WSA Exhibiting Members, Yvonne Unger and Nancy Present-Van Broekhoven are exhibiting their artwork in the Wakelin Room of the Wellesley Free Library during September. The show, “Nature, Naturally” features their work in watercolor. The artists’ reception will take place on September 23rd from 2-4pm in the Wakelin Room. The reception is open to the public.
WSA Exhibiting Member, Deborah Friedman, received one of six juror awards for her drawing “Heart Line” in the Attleboro Art Museum’s National Juried Exhibition “Line,” up from June 15-July 15, 2017. There were 1,000 entries from 22 states in the US, and 100 pieces were selected for the exhibition.
Also, Deborah’s drawing “Angle of Repose” has been awarded Second Place in the 2017 Connecticut Academy of Fine Arts 106th Annual Juried Exhibition, currently up at the Mystic Museum of Art in Mystic, CT from June 16 – July 29, 2017.
WSA Member Artist Eddie Bruckner’s Fenway PaintBox was completed in May 2017 and is located just steps away from Boston’s Fenway Park at the corner of Boylston St. and Yawkey Way (near Tasty Burger). Sponsored by the City of Boston and the Boston Art Commission, Eddie’s PaintBox features images of Boston’s Citgo Sign, the MBTA, the State House, the Prudential Tower, and the Zakim Bridge.
Eddie recently completed his latest public art installation, “Natick Pride & The Boston Marathon,” located in Natick, MA. The painted electrical utility box was completed in September 2017 and is located a few blocks from the Natick Town Common at the corner of East Central Avenue and Dewey St on the Boston Marathon Route. Commissioned by the Natick Center Cultural District and the Public Art Committee with funding from the Massachusetts Cultural Council, Eddie’s public art installation features a Boston Marathon Theme and emphasizes Natick Pride. A video highlighting the making of the public art project is available on Eddie Bruckner’s YouTube Channel.