Virginia Watercolor Society Twenty-Third Jurored ExhibitionApril 06, 2002 - June 30, 2002
United Company Contemporary Regional Art Gallery
Works by 97 of Virginia’s best watercolorists are showcased in this audience-friendly exhibition. Guest juror Ray Kass selected the show from submitted slides.
The Virginia Watercolor Society, organized in 1979 by Roanoke artists John Will Creasy and Ernest Johnson, is comprised of artists and non-painters who seek to foster interest and appreciation for watercolor through annual jurored exhibitions, educational projects, publications, demonstrations, and networking. The VWS creates opportunities for artists – beginning as well as established – to advance their skills and professionalism and introduces an appreciation of watercolors to a wider audience.
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