I’ve just returned from an exciting four days in Annapolis, Maryland where I attended the Women Artists of the West (WAOW) exhibit. It was hosted at the McBride Gallery on Annapolis’s historic Main Street.
As mentioned in my last post, one of my paintings – Whisker Ripples – was juried into the exhibit. I had the opportunity to meet many of the wonderful artists who attended the opening reception as well as several informal group meetings. It was a wonderful experience and the exhibit will be on display through the holidays and ending on January 7, 2023.
Each year WAOW holds an exhibition to showcase a carefully chosen group of that organization’s most talented artists. Now in its 52nd year, WAOW is a select group of approximately 350 women artists whose work encompasses wildlife, old west and contemporary west, ranch and rural life, still life, florals and Native American subjects.
Below are a few photographs of the event. Click on the first thumbnail to load a larger version and click through the remainder of the photographs.
For more information about the Women Artists of the West exhibit, here’s a link to a catalog of the show: https://user-erryoby.cld.bz/52nd-National-with-Awards-Listed.
For more information about the McBride Gallery, please visit their website at: http://www.mcbridegallery.com/