Works by 10 women artists are on display at two locations of the
Flushing Bank in NYC and Brooklyn NY.
NAWA, The National Association of Women Artists is pleased to show works created by ten Signature members who were juried into this exhibition. Five artworks are on view at each of the locations through March 31st, 2023
It’s a Colorful Life! Color is often used to enhance our environments, evoke a mood or create a response in the viewer. The National Association of Women Artists and Flushing Bank present an exhibition of art that uses color to positively influence productivity, creativity, and mood.
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NAWA, The National Association of Women Artists was established in 1889 by five women artists in their NYC studio. At the time of its founding, it was the first women’s art organization in this county. Its mission was and continues to be, to raise public awareness and interest in the visual fine art created by women in the United States.
NAWA provides exhibition opportunities throughout the year and throughout the country for its members and promotes culture through events, education, scholarships & awards.
The NAWA Catalog is archived in over 10 high-profile institutions, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art, The Library of Congress, and more. In addition The Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey holds a permanent collection of NAWA art.
To learn more about the National Association of Women Artists, or to learn how to apply for membership, we encourage you to visit: http://theNAWA.org/
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