Sunday, July 6, 2014
Greater Cincinnati Watercolor Society Summer Exhibit
Discover the visual expressions of local watercolor artists at the Greater Cincinnati Watercolor Society in their summer exhibit at “The Barn” 6980 Cambridge Ave., in Mariemont, Ohio,. Hours on the weekends: ; through
The grand opening on, offers the opportunity to meet the artists who capture pleasing harmony in a variety of subjects from traditional still lifes to landscapes. The free show is open to the public.
Juror for the show is Nancy Nordloh Neville, an award winning nationally recognized watercolorist. She will select three paintings for prize money plus paintings for Honorable Mention.
The Greater Cincinnati Watercolor Society is the only organization in the Tri-state area that focuses exclusively on water-based painting. Although watercolor is the primary paint, members also use gouache, casein, and acrylic on surfaces such as paper, Yupo (a plastic product), board, canvas and hand-made paper. The art might be brushed, sprayed, poured or printed onto the surface.
Begun in 2002 with the intent of offering a gathering place to paint, the organization quickly grew from 29 members to over 100. Annual workshops, exhibits, and tours are available to members for $45 annually. Over 50 percent of the members consider themselves advanced artists.
The watercolor society offers painting demonstrations followed by open studio painting, the firstof March through December at at the Cincinnati Art Club, 1021 Parkside Place in Mt. Adams. Guests are welcome to attend.