Artist of the Month

The Bon Air Artist Association regularly meets the

first Friday of each month (except for July and August) at

9:30 AM at the Congregation Or Ami, located at 9400 w.

Huguenot Road, Richmond, Virginia. Two types of

membership are available: Regular membership and

Exhibiting membership. For more information, contact

Lynn Sewell, Membership Chair, at (804) 639-2159 or

President Gloria Callahan at (804) 379-0016.

Since 1974, the BAAA has grown as an active,

friendly, and stimulating organization. It not only fulfills

the needs of local artists but also extends opportunities to

the artistic needs of artists in the Chesterfield County and

Richmond metropolitan area.

The,BAAA became an organization to promote

cultural awareness, offer excellent programs and to give

up-and-coming artists the chance to meet, share and

exhibit with other artists.

The Bon Air Artists Association was founded in

1974 by J’net Kaulfers to encourage her students from her

oil painting classes. Their talents and interests had grown

beyond their classes and the annual exhibits on her

backyard fence.

Further information about the organization and its

activities can be obtained from the web site, which is

The Bon Air Artist Association regularlymeets the

first Friday of each month (except for July and August) at

9:30 AM at the Congregation Or Ami, located at 9400 W.

Huguenot Road, Richmond, Virginia. Two types of

membership are available: Regular membership and

Exhibiting membership. For more information, contact

Lynn Sewell, Membership Chair, at (804) 639-2159 or

President Gloria Callahan at (804) 379-0016.

Since 1974, the BAAA has grown as an active,

friendly, and stimulating organization. It not only fulfills

the needs of local artists but also extends opportunities to

the artistic needs of artists in the Chesterfield County and

Richmond metropolitan area.

The “BAAA became an organization to promote

cultural awareness, offer excellent programs and to give

up-and-coming artists the chance to meet, share and

exhibit with other artists.

The Bon Air Artists Association was founded in

1974 by J’net Kaulfers to encourage her students from her

oil painting classes. Their talents and interests had grown

beyond their classes and the annual exhibits on her

backyard fence.

Further information about the organization and its

activities can be obtained from the web site, which is www.bonairartists.com.