Bon Air Artists Association is Richmond's premier and longest-standing local art association that gathers the finest artists in the Metro Richmond area for community, betterment, education, philanthropy and, of course, the sharing of fine art in galleries, exhibits, and art shows throughout the area.
The association regularly meets the first Friday of each month, except for July and August, at 10:00 AM at Bon Air Community Association located at 8725 Quaker Ln, Richmond, VA 23235. Two types of memberships are available, Exhibiting and Regular. For more information, visit our Becoming a Member page or contact Membership Chair is Ginny Bryce. Our President is Sally Guynn.
If you're already a member, create a login here and have access to sign ups for exhibits, shows, and other features. The most current newsletter is listed at the bottom of this page and the archives can be found in the members drop-down or by clicking here.
Bringing Richmond Artists Together
J'net Kaulfers founded the Bon Air Artists Association in 1974, as a result of enthusiasm and encouragement by students enrolled in her oil painting classes. Students were in the custom of having yearly exhibits, originally showing paintings on the fence at J'net's home. As talent and interest grew, so did the need for an organized group. The Bon Air Artists Association was formed and now not only fulfills the wants of a group of avid artists, but also extends its opportunities to the needs of Chesterfield County's escalating community. By promoting cultural awareness, offering excellent programming and giving incoming artists the chance to meet, share, and exhibit with other artists. The Bon Air Artists Association has grown as an active, friendly and stimulating organization serving the area.
For additional history on BAAA, members can visit our history page.