Noted for the lovely velvety matte paint quality, gouache (“gwaash”) adapts well for still life or creating luminous landscapes. This one-day class with Marian Hirsch will give students an intensive introduction to this exciting medium.
The Southwestern Watercolor Society will continue its series of one-day classes on Saturday, May 14th with award-winning artist, Walt Davis. This one-day class is for beginners to watercolor painting or experienced artists who want to rediscover the basics. Walt’s focus … Continue reading
The annual Online Art Auction and Raffle provides the award funding for the Southwestern Watercolor Society’s Fall Exhibition. Donated artworks are by award-winning watercolorists and represent the broad range of styles and subject matter sure to appeal to art lovers. … Continue reading
Jeffrey K. Jensen, AIA, SWS, WFWS is presently President of the Southwestern Watercolor Society and a 38-year veteran of the design industry. His passion for architecture and the built environment has fueled his 45-year … Continue reading
Sponsored by the Southwestern Watercolor Society. Dates: September 8, 9, 10 – 2020 Time: 9 am til 4 pm each day of workshop SWS Member Price: $375 Non-Member Price: $425 Location: Skypony Gallery/Teta Smith’s Studio – at the Shops at … Continue reading
The Southwestern Watercolor Society traditionally holds a fundraiser in May to fund awards for the September Membership Show. Generous awards increase the number of artists who will enter and the level … Continue reading
In addition to the Joint Paint-Out at the Plano Balloon Festival in September, the regular Southwestern Watercolor Society Fall Paint-Out will begin with an orientation meeting on Friday, October 11, with free paint during the day on Saturday, October 12 … Continue reading
The Southwestern Watercolor Society March Membership Meeting on March 12th will feature British watercolor artist, Graham Berry at the Lover’s Lane United Methodist Church at the corner of Northwest Highway and Inwood Road. The meeting starts at 7pm and visitors … Continue reading