Mary selected 60 paintings for the Exhibition from the 104 submitted. Congratulations to all of the artists. Our co-chairs of the Exhibition Committee, Janet Ide and Martha Rogala, emailed all notifications to submitting artists on March 15, 2023. Check your email inbox and spam, junk, and whatever other similar boxes you may have. If you do not see your email, contact Janet at firstname.lastname@example.org or Martha at email@example.com.
The paintings selected will be posted on our website on May 3, 2023, the same day that the Exhibition opens at the Carnegie Art Center.
Again, Congratulations! We can be proud of our artists. It promises to be a beautiful show.
Here is a direct link to the Call for Work page where you can find a link to the Prospectus, and you can submit your paintings on line. Good luck everyone!
Mary Whyte is NFWS’ Spring Workshop Artist, in person! Here is a link to more information about the workshop, The Best of Portrait and Figure with Mary Whyte.
Submit your paintings online through the Call for Work Page. Go to Exhibits on the NFWS page Menu, or here’s the link Call for Work.
Read about this Workshop, and access the Registration Document on our Calendar event page. Here is a link to our Event Page for the Workshop:
Here is a link to the event page for Tom Francesconi’s 4 pm demonstration:
February 16th Members Meeting and Demonstration by Tom Francesconi
Click here for the Prospectus:
This Exhibition will be on view from May 3 – 26, 2023 at the Carnegie Art Center, 240 Goundry St., North Tonawanda, New York.
The Exhibition Juror and Judge of Awards is renowned artist and cherished teacher Mary Whyte, our NFWS Spring Workshop Artist.
“In my studio I have a small plaque that reads, “The most beautiful things in life cannot be touched.” It was a gift from my friend Georgeanna, and a constant reminder of what it is we artists try to express. It is not the days we remember in our lives but the small moments.” Mary Whyte, An Artist’s Way of Seeing.