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Saturday, October 30, 2021

Video of Art Docent Tour - "The Power of Art - 110 Years in the Making"

 For those of you that missed the September program with the docent tour by Lorie Amick, the creator of the exhibit, "The Power of ARt - 110 Years in the Making," it was video taped.  Click on this link and you can enjoy the exhibit which will be open until November 28th.

Saturday, August 7, 2021

September Meeting

 The September 21, 7:00pm program will be in person at the Art Museum.

Lorie Amick and LaDonna Vohar have created an amazing exhibit of the Art Museum's permanent collection of paintings and sculptures called, 

The Power of Art:

One Hundred and Ten Years in the Making

  They will give us a personalized docent tour of the exhibit.  Check out the Art Museum website:

Friday, July 2, 2021

2021 WVAS Juried Show

 2021 WVAS Juried Show Award Winners

What a wonderful opening for the WVAS juried show. Thank you to all of the local artists who participated. You can see the exhibit the month of July, at Tippecanoe Arts Federation.
Best of Show - Rena Brouwer "Tree Top"
Ist Place Therese Lynch "Portrait of a YOung Woman"
2nd Place Pat Huffman "Man in Camo
3rd Place Kathryn Clark "Drought on the Whitewater
Goldstein Watercolor Award, Bill Knapp, "The Art Assistant"
Golden Award, Bobbi Smith "Plein Air France"
Honorable Mention, Nancy Hathaway "Hazelnuts"
Honorable Mention, Rebecca Brody "Possible Flurries
Honorable Mention, Marta Istok "Fresh Coconut Juice Anyone?"
Marta Istok - Honorable Mention

Rebecca Brody Honorable Mention

Nancy Hathaway Honorable Mention

Bobbi Smith Golden Paint Co. Award

Bill Knapp Goldstein Watercolor Award

Kathryn Clark 3rd Place

Pat Huffman 2nd Place

Therese Lynch 1st Place

Rena Brouwer Best of Show

Tuesday, June 8, 2021

Carol Strock Watson - June Guest Artist

 June 15, 7:00pm the WVAS will have another fascinating zoom program featuring guest artist, Carol Strock Watson.

Carol Strock Wasson PSA, AWA, CPP-M, IAPS-MC
Carol Strock Wasson a signature member of American Women Artists, Pastel Society of America and a Master Pastelist member of Chicago Pastel Painters. In 2019 she achieved Master Circle Status with International Pastel Societies.
She is focused on painting with spontaneity and freshness with primarily pastel medium and occasionally oil. Her dedication is evident in awards and entry into prestigious shows across the country. She received the Maggie Price Award at International Associations of Pastel Societies in 2017. Other shows include American Women Artists, Indiana Heritage Arts, Arts for Parks, Pastel Society of America, Chicago Pastel Society.
Carol’s work encompasses the genre of the rural area she lives in, focusing on color, shape, and design in the plein air tradition as well as in the studio. Though she is known mainly for her work in the pastel medium, she also works in oil, monotype prints and watercolor.
Carol is a featured artist in the three Painting Indiana Catalogs. She is a supporting member of numerous organizations locally and nationally.
Carol teaches online and works out of Strockwasson Studio at 317 N Columbia, Union
City, Indiana.
Indiana Artists Club
American Women Artists, Signature
Indiana Plein-Air Painters Association
Hoosier Salon
Pastel Society of America, Signature
American Impressionists Society
Chicago Pastel Painters, Master Pastelist
Women Artists of the West, Associate Member
International Association of Pastel Societies, Master Circle Status
Richmond Art Museum, Richmond Indiana
Indiana Heritage Arts, Nashville Indiana
Indiana State Museum, Indianapolis Indiana
Art Museum of Greater Lafayette, Lafayette, Indiana
Carol Strock Wasson PSA, AWA, CPP-M, IAPS-MC
PM for the zoom link.

Monday, April 5, 2021

Marilynne Bradley Guest Artist for April 20th Program

 April program is guest artist, Marilynne Bradley from St. Louis. Tuesday evening, April 20th , 7:00pm. PM for a zoom link. Marilynne Bradley has produced numerous series of paintings including the Katy Trail, Santa Fe Trail, Paris, Tahiti, and St. Louis Landmarks. She is always working on a new body of work and experimenting with color. Design and vibrant colors dominate the perception of her compositions. To her, painting requires endless change, experimentation, and variation both in content and technique. Each painting is an effort to explore the subject from a different viewpoint, allowing a personal statement for each work of art. Check out her web site:

Wednesday, March 3, 2021

Rena Brouwer - Guest Artist for March WVAS Program


A program of play and design!  Rena will be doing several demos to help “jump start” the creative process and define approach and painting design.  Once the demos are complete she will have a short Q & A session and then will challenge participants to use this creative approach on their own and submit their work for viewing at the May meeting.  Also, any work you’ve created after viewing Rena’s creative approaches, can also be shared during a “show and share” and gentle critique at the 5/18/21 meeting.

Private Message to get the zoom link.