‘Land, Sea, & Sky’ Exhibit


Wickford Art Association is thrilled to present ‘Land, Sea, & Sky’: an exhibit open to all media. The gallery welcomes Rachel Vogel, PhDas juror to curate the exhibit collection and distribute awards. She is the Assistant Curator of the Addison Gallery in Massachusetts.

This exhibit in North Kingstown, Rhode Island begins Friday May 24, 2024 and will be open through Sunday June 23, 2024. Artists featured in this exhibit were inspired by elements of the natural world to create reflections and interpretations blended with their unique creative voices. The pieces bring the gallery to life and offer windows to serene and turbulent scapes - of land, sea and sky.

We are excited to open our doors for the opening reception on Friday, May 24, from 5-7pm. During the reception visitors will have opportunities to enjoy light refreshments, engage in conversations with fellow art enthusiasts, and connect with the talented artists. Awards will be announced at 6pm. You are invited to visit the gallery and explore the artworks on display!

Admission to the gallery, located at 36 Beach Street, North Kingstown, RI is always free and open to the public. Our regular gallery hours are 12pm-4pm Wednesday-Saturday and 12pm-3pm on Sundays.

For more information about this 501(c)3 non-profit charitable organization, visit the website at wickfordart.org.

There you will find calls for art, upcoming exhibits, and art classes for children, teens, and adults alike. Contact the gallery at (401) 294-6840 or email wickfordartassociation@gmail.com to learn more.

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