National Association of Women Artists 130th Anniversary Exhibition: Wall Sculpture

Center for Contemporary Art NAWA
“Cool White” by Harriet FeBland

Center for Contemporary Art
2020 Burnt Mills Road
Bedminster, NJ  07921
January 11-March 2, 2019
Opening Reception January 12, 3-5pm

Get inspired.

The Center for Contemporary Art is hosting an exhibition of sculptural works. What makes this one a little different? The sculptures you’ll see here are all completed by women and will all be mounted on the wall.

On display you’ll see works from four artists who will have completely different methods of breathtaking sculpting.

Natsuki Takauji specializes in welding, showing balance in her elements.

Maureen Kelleher utilizes wooden structures to tell stories, frequently depicting African-American history.

Danielle Frankenthal combines painting and sculpture with lots of rigid layers.

Harriet FeBland frequently uses plastic and formica in her work, producing an array of imagery that ranges from bold to subtle.

Read the statement from Curator Jeffrey Wechsler for even more details about the event and the artists.

About the National Association of Women Artists

The National Association of Women Artists (NAWA) is the oldest women’s fine art organization in the country. This community of professional women artists supports and empowers its members and women artists at large through exhibitions, programs, and education. Visit their website for more information.