Transparent Watercolor Society of America Annual National Juried Exhibition
May 6 - August 6Free
Paintings from transparent watercolor artists from across the country will be on display. Works include a wide variety of subjects from landscapes and portraits to abstracts.
Transparent Watercolor Society of America is a national organization devoted to advancing the stature of transparent watercolor as a major expression and to foster its appreciation.
According to TWSA: All watercolor pigments applied in a transparent manner allow light to penetrate the layers of glazes and reflect back through the pigments from the paper below. The whites are brilliant paper left unpainted. This light, reflecting off the white of the paper, makes the medium work. No white paint is accepted. Artists are required to preserve the white of the paper’s surface wherever a white statement is intended. Learn more about TWSA at www.watercolors.org.