Welcome to Our Studio Member Gallery
The NLAPW consists of three classifications: Art, Letters and Music. The online galleries showcase works by members in each of these disciplines. The Pen Woman magazine is your connection to the news.
Now featured: 2016 Biennial Awards
Click on the 2016 Biennial Art Awards Gallery to see works by our featured visual artists.
See winners of the 2016 Biennial Letters Awards.
Books by NLAPW Members
How to submit for the NLAPW Gallery
You must be an active, associate or student member of NLAPW to submit work for the NLAPW.org website.
Art: Please send your artwork for consideration for our on-line gallery to the National Art Chair, Rosie Eylens, email@example.com.
Letters: Please send book announcement requests to the National Letters Chair, Dr. Evelyn Bethune, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Music: Please send music member information, bios, links to music and photos for inclusion in our Music Member Profiles page in the music gallery to Dr. M.J. (Sunny), National Music Chair, email@example.com.
Patricia Dennis of the Santa Clara Branch captured this image last November, when the super moon was the biggest and brightest in nearly seven decades. The term “super moon” is used to describe a full moon at its perigee, the point in its orbit when it is closest to Earth, causing it to appear up bigger and brighter. The next time it will be this bright will be in 2038! She used a Nikon D810 with a tele- photo 80-400 lens. The camera’s huge sensor of 36 pixels allows cropping to show this kind of detail, giving it a similar effect as looking through a telescope.