EXHIBITIONS



Spring ONLINE Exhibition

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Spring is nature's way of reminding us that every day is worthy of celebration. The cold, long days of winter are fading away, so we are inspired by the warming temperatures, rains, and the emergence of growth; from the first Snow Drops and Crocus, to the full bloom of leaves on the trees.


Next ONLINE Exhibition — Summer

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As the days are getting longer, and the warmth returns, it's natural that our thoughts turn to summer. We begin to fantasize more, thinking of holidays, long summer days, barbecues of the back deck, days at the beach under blue skies, warm summer evening walks, working the garden, ice cream, and sitting outside.

Deadline for this exhibition is May 20.


Previous ONLINE Exhibition — Winter

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Winter is the coldest season of the year, in the northern hemisphere from December to February and in the southern hemisphere from June to August. It's a time associated with plunging temperatures and icy weather, but a season that can provide angry blizzards, yet stunning views of nature's palette.


122nd Annual Juried Exhibition — "Signs of Life"

Signs of Life are all around us.
Some literal, forceful and man made.
Others are more subtle, natural or intuitive.
What is your interpretation of the phrase?


Exhibition open from:  April 29 — September 3, 2018

SUBMISSION DEADLINE:   MONDAY APRIL 9, 2018


Zorica Krasulja-Silverthorne, the WAAH Exhibitions Chair
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