Northwest Watercolor Society Showcases Top Talent

This year’s NWWS Annual International Open Exhibition celebrates the many diverse and creative ways artists explore watercolor. Juried by Mark Mehaffey, the show runs through June 1, 2018, at the Mercer Island Community Center in Mercer Island, Washington.

“Tangle No.3″ (watercolor, 20 x 30” in.) by Xi Guo
“Nets Cast on the Other Side” (watercolor, 36 x 28) by Cindy Brabec-King
“Available Seating” (watercolor, 28 x 19 in.) by Donna Jill Witty
“Let’s Go Orange” (acrylic, 22 x 30 in.) by Denise Athanas
“Durban Street Scene” (watercolor, 22 x 15 in.) by Mark McDermott

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  1. Thank You for these inspiring articles. As an acrylic painter, I often use watercolor techniques. I search my area around the West Denver foothills for watercolor classes and find a few talented visualists willing to share their talent. The color mixing with pigments is much more earthy.
    I learn lots from American Watercolor.

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