ASA Art Walk


Annual Art Walk

Each February, ASA offers an opportunity for local artists and craftspeople to let the public see and buy their work. Over the past nine years this event has grown in popularity throughout Ajijic, and beyond.
Unfortunately, because of COVID-19, the February 2021 Art Walk has been cancelled. We expect to return in February 2022 — watch this space for details!
At the last Art Walk in 2020, there were almost 100 artists showing at over 30 locations throughout Lakeside. Some artists displayed their work in their own studios, while others were hosted by another artist or business. There were some locations that included several artists.

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You'll find a huge selection of art including mixed media, oils, acrylics, photography, sculpture, jewelry, handicrafts… and so much more.

Find that perfect piece to finish off your home decor, or the ideal gift to show how much you appreciate a friend or loved one. 


This is the largest Art event to be held at Lakeside.
During the last Art Walk we had almost 100 significant local artists participating!
For a complete list of the participating artists from the previous Art Walk, see the Artist Directory below.

This will be your only opportunity to see their work in one showing —
don't miss out!


The last Art Walk was the biggest ever!

Our artists showed their work at over 30 locations throughout Lakeside. These included studios, galleries, restaurants, B&Bs, and other businesses. 


Artist Directory

Below is a directory of all artists participating in the last Art Walk held in February 2020. Artists are listed in alphabetical order by first name.

Countdown to Studio Art Walk 2021

February 2021 CANCELLED
Come back here in August 2021 for details about February 2022!


Ajijic Society of the Arts
About ASA

Ajijic Society of the Arts (ASA) is a membership organization for artists working in all media in the Lake Chapala area of Mexico.