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National Association of Women Artists (NAWA) 132nd Annual Members Exhibition

Oct 16 Through Oct 23 | Sat |
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Contact: NAWA Office, 15 Gramercy Park South. Suite 301, New York, NY 10003 Email: | Phone: 646-461-0068 | Website:

Medal of Honor Award Winners from the 2020 131st NAWA Annual Members Exhibition L to R: Penny Brantley, Feeding Vincent. Kitchen at Van Gogh’s Asylum, St.-Paul-de-Mausole, St.-Remy-de-Provence, oil on canvas. Emily Christoff Flowers, Listening to David Bowie, pastel on paper. Carolyn McLeod, Shadows and Gingko Leaves, photograph. Penny Dell, Lime Spill, encaustic collage. Loretta Ana Kaufman, Double Monologues, The Celia Series, stoneware sculpture

National Association of Women Artists Announces 132nd Annual Members Exhibition

This historic Exhibition will be held in person at: One Art Space 23 Warren Street, (Tribeca), New York, NY 10007

and online at and

October 16 – 23, 2021 Limited in-person and Online Reception

October 21, 2021 from 6-9 pm Eventbrite ticket info will be posted on the NAWA website Over $10,000 in Awards will be selected by this prestigious panel of Jurors: Bonnie Lucas, Sheila Berger, and Midori Yoshimoto

NAWA members from across the United States will have their artwork on display. Original works will include all 2D mediums in Oils, Watercolors, Acrylics, Collage, Fiber Art, Digital, Photography and Mixed Media as well as Sculpture on pedestals and wall hanging sculptural & assemblage works. This is the much anticipated prestige art exhibition of the year for NAWA members to shine. All work is for sale in-person and online.

NAWA Established in 1889 by five women artists in a NYC studio, NAWA is the first women’s art organization in America. NAWA provides exhibition opportunities throughout the year and throughout the country for its members and collectors. • NAWA fosters public awareness & interest in the visual fine arts created by women across the US. • Promotes culture through exhibitions, education, scholarships & awards. • The NAWA Catalog is archived in over 10 high-profile institutions, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Museum of Modern Art, The Library of Congress, and more. • Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey holds a permanent collection of NAWA art. • NAWA has been supporting women artists since 1889. • Learn more about NAWA by visiting our website:

Venue: One Art Space

23 Warren Street Map