Quiet Waters Park Willow Gallery features Working Artists Forum
ANNAPOLIS — On Feb. 15, members of The Working Artists Forum will open “Synergies,” at the Willow Gallery of Quiet Waters Park in Annapolis. “Synergies” — two or more things working together to create something that is greater than the sum of their individual efforts — defines The Working Artists Forum and this Quiet Waters Show. Visitors to the Willow Gallery are invited to view original works of art created from the various perspectives of the members of WAF, a juried organization of professional working artists predominantly from the Eastern Shore.
WAF members represent all fine art mediums ranging from watercolor, acr ylic and oil to pastel, printmaking and mixed media. Each month, members of WAF meet at the Academy Art Museum in Easton for group critiques, demonstrations and technical discussions. As a nonprofit organization, an important goal is to do pro-bono work within the community, including yearly donations to art classes in area schools.
“Synergies” opens at Willow Gallery on Feb. 15 and runs through April 2. The Willow Gallery is in the Visitor’s Center of Quiet Waters Park, 600 Quiet Waters Park Road, Annapolis, and is open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays (closed Tuesday) and weekends from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. An entrance fee to the park is $6 per vehicle.
For more information about WAF and to see the individual works of the artists, visit the website www.workingartistsforum. com.
Snow Shadow, Anne McLaughlin, reduction woodcut