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Bill Koruna

Thanks to Bill Koruna for this photo.

Upcoming WAL Exhibits

WAL will have the following upcoming shows: Quest Center (December-January) and Inniswood (March). As there are different audiences for each show, you can enter a piece in multiple shows. Rick Heston makes the cards, so the presentation looks more professional. Be sure to read Judi's emails and follow her directions for each show. There are no commission fees involved if you sell a painting at either show. You must be a paid member to participate.


Spring Show Chairs;

Spring Show Committee Nancy Hoffman is the chair





Art Instruction by Members:

Ginny Baughman offers classes at the Westerville Community Center. To register, call 614-901-6500.

Judi Heston is teaching an adult watercolor class Contact Judi ( if you are interested in enrolling: Judi will be teaching adult watercolor class this summer at the Westerville Community Center on Wednesday mornings from 10:00am-12:00pm.


ARTS Alley info

Check out Arts in The Alley each Fourth Friday April-Septermber!

WAL arts alley

Kathryn Smithson table

Arts Alley at 4th Fridays:

WHAT: "Arts Alley" is a unique opportunity for the Westerville Art League to exhibit our art to the Westerville community. Arts Alley is the "visual arts area" of the larger event known as "4th Friday". As the name implies, every 4th Friday through the warm season, April - NOTE: this is an outdoor venue

WHERE: NEW location behind Westerville Automotive 31 East Main Street on Haywood Alley!

WHO: all members of WAL are encouraged to take advantage of this special opportunity to show our individual artistic creations with the Westerville community; if there are not enough WAL artists to use all available display space, we will invite non-WAL artists to display as well

WHY: why not? Displaying your art work at Arts Alley is fun, free, and easy! And, you'll be in the company of other very interesting and creative people- your fellow WAL artists (and maybe a few other artists as well)!

there is no fee for individual artists to exhibit at Arts Alley; the Arts Council of Westerville has generously paid the fees for the booth space we use to display our art for all 6 Arts Alley events
we have 4 tables for artists to use who display art that cannot be hung we have sturdy, aesthetically pleasing display panels for artists whose art can be hung; panels are large enough to accommodate up to 70 medium sized works of art
you need to bring you own chair artists are, of course, more than welcome to sell their art work; you may still display art that is "Not For Sale", if you choose electricity is available at a nearby electrical outlet; however, you will need to bring your own extension cords
there are no tents or shelters to protect your art from rain, should that occur; you will need to be prepared to cover and protect your own art work if necessary

HOW TO PARTICIPATE IN ARTS ALLEY: to better coordinate this event, and be sure we have adequate display space for artists, please be sure and contact John Cameron to reserve a spot at Arts Alley; you can reach John at: 614-282-1184and/or:



WesterFlora 2017

Westerflora, Susan Haas at 614-891-7386 or
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Other Art Organizations

Info on other organizations


The 2018 Art At The Arnold will take place March 2-4, 2018 at the Greater Columbus Convention Center. The deadline to enter is December 15, 2017. This is the Ultimate Artistic Workout. A three-day drawing, painting, and sculpture event, using the Arnold Sports Festival as a backdrop! For entry forms and more information visit: If you have questions, please email Pertain at

Upcoming workshops/classes from other artists

Cooley Studios From Michael Cooley: offering training in classical drawing and oil painting. The type of student we are seeking would be one interested in rigorous, serious structured training is classical realism, ages 18, adults and seniors, professional and non-professionals. We offer full and part-time atelier training as well as ongoing monthly classes. Our full and part-time study curriculum runs from Fall through Spring. We also offer Summer atelier classes and workshops. To find out more about the atelier program please click on this link ( or call 614-390-0488.



For anyone who is interested in becoming a member
of the Central Ohio Watercolor Society (COWS)

To become a member of the Central Ohio Watercolor Society (COWS) a current COWS member must submit a letter of recommendation to the chairperson of the membership committee, Bess Alexander, recommending you for membership. The membership committee shall select new members by viewing three (3) or more pieces of the applicant's work. The work should be in a white or neutral colored mat and our organization is only transparent watercolor. So that means no opaque paint including white watercolor paint is accepted.