Women 2017

“WOMEN”

RECEPTION AND MEET THE ARTISTS

SATURDAY, JULY 8, 5-7PM

The National Association of Women Artists, Inc., Massachusetts Chapter, in partnership with Charles Fine Arts, is pleased to announce the juried exhibition "Women". This exhibition is a visual interpretation of Maya Angelou's poem titled "Phenomenal Woman". Its theme reflects on feminine nature - strong, beautiful, proud, and self-sufficient.

Featuring  26 contemporary works by 22 artists from the National Association of Women Artists, Massachusetts Chapter (www.nawama.org).

"Women" exhibiting artists are:

Lorrie Berry of Wenham, Dale Sherman-Blodget of Essex, August Burns, Donna Caselden of Gloucester, Nancy Colella of Norwell, Jennifer Costello of Boston, Rosalie Cuticchia of Newburyport, Terry DelPercio-Piemonte of Gloucester, Susan Denniston of Scituate, Cindy Journey of Manchester, Bonita LeFlore of Georgetown, Nella Lush of North Andover,  Kat Masella of Manchester, Candace Mitchell of Newburyport, Alice Mongeau of Brewster, Mary Alice Orito of New York, NY, Mimi Reilly of Chestnut Hill, Ellen Rolli of Melrose, Susan Scavo Gallagher of Scituate, Rosalie Sidoti of Ipswich, Robin Thornhill of Danville, NH, Christine Whalen-Waller of Marblehead.

 

NAWA is based in New York City and was founded in 1889 as a not-for-profit organization of professional women in Fine Art (www.thenawa.org). Its mission is to foster public awareness of visual art created by women. The Massachusetts Chapter was established in 2013, and continues to promote and empower women of vision through exhibition, education, and scholarship.

Mischievous, 2016

Lorrie Berry

Mischievous, 2016

oil

48 x 36 in (121.92 x 91.44 cm)

Cat Nap, 2016

Nancy Colella

Cat Nap, 2016

oil

20 x 16 in (50.80 x 40.64 cm)

Behind Blue Eyes, 2016

Susan Denniston

Behind Blue Eyes, 2016

oil

20 x 16 in (50.80 x 40.64 cm)

Sail On Silver Girl, 2015

Bonita LeFlore

Sail On Silver Girl, 2015

acrylic

32 x 38 in (81.28 x 96.52 cm)

Late for Bridge, 2000

Alice Mongeau

Late for Bridge, 2000

oil

24 x 30 in (60.96 x 76.20 cm)

Two Sisters, 2014

Susan Scavo Gallagher

Two Sisters, 2014

photography: digital image capture

20 x 16 in (50.80 x 40.64 cm)

Hot Pink Flash, 2017

Christine Whalen-Waller

Hot Pink Flash, 2017

acrylic

24 x 18 in (60.96 x 45.72 cm)

Red 4, 2016

Dale Sherman Blodget

Red 4, 2016

acrylic on canvas with collage

48 x 36 in (121.92 x 91.44 cm)

HOME, 2017

Jennifer Costello

HOME, 2017

oil

40 x 27 in (101.60 x 68.58 cm)

Reaching Across the Void, 2017

Susan Denniston

Reaching Across the Void, 2017

oil

22 x 30 in (55.88 x 76.20 cm)

Azzurra, 2016

Nella Lush

Azzurra, 2016

oil

60 x 36 in (152.40 x 91.44 cm)

Young Woman at Peace Cafe, 2016

Mary Alice Orito

Young Woman at Peace Cafe, 2016

acrylic on canvas

20 x 16 in (50.80 x 40.64 cm)

Don't Tempt Me, 2017

Rosalie Sidoti

Don't Tempt Me, 2017

oil

36 x 55 in (91.44 x 139.70 cm)

For her it was always gold red- Hemingway, 2016

August Burns

For her it was always gold red- Hemingway, 2016

oil

18 x 16 in (45.72 x 40.64 cm)

Harlot or Nun?, 2017

Rosalie Cuticchia

Harlot or Nun?, 2017

oil

16 x 20 in (40.64 x 50.80 cm)

She Left Her Options Open, 2017

Cindy Journey

She Left Her Options Open, 2017

oil

12 x 24 in (30.48 x 60.96 cm)

I am Woman II, 2017

Kat Masella

I am Woman II, 2017

multimedia

24 x 18 in (60.96 x 45.72 cm)

Madonna Quartet, 2016

Mimi Reilly

Madonna Quartet, 2016

mixed media

60 x 60 in (152.40 x 152.40 cm)

Terra Mater (Mother Earth), 2017

Robin Thornhill

Terra Mater (Mother Earth), 2017

oil

36 x 36 in (91.44 x 91.44 cm)

Three Sisters, 2017

Donna Caselden

Three Sisters, 2017

acrylic

24 x 36 in (60.96 x 91.44 cm)

One Day a Woman, 2016

Terry Del Percio

One Day a Woman, 2016

acrylic

40 x 30 in (101.60 x 76.20 cm)

She Rises Up, 2017

Cindy Journey

She Rises Up, 2017

sculpture: Other

12 x 10 in (30.48 x 25.40 cm)

Breaking Boundaries, 2016

Candace Mitchell

Breaking Boundaries, 2016

oil

24 x 24 in (60.96 x 60.96 cm)

Cool Miss, 2015

Susan Scavo Gallagher

Cool Miss, 2015

photography: digital image capture

20 x 16 in (50.80 x 40.64 cm)

Becoming Jessica, 2010

Christine Whalen-Waller

Becoming Jessica, 2010

oil

20 x 16 in (50.80 x 40.64 cm)

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Women 2017
“WOMEN” RECEPTION AND MEET THE ARTISTS SATURDAY, JULY 8, 5-7PM The National Association of Women Artists, Inc., Massachusetts Chapter, in partnership with Charles Fine Arts, is pleased to announce the juried exhibition "Women". This exhibition is a visual interpretation of Maya Angelou's poem titled "Phenomenal Woman". Its theme reflects on feminine nature - strong, beautiful, proud, and self-sufficient. Featuring 26 contemporary works by 22 artists from the National Association of Women Artists, Massachusetts Chapter (www.nawama.org). "Women" exhibiting artists are: Lorrie Berry of Wenham, Dale Sherman-Blodget of Essex, August Burns, Donna Caselden of Gloucester, Nancy Colella of Norwell, Jennifer Costello of Boston, Rosalie Cuticchia of Newburyport, Terry DelPercio-Piemonte of Gloucester, Susan Denniston of Scituate, Cindy Journey of Manchester, Bonita LeFlore of Georgetown, Nella Lush of North Andover, Kat Masella of Manchester, Candace Mitchell of Newburyport, Alice Mongeau of Brewster, Mary Alice Orito of New York, NY, Mimi Reilly of Chestnut Hill, Ellen Rolli of Melrose, Susan Scavo Gallagher of Scituate, Rosalie Sidoti of Ipswich, Robin Thornhill of Danville, NH, Christine Whalen-Waller of Marblehead. NAWA is based in New York City and was founded in 1889 as a not-for-profit organization of professional women in Fine Art (www.thenawa.org). Its mission is to foster public awareness of visual art created by women. The Massachusetts Chapter was established in 2013, and continues to promote and empower women of vision through exhibition, education, and scholarship.
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