Tag Archives: watercolor painting

American Watercolor Society- Interview in AWS Summer newsletter

This year I achieved signature status in the American Watercolor Society (AWS).  This is accomplished by being selected for three of the yearly international juried exhibitions.  The American Watercolor Society is the oldest and most prestigious watercolor society in the world and members include the top watercolor artists in the world.  Getting into the exhibition once is fantastic- getting into… (more…)

Watercolor exhibitions in June ’18

Not sure what I was thinking (well, I do- I never say no to an opportunity)… but I signed up for three solo exhibitions for the month of June.  At the same time. I agreed to these shows months ago, so there is no excuse for not being prepared.  I was very diligent starting in January and started framing and… (more…)

American Watercolor Society (AWS) Signature status

What an amazing weekend.  I had the pleasure of flying up to New York City to receive signature status in the American Watercolor Society (AWS).  The AWS is an international juried show featuring the best contemporary painters in the world.   This was my third acceptance in the show and with this I received signature status.   I can now use… (more…)

2017 Georgia Watercolor Society Juried Exhibition

I returned from the Georgia Watercolor Society 2017 National Juried Exhibition on March 11th. The show was held in the beautiful Carrollton Cultural Arts Center in historic Carrollton, GA. It was a long drive from Raleigh (482 miles).  However, it is not every day you get signature status in an a watercolor association (for GWS you have be accepted in… (more…)

Watercolor pouring workshop- March 20th, 2016

Watercolor Pouring Workshop with Ryan Fox At Waverly Artist Studio in Cary, NC My last workshop in January was wait-listed.  Don’t miss this opportunity to learn a new watercolor technique. To register contact Ryan at: ryan@rfoxphoto.com With an emphasis on design and planning, you will learn the technique of pouring diluted watercolor directly on paper.   Pouring creates a wide range… (more…)