Saturday, January 24 – Saturday, February 22, 2015

Opening Reception: Saturday, January 24, 2015 4-6pm

Coordinated by Mary Westring, Curated by Yuko Nii, Assisted by Alaina Nuehring
1. Naoaki Funayama  2. Linda Smith  3. Margery Appelbaum  4. Renee Radenberg  5. Larry Szycher  6. Susan Jacobs  7. Tom Hooper  8. Laurie Russell  9. Drew Maillard  10. Mira Satryan  11. Benjamin Bohnsack  12. Grigory Gurevich  
13. Larry Scaturro  14. Gabe Turow  15. Chris Perry  16. Julie Saypoff


Caroline Absher, Kayo Albert, Margery Appelbaum, Sven Ballenthin, Ayako Bando, Bienvenido Banez, Carole Barlowe, Robert Bassal, Olivia Beens, Tomek Bogack, Benjamin Bohnsack, Beryl Brenner, Orin Buck, Linda Butti, Roy Carrubba, Leokadia M. Cemak, Diane Cherr, Laura Conliffe, Blake Conroy, Cedric Cox, Ilana Dodelson, Val Dyshlov, Carol Fluekger, Carmen Frank, Debra Friedkin, Naoki Funayama, Eleanor Goldstein, Glen Goodenough, Grigory Gurevich, Richard Hatter, Susan Handwerker, Christine Herman, Halona Hilbertz, Tom Hooper, Susan Jacobs, Sam Jungkurth, Yuko K. Mildred Kaye, Frank Krasicki, Kwant (Eric) Lau, Terrance Lindall, Drew Maillard, Ellen Mandelbaum, Anna Mavromatis, Margo Mead, Gail Mitchell, Ankica Mitrovska, Kenichi Nakajima, Chris Perry, Carmen Porfido, Jennifer Primosch, Tina Psoinos, Renee Radenberg, Laurie Russell, Cheryl Safren, Mira Satryan, Julie Joy Saypoff, Larry Scaturro, Carol Scavotto, Gloria Schuster, Tasneem Shahzad, Brad Simon, Joel Simpson, Linda Smith, Suprina, Larry Szycher, Agnieszka Szyfter, Muhammad Tufail, Gabe Turow, Jania Vanderwerff, John Vinklarek, Courtney Weida, Mary Westring, Marcia Widenor, Dale Williams 

The WAH Center offers an artist membership program called the “WAH Salon Art Club.” Every January, the members can participate in the Annual WAH Salon Show, which gives exposure to artists of a wide range and spectrum – from emerging, to mid-career, and established artists in all media. It fulfills one of the WAH Center’s missions based upon the WAH Founder’s “Bridge Concept”. At the Salon, fine art can meet functional art (craft) and performing art (music, dance, theater, and poetry). Technology can also give means to artist expression. Here, young and old and all nations and cultures can bridge their expressions through the international language of art. In concept, the Salon is all the colors of the artist’s palette. We invite everyone to come and visit us and see the merit of the international “Bridge Concept” in the arts.


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