|The Washington Art Association & Gallery|
Is a 64 year old not for profit organization dedicated to enriching and educating our community through the arts. Located in the scenic Litchfield Hills of Northwest Connecticut, WAA has hosted over 450 exhibitions showcasing the work of both emerging and established local, national, and international artists.
Student and member artists are invited to exhibit in the Student and Member's exhibitions annually.
Special WAA events fill the year starting with a festive Summer Solstice Party in the spring, a family Harvest Barn Party in the fall, a month long Holiday Gift Fair in December, plus many exceptional workshops, lectures, films and tours throughout the year.
|Call for Entries: The Thing of it Is |
CALL FOR ENTRIES!
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Eric Aho, the juror, is a renowned abstract landscape painter whose work appears in a long list of major collections nationwide and internationally, including those of permanent... click for more
|Summer Solstice 2016|
For the 8th year, the Summer Solstice Festival returns!
Join us on Saturday, June 18th at this fun-filled event featuring a sizzling evening of live Latin music and Caribbean cuisine prepared by your favorite local che... click for more
|Malcolm Moran: From the Artist’s Studio and the Printer’s Press|
Washington Art Association announces an exhibition of work by Connecticut Painter and Printmaker Malcolm Moran. The exhibit will highlight the close collaboration between artist and printmaker and how the artist’s body of work develops as part of that dialogue. The exhibition will explore the various themes in painting, drawing and printmaking that Malcolm Moran has been preoccupied with in recent years.Malcolm Moran: From the Artist’s Studio and the Printer’s Press has been curated by WAA printmaking instructor, artist and master printer Anthony Kirk who collaborated with the artist in printing many of the portrait monotypes on view. The artist refers to these as “portrait constructs” and they are of no one in particular, much like the mak... click for more
|Cuba at CT|
We are grateful and excited that The Community Table in New Preston has generously open its doors to this exceptional exhibition. We're excited to have Kathy Root, of KMR Art in Washington Depot, curate this show.
As p... click for more
|Cuba at WAA|
In this exhibition, we are deeply honored to be showcasing the never-before-seen-by-the-public works from the exquisite private collection of the late Mechy (Mercedes) Mestre Bonachea, which is on loan from her family. ... click for more