Art in the Library
Sanford Seminole Art Association (SSAA) is one of the oldest cultural organizations in Seminole County. We were first organized in 1959 to support and encourage local artists and art education through demonstrations, workshops, and training.
We aim to foster a welcoming and motivating environment for individuals passionate about art appreciation and creation. We enjoy sharing ideas to expand our knowledge and offer opportunities to collaborate. Additionally, we strive to support student artists in furthering their education and preserving the art form.
We invite you to visit us and meet our artists and members. Our members and artists are involved in every aspect of art in Seminole County, including art shows, organizations, and education.
Show Your Art at the Library
Maitland Public Library presents exhibits by local and regional artists on a monthly basis. Past exhibits include the Orlando Modern Quilt Guild, Robin Van Arsdol, the late Johann Eyfells, Lindy Elmore Art, and Chris Carr Fine Art. The library has a hook and chain system available in display areas appropriate for gallery ready art (frame with eyehooks or wires on the back as appropriate). Artwork may only be hung on specific walls in the Library. The artist installs the exhibit on the first of the month and removes the exhibit on the last day of the month.
We’ll be happy to answer your questions. Please send us:
- 2-3 jpeg examples of your artwork (or a link to your website)
- a brief artist’s statement