Welcome! The Olney Art Association (OAA) located in Olney, Maryland, USA, and founded in 1974, is a professional, learning, creative community of visual fine artists whose expertise ranges in a variety of media, such as oil painting, watercolor, acrylics, pastel, colored pencil, pen and ink, printmaking, mixed media, sculpture, ceramics, digital art and photography. Our meetings are held in the Olney Community Room in the Buffington/Remax Building. This building is located at 3300 Olney Sandy Spring Road in Olney 20832. It is located between Ricciuti's Restaurant and the Bank of America. The Community Room is on the side which faces the bank. 

OAA Calendar

Sept 5, 2017 - Sandy Spring Museum exhibit extended.

Sept. 5, 2017 -  Regular members meeting at the Buffington Building.

Sept. 23, 2017 - Olney Library exhibit pick up.

  Dec. 5, 2017 - OAA Meeting and Holiday Party 7-9 p.m.

Olney Library Exhibit

Sarupa Shrestha "Life" 16 x 20 Acrylic Painting


A new exhibit of seventeen pieces was installed in the Olney Library on June 17, 2017.

The new exhibit will hang for three months (until September 23).   All pieces are for sale – buyers will find a price list at the library and are asked to contact the individual artist.   Stop by to see the works of your fellow artists . . . and pick up a book or two.

2017 Sandy Spring Museum Show


"Celebrating Our Neighborhood" proved to be a fitting theme for this year's show. The artists' reception on August 3rd was a great success. Thank you to all who attended and contributed to this fun evening. The Hallway Gallery will be available for viewing until September 5th and those pieces in the Dr. Bird Room will be removed on October 2nd.  

Please make it a point to drop by and enjoy the artwork while it is still available.  The museum is open Wednesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. 

301-774-0022 info@sandyspringmuseum.com 

Sponsors and Other Web Links

We appreciate the donations we received from Blick Art Supplies for our goodie bags handed out at our holiday party.

The next time you need art supplies, consider patronizing them.