Art League of Baytown
110 W Texas Ave
Baytown, TX 77520
Phone: 281 427-2222
Wednesday through Friday
10:00 am - 4:00
Art League General Meetings are the 3rd Sunday from 2 to 4 PM. Demonstrations are given by artists
The next General Meeting will be
September 18, 2016 at 2:00
The Art League of Baytown
Spring Show 2016 will be held
May 15, 2016 - June 4, 2016
See Shows/Competition for details
Summer Youth Art Camp June 6-9 Registration starts May 11, 2016
See Workshops for details
Saturday, May 28, 2016
See Workshops for details
Create an Abstract (Pebeo paint) painting with Priscilla! See Workshops for details
Apply your artistic talents on a gourd! Check our our Gourd Patch Art Group in Classes and Workshops to find out how to join in on the fun
The Art League of Baytown has become the official sponsor of the Shriner's Monthly Art Program at UTMB-Galveston. If you would like to volunteer, see Classes for more information
George Campbell oil painting workshop is being scheduled. Go to Workshop page for details
Art League members: showcase your artwork at the library!
Suitable for table easel or free
standing 3-D work
Art will be changed quarterly
starting July 1, 2015
Contact Kay Lynn Whitcomb at
(cell) (713 301-2348 or
(res) (281 424-7207
if you are interested in displaying your artwork
The Art League of Baytown was organized in 1954 and incorporated as a Texas non-profit corporation in 1963.
August 2008 - the Art League obtained a permanent home in Baytown with the help of the city and many others. It is the Art Center of Baytown which is a gallery for members to display/sell their art work along with areas dedicated to teaching classes. Fridays are open days for anyone wanting to bring their art to work on and meet with other artists.
Ongoing classes are offered in oil painting with J. D. Avant.. After school classes are offered for young students. There are workshops and other classes offered throughout the year.
Art League of Baytown meetings are held on the 3rd Sundays at 2 pm. After the general meeting there is a demonstration (variety of demos such as oils, watercolors, jewelry, pastels, and much more).
Art League of Baytown invites everyone to come and join us! Every individual should have access to art and culture in their daily lives. It's our goal to provide a medium between art enthusiasts and the artists themselves.
The Art League of Baytown is pleased to welcome visitors to our beautiful gallery in Historic Goose Creek, Texas. Let us be your partner when discovering art and culture firsthand.
At the Art Center we have a variety of gifts available for purchase at comparably reasonable prices such as paintings, pottery, jewelry, stained glass, photos, cards and other unique art.
What do art and culture have in common? First and foremost, they bring out joy and varying emotions from within.
We invite you to come by and see if our gallery is a possible venue for you to sell your work or to experience the joy of art in our classes or workshops. There is something for everyone's schedule and pocketbook. We look forward to meeting you!
From Left: Marsha Landers, President; Carole Fox, Vice President; Nancy Winans, Treasurer; Priscilla Hopkins, Secretary; Angie Landers, Social Media Secretary; J.D. Avant, Parliamentarian; Susan Urban, Past President.
The Art League of Baytown has had over sixty years to build an organization that has proven itself time and again. Some of us have been a part of this organization since its beginning in 1954 and though they might not be active, they are still a part of us. We're all friends here and we are constantly making new ones.
In 2008, with the generous support of the City of Baytown, the Art League contributed to and acquired its home at 110 W. Texas Avenue and we call it the Art Center of Baytown. We want to give back to our community and help to revitalize the Historic Shopping District of Old Goose Creek. We want to make our Art Center into a destination for visual arts and so we have steadily built our schedule to include classes for all ages, genders and interests - painting, gourds, paper mache', jewelry, weaving, photography and mixed media.
The funds we raise from our programs, events, workshops and classes help us to make improvements to our art center and also to maintain it. We are finished with our downstairs, the upstairs classroom is now complete, and replacement of the back doors is in progress, but we must first raise the money to meet that challenge. And so we continue with our mission: To promote the fine arts of painting, sculpting, ceramics, etc. and to create fellowship among practicing artists.
if you are interested in renting space at the Art Center for a special activity, event, or workshop, contact us or come by and we will help you get organized. We have a beautiful, new classroom upstairs and our large classroom on the first floor available to suit your needs.
There are several ways to get information about Baytown Art League events, meetings, and membership: