Thursday, August 18, 2011


Here is our press release for our upcoming watercolor show in September.  Hope you can make it!

August17, 2011
Greater Cincinnati Watercolor Society
Contact Person:  Sharon Cranston, Evergreen Retirement Community, 513-948-2308

For Immediate Release
Art Attached

Greater Cincinnati Watercolor Society Exhibit

Members of the Greater Cincinnati Watercolor Society return once again to exhibit at Senior Lifestyle’s Evergreen Retirement Community, 230 West Galbraith Road, in Cincinnati.

This free show, open to the public, begins Sunday, September 25, 2011 from noon to 4 p.m. The show continues through September until October 30 with public viewing daily from noon to 4 p.m. The opening reception offers viewers a chance to enjoy various watercolor paintings in the newly renovated space at the retirement community. Live music and appetizing refreshments will be available at the opening. The artists will be on hand to discuss their work.
Eden Park - Sue Grogan
Juror for the show is Bruce Erikson, Professor of Art at Xavier University who will select three paintings for monetary awards and three paintings for honorable mention ribbons.

The Greater Cincinnati Watercolor Society has been welcomed into the gracious environment of the Evergreen Retirement Community on eight prior occasions. This year the residents of the retirement community will join the watercolor society to offer selected pieces for viewing.
Giraffe - Joan Miley
“Recent exhibits by the members of Greater Cincinnati Watercolor Society have generated many positive compliments on the growth and quality of the art being displayed. The passion and dedication of each member has put the club at a new level of competition. The exhibit at Evergreen Retirement Community is creating a lot of excitement. Not only is Evergreen the perfect location for an art exhibit but it is renovated with an incredible new look, so updated with contemporary furniture, new floor plan and wonderful colors. What an exciting event, please come and see not just the art but the artful Evergreen,” said Eileen Hulsman, president of the Greater Cincinnati Watercolor Society.

The watercolor society offers painting demonstrations followed by a workshop every first Wednesday of the month at 10 a.m. at the Cincinnati Art Club, 1021 Parkside Place in Mt. Adams. Guests are welcome at attend.
Industrial Revolution - Deb Ward
Monthly notes of meetings plus other relevant information for artists can be seen at the organization’s blog:

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