About Village Gallery of Arts

To ignite the joy of learning, creating,  and appreciating art in our community. We support professional and emerging artists by providing high quality, affordable art education to children and adults as well as providing venues for sharing their work.

VGA is a 501 (c) (3) charitable organization.

Non-Profit Programs

Art Kits

The Village Gallery of Arts distributes free Art Kits to our community.

Community Arts Program

Our Community Arts Program (CAP) is a program of quarterly, free events for our members and the public.

Art Share

Project Art Share is a charitable giving program sponsored by the Village Gallery of Arts. 

Friends of the Gallery

Thank you for making our Gallery a better place! We are deeply grateful for your generosity and your support.

Visionary Level**

($1000 & Up)

 Laura Leiman
Lana Nelson
Marcia Petty
 Judy Vatne

Connoisseur Level**


Sally Boyd
Anne & Jon Dantzig
Britt-Marie DeForeest
Moya Lehman
Jennis Johnson Taylor
Liz & Jesse Walker


Artiste Level*


Lucy Nonnenkamp

Fan Level*

(Up to $249)

Makayla Allnutt
Leslie Dugas
Sharon Dunham
Sue Girard
Ernest Hardesty
Brenda Honeyman
Laura Hopper

Medha Joshi
Chris Kondrat
Lisa Lloyd

Britt McNamee
Vanaja Mulagada
Linda Nye
Kathryn & Pryor Oliver-Garnett

Susan Pozdena
Eric Sandguren
Diane Shingledecker
Dana Siegfried
Margie Simmons
James Syfert
Teresa Vaughn

** Your name will appear on the VGA website & in the newsletter for one year & your name will be included on the Village Gallery Red Wall (starting June to June)

* Your name will appear on the VGA website & in the newsletter for one year

Our Board

Leah Jay


Lane Clem

1st Vice President

Susan Amacher


Diane Ramic

Recording Secretary

Jean Larger

Membership Secretary

Sally Boyd

2nd Vice President

Debbie Teeter

Education Coordinator

Lana Nelson

Marketing Coordinator

Sharon Dunham

Community Outreach Coordinator

Susan Pozdena

Technology Coordinator


Gallery Coordinator and Fundraising Coordinator

Tour Our Space

The Gallery has grown with the community and has occupied several locations in the Cedar Mill area. We have been in our current space next to the Cedar Mill Community Library since 2001, and we believe this space will serve our needs for a long time to come.

We offer a good variety of classes and workshops for all ages and abilities (see Classes) which change according to community interest and needs.