What we’re doing at The Woman’s Art Club


The Art We Make : Woman’s Art Club All-Member Exhibition & Sale
October 15 -31  MORE INFO


Virtual Exhibition Gallery is Open — and our two most recent Annual Juried Exhibitions have been installed. CLICK HERE to be transported.

In celebration of our 125th year, ArtWorks and the Woman’s Art Club of Cincinnati partnered to celebrate and commemorate the Club’s 125th year with the creation of Emerge. Designed by local artist Tina Westerkamp, Emerge lives on 12th Street, between Race & Vine in OTR.

Many thanks to the members of the Woman’s Art Club for their support of this project and to local teaching artists Paul Loehle and Bailey Dowlin who worked with the team of eight local youth apprentices to paint and install this beautiful mural.

A dedication ceremony took place on Wednesday, October 17th — Click Here to enjoy a short video about the mural.

In February 2020, Rodney Veal, host of The Art Show, sat down for a conversation with Dodie Loewe, Board President of the Woman’s Art Club of Cincinnati.

Want to see the interview on YouTube — CLICK HERE

The Woman’s Art Club of Cincinnati 2021 All-Member Exhibition & Sale — The Art We Make opened with a reception on Friday, October 15 from 5 – 7:30 PM in the Main Gallery at The Barn. Attendees voted on the winners of four People’s Choice Awards which were presented at the opening to  Chris Krupinski for Pears, Cherries and Stripes, Eileen McConkey for Cat Nap, Lynn Hogan for Deep Creek Lake, and Shelia Fleischer for Bird Island.

The exhibition continues through Sunday, October 31, ending with a public closing reception from 1 – 4 PM.

Woman’s Art Club Cultural Center | The Barn
6980 Cambridge Avenue
Mariemont OH 45227


Alleen Manning’s painting, The Leaves Will Be Gone Soon, was selected for The Golden Ticket: Clifton Cultural Arts Center Annual Juried Exhibition. Another of Alleen’s paintings, Sycamores at the Preserve, was recently in the University of Cincinnati’s DAAP alumni association exhibition at the Indian Hill Gallery.

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Clifton Cultural Arts Center — October 29 through December 3
2728 Short Vine
Cincinnati OH 45219

Alleen Manning is at Seven Hills Art and hogbristlepainters.com

Deborah Thornberry‘s pastel, Disguised, will be in the Art Comes Alive Exhibition sponsored by Art Design Consultants. There were more than 3000 applicants for this juried exhibition.

Art Comes Alive
Opening Reception (Ticketed — CLICK HERE)
— Friday, November 6 @ 5 – 8 PM

ADC West
1013 York Street
Cincinnati OH 45214

Jennifer Smith (AKA Sunday Stitches) was featured in a Winnipeg Free Press (Canada) news article —Common thread helps keep gardeners connected: Pollinator creates hand embroidery designs inspired by nature.

CLICK HERE to read the article

More about Jennifer at instagram.com/jennifer_smith_studios/

Virginia Martinez will have a one-woman exhibition in the main gallery at The Barn | Woman’s Art Club Cultural Center in Mariemont, OH.

A Glimpse of Nature — Works by Virginia Martinez
November 19 – December 1, 2021
Opening Reception
— Friday, November 19 @ 6 – 9 PM

Woman’s Art Club Cultural Center | The Barn
6980 Cambridge Avenue
Mariemont, Ohio 45227

Fran Hemmer, a signature member of the Woman’s Art Club, will be the featured artist at the Artist of the Month Exhibition at Frame and Hang Studio in Bellevue, Ky.

Artist of the Month Exhibition
October 1 – 31, 2021
Opening Reception: October 1,  5 – 9 PM

Frame and Hang Studio
Fairfield Avenue
Bellevue, Ky

We did it — club members took a survey, we examined the results . . . and . . . we published a whitepaper about how our club members were dealing with being or not being creative during the past year.

view it online
download the pdf

The Barn  |  The Woman’s Art Club Cultural Center is an Ohio Cultural Arts Center in Mariemont, Ohio. The Woman’s Art Club does not own or run it  — the Club has meetings there, the Club rents office and exhibition space there. Many of our Club members teach classes or hold workshops at The Barn — these are contracted by them directly with The Barn. The Club is committed to supporting the well-being of the Barn and sets aside some portion of its budget for programs or improvements according to the Club’s ability within the scope of its mission as a donation to the Foundation. Club members support the Barn through donations of time and money to Foundation fund-raising events and campaigns.  If you’re looking for The Barn’s website — click here.

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