ArtWorks Gallery

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Saturdays & Sundays, Noon to 5 pm
Fridays, 4 to 8 pm
Or by appointment
69 Main St., Ware, MA 01082
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Reigning Cats&Dogs invite




ArtWorks Gallery Presents:


Reigning Cats & Dogs

And all Creatures Great and Small

Accepting Entries: Saturday & Sunday, May 8th & 9th, 11 am to 5 pm. * just added  new date, May 7th, Friday, 4 pm to 8 pm

$20 to enter,  no commission is taken on sales

Ware, MA


CALL TO  ARTISTS! ArtWorks Gallery needs your purr-tiest animal art for our upcoming exhibition, “Reigning Cats & Dogs.” (Creatures with feathers, fins, and scales welcomed as well.) Paw-sitively all media and skill levels are invited to participate in this fun show!  2D art should be wired to hang and no larger than 16” x 20”. 3D sculptures should be no larger than a pug! $20 per entry, no commission taken. Accepting entries by drop-off: Saturday and Sunday, May 8th & 9th, 11 am to 5 pm. In-person reception, Saturday, May 22nd, 3 to 7 pm. Exhibition Hours: May 22nd to June 27th. Fri., 4-8 pm, Sat & Sun 12-5 pm. People’s Choice Awards will be given. 


We accept cash or cards, no checks please. 


About ArtWorks Gallery
ArtWorks is a fine arts co-op gallery and gift shop featuring paintings, prints, sculptures, jewelry, and glass by local artists and artisans. The gallery also hosts several exhibitions each year. 
Contact us if you are interested in becoming a co-op member or consigner.  Email:


Roc Goudreau

  Roc Goudreau was born in Ware, Massachusetts where he started his art career at a young age.  After studying painting with Elizabeth Howe Lincoln, he went on to study drawing under Dean G. Keller at Lyme Academy of Fine Arts. During the last 40 years Roc has made a living as a professional artist. […]

Gary Lippincott

  Gary A. Lippincott has been riding to work on the back of a dragon for many years. Having fallen in love with the illustrators of the Golden Age and such contemporary artists as Alan Lee and Brian Froud, his artwork has the style of old-world craftsmanship often found in folk and fairy tales. His […]

Loretta Mederios

  As an artist Loretta Medeiros paints orchestrating the use of colors concentrating on light, values and shapes, creating with each brushstroke as she brings to life the painting on the canvas before her.  She has a passion for plein air painting producing anything from delicately rendered paintings to impressionistic style paintings from life, study […]

Susan Tilton Pecora

Susan Tilton Pecora has been painting the streets, harbors, factories and farms of New England throughout her life.  She is a signature member of The New England Watercolor Society, host of the WGBY – PBS affiliate television show “Reflections Through Watercolor”, and member of the Copley Society in Boston.  Her paintings have been exhibited throughout the […]

Deborah Rubin

  Deborah Rubin is one of the foremost floral watercolor painters in the country. Born in Chicago in 1948, Rubin holds a BFA from the University of Illinois and did graduate work at the University of Minnesota.  Her flowers have formed the base of over 50 exhibitions, garnered nearly 20 awards and have found their […]

Juliet Bacchas

  Juliet Bacchas was a child of the Jamaican countryside.  She attended Edna Manley College of the Visual and Performing arts in Jamaica where she was honored with several awards.  In her second year she received a bronze medal form the Jamaican Cultural Development Commission, (JCDC). In 2000 she received a silver medal from the […]

Tod Beall

Tod Beall, Beall Glass Studio Although born in Michigan, Tod Beall is truly a “New England Yankee”, having lived most of his life in Massachusetts. A Graduate of the University of Hartford in theater arts, he became involved in stained glass in the late 1960’s while managing a local craft supply store. Initially self-taught, he […]

Curt Emmerson

  Curtis Emmerson is an artist from western Massachusetts with a passion for wood. He strives to create wonderful objects, allowing the natural beauty and personality of the wood to shine through. All of the wood used in his work is responsibly harvested, and the finishes are as simple and natural as possible.  Curtis specializes […]

Bevlynn Gallant

  Bevlynn Gallant began making jewelry after college when she studied with a private jeweler in Boston. She has a BFA from Massachusetts College of Art and Design and a masters in teaching from UMASS.   She has enjoyed teaching classes in jewelry making using precious metal clay since 2005. Precious Metal Clay is made by combining finely ground […]

Elizabeth (Betty) Howe Lincoln

  Elizabeth Howe Lincoln was a lifelong resident of Ware Massachusetts and prolific artist.  She created landscapes and portraits in oil, watercolor, pastel, and a variety of printmaking methods – her favorite subjects being her hometown of Ware, Quabbin Reservoir, and life with her family and friends. While Roger and ‘Betty’ were raising their six […]

Linda Spelko

  Linda Spelko’s first exposure to clay was as a freshman in Palmer High School.  Her brother told her that pottery was an easy elective, but to Linda, Clay was her friend, always there, waiting willing to bend and move. After high school she raised her family and after 25 years she began her pottery […]

Linda Barnes

  Linda has always enjoyed creating with her hands. She has attended various classes and workshops in order to expose herself to a variety of mediums and methods. Her paintings are done in pen and ink, watercolor, acrylic, pastels, and charcoal. She has lived in Ware since 2006 with her husband Tom and has two […]

Lynn Wrona

Colors…Rich sunlit colors and painting from life are what inspire my paintings. In my youth I enjoyed sketching the world around me. Pastel portraiture with Paul Leveille and Kathryn Brodeur, improved my drawing skills during the years of raising my children. Then,  I attended workshops, whenever possible, with such  noted artists as Jack Callahan, Charles […]