The Doylestown Art League was founded in 1959 by the late Walter Fell and 19 fellow artists. Today, with more than 40 years of service to its members and to the community, the League is one of Bucks County's leading cultural institutions. Many members of Doylestown Art League are artist recognized locally, regionally and internationally for the outstanding quality of their work, but membership is open to anyone, artist or non-artist, 16 years or older, who is interested in supporting the visual arts. All meetings of the Doylestown Art League are open to the public. Held at the James Lorah Home, Broad and Main Streets, Doylestown, (across from the Bucks County Courthouse) , meetings begin at 7:30 pm, usually on the first Thursday of the month.
Membership benefits include monthly meetings featuring guest speakers and demonstrations, art Instruction, the Lending Art Library Program, various trips to places of interest and the Doylestown Art League Newsletter.