IWS SW Fall Show: 

Neither snow nor rain nor head nor gloom of disease stays our SW Region from completion of its appointed rounds!
Theme: Novel Nature-20.
Where: Initial Point Gallery – Meridian City Hall
When: Oct. 2 – Oct 29
Click here for more information on requirements and artist instructions


CHERRY WOODBURY will have artwork on display the month of September at St Luke’s Medical Plaza in Eagle – 3101 E State Street. The location is just off State Street before the turn off to Hwy 55.  Art can be viewed from 8am to 5pm.  Masks are required in the building.

Anne Watson SorensenART IN THE PARK 2020 is going to become an online “BAM’s Art in the Park Marketplace” this year due to the pandemic, providing safety for us all!  Find Anne Watson Sorensen‘s online Booth (with video) and 100 other participating artists at the Marketplace.  25% of all purchases go to support BAM’s non-profit operations, and this is their most significant fundraiser.  Shop without a mask and social distancing!   Visit www.boiseartmuseum.org beginning September 10th-18th for a link to BAM’s Art in the Park Marketplace.  Find Anne’s updates at: www.aesorensen.com.  Instagram @annesorensenart.  Facebook:  AnneSorensenWatercolor

Art Zone 208 Gallery on Cole and Ustick:  see some of the results of Linda Aman’s Zoom watercolor class; open Tuesday through Saturday. Please wear a mask when you come in.

Gary McCall’s watercolor painting Star Magnolia is on display at the Gem Center for the Arts, Boise, in the soon to be named gallery “TVAA’s Treasure Chest.”

Lauren Johnson will be participating again this year in the city wide  BOSCO (Boise Open Studio Cooperative) Tour on Saturday October 10 and Sunday October 11, 2020, from 10-6 each day.  Her studio will be open for visitation and all are welcome. 109 S Stephenson St, Eagle, ID 83616. Call 208-215-1588 or email laurenjohnson3@mac.com for information or directions. Guests entering will be limited and required to wear a mask.


Twelve IWS artists and one alternate artist had works selected for the WFWS45 exhibition in Boise, ID. This was the largest number of IWS artists ever chosen for the annual, regional show and reflects the growing skill and talent of our family of artists. CONGRATULATIONS!  To see all the WFWS-45 paintings, visit the WFWS page.

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Sponsors & Partners

IWS would like to thank our patrons, sponsors and partners in our community and state for their enthusiastic and generous support of WFWS-45!  

Laura Moore Cunningham Foundation   .  Boise City Department of Arts and History  .  Greater Boise Rotary Foundation  .  Harry W. Morrison Foundation  .  Idaho Arts Commission  .  IWS members and many local businesses.

Partners: Idaho State Museum, Boise Art Museum, and the Riverside Hotel.