Contact Us

The best way to contact the Blackstone Valley Art Association is to email us at:

info AT bvaa.org

This email address goes to all board members. That way whoever is online and awake can get back to you quickly.

To reach us through mail, or to send checks for dues or events, use this address:

BVAA
PO Box 136
Whitinsville, MA 01588

34 thoughts to “Contact Us”

  1. I have a Blackstone Valley/Lady Carrington commemorative plate, # 114, designed for the Heritage Homecoming in the Blackstone Valley by Inez Gornall-Cloward.
    See link: http://bvaa.org/blog/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/nl-1988-11-pub.pdf
    your Newsletter, November 1988.
    As part of an estate settlement, I wish to sell it. Would the BVAA be interested in purchasing it? Would you have any referral(s) as to anyone who might be interested in purchasing?
    Photos are available upon request and all offers considered.
    Thank you for your attention to this matter. I’ll watch for your reply; my email address is below. Thanks, again.

    1. If you’d like to send a few photos to us, we’d be happy to post them. Maybe a member would be interested in them.

  2. Hi. I saw your display at Hopedale Day in the Park and got interested. I live in Milford, MA and I have a daughter in the Philippines who is an artist and writer. She has done several art exhibits and has written and published essays and poetry. I just want to know if you are open to entertain foreign artists, when she visits in the Spring. She likes to broaden her perspective and learn arts in different cultures. I would really appreciate if you can give her a chance to participate in any of your programs. She is willing to shoulder any expense it would cost her for such participation. Hope to hear from you soon.

  3. If you folks wish to see it, I have a framed oil on canvas painting measuring 18″ × 24″ signed lower right by Arnold Banning. The slip on the back indicates it is an original titled “Snow & Stream”. The slip also lists his name and an address which comes up as Banning’s Flower Shop when googled. The piece appears to be in perfect condition.

    1. Our treasurer Carol says: Yes he was a former member, his son or daughter still lives at that address, and that is where I picked it up and delivered the retrospective piece. Mike may know more about him. He painted with Betty’s mom, and Ann Banning. Ann used to own Bev’s house. carol

      Sure if you want to email us a photo we’d be happy to post it!

  4. May 9, 2020

    Dear Lisa,

    I hope that you and the other members of the BVAA are doing and feeling well, especially during this time. Also, I would like to thank you for the outstanding Photography series that you offered to the community earlier this year. It was a distinct pleasure to meet you, the BVAA members and the class participants.

    You are a fabulous instructor! I was so impressed by your highly effective teaching skills, coupled with such a welcoming and supportive style. As a novice, I was grateful for your amazing ability to accommodate participants across all levels, from beginners to highly skilled photographers. Each class was so interesting and educational with practical application. I especially enjoyed the theory of Black and White photography. Bob Evans was a great impromptu co-instructor. His enthusiasm was infectious. My sister and I took a couple of classes together, which was great fun and a wonderful shared learning experience.

    BVAA is fortunate to have such an outstanding President! You are a wonderful leader, educator and resource for artists in the Blackstone Valley!

    All the best and I look forward to participating in future BVAA events.

    Kindest Regards,

    Maria Buckley

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