From Our Artists

    • Title: Manantia
    • Artist: Laura Pereira
    • Media: Encaustic and oil on wood
    • Title: Maple Leaf
    • Artist: Lee Bruce
    • Media: Acrylic on canvas
    • Title: Always with Me
    • Artist: Debra Jean
    • Media: Photography
    • Title: Open
    • Artist: Kari Maxwell
    • Media: Pastel and Acrylic
    • Title: Birch and Spruce
    • Artist: Elizabeth Blair
    • Media: SLR Digital Photography
    • Title: Altercation Over Cheese
    • Artist: Jessie Lawson
    • Media: Acrylic on Canvas
    • Title: Anne
    • Artist: Anne Labovitz
    • Media: Mixed Media on Canvas
    • Title: Intersections
    • Artist: Judy Fawcett
    • Media: Oil on Canvas

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In the Night Garden, Paper Cut, Andrea Martin

 

The Women’s Art Resources of Minnesota (WARM) announces

WARM SMALL WORKS

All Member Show

May 17 to June 14, 2014

Opening Reception:

Tuesday, May 20, 6:30 to 8:30 pm

Banfill-Locke Center for the Arts

6666 East River Road

Fridley, MN 55432

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The Women’s Art Resources of Minnesota (WARM) is located in the Minneapolis/St.Paul area in Minnesota. We are a women’s art organization that serves Midwest women artists through a variety of programming. These include:

  • A Mentor Program that pairs emerging and professional women artists for two years and then exhibits the participants of the program at the end of the two year cycle.
  • A Mentor Intensive Program for short term mentor relationships.
  • Networking opportunities through WARM Conversations (formerly WARM Coffees), Fresh Art, and WARM Socials.
  • The WARM online registry which allows members to place an image and statement of their work.
  • Exhibition opportunities.
  • A thriving community of women artists in the Midwest.

 

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WARM: Where women artists connect, learn and thrive.