The Wilmington Art Association is a non-profit organization that provides opportunities for area visual artists to gain community recognition through shows and exhibitions. It offers a forum wherein artists, local craftsmen, and people interested in the visual arts can exchange ideas, learn from each other, and contribute to the community. It provides educational programs, demonstrations, and lectures, which will lead to better public understanding and appreciation of visual arts.
WAA 2016 NHC High School Student Art Competition
The WAA Community Outreach Program will sponsored the 2016 NHC High School Student Art Competition in conjunction with the Orange Street Art Fest during the Memorial Day Weekend. Area high schools choose 15 of their best students' work in 2D and 3D Visual Art. These works are entered into the art competition at the Hannah Block Center. The winners will be announced at the reception on Thursday, May 26 from 5-7 p.m. at the Hannah Block Community Center on 2nd and Orange. The public is invited. Work will be on view the weekend of May 27 - 28.
|Ampersand Art||Anonymous||Kay Ballard||RayMar Art|
|Canson Paper||Golden Artist Colors, Inc.||Virginia & Wilson Bardy||Agnes Beane|
|Betty Brown||Roger & Sara Cates||Elaine Cooper||Sharon & Robert Drennan|
|Buffy Frank||Paul & Liz Hosier||Landfall Foundation||Anthony and Ann Lees|
|Ronald & Diane McCord||Jim Heckethorn||Dianne & Bill Logan||Geoffery & Georgia Newton|
|D.W. Wilson||Tom & LeAnn Stoddart||Gayle Van Velsor||Bonnie & John Wendt|
|Royal & Langnickel||Jessica Edwards and Associates||Hannah Block Historical USO||Rippy Cadillac|
|Tinga Nursey||Carolina Printing of Wilmington|
Kay Bilisoly's How'd She Do That? wins Poster Art Contest
The Wilmington Art Association and 34th Annual Juried Spring Art Show and Sale Committee are delighted to announce that Kay Bilisoly's How'd She Do That? has won the Poster Art Contest. This beautiful artwork will be used for Show publicity and printed materials, and will be for sale at the Show in April.