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Fresh from the Studio

Fresh from the Studio invites W&TW artist members to share what they are working on now with you! In this virtual format, artists will share work in progress, newly finished… Read More »

Mihee Nahm

Mihee Nahm’s exhibition Soaked includes paintings and drawings depicting detailed glimpses of landscapes she encounters on her daily walks. Nahm captures a sense of poignancy found in nature on rainy days and at night, evoking… Read More »

Workshop: Painting with Textiles

1-2:30 pm Join Walk the Sky artist Bumin Kim for a fun afternoon creating patterns with found textiles. Materials provided by Women & Their Work. Admission is free, but space is… Read More »

TalkAbout: Surface

Join us for a conversation in the gallery about Surface with artist Meg Aubrey and special guests Erika Huddleston, Marta Lee, Naomi Schlinke and Sydney Yeager. The talk will be… Read More »

Meg Aubrey

Meg Aubrey’s candy colored palette belies the loneliness, disquiet, and isolation she renders in her paintings of upscale suburban life. Manicured lawns in tree-lined neighborhoods imply a domestic ideal of… Read More »

Laura Lit

In her exhibition, Where You End and I Begin, Laura Lit creates portraits that capture the likeness, specific expression, and telling moments of her subjects. This series of oil paintings… Read More »

Judy Jensen: Artist Talk

  Since late 2012, Judy Jensen has been making and donating reverse paintings on glass to a Buddhist temple, Wat Chong Klang, in Thailand, to replace 19th-century Burmese glass paintings… Read More »

Living in the Landscape

  Join us on Wednesday, March 4th, from 7pm to 8:30pm for a panel discussion where we will consider the impact of the built environment on the way we perceive… Read More »

Sara Frantz

Sara Frantz’s recent work explores the contemporary built environment once-removed. Her subjects tend toward the anonymous and ubiquitous: standard commercial buildings, often ornamented with eye-catching architectural “flair”, are carefully framed… Read More »