Saturday, April 24th – Artworks Board meeting from 8:30am to 10:00am. Meeting held at ARTWORKS around town. Associate Artists are always encouraged to attend our board meetings.
Next Jury: At ARTWORKS around town
Due to covid restrictions jury sessions will now be held on an as needed basis. If you are an artist and interested in becoming part of our family, either stop in to Artworks for paperwork or go to the “documents” section of our website and download the forms. Have 10 to 12 pieces, ready for display, to Artworks, along with your paperwork, one week prior to the Jury date. IF YOUR WORK IS NOT AT ARTWORKS ON TIME IT WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED FOR THE SCHEDULED JURY SESSION.
Next Art Critique: At ARTWORKS around town
Saturday, June 5th @ Noon at ARTWORKS around town – Everyone is welcome to bring your work in and share. If you are interested in jurying work into Artworks it is strongly suggested that you attend a critique to get an idea of how your work should be presented for jury.
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A retrospect of the painting career of Elizabeth (Liz) Neumann will be the December show at ARTWORKS around town. Each month Artworks opens new shows in each of their two galleries. The opening will be Friday, December 5th, from 5:30 … Continue reading
The beautiful and often visually pleasing watercolors of local well known artist L.W. “Bill” Rettig, Jr. are the featured paintings and show in the Studio Gallery for the month of October, 2015, at Artworks Around Town at the Centre Market. … Continue reading
“Explorations: Surrealism and Realism” opens on June 5th at ARTWORKS around town in the Centre Market as part of Wheeling’s First Friday celebration. Greg Siegwart and Sharon Lyn Stackpole are the featured artists at the event which is open to … Continue reading
The May art show “Freehand, A Journey in Color and Dust” at ARTWORKS Around Town is featuring the almost all new pastel work of Artworks member artist, Robert (Bob) Sako. Featured in the North Gallery will be the students of … Continue reading
It isn’t an uncommon story, but the outcome can be very UNCOMMON. Sandi Ziolkowski, in the past, often thought of herself as a misfit. She wasn’t happy in her corporate life, and she wasn’t happy in her profession. She felt … Continue reading