Women Painters of Washington

Pincushion Flower by Genny Rees
Women Painters of Washington is an association of professional artists from throughout the state.

On October 6, 1930 the founding members joined forces to overcome the limitations they faced as women artists and to realize their artistic potential through fellowship.

The original principles that forged a bond among the early founders are as relevant today as they were in 1930.  Women Painters of Washington empowers professional women artists to create, exhibit, and market their work while fostering art appreciation within their communities and beyond.

The group meets monthly, generally at the Seattle Art Museum.

Women Painters of WA