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In the Kansas City area? Check out this exhibition featuring the work of 2020 WCA Lifetime Achievement Honoree Judy Onofrio
Pictured: Pure Cream, 36”h x 50”w 11 1/2”d, 2021
Now on view at Sherry Leedy Contemporary Art
sherryleedy.com/main/exhibitions/
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In the Kansas City area? Check out this exhibition featuring the work of 2020 WCA Lifetime Achievement Honoree Judy Onofrio
Pictured: Pure Cream, 36”h x 50”w 11 1/2”d, 2021
Now on view at Sherry Leedy Contemporary Art 
https://sherryleedy.com/main/exhibitions/

READ ARTLINES SUMMER 2021 ISSUE ONLINE

“I have a proposition to make, that now is the time to be slow.”
-Rachel Epp Buller, Editor of Artlines Summer 2021 Issue

Members by now would’ve received the print edition of Artlines Summer 2021 Issue and you can read it online too: nationalwca.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/08/Artlines_Sum-2021.pdf

Cover design/image by Binna Kim
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READ ARTLINES SUMMER 2021 ISSUE ONLINE

“I have a proposition to make, that now is the time to be slow.”
-Rachel Epp Buller, Editor of Artlines Summer 2021 Issue

Members by now would’ve received the print edition of Artlines Summer 2021 Issue and you can read it online too: https://nationalwca.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/08/Artlines_Sum-2021.pdf

Cover design/image by Binna Kim

The National Women’s Caucus for Art invites members and non members to submit to our 50th anniversary conference show, ‘Occupy the Moment, Intersect History with Impact’ juried by Dr. Maura Reilly!!

Submissions are due September 30th, 2021.

Details and submission on entrythingy: www.entrythingy.com/d=nationalwca.org?start=list

The 2022 Conference and exhibit will be held in Chicago, IL in February.
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The National Women’s Caucus for Art invites members and non members to submit to our 50th anniversary conference show, ‘Occupy the Moment, Intersect History with Impact’ juried by Dr. Maura Reilly!!

Submissions are due September 30th, 2021.

Details and submission on entrythingy: www.entrythingy.com/d=nationalwca.org?start=list

The 2022 Conference and exhibit will be held in Chicago, IL in February.
... See MoreSee Less

The National Women’s Caucus for Art invites members and non members to submit to our 50th anniversary conference show, ‘Occupy the Moment, Intersect History with Impact’ juried by Dr. Maura Reilly!!

Submissions are due September 30th, 2021.

Details and submission on entrythingy: https://www.entrythingy.com/d=nationalwca.org?start=list

The 2022 Conference and exhibit will be held in Chicago, IL in February.

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Pay artists for work, it isnt free.

In memory of Kristin Osgood Lamelas and in honor of Latinx History Month.



Kristin Osgood Lamelas is a Philadelphia born artist, currently living in New Jersey. She donated a kidney to her father in 2011. Since then, her mixed-media paintings reference aerial views of specific landscapes and images of cells from her own body. In her most recent work, she is exploring the issue of how environmental toxins and climate change affect her body and the earth.

Lamelas holds an MFA and a BFA from Moore College of Art and Design and an Art Education certification from Rowan University. She has traveled extensively and has studied classical painting at the Florence Academy of Art, Laguna College of Art, Studio Incamminati, Pennsylvania Academy of Art and SACI.

Lamelas worked as a Graphic Design and Photography teacher in New Jersey for the past 18 years and was President of the Women's Caucus for Art for three years. She revived the chapter and curated and hosted numerous exhibitions including "Old Enough to Know Better" which was juried by Eileen Neff and Diane Burko. Lamelas is a member of CAA, InLiquid, DVAA, and CFEVA

Lamelas passed away on March 12, 2021. Read her obituary here: mcgfuneral.com/tribute/details/209897/Kristin-Lamelas/obituary.html

You can see Lamelas' artwork on the WCA homepage at nationalwca.org and on her website at www.kristinosgood.com
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In memory of Kristin Osgood Lamelas and in honor of Latinx History Month.



Kristin Osgood Lamelas is a Philadelphia born artist, currently living in New Jersey. She donated a kidney to her father in 2011. Since then, her mixed-media paintings reference aerial views of specific landscapes and images of cells from her own body. In her most recent work, she is exploring the issue of how environmental toxins and climate change affect her body and the earth. 

Lamelas holds an MFA and a BFA from Moore College of Art and Design and an Art Education certification from Rowan University. She has traveled extensively and has studied classical painting at the Florence Academy of Art, Laguna College of Art, Studio Incamminati, Pennsylvania Academy of Art and SACI. 

Lamelas worked as a Graphic Design and Photography teacher in New Jersey for the past 18 years and was President of the Womens Caucus for Art for three years. She revived the chapter and curated and hosted numerous exhibitions including Old Enough to Know Better which was juried by Eileen Neff and Diane Burko. Lamelas is a member of CAA, InLiquid, DVAA, and CFEVA

Lamelas passed away on March 12, 2021. Read her obituary here: https://mcgfuneral.com/tribute/details/209897/Kristin-Lamelas/obituary.html

You can see Lamelas artwork on the WCA homepage at nationalwca.org and on her website at www.kristinosgood.com
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