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Welcome! We are celebrating 63 Years of Serving the Arts Community

The Washington Art Association--a not-for-profit organization run principally by volunteers-- was established in 1952 by a group of local artists who were seeking ways to nurture creative life in and around Litchfield County. Their goals were to promote greater understanding and appreciation of art, and to encourage and facilitate the study, creation, and exhibition of art.

The high caliber of exhibitions for which the Washington Art Association is known was established early on, with celebrated artists such as Alexander Calder, Andre Masson and Yves Tanguy participating in early shows.

Since its founding, the Washington Art Association has staged more than 450 exhibitions, which have showcased the work of both emerging and established artists from all over the world. Our exhibits attract more than 10,000 visitors per year, drawing people from both near and far.



Art of Painting 2015:  National Juried Exhibition
Art of Painting 2015: National Juried Exhibition


LAST WEEK TO APPLY! DEADLINE IS FRIDAY, MAY 1ST AT 11:59 PM!

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William Bailey is a renowned figurative painter whose work appears in a long list of major collections nationwide, including those
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Give Local America 2015
Give Local America 2015
Starting at 7 a.m. on May 5th and ending at 7 p.m. on May 6th is a fantastic opportunity for giving the experience of art as a gift to yourself as well as making an invaluable contribution to our community!


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Welcome the Spring Film Series:  Stones & Paper
Welcome the Spring Film Series: Stones & Paper
This program is a timeless retrospective on the life and career of Isamu Noguchi, whose binational heritage sent him back and forth between Japan and America seeking a new artistic synthesis.

He started his career in P
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Transformations
Transformations
Georganne Mennin creates in two dimensions and Darrell Petit works in three, but the transformations wrought by time upon materials, and then wrought again by their artistic sensitivities connect these two artists' work. Petit and Mennin perceive the material nature of their objects, and poetically, substantively, rebuild them into objects that expand upon that nature.Georganne Mennin's approach to Photography has often focused on the portraiture of grit. In this exhibition textural histories found in industrial objects are then recycled into her own compositions and pictorial narratives in an edited series called "Convolutions". Sometimes unrecognizable textures and objects are re-crafted to find recycled meaning seen in the photography... click for more

Next:  Singular Perspective
Next: Singular Perspective
Featuring the current works of Kevin Dunn, Mounira Stott, and Peter Kirkiles.

Please join us at the opening reception on Saturday, May 16, from 4 - 6pm.


This exhibition runs from May 16 through June 13.

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Art & Food: The Cookbook
Art & Food: The Cookbook
We're pleased to offer this cookbook in celebration of our 60th Anniversary!

Art feeds the soul. Food feeds the body. Art & Food, a new artbook/cookbook being published this spring by the Washington Art Association, bri
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