Small Works Holiday Sale

Small Works: Holiday Art Show/Sale

November 20 to December 22, 2020

Original Fine Art Created by Wickford Art Association Members...
Locally created artwork, small in size, affordably priced, simple to wrap, just in time for gift-giving!
Cash & carry, new work arriving daily, no sales tax on fine art!
Artwork must be priced $300 and under and no larger than 14" including the frame on the longest side.


Registration Opens Monday- September 28, 2020

Registration for Small Works show/sale is first-come, first serve, for up to 45 artists.  You have reviewed and agree to all show/sale requirements for presentation, understanding that all title cards must be self-produced and that you can restock your for-sale inventory throughout the duration of the show/sale.  As a member in good standing, you will retain 70% of all sales.   Please send all future inquiries about this exhibit to:, but first, add this e-mail address to your CONTACT LIST to ensure delivery of e-mail notifications from WAA.

For the registration fee of $45 per artist, you may fill your assigned exhibit space as you wish, but no work can exceed 14 inches on its longest side.  Because organized displays lead to better sales, we encourage you to plan carefully, frame works in a consistent manner, and group sale pieces by size.  To register, visit in-gallery or call: 401-294-6840 to provide payment-- then, DOWNLOAD & PRINT: Small Works 2020 Registration: Guidelines & Inventory

Shop Wednesday through Saturday (noon-4pm), Sunday (noon-3pm)- plus one extra FINAL day on Tuesday 12/22.

Holiday Reception (pending)
Sunday- December 6, 2020
12 PM to 3 PM  ~  Meet the artists!
Stop by Wickford Village's Festival of Lights, 
The Mills at Shady Lea Open Studios and Christmas at the Castle on this fun shopping weekend too!

Here's a preview of works by Participating Artists:



National Photography Exhibit

David Helfer WELLS - Jurist

David Helfer Wells is a film-maker and photographer who divides his time between Providence, Rhode Island and Bangalore, India. One day you can find him creating still and moving images for clients, such as Edible Rhody and the Providence Preservation Society on the unique local culture of America’s smallest state. Other days he may be working on personal/grant funded projects on the beautiful Narragansett Bay with the support of Rhode Island’s Council for Humanities and State Council on the Arts.  In India’s “Silicon City” Bangalore, he is busy creating visual narratives for clients such as Bryn Mawr College and Aramco World or working on personal/grant funded projects supported by the Fulbright and Alicia Patterson Foundations.

He has worked on assignment for such magazines as Fortune, Life, National Geographic, Newsweek, The Sunday New York Times, and Time, among others. One editor described him as a “…specialist in intercultural communication and visual narratives that excel in their creative mastery of light, shadow and sound, stills and video.” His project on the pesticide poisoning of California farm workers was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize by the Philadelphia Inquirer. He has also worked for corporations such as Consolidated Natural Gas and DuPont as well as for non-profits such as the Ford Foundation and the New Israel Fund.  More at

Enjoy our the Virtually Gallery for the 2020 National Photography Exhibit!

To see the best representation of these photographic selections, please visit the WAA Gallery at 36 Beach Street, North Kingstown, RI 02852, Wednesday - Saturday (noon-4pm) and Sunday (noon-3pm)!

Jurist's Statement by David Helfer Wells can be found HERE

Collection of Work: Accepted or purchased art may be collected after the exhibit concludes on: Tuesday, November 17th (11AM-6PM). Accepted or purchased art may not be removed during the exhibit. A $5/day charge will be applied to all artwork not collected by end of business on Tuesday 11/17/20, unless previous arrangements have been approved.

Our next exhibit is Small Works Holiday Sale.  Learn more by clicking here.

"National Photography Exhibit"

In-Gallery Exhibit: October 23-November 15, 2020

Virtual Gallery: Launching October 27, 2020

Showcasing a diverse and creative selection of the region's finest photography!

Open, Juried, All Media
Juror: David Helfer Wells

Opening Receptions:
Friday, October 23, 2020
Session #1 - 6:30 to 7:30 PM, Session #2 - 7:30 to 8:30 PM
Awards announced at 6:45 and 7:45 PM - Beverages will be served outdoors


WAA is thrilled to announce the award-winning selections from our National Photography Exhibit:

- First Prize -         

BLM: The Things They Carried by Kimo Williams (West Virginia) - Digital Print

- Second Prize -     

Into Dreamland by Michael Potts (Arizona) - Digital Archival Print

- Third Prize -      

Self Portrait as Housewife (Who He Wanted Me to Be) by Lily Colman (Pennsylvania) - Digital C-print

  - Honorable Mentions -

Burning It Up by John Pitocco (Rhode Island) - Photography

Covid Isolation by Jean Duffy (Rhode Island) - Photography

- Judge’s Awards -

Crossing Over by Gene Suponski (Connecticut) - B&W Digital Photography

Stitching the Sunlight by Martha Wakefield (Massachusetts) - Digital Collage


Poetry and Art, Ann Cody Joyce, Andrew Dooley, Wickford Art Association

8th Annual Poetry & Art

"8th Annual Poetry & Art" - TRANSITION
Exhibit: September 25 to October 18, 2020

Opening Weekend under "The Tent" on Narragansett Bay:

  • Friday- September 25, 2020 - Private Poet & Artist Receptions6:00, 6:45 and 7:30 PM / RSVP by e-mail
  • Saturday- September 26, 2020 - Public Reception & Poetry admission, but registration required
    • Reception #1 (3:30pm): register at Brown Paper Tickets HERE
    • Reception #2 (5:00pm): register at Brown Paper Tickets HERE
  • Sunday- September 27, 2020 - Public Reception & Poetry admission, but registration Reception #3required
    • Reception #3 (3:30pm): register at Brown Paper Tickets HERE

A wonderful opportunity to experience poetry readings, responsive art and new friendships!

Fine art and original poetry displayed side-by-side, beverages for all attendees.  Receptions are free and open to the public, but due to social gathering limitations, this year's event will be spread over an ENTIRE weekend.

A limited-edition, full color, professionally designed book cataloging the exhibit will be published. Thrilling news is that the 7 previous Poetry & Art books (2013 to 2019) have been accepted into The Poets House library in New York City, one of the premiere poetry libraries in the country. The 2020 book will be a part of their library collection as well and will be on special display at the Poets House in the fall.

Poets and artists will not meet until Friday- September 25th...until then...pairings are a secret.


Poetry & Art - Book Shipping Fee $10 (For Poets/Artists unable to attend Opening 9/25 or Receptions 9/26 & 9/27)

Abstract Avant Garde

Joan HALL - Jurist

Joan Hall works in mixed media and large-scale sculptural installations with an emphasis on the materials of handmade paper, glass and metal. She is known for her interest in experimentation and the use of printmaking to create large-scale works and installations in her Rhode Island studio.

Her work combines her need to make art that is visually arresting with her passion for marine advocacy. Hall wants to initiate a conversation about the peril we will face if we choose to ignore climate change. Many of her exhibition installations polarize works about cause and effect, the past and the present, love and loss.    

Hall’s work is exhibited internationally and her most recent installation “ The Invasion of Hull Cove” was included in the European Cultural Center’s “Personal Structures “ a collateral exhibition during the Venice Biennale 2019. Joan’s work is exclusively represented by Childs Gallery in Boston.

Abstract / Avant-Garde...The best in the region

In-Gallery Exhibit: August 21-September 13, 2020

Open, Juried for entry & prizes, All Media
Juror: Joan Hall

Thank you to all who entered this exhibit…the response to our first exhibit of the summer was outstanding!  Out of 139 pieces entered, 67 pieces of art were curated for exhibition by juror Joan Hall.  To review the jurist's note, click HERE; photographs of award recipients and selected other works to be posted soon!

Prizes were awarded as follows:

1st Place - Glacier Study by Catherine Mansell, Ink-Paper-Wax

2nd Place - Work in Progress by Renee Syed, Mixed Media

3rd Place - Black, White & Orange #1 by Diane Brown, Oil & Cold Wax

Honorable Mentions

Wound by Barbara Crane, Photography

We Are Nature by Kerstin Zettmar, Acrylic

Judge’s Awards

Pastoral Scene, Deconstructed by Laura White Carpenter, Mixed - Fiber & Found Objects

Swing States by Beth Johnston, Encaustic/Gold

Congratulations to the following artists who have been accepted:
2, 3, 11, 12, 16, 19, 20, 21, 23, 25, 27, 30, 31, 32, 36, 38, 39, 45, 50, 55, 56, 57, 59, 60, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 69, 71, 74, 78, 79, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 96, 98, 99, 100, 104, 105, 106, 107, 111, 112, 115, 116, 118, 119, 120, 121, 125, 126, 128, 132, 135, 139

All works not accepted through the jury process must be collected Friday- August 21 (noon-3PM) or Saturday - August 22 (noon-3pm); all work stored past business hours on 8/22/20 will incur a $5/day holding fee.

Accepted or purchased art may be collected after the exhibit concludes on Tuesday- September 15 (11AM-6PM); accepted or purchased art may not be removed during the exhibit.

Our next exhibit is WAA's "8th Annual Poetry & Art."

Here is a sampling of the current exhibit...please enjoy this limited VIRTUAL GALLERY:


Annual Members Exhibit

Stephan Brigidi - Judge

Stephan Brigidi was born in Providence, Rhode Island in 1951, and is a widely published artist whose work has been exhibited throughout the United States and Europe. Brigidi received his MFA at RI School of Design in 1976, studying with Harry Callahan and Aaron Siskind.  He received a Fulbright-Hays Fellowship to Italy from and a Photographer’s Fellowship from the National Endow­ment for the Arts, along with other grants and awards. Brigidi has been an invited artist resident to the MacDowell Colony, the Yaddo Colony, and MASS/MoCA.

Previous publications include a collaboration with the poet, Robert Bly, on Angels of Pompeii, published by Ballantine Books, NY in 1991. Remarkable People is Brigidi’s second book published in 1995 by the Sunningdale Foundation, RI.  Afraid of the Dark: A Venetian Story, was published in 2015 by BVT Publishing, Reading, California.  The Fire of Rome is Brigidi’s fourth book, completed in 2017 by Bristol Workshops editions.  Brigidi has also completed his fifth book, Portrait as an Artist’s Limited Edition.  Daylight Books of North Carolina has published Brigidi’s newest title, ROME 1970s in 2019.

Brigidi has taught photography, painting, and aesthetics since 1979 at such places as the Universities of Hawaii & Connecticut, Rhode Island College, and for many years at Rhode Island School of Design.  His photography has been acquired by more than thirty museums in the US and Europe.


WAA is pleased to announce the following Prizes:

1st place - Young Ellis Food Mart

by Robert Lavoie - Gouache $900

2nd place - Let Your Soul and Spirit Fly

by Nancy Virbila - Mixed Media Collage $450

3rd place - Bridging Time

by Lori Jeremiah - Pastel $650

Honorable Mention - Ancient Voices

by Jane Rollins - Mixed Media $375

Honorable Mention - Solitary Stroll - Ajijic, Mexico

by Chris Mulcahey - Soft Pastel $600

Judge's Award - I Cavelli di Nettuno

by Betsey MacDonald - Wax-Ink-Charcoal $600

Judge's Award - Fine China

by Jillian Barber - Clay Sculpture Assemblage $750


"Annual Members Exhibit"
Exhibit: July 24 to August 16, 2020

This exhibit showcases our members' talent...and what talent we have here at WAA!

Judge: Stephan Brigidi - Stephan Brigidi Fine Arts

Virtual Gallery Online LAUNCHES: Tuesday- July 28, 2020

This exhibit's wonderful variety has been eloquently summarized and award-recipients creative accomplishments noted in the statement by judge Stephan Brigidi; find it here: Judge's Statement.

Art may be collected after the exhibit concludes on
- Tuesday, August 18th, 11 AM to 6 PM

Accepted and purchased art may not be removed during the exhibit.

Our next exhibit is WAA's "Abstract / Avant Garde".  Learn more by clicking here.


Virtual Gallery





Small Works, Wickford Art Association, Little Picture Show, Jean Duffy

Art of the Ocean State

1st Prize Jenni Tire by Robert Lavoie, Oil $2,000 SOLD

2nd Prize - Barnacles by Laura White Carpenter, Porcelain & Sea Glass $299

3rd Prize - Summer Palate by Rick Catallozzi, Photography $1,350

Honorable Mention Zeek's Creek by Dianne Webb, Oil $1,100

Honorable Mention Fishes Jardiniere, by Jillian Barber, Ceramic Sculpture $185

Judge's Award Seaglass by Lori Jeremiah, Pastel $450

Judge's Award Perfect Storm by Aileen M. Quinn, Watercolor $400

Wiliam Heydt - Jurist

William Heydt CV 2020

"Art of the Ocean State"
On exhibit: June 26 to July 19, 2020 with Virtual Gallery to launch June 30th

Everything that makes RI beautiful, unique, quirky, fun-sized and our home!

Open - All Media - Jury for Entry & Prizes
Juror: William Heydt 

Thank you to all who entered this exhibit…the response to our first exhibit of the summer was outstanding!  Out of 127 pieces entered, 86 pieces of art were curated for exhibition by juror William Heydt.

Prizes were awarded as follows:

1st Place - Jenni Tire by Robert Lavoie, Oil

2nd Place - Barnacles by Laura White Carpenter, Porcelain & Sea Glass

3rd Place - Summer Palate by Rick Catallozzi, Jr., Photography

Honorable Mention #1 - Zeek’s Creek by Dianne Webb, Oil

Honorable Mention #2 - Fishes Jardiniere by Jillian Barber, Ceramic Sculpture

Judge’s Award #1 - Seaglass by Lori Jeremiah, Pastel

Judge’s Award #2 - Perfect Storm by Aileen Quinn, Watercolor

Congratulations to the following artists who have been accepted:
2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, 15, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 28, 29, 31, 33, 34, 35, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 44, 45, 46, 47, 50, 51, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 63, 64, 66, 67, 68, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 78, 79, 80, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 91, 93, 96, 97, 99, 100, 102, 104, 107, 109, 110, 111, 112, 113, 116, 117, 120, 122, 124, 125, 127, 128

Artwork that was not accepted by the juror must be picked up on
Friday- June 26th from Noon to 3PM or Saturday- June 27th from Noon to 3PM

A $5/day charge will be applied to all artwork not collected by end of business on Saturday 6/27, unless previous arrangements have been approved.

To read the complete Juror's Statement by William Heydt, click HERE: JUROR'S STATEMENT

Accepted or purchased art may be collected after the exhibit concludes on Tuesday- July 21st, 11 AM to 6 PM.
Accepted or purchased art may not be removed during the exhibit.

All accepted works will be featured in the Virtual Gallery, to launch Tuesday- June 30th.

Our next exhibit is WAA's "Annual Members Exhibit". For your convenience, artists may pickup their "Art of the Ocean State" artwork and submit "Annual Members Exhibit" entries on the same day ~ Tuesday, July 21st.  Learn more about the "Annual Members Exhibit" by clicking here.

Art of the Ocean State - VIRTUAL GALLERY



Wickford Art Association

Juried Artist Member Invitational

June 5 to June 21, 2020

Featuring the artwork of seven invited WAA JAMs:



Bonnie JAFFE





To become a Juried-Artist-Member:

After 6 months of General Artist Membership, artists may apply to become a Juried Artist Member by submitting 5 original and recent works of art for judging by a jury of 3 current juried members. The next panel is Tuesday- November 17, 2020 and work must be collected on Wednesday, November 18th - see application for complete details: Juried Artist Member Application then call the gallery at 401-294-6840 to reserve your space.

Sharon ALEMANY currently lives in Newport, RI and spends her time between Newport and Falmouth, MA.  Inspired by the beauty that surrounds her, she returned to her passion for painting in 1995.  She currently focuses on Watercolors and Acrylics of popular Ocean State sites.  She is also available for commissioned pieces of artwork of people's homes and favorite vacation spots.  Sharon studied under well known local artists through both the Newport Art Museum and the Wickford Art Association.  She is currently a Juried Artist Member of the Wickford Art Association.

SELECTED WORKS by Sharon Alemany


Jody BROWN: I have been taking pictures my whole life, but it is only since 2012 that I began to learn about my camera and to study photography by taking classes and reading.  My first workshop was in New Brunswick, Canada, with Freeman Patterson.  It was a levitating experience, both because of Freeman and the other students.  In 2015, I began entering shows and spending more time with other photographers, in workshops and photo tours.  I feel very fortunate to have found this world for creativity, and the extraordinary people who inhabit it.

I have been told I look happy when I am photographing.  I know that is true.  I am intensely curious about the world we inhabit, and the humans being in it.  And when I point my literal or virtual lens at something or someone that sparks my interest, I am happy.

For subject matter I enjoy playing with architectural elements, color, and pattern (sometimes with deliberate camera motion),  resulting in photographs that may evoke pleasure, unease, wonderment, or simply curiosity.  But it is, most of all, the quirky nature of human behavior and gesture that makes me take to the street.  I find my photographic eye focusing most frequently on those small human moments of humor, poignancy, joy, determination, pride, unease, and/or ambiguity.  Serendipity is not a small part of this equation, but patience and perseverance tend to invite more of these moments.



Bonnie JAFFE is a native Rhode Islander and has lived in the state her entire life. Bonnie credits her dad, Murray Perlman, for introducing her to the excitement of photography when he gave her her first Brownie camera at age 7.  She later graduated to his Bessler Topcon Super D 35mm camera, and developed film and printed pictures in their basement darkroom.  She was inspired early in life to capture moments of time on film.  In high school, Bonnie began her formal study of photography, which continued at the Rhode Island School of Design from which she graduated in 1978, earning a BFA.  Bonnie then worked as a freelance photographer and then became a commercial producer/writer for the next 15 years.

Bonnie’s particular focus is on capturing people at work and at play, but enjoys all facets of the art.   Bonnie Jaffe is an award winning photographer and an artist member of the Providence Art Club, Wickford Art Association, Connecticut Academy of Fine Arts, as well as many other art associations.  Bonnie resides with her family in Barrington, RI.

SELECTED WORK by Bonnie Jaffe


Paul MELLO picked up photography at the age of fourteen after a friend of his brother showed him an Argus C3 camera and a makeshift darkroom. He was hooked after that, and after working all summer, he bought his first Nikon camera. Little did he know that that would be the easiest part of this obsession. The Navy came next, but as luck would have it, they trained him to be a Photographer's Mate and then sent Paul to a photo lab in the Philippines. Well, after his four year Navy career, he settled back in Newport and in a short time became an Associated Press stringer for the Newport area. He also started taking photos of  major sailing events like the 1980 Americas's Cup and OSTAR Single Handed Race from England etc. He had a modicum of success with some pictures in the NY Times and major Sailing magazines at the time. But the passion wained in 1983 and he took a reluctant hiatus from photography.

His love of photography has come back with some new and exciting twists. Gone are the chemicals and the darkroom which has been replaced with a computer and printer that has proved to be as equally a demanding mistress as the darkroom ever was. His passion to capture and reveal life's uniqueness to us that may be hidden at first glance or lost after the moment has past is his driving force. If a photograph doesn't grab you in the first two seconds and make you look a lot longer, He would suggest that a different approach is in order!




Hiroko SHIKASHIO: My fascination with color has always been the key element in my work.

If the sun rays capture our hearts much like a rainbow does, my desire is to express the vitality and bursting energy of that spectrum.

Over the years I have also developed a strong passion for traveling around the world. Traveling not only opens your eyes to other cultures, but offers great opportunities to observe the wonderful nature and stir up creative energy for photography and other art forms.

SELECTED WORKS by Hiroko Shikashio


Frances TOPPING holds a Bachelor of Science in Geography with Botany/Zoology minor; Sheffield, England, as well as a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design with Illustration and Photography from University of Akron, Ohio and a Natural Science Illustration Certificate from the Rhode Island School of Design.  She participated in further studies with noted artists Don Getz, Marc Moon, Tom Lynch, Fred Graff, and Guild of Natural Science artists and ongoing natural history study.

Lifelong interests in natural history and art have culminated in paintings and illustrations primarily reflecting a nature theme. Capturing nature’s many faces is my goal. Helping others to stop and see the intricacy, beauty and scientific wonder of nature will I hope inspire others to care for, preserve and enjoy the natural world as well as learn from it.

I was born in England where I developed a love of the countryside and nature. My later experience as an interpretive naturalist in the United States has added to my knowledge and this is reflected in my artwork, a combination of the natural world and its expression on paper, whether for viewing enjoyment or instructional purposes.

SELECTED WORKS by Frances Topping


Cindy Horovitz WILSON, a resident of Wickford Rhode Island, has been making photographs of Rhode Island since 1976. She earned her BA from the University of Rhode Island in 1978, studied briefly at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, and received her Masters of Fine Art from Tyler School of Art of Temple University in 1984.

After 20 years in wedding photography and three years operating a gallery in Wickford, Cindy began teaching photography in local classes and to photography groups in 2009. She has led travel photography workshops in various locations in New England and around the world.

Cindy continues to develop her own signature style of making images, observing and capturing her subjects with authenticity and dignity. She exhibits in local art festivals and with many photography organizations.

SELECTED WORKS by Cindy Horovitz Wilson




North Kingstown School Department K-12 Student Art Exhibit

North Kingstown School Department K-12 Student Art Exhibit
Cancelled for May 2020 due to the COVID-19/Coronavirus Pandemic

The Wickford Art Association (WAA) presents an annual exhibit of artwork from the North Kingstown School Department, with works from Grades K-12 in conjunction with the Art Educators of North Kingstown's Elementary, Middle and High Schools.

We look forward to re-launching this program in 2021 with even greater opportunities for engagement with our local student art community and in support of the fine art education North Kingstown students receive at our area schools.

Fur, Feathers, Fins

1st Place - Millie Reflections - Betsey MacDonald, Oil $800

2nd Place - Bear Fishing - Cate McCauley, Watercolor $300

3rd Place - Lola the Show Lobster - Rebecca Magnotta, Mixed Media/Man-made Material $7000


Honorable Mentions:

The Black Sheep - Jane Bregoli, Oil $2000

Self Portrait with Birds - Ann-Marie Gillett, Mixed Media $450



Judge's Awards:

A Family Float - Paul Murray, Photography $595

Marmalade - Karen Giles, Oil $375


"Fur, Feathers, Fins"
Animals in Art...Exhibit Dates REVISED

Exhibit by VIRTUAL GALLERY: Tuesday- April 21 through Tuesday- June 2 and IN-GALLERY upon Re-Opening

Opening Reception: Currently, no opening reception is planned.

Open, Juried, All Media
Juror: Kendra Bidwell Ferreira -

Thank you to all who entered this exhibit! It is always great to see the wonderful ways in which our artists interpret animals through art!
The following pieces were curated for exhibition by jurist Kendra Ferreira:

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55

Jurists notes are available here: FFF 2020 Juror's Notes and photographs of award winners will follow shortly.  Awards have been assigned to:

1st Place 

Millie Reflections by Betsey MacDonald - Oil 

 2nd Place 

Bear Fishing by Cate McCauley - Watercolor

 3rd Place  

Lola the Show Lobster by Rebecca Magnotta - Mixed Media

 Honorable Mention

The Black Sheep by Jane Bregoli - Oil 

 Honorable Mention 

Self-Portrait with Birds by Ann-Marie Gillett - Mixed Media

 Judge’s Award

A Family Float by Paul Murray Photography 

 Judge’s Award 

Marmelade by Karen Giles - Oil 

WAA will hold those works not selected until the gallery is able to re-open. WAA will launch a virtual gallery of selected works in the coming days and will actively share on social media.  We will install the exhibit for the gallery re-opening at a date to be determined, and all selected pieces may remain through Tuesday- June 2nd.  All collections will be scheduled by appointment via e-mail HERE.

Our next open juried exhibit is "Art of the Ocean State" in June.  Learn more by clicking here.

March Into Art

March Into Art Virtual Gallery

"March Into Art"

All works are FOR SALE!

To purchase e-mail WAA HERE!

Open, Juried, All Media EXCEPT PHOTOGRAPHY
Juror: Mim Brooks Fawcett, Executive Director and Chief Curator of Attleboro Arts Museum

Thank you to all who entered this exhibit! The response to March Into Art was terrific!
Out of 86 pieces entered, 70 pieces of art were curated for exhibition by jurist Mim Brooks Fawcett.

1st Place 

Early Evening by Marilyn Saabye - Oil 

 2nd Place 

Kinney In Bloom by Jane Robbins - Soft Pastel 

 3rd Place  

Frog by Suzanne Lewis - Drypoint Etching 

 Honorable Mention

Daffodils by Trish Hurley - Oil 

 Honorable Mention 

Lure Selection by Christine Mulcahey - Soft Pastel 

 Judge’s Award

Emergence by Laura White Carpenter - Porcelain Sculpture 

 Judge’s Award 

T.G.I.S. by Cathy Kaiser - Collage 

WAA asks all exhibiting artists to leave work installed if possible with pick-up on Monday- April 13 and Tuesday- April 14 (11am-3pm) by appointment.  To schedule, e-mail WAA HERE.  For artists who must collect accepted art early, or customers who purchased from the exhibit, we will accommodate collection.  To schedule early collection, e-mail WAA HERE.  Artwork can be collected no earlier than:  Monday- March 30; we appreciate artists flexibility to keep accepted art "on the walls" during the gallery shut-down.

Our next exhibit is "Fur, Feathers, Fins"-- WAA hopes to register works for this show beginning on Tuesday- April 14, but BY APPOINTMENT and to run the exhibit as an online Virtual Gallery, hoping for a mid-late April gallery re-opening with the full show.  For convenience, if you plan to pick-up your "March Into Art" artwork, you may also submit "Fur, Feathers, Fins" entries on the same day.  Learn more about "Fur, Feathers, Fins" by clicking here.