Lunch and Learn – Printmaking

Printmaking is my passion. 

As an art historian, I am continually fascinated and impressed with the role of printmaking in the art world from the softly monochromatic mezzotints of the earlier Baroque to the bold carved lines of the German Expressionist.

Lunch and Learn Program Details

Printmaking: an introduction to and explanation of printmaking terms and processes. Barbara’s talk will be illustrated with samples of specialty printmaking materials and original artwork.  She  will discuss the varied forms of printmaking in clear, understandable terms, with examples.  And  she will give a special emphasis to Mezzotints, for which she received an Arts Council grant this year.

For information or to register


2022 – Spring and Summer Benton Exhibit

‘Benton Spring and Summer 2022’

AAWS Member Curated Fine Art Exhibition

April 25 – September 2022


To purchase artwork, or for more information, contact Associated Artists of Winston-Salem:

Call:  336-747-1463


Online: Purchase Artwork Request Form

2022 Benton Spring-Summer Price List

Thanks to the many volunteers who helped to hang this exhibit!

Click on images to see full view.

New Gallery Space

New Gallery Space on Trade Street

604-A North Trade St., off Sixth Street, next to the Fiber Company store.
This new, small gallery is located in the North Trade Street Arts (NTSA) Collective which is also the DADA headquarters. Keep walking toward the back, past other artist galleries. There, you can pick up our AAWS brochures and prospectuses, and see/buy art by our newest members. While we aim to show NEW MEMBER art, anyone can get on the list to show their work.

Hours are Thursday thru Sunday from noonish/1 PM to around 5, and of course, during Gallery Hop, first Friday of each month, from 7 to 10 PM.

Marsha Hierl will run the new space, so contact her with any questions, or to get on the list.

Member Highlight – Seth Moskowitz

Seth Moskowitz, current president of Associated Artists of Winston-Salem, is featured in an article in  The Winston-Salem Journal.

Once Winston-Salem Artist finds that Wow Pattern the Digital Manipulations Really Begin

Seth Currently has pieces in the ‘Summer in the City’ exhibit at Every Corner Gallery in The Milton Rhodes Center for the Arts from June 28 – October 1, 2021.

He is also featured in a two person show at Artworks Gallery through July 31. Artworks Gallery is located on North Trade Street in the Downtown Winston-Salem Arts District and is presenting Moskowitz’s current work,  “NEWds — New Interpretations of the Female Form”.