North Valley Art League Mission
North Valley Art League is an all-volunteer, non-profit community of artists whose mission is to support artists and the visual arts in our community and the California North State. The NVAL Carter House Gallery provides an attractive, nurturing environment for many talented, experienced artists, as well as emerging new artists. Artistic learning, sharing, and growth is fostered through our many programs.
Additionally the League offers members the opportunity to exhibit and sell their art at the NVAL Carter House Gallery for a minimal fee and only charges 20 percent commission on sales. Carter House is a quality, admission-free gallery which allows the public to view and purchase local, national and international art and is a major contributor to the cultural enrichment of the area.
ACCOUNTS ARE CURRENTLY DEACTIVATED – When the option to have Individual Artist Pages is activated, the Account Option will once again be active.
TO JOIN NVAL OR RENEW YOUR MEMBERSHIP ONLINE, just select your desired Membership Level below and fill out your Membership Form. You then will be directed to PayPal for payment.
YOU MAY ALSO DOWNLOAD the Membership Form (below) and submit and pay at NVAL Carter House Gallery.
Membership Levels and Benefits
NVAL is largely sustained by our annual membership contributions. We invite you to become a member and enjoy all the benefits membership can offer.
Enjoy all the benefits exclusive to membership including:
- Exhibit and sell your art in our frequent member shows
- Display and sell your work in our Gift Shop
- Enjoy our members’ Open Studio and outings
- Have your own Featured Artist Show
- Sell your work at Art in the Park
- Monthly General Meetings offering lectures and demonstrations
- Lessons and Workshops given by both members and guest artist
- Annual Juried Shows
- Receptions and much more…
The additional support of Patron Membership is a huge help to the League and is greatly appreciated!
Patrons receive all the benefits of Standard Membership and are recognized on the NVAL website and in the Carter House Gallery (unless they prefer not to be listed).