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(Page last updated Aug. 15, 2015)

Exhibitions

WVWS 2015 Aqueous Open set for the Stifel Fine Arts Center

In 2015 WVWS will be returning to the Northern Panhandle, this time to show at the Stifel Fine Arts Center, part of the Oglebay Institute.

The Prospectus can be downloaded HERE.

Dates for the West Virgnia Watercolor Society annual juried exhibition are July 2 - Aug. 21, 2015.

Calendar (see prospectus for more specific information)
*    Images due May 1 
*    Artists notified—May 25
*    Work received at Stifel from June 15-20 
(Southern region pick up in Summersville on June 16, Shoney’s, 1 p.m.)
*    Exhibit opens--Thursday, July 2-August 21, 2015
*    Pick up by August 29
*    30% commission


See and Do



Workshops

Richard Stephens teaching for Allied Artists

Allied Artists is hosting watercolorist Richard Stephens for a 3-day workshop, "Lighten Up/Loosen Up" from Oct. 29-31, in Charleston at the Kanawha Presbyterian Church, 1009 Virginia St., East Charleston. The workshop is geared to all levels of painters. Fee is $225 for members; $275 for non members.

Contact Brenda at icbeatty7@suddenlink.net for more information and to register.

Joe Fettingis workshop at MAA

The Morgantown Art Association will be holding a watercolor workshop with Joe Fettingis, NWS, on Oct. 16-18.

Fee is $200 for MAA members, and $225 for non-members. Contact Jane C. Michael, MAA Education Chair MAA, at jcmichae@comcast.net, phone her at 304-594-9380, or write to 374 Horseshoe Road, Morgantown, WV 26508

MAC hosting Lynn Ferris

The Monongalia Art Center in Morgantown is holding a watercolor workshop with with Lynn Ferris, AWS, NWS, on Oct. 17-18, from 9:30 am – 4 pm.

Using a limited palette and transparent pigments, students will learn to design with light. Lynn provides handouts, reference materials and personal attention. Suitable for all levels but some experience with watercolor preferred.

Cost is $150 for MAC members, $175 non-members. Contact Monongalia Arts Center at 304-292-3325 or info@monartscenter.com.