Our new sign
Our new sign

The Raffle Wall
“Surf and Turf” Second Place
“Surf and Turf”, oil
by Robert Abele III

Jordan Wolfson
“Surf and Turf” Third Place
“Fish and Chops”, woodblock print by Vidar Haaland

Holiday Fair
Holiday Fair

Painting at Pardon Gray
Painting at Pardon Gray
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The mission of the Westport Art Group is to stimulate and promote the appreciation and encouragement of the arts and crafts.

The Westport Art Group was formed by a group of amateur and professional artists early in 1956. The members held classes in each others’ homes. The first Community Show was held in July, 1956 in the Westport Point School. It attracted a large crowd. In 1971, Elizabeth Yeomans Booth donated land to WAG in memory of Edward, Julia and their son, Andrew Yeomans, for the encouragement of the arts and crafts. She stipulated that a building was to be erected on the property within two years. The members raised funds and worked hard to do that and that is how 1740 Main Road came about.

WAG celebrated 50 years by honoring Dorothy Gifford Curtis, the last surviving Founding member, with a plaque at a Valentine’s Tea and an exhibit of her paintings in February, 2006.


Download a pdf copy of our brochure here!
WAG Brochure
Westport Art Group
1740 Main Road, Westport Point, MA 02791
508-636-2114
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 157, Westport Point, MA 02791

For more information, email info@westportartgroup.com

Click here for driving directions

Savor the Summer

Celebrate WAG Artists and Artisans
and their 2014 Interpretations of the
New England South Coast

Sat. & Sun. Sept. 20 – 21, 2014
10 AM – 4 PM
Opening Reception
Friday, Sept. 19, 5 PM – 7 PM

Feet Wet by Tuck Buffum


At the Reception:

Lifetime Members will be Recognized and Honored.
Artist’s Rendering and Construction Plans for our New Wing will be on Display. Meet the Architect!


WAG ARTISTS: Proceeds from the Intake Fees and Sales Commission will be directed to our building fund. The commission amount for this Exhibition is more than previous shows and has been increased to 30%. As an option, (only if you wish) you can donate your entire sales amount to the building fund. Your participation and support are greatly appreciated!


ELIGIBILITY: Savor the Summer Art Exhibition is for members only. Entries must be original work completed in 2014. Three-dimensional pieces must be able to hang from a wall or displayed on a provided stand.
ARTWORK: Oil, Watercolor, Acrylic, and Pastel. Photography, Mixed Media (e.g., encaustic photography and painting, artwork with more than one medium applied,); Collage (e.g., assemblage of different forms), Prints (one of a kind, hand-pulled), New Media (digital art)
TWO WALL ENTRIES AND SIX (6) BIN PIECES
Non-refundable entry fee: $15
Prepare a back-up framed piece if your first piece is sold. Bin art must be matted with clear wrap. Stretched canvas or panels with finished sides are permitted as long as no staples show. No framed pieces are allowed in the Art Bin. All Bin pieces must have artists’ identification on the back and price on the front.

Click here for complete Call to Enter information and Intake Form.

Join Us in November:
See the Jamie Wyeth Exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Saturday, November 1, 2014
$28 per person bus fee
$18 per person entry fee for Museum (free if Museum Member)

Imaginative, provocative, original –
enter Wyeth’s landscape

Click here for more information.

Save Your Lee’s Receipts!

Please save your receipts from Lee’s and drop them in the box on the desk at the WAG building. Lee’s will donate 1% of the total. Thank you to our members who donate their slips to us. WE WOULD RECEIVE MORE THAN $850 IF 10 MEMBERS (an average size family) DONATED ALL THEIR SLIPS FOR JUST ONE YEAR. We have over 200 members!

NOTE: Please do not circle anything on the slips, leave them as is! Thank you!

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