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VIRGINIA WATERCOLOR SOCIETY 38th ANNUAL EXHIBITION

OPENING Oct 15 2017

The Virginia Watercolor Society, organized in 1979 by Roanoke artists John Will Creasy and Ernest Johnson, is an organization of artists and non-painters which seeks to foster interest and participation in the exciting world of watercolor through the active programming of publications, demonstrations, annual jurored exhibitions and social activities.  Its objectives are to create opportunities for beginning as well as established artists to advance their skills and professionalism, and to be educational for the public at large.


Gallery photos (from the 37th Virginia Watercolor Society 2016 Juried Exhibition): The Old Stone Mill [detail], by D. Marshall Elliott; Three Views of Desi [detail], 2015, by Jacqueline Saunders; Orange Bowl [detail], by Brenda Hounshell; Caribbean Party House [detail], by Yvonne Wilson Boone; Wings [detail], Jan Finn-Duffy.

Home page (lower right): The Maya of Chichicastenango [detail], Jan Ledbetter.