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Wilmington Art Association Spring Show

Wise Path, an   Original Watercolor, (16” x 27” framed) won a Jerry’s Artarama Award at the WAA Spring Show

Wise Path, an Original Watercolor, (16” x 27” framed) won a Jerry’s Artarama Award at the WAA Spring Show

The 2019 Wilmington Art Association 37th Annual Juried Spring Art Show and Sale (whew!) opened on Saturday, March 30 and runs to Sunday, April 7. It’s the official art show of the North Carolina Azalea Festival and is held at the Hannah Block Historic USO/Community Arts Center, 2nd and Orange Streets in Wilmington, North Carolina. I was delighted to have both my paintings juried in this year and very happy to be awarded for one of the paintings (Wise Path pictured above). Parting Storm is pictured below.

The juror and judge for this year’s show is Dan Nelson of Raleigh. He spent a lot of time judging the show and also conducting an informative walk about for the artists on Saturday morning where he offered much encouragement and constructive input to artists in attendance.

The show includes a Fine Art Drawing (FAD) which will be awarded at a FAD Party on Friday, April 5. Tickets are on sale during the show this week. There are so many wonderful pieces on display, so be sure to get to the show this week if you can.

Parting Storm,   Original Watercolor, 27” x 16” framed

Parting Storm, Original Watercolor, 27” x 16” framed