Wickford Art Exhibit: A is for…

Posted by WAA36BeachSt

Wickford Art Association (WAA) will launch the A is for… exhibit on Friday- April 9, 2021 at its North Kingstown beach-front gallery, just outside historic Wickford Village. An exhibit where ALL media was accepted with works representing styles/genres beginning with the letter “A”-- expect works that are Abstract, Avant-Garde, Arabesque, Architectural, Art Deco, Art Nouveau and MORE!

All submitted works were reviewed and juried for entry by Lee Chabot of Chabot Gallery, an e-commerce art gallery committed to promoting established and emerging artists in all genres. As an artist, Lee Chabot paints works for creative effect, from pleasing landscapes to wide-open ocean vistas and busy market squares and he has selected a superb collection of work for A is for… With hourly OPENING RECEPTIONS on Friday- April 9th beginning at 3pm, WAA welcomes up to 30 guests per hour and registration is available at: https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/5104043

The exhibit will be accessible in-gallery and through an online virtual gallery April 9 through May 2, 2021. More information is available at https://wickfordart.org/exhibits-2021/a-is-for/. Post-exhibit, selected works will be on display and available for sale at shop.wickfordart.org through early August.

For more information on individual exhibits or programs, please contact us, or visit wickfordart.org.  All programming is subject to change; all juried and judged exhibits will be featured through online virtual galleries as well as in-gallery hours (Wednesday through Saturday: noon to 4pm, Sunday: noon-3pm) at WAA’s beach-front North Kingstown home.

Event Dates
Sunday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday from Friday, April 9, 2021 through Sunday, May 2, 2021
Event time
12:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Cost / donation
FREE, donations accepted
Catherine Gagnon,

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