You will not see an actual person, place, or thing in the painting above...but each of you viewing it at the Community Art Center in Wallingford will see something different.

It is a stunning abstract piece by Debs Bleicher where the color, shapes, brushstrokes, size and even the artist's process itself, are both the focus and the subject of the artwork.

On January 13th from 2 to 4pm, meet 4 talented artists displaying a variety of art styles at the Community Arts Center in Wallingford. This beautiful building will feature exhibits of Abstract, Ceramic, Watercolor and 2D/3D art works.
  • In the Duke Gallery —Abstraction, the Art of Community Arts Center’s Abstract Studio Artists
  • In the BeaDazzle Gallery —Explore the Ceramic works of Maggi DeBaecke
  • In the Lounge Gallery —3D Work of instructor Effie Brenner and 2D watercolor instructor Alice Meyer-Walker
  • In the Stairwell Gallery — See the 3D and 2D student work of instructors Effie Brenner and Alice Meyer-Wallace
Sign up for Winter Adult and Children's classes!
There are adult classes in painting, drawing, ceramics, sculpture, jewelry, and photography - plus children can register for the Art Start Pre-School, Lucky Charms afternoon arts enrichment, After-School and Weekend ART Adventures, and Teen Workshops. 
For more information and registration, call the office at 610-566-1713. 

LOCATION: ON OUR MAIN STREETS
414 Plush Mill Rd., Wallingford, PA 19086
610-566-1713

The Wayne Art Center encourages you to learn about a very old and important creative process called "CAST" ...this is where materials (art and objects) are formed using a mold.



Through January 26th The Wayne Art Center invites you to an exhibit by more than 70 artists that reminds us of the significance of the art form. This curated invitational exhibition displays a selection of cast art and objects continuing and building on the theme of the award-winning book, CAST: Art and Objects Made Using Humanity’s Most Transformational Process, by Jen Townsend and Renée Zettle-Sterling (Schiffer Publishing, 2017.)

In addition to works by contemporary artists and craftspeople, the exhibition includes both historical and everyday objects. 

LOCATION: ON THE MAIN LINE
413 Maplewood Ave., Wayne, PA 19087
610-688-3553
HOURS: M-F 9am to 5pm
Sat 9am to 4pm
Closed Sundays