WCAA Main Street Gallery

959 Main St. Honesdale PA   2nd floor
Thurs – Sat  11am – 4pm

Masked / unMasked

Living and surviving in this historic time of a pandemic has changed each of our lives in ways that we have only just begun to understand.    Artists in the past have significantly contributed to and helped shape historic moments of change.

The overall theme of the 2021 exhibition calendar for the WCAA Main Street Gallery of ‘Masked / UnMasked’ is meant to offer the arts community their own ‘unmasking’ of personal work and how it may have been altered or even changed altogether by self -isolation, mask wearing and the absence of social engagement.    We have assembled a calendar for the full exhibition year to encourage and inspire the contemplation of new work from the WCAA members.

Opening March 5  * HOME

How do you define ‘home’ as an artist in the age of a pandemic?

Opening May 14   *SELF PORTRAITS

Seeing yourself as the world around us changes.

Opening June 11   *OFF THE WALL Exhibition

 

Opening July 9  *HORIZONS

An artist’s interpretation of horizons whether in nature or new possibilities in personal exploration.   

Opening September 10   *STORY

An artist’s pursuit of narrative or illustrative work reflecting personal stories of past, present and future.  A story can be reflected in myth or imagination.  

Opening October 8  *SHADOWS

What lurks in the shadow of an artist’s imagination?

December   *TBA – possible ART-UNDER-$100 HOLIDAY ART SALE

“HOME”

Our Next Exhibit will open March 5, 2021.

The Gallery will be open to the public from Thursdays-Saturdays from 11AM to 4PM. Face masks are required.

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HOME

The Wayne County Arts Alliance is pleased to announce “HOME; An artist’s response to selfisolation” for the first exhibition of 2021. The exhibit opens on March 5
at their Main Street
Gallery located at 959 Main Street (upstairs from Missing Pieces) in Honesdale, PA. Gallery hours
are Thursday through Saturday, 11:00 am to 4:00 pm. Masks and social distancing are
required.
Artists of all ages have significantly contributed to historic moments of change in the past. Living
and surviving in this historic time of a pandemic, WCAA has encouraged the arts community to
respond through the visual arts.

For more information, contact us at WCAAmaingallery@gmail.com