Art page
The Gallery at Woods

college for working artists forum

October 22 - November 20, 2017
Featuring the Artwork of Working Artist Forum

About this Exhibit 

The Working Artist Forum (WAF) started meeting in Easton, Maryland in 1979 and became a not-for-profit corporation May 20,1991. Since 1979, WAF has been a juried organization of working professional artists from diverse backgrounds and geographic locations, who meet monthly at the Academy Art Museum in Easton, Maryland for demonstrations, group critiques and lively discussions. Membership has grown from 13 orginal charter members to over 90 members today. WAF members actively show their work on the Eastern and Western Shores, separately and together, and have artwork in private and corporate collections throughout the United States and internationally. Although members have received numerous awards and prizes in countless competitions and shows, a strong interest remains in pro bono work for the community, and donations are made each year to the art classes in our area schools. For more information, visit WAF's website: www.workingartistsforum.com or Facebook.


The Art Ministry

The Woods Art Ministry was created out of the conviction that the arts have an important role to play in the life of the church. Throughout history, the arts have been one of the significant ways that people express and understand religious truth.

The Art Ministry is responsible for art exhibits in the Wood Gallery and, from time to time, offers programs and resources related to the visual arts. These have included workshops, field trips and tours to view significant art, as well as providing visual arts for use in worship (banners, projected images, etc.)