WIA General Meeting 2016

Women in Art’s General meeting was held on Saturday 7th May, 2016 where the immediate past president Mrs.

WIA General Meeting 2012

In its Sixteenth year, this organization held its election of officers, who were unanimously voted into their

Raffle Results of WIA fund raising 2010

Raffle Results of the Women In Art Organisation fund raising 2010 for the following projects; The Biennial Art

Paint, the Sky is the Limit ~ In Unity there is Strength

Member Art

Beauty of the Night

Beauty of the Night, oil pastel on pastel paper. 25″ x 20″ Pamela Frection, an artist of Trinidadian origin, was born in 1956 in

Misty Ridge

Misty Ridge Farm House – Santa Cruz, oil. 30″ x 39″ My affinity for old houses (especially those with unique and character-rich

Calm Reflection

Calm Reflection, Acrylic, 27″ x 20″ My Art is my sweet escape from a very troubled world. It is my heaven, my sanctuary; it is the

Sea of Uncertainty

Sea of Uncertainty. Acrylic and ink. 20 in x 15 in. My medium is my trusty pen and colour pencil, which I use to create designs based on poems


Hibiscus, fine silk batik, 9″ x 36″ As the Creative Director of Aarean Designs, her artwork is based on fine silk batik and other

Nature’s Reflection

Nature’s Reflections, water-based medium on canvas. 21″ x 28.75″ My school years were short lived, though I was always pulled

The Tree of Life

The Tree of Life, acrylic on canvas. 22″ x 18″ After retirement, Virginia plunged fully into Art. In December 2005, she completed a

At the Botanic Garden

Acrylics – At the Botanic Garden -10″x14″ Egyptian by birth but universal in heart, I am never without a sketchbook in hand,

Beyond the Human Eye

Beyond the Human Eye, acrylic. 12″ x 9″ Krimhilde’s keen spiritual eye (3rd eye) allows her to explore these strange worlds in


Captivated; Acrylic on Canvas by Denise Anderson

Pan in Blue

Pan in Blue, mixed media. 24 ” x 24″ “…in this wonderful new age, art is worship.  The more thou strivest to perfect it, the closer

Cactus II

Cactus II, chalk pastel. 4.25″ x 5.25″ Marrissa C. Richards attended Bishop Anstey High School, and thereafter entered the teaching