Now in the Gallery
The Natural Muse
Joy Kreves, juror
March 13 – May 6, 2017
Opening Reception Sunday March 19, 4 – 6 pm
For this exhibition members of the West Windsor Arts Council were encouraged to submit artwork from all mediums inspired by and focused on our connection to nature using one or more of our senses of sight, smell, taste, touch, and sound. Members’ artwork was selected by juror Joy Kreves, a mixed media artist who explores the connections between language, psychology and landscape.
Best in Show Award: Boulder Dancer by Scot J. Wittman (pictured right)
Second Place: Birth by Bill Plank
Third Place: Variegated Dahlia by Helene Plank
May 8 through June 24, 2017. Reception: May 21, 2017, 4-6pm.
The Dharma in the 21st Century exhibition features works of artists on the Indian diaspora and will raise funds to support the Clean Ganga Fund. It is by invitation only.
One-day only! Saturday May 6th, 4-6pm with an artist’s talk at 4:30pm.
CRAVING NATURE- The Feast is is an exhibition premiere of Joy Kreves’ art installation project, a series of creative participatory events that will include some actual dinners. Registration is required.
June 26 through September 9, 2017
The Generation Next focuses on the artists and art of comic books, graphic novels, gaming art, and more. This will be an open call.
September 11 through November 4, 2017
The STEAM Series: Technology and Art is the second in a series of exhibitions relating to STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math). This will be an open call.
November 6, 2017 through January 6, 2018.
Off the Wall, our annual affordable art exhibition and sale. This will be an open call for art.
Sunday, November 12, 2017.
Drawing an audience from the greater Princeton area, it is a great place to sell your work. This will be an open call to Artisans.
About Exhibitions at WWAC
The West Windsor Arts Center (WWAC) establishes a calendar of exhibits that draws on emerging and established local and regional artists and beyond that reflects the diverse ethnic makeup of our community. The WWAC Exhibition Committee selects themes based on media, community interest, tie-ins to cultural events and educational value.
The six exhibits we present each year focus on high artistic quality art that showcases diverse multicultural themes and genres. For each exhibit the committee selects a juror from notable regional art educators, professional artists and museum/gallery directors, who choose works consistent with their standards of excellence and our artistic selection criteria.
Criteria for selecting artwork to exhibit at WWAC:
- Competent use of media and artistic technical skill
- Artistic sensitivity and emotional impact
- Creative and innovative work to educate the public
- Wall appeal to attract the public
- Relevance to show theme (if applicable)