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“Eclectic”, A Multi Media Art Exhibition Presented by NAWA

 The members of NAWA, The National Association of Women Artists will present “Eclectic”, A Multi Media Art Exhibition at the Armory Art Center opening on February 8th.  The event is open to the public, but more importantly, it will be an opportunity to meet the NAWA Scholarship winners from the Dryfoos School of Art in West Palm Beach.  NAWA, an organization founded so long ago shows its true colors by nurturing the artists of today and tomorrow. The Rickie Report is proud to be announcing this event and hopes you will attend.


The National Association of Women Artists, Inc.

 Florida Chapter


“Eclectic”, A Multi Media Art Exhibition

At the East and Greenfield Galleries of the Armory Art Center

 1700 Parker Avenue, West Palm Beach, Florida, 33401.

Show runs from Friday, February 8 – Saturday March 16, 2013


The public is invited to a reception

February 8, 2012 from 6 – 8 pm

 Exhibit is open Mon-Fri 10 -4, Saturday 10 – 2 and is Closed on Sunday

During the reception on February 8th, the NAWA/Florida Chapter will present Art Scholarships to talented female art students from the Dryfoos School of Art in West Palm beach, FL.  

“Shoreline” by Cohen

Scholarship winners’ art will be exhibited along with NAWA members at the Armory Art Center.

“The Fighter” by Andre

The National Association Of Women Artists Inc. is the oldest professional women artists association in the United States. The Florida Chapter is the only regional chapter in the country. Its  artists work is juried into the organization at headquarters in New York City. 


“Her Nature” by Lublinski

For more information please contact  Show Chair, Bernice Harwood at  561-736-9720 or


“Red Desert” by Saitlin


” The purpose of the Association is to promote culture and education in the visual arts through exhibitions of its members’ works, lectures, art demonstrations, scholarships, awards and other educational programs. Association shall foster public awareness of and interest in works of art with emphases on fine art created by women. It will encourage new emerging artists through all appropriate means”

“Majestic” by Staub


On January 6, 1995, the first and only chapter of this prestigious art association was founded in Florida by Liana Moonie, of Palm Beach and Connecticut, a past president of National, along with Madeline Weiss, of West Palm Beach, the first local president of N.A.W.A. Florida Chapter. The Florida Chapter carries out the mission of the National Association of Women Artists, Inc. with regional exhibitions, seminars and other educational activities as well as sponsoring annual scholarships for talented High School art students toward the college of their choice.

“Woodland” by Harwood

Our exhibition venues have included the Armory Art Center, Northwood University, and Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens in West Palm Beach, Coral Springs Museum of Art, Gardensart at Palm Beach Gardens City Hall, The Cornell Museum of Art and History, Delray Beach, the Capital Building Gallery in Tallahassee and various Northern Trust Banks throughout the state.

“The Pen Is Mightier” by Fishenfeld

For further information, email NAWA Headquarters at or Anica Shpilberg, NAWA/FL Membership- or check out their website:

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