Display of watercolors by Judy Mattson Reed

WVWS members exhibiting around state

Several WVWS members have been showcasing their work in solo exhibitions around the state in recent weeks.


April Waltz is March featured artist at Artworks Around Town in Wheeling

WVWS Signature member April Waltz of Wheeling is currently exhibiting a solo show at Artworks Around Town in downtown Wheeling for the month of March.

The opening reception for the show was March 1. There are between 35 – 45 pieces in her exhibit representing a diverse range of media: watercolors, photography, origami, and mixed media using watercolor, colored pencil, and inks.

The gallery is at 2200 Market St., and is open Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. except for Friday when closing is a bit letter at 6 p.m. Read more about April’s show at the Artworks Around Town website.


These are among the watercolors Debbie Lester of Shady Spring has on display at the Chuck Mathena Center in Princeton through March 6.

Debbie Lester exhibiting at Mathena Center in Princeton

Debbie Lester, president of WVWS, and a Signature member, has an exhibit of her paintings on display at the Rotunda Art Gallery at the Chuck Mathena Center in Princeton through March 6.

The Chuck Mathena Center is at 2 Stafford Commons, Princeton, WV 24740, and hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.


Parkersburg bank showcased work by Judy Mattson Reed

The Parkersburg WesBanco bank office on Market Street featured a display of watercolors by Judy Mattson Reed during February.

Reed, a Signature WVWS artist from Salem, sent some photos from her display so we could share them. See one image of her display at the top of this page, and another photograph here.

These are a few of the watercolors Judy Mattson Reed display at the Market Street, Parkersburg, Wesbanco office during February. The painting at left in this photograph features a scene of downtown Parkersburg.

To read more about Judy’s exhibit, visit the news article published in the Parkersburg News and Sentinel newspaper.