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NWWS Signature Exhibition

Harvey Field
Published:2019-06-25 Local
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NWWS Signature Exhibition

The 2019 Northwest Watercolor Society (NWWS) Signature Exhibition, a bi-annual event, can be seen at the Washington State Convention Center July 11 through October 6. This year’s Exhibition “exemplifies diversity and excellence of artistic expression,” according to Kristi Galindo Dyson, Signature Show chair.
Over 60 paintings from 50 Signature water media artists will be on display representing members from across the United States, Canada and International countries.
Artists reception and recognitions ceremony is July 13th 4:00pm to 6:00pm at the Convention Center on Level 2. Media and public are invited.
The paintings being showcased are the best of what is possible in water media today. You’ll see landscapes, portraits, animals, abstracts, collages and more. A genuine feast for the eyes.
Signature membership is an achievement that is earned through a high level of artistic production. All members have put in their ‘brush strokes.’ Artwork displayed is for sale.
Located at 705 Pike Street, Seattle, the Convention Center is open daily. For directions and parking information go to http://wscc.com/.




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