on view from June to July.

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Guilford Art League
July 15 – July 17, 2022
on the Guilford Green

For the first time since 2019 we will be holding our exhibit and sale on the Guilford Green in conjunction with the Guilford Art Center’s Craft Expo. This is a three-day event where our members can show and sell their work. It’s a great weekend to celebrate art and community!

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For more information about these shows and how to become a member, please visit or contact Sheila Kaczmarek,

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