Wednesday, September 28, 2016

2016 Wellesley Studio Tour

2016 Wellesley Studio Tour
Please mark your calendar for our largest studio tour yet - 
16 artists in 6 locations.

All are welcome to attend the opening reception on Saturday, October 22nd from 5:30-8:00pm at 161 Oakland Street, Wellesley. Guests will see a sampling of all participating artist’s work and get a chance to meet the artists and chat about their inspirations and process.

On Sunday, October 23rd, from 12-5pm all 6 home studio locations are open to all. We encourage you to find a friend or two and make a day of exploring each studio. All participating artists are part of the Wellesley Women Artisans, and are dedicated to bringing more art to our beautiful town.

Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Art in the Park 2016

Thank you so much for joining us this year for Art in the Park.

It was our biggest event ever. So many people from our community came out to share the joys of making art together. The result was a big and beautiful installation of individual collages that now sways in the wind like a wind chime.
The installation will be up for a few more days until we move the collages to the adjacent Wellesley Free Library.

Wednesday, May 4, 2016

Art in the Park

Art in the Park
join us for the forth time to create and make art together as a community!

Art in the Park inspires people of all ages to make art including drawings, paintings, weavings and more. Wellesley Women Artisans started the free annual event with the idea of building community while tapping into Wellesley’s creative side. At last year’s “Neighbors Drawing Neighbors” event some participants said that they hadn’t taken time out to draw in decades! All materials are provided at the event and the community’s finished art piece remains on view for weeks. This year’s project will take place during Wellesley’s Wonderful Weekend on Saturday, May 21 in Simons Park next to the Wellesley Free Library from 1 to 4pm. Using leftover industrial materials and donated paper scraps; participants will make a large-scale community collage. The goal is to simply make art together, and evoke emotion through color, shape and movement. The event is made possible with the generous support of Wellesley’s Natural Resources Commission, Wellesley Hills Junior Women’s Club and Wellesley Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.

Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Art Walk 2015

Wellesley Women Artisans (WWA) will sponsor the third annual Art Walk in conjunction with the Holiday Stroll in Wellesley Square on Sunday, December 6 from 12 to 6.

This year WWA collaborates with 17 members of the Wellesley Square Merchants Association who will sponsor the work of  local artists in their respective shops. The event is part of the WWA's mission to promote the arts in Wellesley. In addition to members of the WWA, artists from the community, including the Wellesley Society of Artists and students from Wellesley High School are also participating in the event. Get your Art Walk map here:

Thursday, October 1, 2015

It is time for another Studio Tour in Wellesley

Please join us for another Studio Tour in Wellesley!

This year we are hosting an 
Opening Reception
 on Friday, October 16th from 7pm-9:30pm at 161 Oakland Street, Wellesley. 
Guests will see a sampling of all participating artist’s work and get a chance to meet the artists and chat about their inspirations and process. Light fare will be served!
So bring a friend and join us.

On Saturday, October 17th you will have the chance to visit our artists in their studios from 

You can print out the flyer below to plan your tour.
For more information check out our website with more information about each artist

Saturday, May 23, 2015

Photos from Art in the Park

Our event "neighbors drawing neighbors" was a huge success. Many people came out and had fun taking photos and drawing each other.

This week we have been busy organizing all the wonderful portraits.
They are now hanging at the Media Room at the Wellesley Free Library. The exhibit is up for a
 limited time only so make sure to go and  take a look. It's inspiring to see so many of them!

Last but not least, we have also created a flickr account where you can see your portrait created by someone else  and the work you created.
If you are curious click here: