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{{short description|Carmel Art Association, Carmel art gallery}}
 
{{COI|date=July 2020}}
 
{{Infobox museum
 
| name          = Carmel Art Association (CAA)
 
| image        = Carmel Art Association.jpg
 
| imagesize    = 300px
 
| map_type      = USA California Northern
 
| map_caption  = Location of the Carmel Art Association
 
| coordinates  = {{coord|36.556667|-121.920556|display=inline,title}}
 
| established  = {{Start date and age|1927}}
 
| dissolved    =
 
| location      = Dolores Street, [[Carmel-by-the-Sea, California]]
 
| type          = [[Art Gallery]]
 
| visitors      =
 
| director      = Board of Directors
 
| curator      =
 
| publictransit =
 
| website      = {{URL|https://carmelart.org/}}
 
}}
 
 
 
The '''Carmel Art Association''' (CAA) is a [[Not-for-profit arts organization]] and [[Art museum|gallery]] located in [[Carmel-by-the-Sea, California]]. The CAA is Carmel's oldest gallery. It features the work of many local artists living on the [[Monterey Peninsula]]. Many of its members were  early California artists. The CAA is a [[501(c)(3) organization]].<ref name=Art>{{cite web |url=https://carmelart.org|title=Carmel Art Association|last=|first=|date= |website=carmelart.org|publisher=Carmel Art Association|access-date=2020-04-23|quote=}}</ref>
 
 
 
==History==
 
The CAA was founded in 1927 at the home of Miss Josephine M. Culberston. The originator of the plan was [[Jennie V. Cannon]] of [[Berkeley, California]], who was a frequent visitor to Carmel and owned a summer cottage there. [[Pedro Joseph de Lemos]] was elected the first president of the CAA in August 1927.<ref>{{cite news |last= |first= |date= |title= Carmel Art Body Forms|url=https://www.newspapers.com/image/95936470/?terms=%22Carmel%2BArt%2BAssociation%22 |work=Oakland Tribune |location= |access-date=2020-04-23 }}</ref> The association filed articles of incorporation on January 26, 1934.<ref name="Mora">{{cite news|last=|first=|date=|title=Art Group Files Corporation Papers|work=The San Bernardino County Sun|location=|url=https://www.newspapers.com/image/49434897/?terms=%22Carmel%2BArt%2BAssociation%22|access-date=2020-04-23}}</ref>
 
 
 
In October 1927, the first show of 41 artist took place in the Seven Arts building of Herbert Heron. In 1933, the gallery was moved to its present location on Dolores Street.<ref>{{cite book|last=Edwards|first=Robert W.|date=2012|title=Jennie V. Cannon: The Untold History of the Carmel and Berkeley Art Colonies, Vol. 1|url=http://www.tfaoi.com/aa/10aa/10aa557.htm|location=Oakland, Calif.|publisher=East Bay Heritage Project|isbn=9781467545679|pages=177–245|access-date=2020-04-24|archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20160429115613/http://tfaoi.com/aa/10aa/10aa557.htm|archive-date=2016-04-29|url-status=dead}}</ref>
 
 
 
[[File:Monterey Cypress.jpg|thumb|Paul Whitman - Monterey Cypress]]
 
 
 
== Exhibitions==
 
[[File:E. Charlton Fortune, Monterey Bay (Oakland Museum of California).jpg|thumb|E. Charlton Fortune, Monterey Bay (Oakland Museum of California)]]
 
One of the first CAA exhibitions was on June 3, 1928 at the Stanford Art Gallery of oil paintings and water colors by 25 of its members. One of the paintings was by [[Percy Gray]] called "Coast Near Monterey".<ref>{{cite news |last=|first=|date=|title=Carmel Art Exhibit Opens at Stanford|url=https://www.newspapers.com/image/457913517/?terms=%22Carmel%2BArt%2BAssociation%22 |work=The San Francisco Examiner |location= |access-date=2020-04-23 }}</ref>
 
 
 
[[Jo Mora]] was active in the Carmel community and served on the board of directors of the CAA, where his sculptures were exhibited between 1927 and 1934.<ref name=Mora/>
 
 
 
[[Salvador Dali]] joined the CAA. On June 8, 1947, he participated as an art expert and juror in a contest sponsored by CAA that awarded high school students from Albany High School in [[Oakland, California]].<ref>{{cite news |last= |first= |date=1947-06-08 |title=Albany High Student Awarded Art Prize|url=https://www.newspapers.com/image/205238469/?terms=%22Carmel%2BArt%22%2B%22Salvador%2BDali%22 |work=Oakland Tribune |location= |access-date=2020-04-24}}</ref>
 
 
 
On July 28, 1988, the CAA held an exhibition of paintings and graphics by six early members. [[Francis McComas (painter)|Francis McComas]] was one of them.<ref>{{cite web |url=https://www.newspapers.com/image/521694155/?terms=%22Carmel%2BArt%2BAssociation%22%2B%22Francis%2BMcComas%22 |title=The Carmel Art Association|last= |first=|date=1988-07-28|website=www.newspapers.com|publisher=|access-date= 2020-04-21|quote=}}</ref>
 
 
 
==Awards==
 
The gallery has won awards in the following areas:
 
* ''The Award of Excellence'' (Carmel Chamber of Commerce)<ref>{{cite web |url=http://pineconearchive.fileburstcdn.com/121207PCA.pdf |title= Chamber honors outstanding businesses at annual awards dinner|last=Schley |first=Mary |date= 2012 |website= pineconearchive.fileburstcdn.com |publisher=The Carmel Pine Cone |access-date=2020-04-25 |quote=page 22}}</ref>
 
* ''Best Art Gallery in Monterey County'' ([[Monterey County Weekly]])<ref>
 
{{cite web
 
|url=https://www.montereycountyweekly.com/best/best-art-gallery-2015/article_c45c36b8-d7dc-11e4-9cfb-cbcf61188f2d.html |title=Best Art Gallery |last= |first= |date= 2015 |website= www.montereycountyweekly.com |publisher= |access-date=2020-04-25 |quote=}}</ref>
 
* ''Golden Pine Cone Award'' ([[Carmel Pine Cone]])<ref>{{cite web
 
|url= http://pineconearchive.fileburstcdn.com/181026PCGPC.pdf|title=Where the voting is fun and the candidates don’t stuff your mailbox |last= |first= |date= 2018 |website= pineconearchive.fileburstcdn.com |publisher=The Carmel Pine Cone |access-date=2020-04-25 |quote=page 14}}</ref>
 
 
 
==Publications==
 
* Carmel Art Association: Today. Author: Carmel Art Association, Carmel, Calif., 1988, {{OCLC|27866383}}
 
* Carmel Art Association: its legends and legacies 1927–2007. Authors: Dick Crispo; Lisa Crawford Watson. Carmel, Calif., 2007, {{OCLC|289664504}}
 
* Richard Lofton, 1908-1966: a painter's painter. Carmel, Calif., 2004, {{OCLC| 84711047}}
 
* John O'Shea and friends: John O'Shea, Burton Shepard Boundary, Theodore Morrow Criley : Carmel Art Association, August 5 through August 31, 1993. Carmel, Calif., 1993. {{OCLC| 35330515}}
 
 
 
==Notable members==
 
* [[Armin Hansen]]
 
* [[William Frederic Ritschel]]
 
* [[Paul Dougherty (artist)|Paul Dougherty]]
 
* [[Mary DeNeale Morgan]]
 
* [[Percy Gray]]
 
* [[Francis McComas (painter)|Francis McComas]]
 
* [[E. Charlton Fortune]]
 
* [[Jo Mora]]
 
* [[Pedro Joseph de Lemos]]
 
* [[Jennie V. Cannon]]
 
* [[Salvador Dali]]<ref>{{Cite web|last=Baine|first=Wallace|date=2019-01-04|title=Salvador Dalí loved Monterey. Here's why.|url=https://www.sfchronicle.com/travel/article/Salvador-Dal-loved-Monterey-Here-s-why-13508992.php|url-status=live|archive-url=|archive-date=|access-date=2020-07-07|website=SFChronicle.com|language=en-US}}</ref>
 
 
 
==References==
 
{{reflist}}
 
 
 
==External links==
 
* [https://carmelart.org Carmel Art Association] website
 
* [http://www.tfaoi.com/newsa4.htm Traditional Find Arts Organization] and CAA
 
 
 
 
 
[[Category:Arts organizations established in 1927]]
 
[[Category:Art in California]]
 
[[Category:Art galleries in California]]
 
[[Category:American artist groups and collectives]]
 
[[Category:Arts organizations disestablished in the 20th century]]
 
[[Category:1927 establishments in California]]
 

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