The Watertown Art Association stimulates and promotes the appreciation and practice of fine art in Watertown

Upcoming

Saturday, December 3 from 2-4 PM our creative Dream Team offers Holiday Make and Take Crafting. Catherine Campbell, Rita Smolinsky, Linda Falone and Dawn Evans Scaltreto join forces to lead participants in creating a variety of crafts to make and take as gifts to yourself or your loved ones!  Choices include a dazzling decoupage plate, artsy pendants and bookmarks, the always popular tiny paper boxes and butterfly or dragonfly pins to put inside them!  All materials and instructions will be provided and you will be able to take your crafts home with you.  This event is free and open to the public in the Innovation Space, Arsenal Project Mall, Old Navy Entrance.

 

Recent Events

On Saturday, November 5 oil painter Kristina Carroll presented a free, public demonstration of color mixing using Gambolin Oil Paints, from 2-4 PM at the Innovation Space in the Arsenal Project Mall.

 

Ruth Henry and guest Columbian artists came to the Arsenal Project to create art with WAA members as part of the MassPartners of the Americas week-long Open Studio.

 

Annual Members Exhibit
Saturday, April 30—Sunday, May 22, 2016
The Innovation Space, Arsenal Project
485 Arsenal Street, Watertown, MA

Programs supported in part by the Watertown Cultural Council
Massachusetts Cultural Council and The Arsenal Project.

 

Ed Wintner, Best in Show

Cairns on the Trail

Acrylic on canvas

 

Carol Bensiger, President’s Choice Award

Frida Quilt

 

Linda Strayhorn, First Place Watercolor

Sidewalk View

 

News from Members

Small Art, Big Fundraiser Join us as WAA members create tiny paintings to raise money for the Association.  See Dawn Scaltreto for a canvas you can paint and donate, and look for our “Mini” collection on display in the Innovation Space during the months of November and December.  Paintings will be sold for $20 each in December.

During the month of December the Brigham House Gallery displays oil paintings by Teddi Wise.  Open seven days a week at 341 Mt. Auburn Street, Watertown.

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This program is supported in part by a grant from the Watertown Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.