2021 Spring Juried Show, “Reflection”
April 13, 2021 – July 16, 2021
at the Women Painters of Washington Gallery
Show Theme and Title: “Reflection”
“Time spent in self-reflection is never wasted – it is an intimate date with yourself.”
Paul TP Wong, Clinical Psychologist and professor
The “Reflection” show is the final WPW 90th anniversary gallery show which was postponed due to the pandemic. This will be a WPW members show. Members are invited to submit a minimum of two and a maximum of three paintings. At least one painting is guaranteed to be accepted to the show.
January 10th thru February 10th
Acceptance of submissions
February 10th midnight
Deadline for entry
Notification of acceptance to artists
Delivery of paintings
Pick up Paintings
David Martin is Curator for Cascadia Art Museum and is the leading authority on early Washington State art and artists. He pioneered the study of women and minority artists in the Northwest and has written and co-written numerous publications documenting the regional artists of Washington State. Martin contributes essays and catalogue entries for national and international publications on painting, printmaking and photography and has lectured internationally.
For three years he served as the regional President of the Northwest Chapter of the National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, D.C. and received an Honorary Doctorate in Fine Arts from Cornish College of the Arts in 2017.
Martin is an Honorary Member of Women Painters of Washington, the only man to have received this honor. He is the author of An Enduring Legacy: Women Painters of Washington.
This is a portrait of David Martin by Yvonne Twining Humber (1907-2004), an important WPW member. It was painted around 1995