About Us

Griswold Point Summer Breeze” by Karen Lipeika


The Clinton Art Association was established in 1949 by a small group of professional artists dedicated to growth of the arts along the Connecticut shoreline. The CAS has become a vibrant influence on the arts in Connecticut and its members represent towns across Connecticut and throughout New England. Member artists work in all fine-art media including painting and sculpture. Their collective talents bring styles ranging from traditional to abstract.


Our mission is to bring together a community of artists and art lovers on the shoreline of Connecticut and beyond, to create opportunities to show our art, to provide educational and skill enhancing workshops, and to provide a forum for the community at large to engage with the visual arts.

Our Team

President: Robin Hammeal-Urban

Vice President/Website Coordinator: Deb Greco

Secretary: Lorraine Yurkewicz

Treasurer: Barbara Segan Gould

Public Relations and Satellite Gallery Coordinator: Diana Rogers

Reception/Hanging Coordinator: Ceal Swift

Special Events & Plein Air Coordinator: Kris Schiavi

Our Artists

The Clinton Art Society has many artist members with websites where you can find more of their work and contact information.

“Sunrise Lace Caps” by Deborah Greco

Check Out Our Main Gallery

Our Sponsors

Thank you to our generous sponsors and their continued support for our local artists and our galleries. Interested in learning more or would like to become a sponsor? Click on the link below.

Contact Us

Inquiries or questions? Please fill out the form or send us an email and we’ll respond quickly.

Physical Address
Andrews Memorial Town Hall

(Entrance in the back of the building)
54 E Main St
Clinton, CT 06413

Mailing Address
P.O. Box 421
Clinton, CT 06413

[email protected]

Hours & Locations

To visit one of our gallery locations, please check out our locations page with maps and hours of operation.

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