Events and Shows

Events & Shows

Join us at the Annual Winter Holiday Show: Art for Giving – December 1st!

Join us at our beloved annual holiday show on December 1st from 10 am to 4 pm at Westport Art Group, 1740 Main Road, Westport Point.

Please come, join the fun, and find the perfect gift!

  • Artwork the Perfect Size at a Perfect Price – Framed & Priced at $200 or Less
  • Unique Handmade Crafts by WAG Members & Local Craftspeople
  • Rediscovered Treasures Table
  • Holiday Greens
  • Raffle
  • Silent Auction


Please download the appropriate call to Artists or Artisans and intake/registration forms below:

Call to Artists – Holiday Fair 2018

Call to Crafters – Holiday Fair 2018

Art Intake Form – Holiday Fair 2018

Craft Table Registration – Holiday Fair 2018

Crafters should contact Carol Bliven at prior to sending the Crafts Table Registration to WAG.

Artists: To participate, you must be a WAG member. NEW THIS YEAR: NO ENTRY FEE!
WAG will charge 25% commission for sold pieces, as usual.

Entries must be original work completed within the last three years. Three-dimensional work must be able to hang from a wall or a stand provided by the artist.

DROP OFF: Hand delivered only. Entries may be dropped off at the WAG building, 1740 Main Road, Westport Point, MA on Wednesday, November 28, from 5-7 p.m.

Crafters: The WAG Annual Holiday Fair will feature handmade items crafted by members and local artisans.

For questions or to reserve a table, contact Carol Bliven at or call (508) 994-2239.

GROUP CRAFT TABLE FOR WAG MEMBERS: WAG has reserved a 6 ft. table for members who have a few small items to display and sell. Fee $5.


SHOW SET UP: Crafters, Friday afternoon, November 30, 4-7 p.m. and Saturday December 1, 8:30-9:30 a.m.

HOLIDAY FAIR: Saturday, December 1, 2018, 10 a.m.- 4:00 p.m.

PICK UP: Crafts may be picked up on Saturday, December 1, 4-5 p.m. or Monday, December 3, 5-6 p.m.

WAG garden, designed by Bill Burdett

The Periwinkle Shop

We have carved out space at WAG to revive The Periwinkle Shop, now open during classes and by appointment at 1740 Main Road, Westport Point, MA.

The original Periwinkle Shop was in operation from 1966 to 1972, April through September. WAG members sold handcrafted items and artwork. Volunteers staffed the small store, located across from the Westport Point post office.

Member Artists and Artisans are invited to sell their artwork in the shop. Contact WAG at if you are interested in adding your artwork or handcrafted items to the shop.


Prior Events & Shows – Thank you for attending!

Four of Our Finest: Master Artists from the Westport Art Group

Christine Bean
Dennis Broadbent
Meredith Wildes Cornell
Sharlie Sudduth

Location: Westport Art Group, 1740 Main Road, Westport Point, MA
Dates: November 3rd – 11th, Wednesdays – Sundays, 11:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Reception: Sunday, November 4, 4-6:30 p.m.

A very special invitational exhibit featuring work by four of our most accomplished painters, our Masters Show will delight you with exquisitely painted oils and brilliant, lively watercolors of a variety of subjects. Take the opportunity to enjoy the recent work and some of the most loved pieces by these artists.

Members: Please sign up to gallery sit for this very special show:

About the Artists

Dartmouth painter Christine Bean taught art early in life but has been painting most of her life. Her beautiful watercolors depict the landscapes, seascapes and scenes from the South Coast, Maine and Cape Cod. To this day, she continues to paint.

A Fine Arts graduate of Swain School of Design, Dennis Broadbent is known for his mastery in both oils and pastels. After retiring, he returned to his art, enjoying Plein Air painting and figure drawing. His brilliantly detailed still life paintings are treasures.

Meredith Wildes Cornell, another Swain School of Design graduate, has an extensive exhibit record and has won numerous awards. For many years, she shared her considerable skills by teaching classes at the Westport Art Group. Her vigorous brush strokes and strong palette give substance to her paintings.

Sharlie Sudduth began painting seriously in retirement. Her lively brushwork and colors are a delight to view and impart a sense of joy. Through her work in watercolor and oils, she shares the pleasure of her painting experience.