The Red Siren Art Collective’s “Broken Beauty” plus “Horrorwood”


In its debut exhibition, the Red Siren Art Collective unites the distinct variety of its members and peers for their inaugural exhibition “Broken Beauty” which opens November 16th at WWA Gallery. Simultaneously, WWA gallery presents the chilling return of “Horrorwood,” a group exhibit inspired by classic horror films.

With the mission to bring together figurative artists from around the world and in different stages in their careers, the Red Siren Art Collective seeks to encourage members through collaboration, shared knowledge and creativity. “Broken Beauty” will be a diverse showcase of original paintings, drawings, and sculpture by the collective’s talented members. Exhibiting in the front gallery alongside the collective are respected guest artists.




BROKEN BEAUTY features: Alice Savage, Archer Dougherty, Christopher Umana, Christos Tsintaris, Erica Calardo, Fang Ling Lee, Jessica Ward, JoKa, Laurie McClave, Nita Collins, Ryan Myers, Scott Holloway, Tammy Mae Moon, Terra Biddlespacher

With Guest Artists: Ania Tomicka, Inge Vandormael, Italia Ruotolo, Jackie Gallagher, Julie Zarate, Kim Gordon, Lori Field, Mimi Yoon

In the back gallery, WWA Galley resurrects Horrorwood to showcase the spine-tingling work of 29 artists asked to pay homage to the Horror Film genre. From Psycho to Scream, from Frankenstein to Friday the 13th, this wicked group show will highlight references to the macabre, supernatural, and the obscure.


HORRORWOOD features the talents of; Aaron Jasinski, Allison Sommers, Apricot Mantle, Bennett Slater, Casey Weldon, Chase Tafoya, Chris B. Murray, Dan Goodsell, Dan Harding, Danielle Buerli, Dee Chavez, Desiree Fessler, Dylan Sisson, Isaac Bidwell, JC Riviera, Jeremy Cross, Jessica LL Dalva, JoKa, Jon Bergeron, Jon MacNair, Justin Bloomer, Kelly Hutchison, Ken Garduno, Krista Turner, Larkin, Macsorro, Peter Adamyan, Teod Tomlinson, Zachary Schoenbaum

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