If one simple statement could contain the incredible legacy of value that Huntsville Art League has brought to the Tennessee Valley’s creative sphere, it might be this: “Art is for EVERYONE.” Since HAL’s beginning in 1957, this non-profit institution has supported local artists and art enthusiasts of every level though thousands of events, educational workshops, exhibitions, and even playing an instrumental role in the establishment of the Huntsville Museum of Art in 1970.
Huntsville Art League continues offering this value in their new home at Lowe Mill ARTS & Entertainment with dedicated gallery and retail space for members to display and sell their work, and a steady lineup of instruction from some of Huntsville’s most experienced art educators. Classes ranging from Drawing 101 to advanced sculpture and even to ‘anime’ cartooning are available to aspiring talents of all ages. Whether you desire to learn the very basics of art or master your preferred medium, sell your work in a professional gallery or purchase work created by skilled artists, Huntsville Art League has just the right thing for you. Take advantage of this valuable organization today when you visit HAL at Lowe Mill ARTS & Entertainment.
Whether you’re looking for paintings, jewelry, sculpture, pottery, or fabric art, you’ll be sure to find it in the Huntsville Art League gallery. For those wishing to improve their own art or learn a new craft, HAL offers an assortment of classes taught by professional artists, for both children and adults.
Phone (256) 534-3860
Huntsville Art League Events
From the artist: I live in Huntsville, and have for most of my life. I received a B.A. (studio arts) from UAH in 1994, and an M.F.A. (painting/drawing) from the University of Georgia in 1997.[...]
From the artist: I paint everyday objects and ideas that tie me to my family, my life, and my memories. I am drawn to images that evoke emotion and nostalgia. I work in layers[...]
From the artist: From the first moment I saw vessels formed on the potter’s wheel, I was fascinated and to this day I still haven’t gotten over the fascination. Technique: The pottery is[...]
About the artist: Martha Beadle’s mid-life crisis resulted not in a change of heart, but (excuse the pun) a change of art. When Beadle turned 50, she decided to utilize her well-honed skills of needlepoint and handwork and[...]
From the artist: I’ve never had any formal training, except drafting in design school. I dabbled in art over the years but never for any length of time. It wasn’t till I painted murals in[...]
About the Artist: Starr Weems enjoys designing colorful, dreamlike paintings and illustrations with watercolor. Her work has been displayed at Kentuck Museum, Birmingham Public Library, and Lowe Mill A&E (among others) and has been featured[...]
This daily camp is designed to encourage artistic expression through a wide variety of creative experiences. During the Camp we will explore art and nature, pop art, mixed media, comic strip art, create board games (a[...]
This is a gentle yoga class led by Experienced CYT 200 yoga instructor Cindy Phillips. Great for all experience levels, this class combines stretching, strength building, and balance poses to leave you feeling refreshed, relaxed,[...]
Homeschooled- 1:30-2:30 PM Ages 0-3: 2:30-3:30 PM Ages 4-7 : 3:30-4:30 PM Ages 8-13 : 4:30-5:30 PM During art classes, children will be engaged in experimenting and producing work in many art forms like painting, drawing,[...]
Come swing dance with us every Thursday night at Lowe Mill A&E in the Flying Monkey Theatre. Each week, we teach a variety of levels of classes in: Charleston, Lindy Hop, Solo Jazz, Balboa, and even[...]