Iíve enjoyed working with so many talented and hardworking artists

WVA STATE PRESIDENTíS NOTES

e only have four WVA State meetings
each year so our meetings are full with WVA business: the magazine, website, 2016 Biennial, Endowment, future exhibits, and support of Arts Day on March 11, 2015 in Madison. In this issue we thank all the people that make WVA successful. Thank you too, WVA members, supporters, and all those interested in sharing your art with others.

WVA State will be organizing another statewide exhibit, ĎContemporary Viewsí an exhibit open to all visual artists in the state and it will be hosted at the Lawton Gallery, at the UW-Green Bay
and will open in September 2015. Look for the prospectus, coming soon.

The Abstract Show opens Feb. 14 at the Frank Juarez Gallery, 1109 N. 8th St. in Sheboygan and runs until March 21. There will be a reception on Feb. 28, from 5:00 to 8:00 pm. This show was organized by Tori Tasch of the Southeast Chapter.

My term as president is past and I am currently vice-president/acting president until another can take over. Iíve so enjoyed being the WVA State President and I am pleased with what has been accomplished. Mostly Iíve enjoyed working with so many talented and hardworking artists who are as committed to the visual arts in Wisconsin as I am.
- Christine Style, Acting President, WVA