Transparent Watercolor Society of America (TWSA) is dedicated to advancing the stature of and fostering appreciation of transparent watercolor. John Salminen and Soon Y. Warren served as jurors for the TWSA 42nd Annual Exhibition, on view through August 5, 2018, at the Kenosha Public Museum in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Here’s a look at their top five award-winners.
Skyledge Award: “Mother – Hongkong” (transparent watercolor, 40 x 30 in.) by Xiaochang Zhang
Dorothy Driehaus Mellin Watercolor Award: “Amigos” (transparent watercolor, 30 x 22 in.) by Frank Webb
Edgar A. Whitney Memorial Award: “First Museum Visit” (transparent watercolor, 24 x 19 in.) by Setsuko O’Hara
TWSA Members Award: “Expedition” (transparent watercolor, 30 x 44 in.) by Stephen Zhang
TWSA Director’s Award: “India Street Reflection” (transparent watercolor, 27 x 21 in.) by Robin Erickson
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