With the overwhelming success of our past painted rain barrel and Fish Out of Water raffles, NSRWA and the WaterSmart South Shore program have decided to do another public art project. The campaign will highlight the problem of stormwater pollution and provide helpful steps that can be taken to help protect our waterways and nature.

The school of fish metal wall hanging measures 39 1/2″W x 1 1/2″D x 14″H.  Please email if you’d like to be one of our painters, and include a sample of your work. The selected artists will be notified by email, and need to pick up and return the wall hanging to the NSRWA office at 214 South Street in Norwell. When they are finished, all of the painted wall hangings will be raffled online.

WaterSmart is a nonprofit partnership between the NSRWA and 12 towns on the South Shore: Cohasset, Duxbury, Hanover, Hingham, Hull, Kingston, Marshfield, Norwell, Pembroke, Rockland, Scituate and Weymouth. Our programs are based on the belief that education is key. Since its creation, WaterSmart has educated thousands of local school-age children, adults, and businesses on water conservation, stormwater pollution, where their water comes from, and how to care for it. For more information on the WaterSmart program, go to