​​PCAA is an active, interesting & diverse group of friendly, talented artists who share a love of art. Members work in a myriad of mediums including oil, acrylics, watercolor, charcoal, pastels, stain glass, wood, sculpture, metal & mixed media.  With 4 on-going venues to display & sell work, and a big annual art show in February, there are lots of opportunity to express ourselves, share ideas and support and inspire one another. We work to grow our skills and there's no better way to do that than collaborate with like-minded artists, which is why we're always open & welcoming to new artists to join us. 

Please come observe a meeting on the second Wednesday of each month Oct. thru May at 1pm, and see a fun demo, perhaps learn a new skill, and get inspired by the creativity and inspiration of our members.  Once you observe a meeting, we are confident you will want to join our membership. Member dues enable us to 1) provide & pay knowledgeable artists to demo at meetings (this alone is worth every penny)! 2) pay our rent at the library; 3) cover the cost of our insurance; 4) cover the costs of our website provider; and 5) provide 3 annual scholarships to local high school students. Your dues make it possible for you to participate in all our activities, annual art show, and on-going exhibitions as well.

Please come see what we are all about and meet many creative new friends. We know you will want to be part of this energetic and talented group. Thank you! 


​Single membership  $35.

Couple membership  $65.

ANNOUNCING!  New Digital Membership Directory

Barbara Schmitz, Membership Director.

You may send your dues to: Barbara Schmitz, PCAA, PO Box 107, Palm City, FL 34991. Please confirm your directory info is currently correct or provide new info.

The membership dues payment gives us the opportunity to list you & your contact information in our Annual Online Membership Directory if paid by the deadline. 

Deadline for dues -
​ May 31, 2021


​At the March 2020 meeting, members voted overwhelmingly to eliminate the escalating print costs for the hand-held member directory, and distribute it instead via email.  Members can then print it from their email if they chose to do so, or post it on their computer system to reference as needed. Sharon Roselli was on hand in the meeting with her laptop to illustrate how the directory will be sent out to the membership and how easily members can elect to print it themselves or post it on their system to refer to as needed.