Art Guild of Orange Park Resources

Membership Form
The Art Guild of Orange Park Membership Form can be downloaded here.

The Art Guild of Orange Park General Brochure can be downloaded here.

Exhibition Entry Forms
Each exhibit will have it’s own requirements which will be listed on the individual exhibit description. However, the exhibition entry forms typically remain the same and can be downloaded here.

Presentation Guidelines
All artwork entered into any Art Guild exhibit is subject to our presentation standards. Artwork will be inspected at check-in prior to being allowed to enter. Be sure to check the Presentation Guidelines located here:


The By-laws of the organization are updated each year and approved by the current board then presented to the membership for voting. They are available by clicking here.

Annual Reports and Proposed Budgets

The Annual Report confirms the plans of the Guild. The reports are available here.

The Annual Proposed Budget can be found here.

Board Meeting Minutes

Each month the AGOP Board meets the week prior to the monthly meetings to plan and carry out the work of the Guild. Members are permitted to attend Those minutes are available here.

August 2021

September 2021

October 2021

November 2021

April 2022

August 2022

September 2022

October 2022

November 2022

December 2022 – no board meeting

January 2023

February 2023

March 2023

April 2023

May 2023

June 2023

July 2023 Annual Strategic Planning Meeting

August 2023

September 2023

October 2023

November 2023

December 2023 No Board Meeting

January 2024

February 2024

March 2024

April 2024

Member Meeting Minutes

The AGOP holds it general meeting the first Tuesday of the month. Minutes are taken and available here.

January 2023

February 2023

March 2023

April 2023

May 2023

September 2023

October 2023

November 2023

December 2023 Holiday Party

February 2024

March 2024

April 2024

The Art Guild of Orange Park is searching for a part-time assistant. This is a part-time contract service. It is deliverable-based and will be paid via monthly invoice. This position has been opened to help the Guild President and board with daily business aspects of running the Guild. Download the job description and application here.

Sponsor Request Letter

The Art Guild of Orange Park Sponsor Request Letter can be downloaded here.

Sponsor Agreement Form

Please use this form to document a sponsor’s support. Send along with Sponsor Request Letter above.

Donation Thank You Letter

If you receive a donation or item for the Art Gone Wild silent auction, please download this thank you letter and give to the donor.

Silent Auction

We need silent auction items for Art Gone Wild. Below you will find some suggestions. Please give Nancy Page or Kim Russell any items you have secured or would like to donate. You may contact them by emailing to [email protected] or [email protected] respectively for more details.

Silent Auction Suggestions

Restaurant Gift Certificates
Lodging Gift Certificates
Amazon Gift Cards
Store Gift Cards
Services Gift Cards
Spa Gift Certificates
Art Supplies
Food Gift Baskets
Wine and Cheese Gift Baskets
Movie, Sporting Events and other Entertainment Tickets
Autographed Memorabilia
High End Home Accessories
Luxury Kitchenware
Fashion Accessories
Anything Unique, One of a Kind or Limited

In 2002, the Art Guild established the Courtenay Hunt Scholarship which is an annual Art Scholarship presented to a Clay County High School Senior planning to pursue a career in the visual arts field or arts education. The Art Scholarship information is shared with all Clay County High Schools.   

The 2020 COVID-19 pandemic changed life for everyone, including the Art Guild. As a result the Courtney Hunt Scholarship was awarded to Clay county high school art teachers in the form of art supply gift certificates and complimentary memberships to the Art Guild.  

The 2024 Scholarship Amount is $1000. A gift certificate will be given to the teacher of the winning student for classroom art supplies.

The deadline for submission is April 1, 2024

To apply, students must download and complete the forms below, meet with the Art Guild review committee and present their portfolio. Other criteria include student’s academic records, community service, extra curricular activities and recommendations.

Deadline to apply is April 1, 2024

All Courtney Hunt Scholarships are awarded at the Art Guild’s May general meeting held on the first Tuesday of May each year.

AGOP Scholarship Application/Brochure

AGOP Scholarship Awards Form

AGOP Scholarship Student Activities Form

Although the forms below are basically a guide for our committee members to more consistently evaluate the applicants, they may help those applicants to understand what we are looking for in a potential recipient.

AGOP Scholarship Application Checklist

AGOP Scholarship Fund Interview

AGOP Scholarship Evaluation Worksheet

For more information, please contact:
Nancy Page – Scholarship Chair
[email protected]

About the Clay County Program

You have the unique opportunity to share art in your child’s classroom by becoming an Art Enrichment Program Volunteer. This is a program where trained volunteers visit elementary school classrooms and lead group discussions on great works of art. Utilizing the Art Enrichment Program’s painting and sculpture reproductions, Art Enrichment Volunteers bring art to elementary students for art appreciation and criticism experiences. Enhanced self esteem and verbalization skills coupled with unique curriculum enrichment are only a few of the immeasurable educational benefits from the Art Enrichment Program of Clay County, Inc. No Art Backgound is Required! A love of learning and children are all you need. Training is provided. Orientation Class is Required! Classroom materials can be checked out only after orientation is completed.

Orientation Classes: Orientation Class is in the Art Enrichment Classroom 43 at Lakeside Elementary School. You are required to attend only ONE day of orientation class. You can pick the orientation class day to attend and no reservation is required. If you cannot attend orientation class you can call or email the Art Enrichment Program and schedule a makeup orientation class.

Lori Butler, Director

E-Mail: [email protected]

Lakeside Elementary School, Room 43

Telephone (904) 213-2916


PonteVedra Arts and Crafts                                               
288-1 Solano Rd
Jacksonville Fl 32082

1731 N. Main Street
Jacksonville, Florida 32206
904-398-3161 (phone)

Affordable Framing
868 Blanding Blvd, #110
OP, FL 32065
(904) 276-1121

When you can’t find it locally try

Cheap Joes  

Jerry’s Artarama   

Dick Blick  


Thrasher-Horne Center –                          

Located at St. Johns River State College
283 College Drive,Orange Park, FL 32065

Lauren Keck – Digital Marketing & Outreach – 904-276-6802

Transitional Gallery – Hendricks Avenue Baptist Church, Jacksonville, Florida
On going, contact Nancy Felton, [email protected]

FSCJ North Campus Art Gallery – Jacksonville, Florida
On going, contact Kerry Roth at [email protected]

Jacksonville International Airport JAX Call to Artists

The Art Center Cooperative

MOCA – Museum of Contemporary Art, Jacksonville, Florida
On going, UNF Gallery contact Jim Draper at [email protected]

Cultural Center at Ponte Vedra – Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida
phone 280-0614, ext. 203.

ArtsCare Program-Haven Hospice, Orange Park, St Augustine and Gainesville, Florida
contact or Lauren Ferguson at 904-465-7208.

JCA – Jewish Community Alliance
8505 San Jose Boulevard, Jacksonville, FL 32217
730-2100, extension 227

Community First Credit Union: Art In The Branch Program
On going. Locations: Yulee, Mandarin, Fleming Island, San Pablo, and Downtown Jacksonville.
No commission or fee. Direct sales through artists.
Exhibition duration – 2 months
Contact Renee [email protected]

Donna Grasso  She offers private classes in all mediums 483-6197

Linda F Hawkins in the Julington Creek Plantation area teaches drawing, watercolor, acrylic and mixed media 422-7320

The Art Room

Included are links to our local galleries. Remember that gallery owners are very busy people. It’s best to contact them via snail mail with a CD of your work rather than to walk in unannounced asking to have your work shown there. You might follow up with an email to ask if they received the CD and how they liked it. Most galleries are also frame shops. Don’t forget to patronize them!

Affordable Framing
868 Blanding Blvd, #110
OP, FL 32065
(904) 276-1121

The Art Center Cooperative
31 West Adams Street
Jacksonville, FL  32202
(904) 355-1757

Has a gallery space where they often have group shows that are arranged through “Call to Artists”. You should definitely check out their website and get on their mailing list, if possible.

Art in the Courthouse (AITC) Program
Art in the Courthouse Gallery
4th Floor, Clay County Courthouse
825 N. Orange Avenue
Green Cove Springs, FL
Contact: Clerk of Court and Comptrollers office PIO Mary Justino at
(904) 657-6132 (text)

Butterfield Garage
137 King Street
St. Augustine FL  32084

FSCJ Campuses
Have galleries where you can sign up for a show.

Kent Campus
3939 Roosevelt Blvd.
Jacksonville, FL  32205
Contact-Kelly Warren
(904) 381-3674.

North Campus
101 State Street
Jacksonville, FL  32202
Contact-Kerry Roth
(904) 766-6785.

 South Campus
11901 Beach Blvd.
Jacksonville, FL  32246
Gallery Coordinator-Lynn Lewis
(904) 646-2023

JaxPort Gallery
2831 Talleyrand Avenue
Jacksonville, FL32206
(904) 357-3052
Contact-Meredith Fordham Hughes
[email protected]

Has a nice gallery space in the lobby with a fabulous hanging system and really good lighting. People from all walks of life are in and out of there on a regular basis. Both national and international visitors enjoy the art on display.

The Jewish Community Alliance
8505 San Jose Blvd.
Jacksonville, FL  32217

Contact-Heather or Thelma Nied
(904) 730-2100

Has a fabulous gallery space in their facility.  Art generally sells at this location. There is a long WAITING LIST.  If interested in showing there, all hospitality or reception food and drink must be Kosher. Other requirements may apply.

 Jacksonville International Airport
JIA Arts Commission

Contact-Allie Gioe
14201 Pecan Park Road
Jacksonville, FL  32218
(904) 741-3546 (Office)

 Jacksonville International Airport
Haskell Gallery

2400 Yankee Clipper Drive
Jacksonville, FL  32218

This is a World-Class venue and premier location.  Visit them online for more information.  The JIA Arts Commission handles the gallery.

 Larimer Memorial Library
Larimer Arts Center
601 College Road (216 Reid St.)
Palatka FL 32177

A truly gorgeous venue and they sell art there! They have a 3rd Friday Art Walk/Street Party.

Stellers Gallery
240 A1A N., Suite 13
Ponte Vedra, FL  32082

1409 Atlantic Blvd.
Jacksonville, FL 32207
904-396-9492 (San Marco)

Trends Home Decor 
Lori Taylor, Proprietor
1738 Hendricks Avenue
Jacksonville, FL 32207
904-346- 3919
FB page

Our local libraries happily show local artist’s work. The space varies and you should make a visit to each location to see how the lighting is and how much work can be hung. Call or stop in to sign up (Usually for a month at a time).

This is an easy way to initially get your work out in the public eye. Libraries generally do not take a commission but are often in need and a small donation would be welcomed.

Fleming Island Library
1895 Town Center Blvd.
Fleming Island FL  32003
(904) 278-3720

Jacksonville Library
3330 Kori Road (Mandarin)
Jacksonville, FL  32257
(904) 262-5201

 Orange Park Library
2054 Plainfield Avenue (Off Kingsley Ave.)
Orange Park, FL  32073
Contact- Jason Black

Folio Weekly and The Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens usually have a yearly “Call to Artists” for locally scheduled special events. Be sure to check out their calendars online.