American Women Artists - Daniela Werneck (b. 1974),
Daniela Werneck (b. 1974), "Let the Light In," 2024, watercolor on paper, 24 x 18 in.

American Women Artists
Tubac Center of the Arts
Tubac, Arizona
On view through April 14, 2024

The nonprofit organization American Women Artists is collaborating with the Tubac Center of the Arts to exhibit more than 50 paintings and sculptures created by its Master Signature and Heritage members. (The latter are individuals who have been instrumental in AWA’s evolution.)

The confirmed participants include Ellen Buselli, Sandy Delehanty, Carmen Drake, Christine Drewyer, Sharon Fullingim, Lisa Gleim, Linda Glover Gooch, Dyana Hesson, Laurie Kersey, Kirsten Kokkin, Laney, Diane Mason, Sally Maxwell, Elizabeth Pollie, Rosetta, Carol Swinney, Daniela Werneck, and Liz Wolf. All works will be for sale.

On March 1, the exhibition will kick off with an opening reception and awards ceremony, during which juror Christine C. Brindza, who is curator of art of the American West at the Tucson Museum of Art, will announce her selections, including Best of Show, which carries a $1,000 prize.

Launched more than 30 years ago, AWA is dedicated to inspiring, celebrating, and encouraging women in the visual arts. Its “25 in 25” juried exhibition initiative highlights its members and has sparked a meaningful dialogue about the drive toward gender equity in museum shows nationwide.

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