The Wisconsin Watercolor Society was established in 1952 in Milwaukee. The group began with a few member and has grown to almost 100 members from throughout Wisconsin. The WWS was the first organization to be devoted exclusively to watercolor painting. It’s purpose was then, and still is, to promote watercolor as an important medium with exhibits throughout the state of Wisconsin and to serve as a catalyst for those genuinely interested in watercolor.
This exhibit will features paintings created by members of the Wisconsin Watercolor Society. The paintings will be diverse in originality, subject and execution. From soft, subtle colors to strong saturated pigments, this exhibit will teach you how varied watercolor painting can be. Landscapes, florals, portraiture, abstraction and non-objective paintings will be presented.