The jewel in our 2015 crown was our Gallery of Gifts Show and Sale held at the Dorchester Center for the Arts from mid-November  through the end of the year. We invited guest artists to join us in creating  unique, original art priced for gift-giving. And what a show and sale we had!

At Showcase in September, we helped more than 100 visitors to make unique, colorful, showy paper hats. Their smiles tell the whole story. What a fun day.

In August, we invited the Friday Morning Artists of Easton to join us for an Artist Get-Together. We shared our art, our friendship and food.

We exhibit and show our art

WT Hunt Insurance Company at 436 Race Street in Cambridge generously hosts our permanent exhibit and sale.  Heidi Wetzel has shown her basketry, and both Anne Allbeury Hock and Deborah Coffin Kennedy have exhibited oil paintings.

And we once again created those attention-getting windows for the Dorchester Center for the Arts.  Most were the brain children of Carol Feierabend.

We had lots of visitors and visits this year

Here's our April Art Forum: Jack Gray showed his watercolor painting, Deborah Kennedy showed her travel sketchbooks and a souvenir, Janette Jones showed her glass jewelry made under the tutelage of Paul Winters, Paul showed his glass cross, and Heidi Wetzel showed her "funky" mini-baskets.

In April, we had a very large, diversified exhibit and sale at The Annex in Easton, MD. This photo shows only a very small part of it.

2015 has been another wonderful Wednesday Morning Artists year!

And we again helped to stage the Cambridge event that is a part of Plein Air Easton.

We talk about and show our art to each other 

We work to beautify our community

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Updated December 15, 2018

In October, some of us took a trip to the Phillips Art Museum in Washington DC.  Here are two Wednesday Morning Artists contemplating Renoir's Luncheon of the Boating Party. What an amazing place.

In August, some of us took a trip to the Walters Art Museum in Baltimore. The exhibits were awe-inspiring. Here is Anne in front of one of the very special (and big) pieces.