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    • Saturday, May 14, 2022
    • 12:00 PM
    • Friday, July 08, 2022
    • 4:00 PM
    • Second Presbyterian Church

    The Annual Membership Exhibit.

    Second Presbyterian Church, 7700 N. Meridian St., Indianapolis, IN 46260. 

    May 14, 2022 – July 8, 2022

    We invite you to display your painting with other members of WSI. Register on this page or print and mail entry form from the prospectus. Deadline to register is April 29th. Download Prospectus Here. 

    Membership Exhibit Opening Reception and Luncheon

    Saturday, May 14, 2022. 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm

    Join us for an afternoon of fellowship, watercolors and more!

    View last year's luncheon and exhibit on WSI's YouTube Page Here.


    Registration Deadline: Friday, April 29, 2022.

    Painting Drop Off Dates: Friday, May 6, 2022 – 9:00 am to Noon or Saturday, May 7, 2022 – Noon to 2:00 pm.

    Luncheon/Reception: Saturday, May 14, 2022 – 12:00 pm to 3:00 pm.


    •  All WSI members who have paid 2022 membership dues may register one water media painting for exhibition. 
    • Paintings exhibited in prior juried and membership shows are eligible, however the same painting may not be shown two years in a row.
    • All paintings must be the original work of the artist. No copies or prints of paintings or published photographs will be accepted.
    • Outer dimensions including frame must be no larger than 36” x 42”.
    • All work must be ready to hang with flat hangers and wire. No sawtooth or screw-eye hangers will be accepted.
    • All rules and requirements are listed in the Prospectus. Please read thank you!


    Paintings may or may not be offered for sale at the artist's discretion. In lieu of a painting commission to WSI, we ask that you make a reasonable donation to Second Presbyterian Church.


    Park and enter through the double doors on the north side of the church. Each painting must be signed in at drop off. 

    Friday, May 6 – 9:00 am to Noon or Saturday, May 7 – Noon to 2:00 pm.


    Members outside Indianapolis may arrange assistance for delivery or pickup by contacting their WSI Area Representative. Check out the Area Rep Map on the Board of Directors Page to see all counties in Indiana divided into areas and to see who the rep is in your area.


    The Watercolor Society of Indiana will exercise diligent and reasonable care, but neither WSI nor Second Presbyterian Church shall be responsible for loss or damage to any painting. By participating in the show, the artist assumes all risk and agrees to the rules and conditions of this prospectus. You will be required to sign a waiver for Second Presbyterian Church.


    Please Contact Us. Thank you!  

    View last year's luncheon and exhibit on WSI's YouTube Page Here.

    • Monday, May 16, 2022
    • Sunday, June 26, 2022

    ColorVision 2022 - A fundraiser for art education in Indiana. Over 145 items to bid on.

    Original art by Keiko Tanabe, AWS, NWS, AIS, LPAPA; Cardinal Fellows Betty Boyle, Bob Bratton, Dorothy Englehart, Sandy Ezell, Karen Fehr, Patricia Hooper, Cheryle Lowe, Beverly Mathis, J. Anna Roberts, Jerry Smith, Robert Wallis, Shirley Woolard; additional WSI Artist Members; plus oil paintings, pottery, metal, and photography from Indiana artists.

    Palladium tickets, Brickyard tickets, gift baskets, Minnetrista membership, JCC Event tickets and membership, watercolor art supplies, gift cards, and more non-art items.

    Click Here for online auction: from May 16 to June 26, 2022. Share this link! 

    Art Exhibit at Saks Art Gallery at Saks Fifth Avenue from June 7 until the auction ends at 5:00 pm on June 26th. Free and open to the public during open hours: Sun. - Sat. 12:00 pm - 6:00 pm.

    A reception will be held on Sunday, June 26 from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm. Guests will have the opportunity to meet several of the artists featured in the exhibit. If you have the winning bid from an item in the auction, you may take it home following the reception. 

    Saks Art Gallery at Saks Fifth Avenue

    Funds support WSI's Community Outreach and Education in Indiana. WSI will conduct Watercolor classes for kids at The Christamore House for communities throughout Indiana.

    Christamore House Community

    The Watercolor Society of Indiana is a 501C (3) not-for-profit organization. Donations are tax-deductible. Any amount of support is appreciated! If you would like to make a donation, please visit WSI's Contribution Page.  

    Thank you COLORVISION 2022 SPONSORS:




    • Sunday, June 12, 2022
    • 1:30 PM - 5:30 PM
    • Jewish Community Center, 6701 Hoover Rd., Indianapolis, IN 46260
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    BEGINNING WATERCOLOR CLASS with Jo Atkinson Belmont.

    *If you are interested in this class, please join the "Waitlist". More spots may become available, and another session may be offered thank you for your interest!

    This four-hour class will cover the basics of transparent watercolor painting. Items that will be discussed and used will include watercolor paints, brushes, paper, palettes, other tools used in watercolor, and techniques of application.

    Students will be involved in learning how to mix paints, paint the color wheel, color charts, different washes, application of techniques, and painting a simple object. Concentration will be focused on learning how to control the paint, how to mix the paint, and how to apply the paint. 

    A “finished painting” will not be the desired end of this class, but this class will prepare each student to continue their watercolor pursuit. This workshop is open to adults and teens ages 14 and up. You do not need to be a member of The Watercolor Society to attend!

    Supply List for this Workshop

      • 2 full sheets of 140 lb. paper (22 x 30) cut into halves (Arches, Fabriano, Saunders, Bockingford, Stonehenge, Canson Moulin.)  Paper quality is the single most important part of successful watercolor results.
      • Watercolor paint in tubes (no pan cakes please): reds, yellows, blues, greens (preferably brands such as Winsor Newton, Daniel Smith, Sennelier, Schminke, Graham, Holbein, or Qor.  
      • Brushes - rounds with good points, sizes 2,4, 6 and a mop brush, flat brush, or bigger brush for washes (synthetics are fine, just no plastic fiber brushes). Anything that you already have and like.
      • Palette - something that has some wells and flat areas for mixing.
      • Painting board - something like a piece of thin masonite, sheet of plastic, drawing board, etc. that is slightly bigger than your half sheet of paper.
      • Two water jars.
      • Pencil, ruler, and a pair of scissors.
      • Jar of masking fluid (rubber cement can be used if you don't want the expense of masking fluid and don't think you will ever use it again).
      • Roll of masking tape.

      Learn more about Artist and Instructor Jo Atkinson Belmont


      B.S. in Education, Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, Illinois Major: Art Education’. Minor: Art History

      M.S. in Art Education, Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana


      Art teacher and Chairman of the Art Department

      Mt. Vernon Community High School, Fortville, Indiana


      Fulbright Hayes Grant to study Art and Art History in Belgium and Holland


      Watercolor Society of Indiana

      Indiana Artists Club

      Hoosier Salon

      Hoosier Heritage Arts

      Irvington Art League

      Kentucky Watercolor Society

      Greater Cincinnati Watercolor Society

      American Watercolor Society

      Transparent Watercolor Society of American

      Northwest Watercolor Society

      National Watercolor Society

      About the Artist:

      Born and raised in Indiana, I was lucky enough to grow up having parents and grandparents who appreciated art. My paternal grandmother was an oil painter and my maternal grandmother like to do botanical drawings. I have been drawing since I can remember. I took as many art classes as I could in high school and went on to major in art in college. It was in college that I took my first formal watercolor class with Dr. Lynn E. Trank.

      From then on I was hooked on watercolor.   Later in life I took a class at the then Indianapolis Art League and studied with Shirley Werner Carr. My two artistic loves have been watercolor and clay. Early on I painted in a very abstract style, experimenting with paint and what it could do. As I have aged, my style has become more realistic to the point of hyper-realistism. I love detail, detail, detail, and high contrast of light and the play of light on objects. The dramatic lighting of the Baroque period in art history, combined with the infinite detail used by the 16th century Dutch and Flemish painters are characteristics that inspire me and I try to incorporate in my work.

      I taught at Mt. Vernon High School, Fortville, Indiana, for 31 years. It was a wonderful time and one of my greatest pleasures as a teacher is to see the trail of art educators, illustrators, photographers, graphic artists, and professional artists who have followed in my wake. In 2006 my husband and I retired to Mexico, where we lived for six years. There I devoted myself to art full time. To be an artist in Mexico is quite a different experience than in the U.S. In Mexico I worked in clay, being inspired by the ancient Mesoamerican cultures. I created over twenty full sized handbuilt ceramic masks based on myths and legends of the ancient cultures of that country. I also painted during that time, switching from one medium to the other.

      Since 2012 we have been back in the U.S. and watercolor has been my primary medium. My subjects range from florals, still life, landscapes, and occasionally animals. Visual art remains the strongest contender in how I share my thoughts and experiences. I think of my work as remembrances in time, of places I have traveled, of encountered experiences and beauty. I enjoy painting the ordinary in hopes the viewer will pause and notice things that are often overlooked. The intrigue of simple things is often lost to many. I like to challenge myself to create complex and beautiful images with simple subjects.

      Painting for me is not just about technique and abilities but getting pleasure from the process and the final project, starting with the things and places I have enjoyed. That is what drives me to paint. Paint gives a voice to images without the use of words.

      Salsa Verde by Jo Belmont

      • Tuesday, July 05, 2022
      • 9:00 AM
      • Second Presbyterian Church, 7700 N. Meridian St., Indianapolis, IN 46260

      Watercolor - All Levels Download this description and supply list here: Ken Call Workshop Description July 2022.pdf

      July 5-8, 2022. 9:00 am to 4:00 pm each day. Break for lunch. 4-day Workshop Price: $400 for 2022 WSI Members. $460 for Non-Members. 

      Learn to paint dynamic, colorful, figures and portraits under the guidance of an accomplished expert. Based on an intimate dance of light and color, Ken will show you how to bring your paintings to life while using your own personal vision and experiences. Comprehensive portrait and figure painting will be featured in a relaxed and enjoyable atmosphere. You will have the opportunity to work with your own personal favorite subject matter as well as reference photos provided by the instructor. One day during the week, you will work with a live model (clothed/draped).  The live model session is designed to help you work faster, capture gesture, and distill the subject matter down to simple elements.  Ken will show how easy it is to draw/paint from a live subject.

      There will be daily demos and plenty of one-on-one instruction for all who desire. At the end of each day, you will have the opportunity to share your work with Ken and the class for review and discussion.

      Ken has achieved signature status in AWS, NWS, MTWS, MOWS, IWS along with becoming a TWSA Master in 2017. He has won numerous awards including twenty Best in Shows, and his work has been featured in Watercolor Artist and American Artist Watercolor.

      “Starting in art school and all thru my early years as an illustrator I was encouraged to paint in many different mediums and styles. I tried them all but, in the end, I settled on watercolor. The spontaneity and flow just fit my personality and style. What I look for and strive to achieve can only be captured in this wonderful medium. The beautiful play of light and shadows, especially on and around the human figure, is what draws me in and gives me my inspiration.”


      WSI workshops are held at the Second Presbyterian Church (7700 N. Meridian Street, Indy 46260) in Indianapolis, IN.  This is a very large church with wonderful accommodations – and plenty of parking.  We suggest you use some kind of rolling cart to carry in your supplies (as you will have to walk from the large parking lot into the church, take an elevator, and go down a hallway to arrive at the workshop space).  We will have some rolling carts available to help when you arrive (but we don’t have enough for everyone).

      Each artist will have their own 8-foot table and plenty of room to safely social distance.  All demos can be viewed on large screen monitors from your table, or you can pull your chair up close to see Ken as he paints.  All demos are played back during the workshop for viewing again – so you can capture a technique after the demo is complete.  To get a sense of the room and space, you can look on our website for pictures of our past workshops. Truly, you will be impressed with the space, cleanliness, light, and technology offered at Second Presbyterian church (a wonderful partner and supporter of the arts).

      You will have access to a refrigerator and kitchen area to store your lunch or snacks.  WSI provides coffee, tea, and water (participants are encouraged to bring snacks to share with the group).  Daily, someone will pick up lunch orders at MacAlisters (about a mile from our workshop location).  Menus will be provided – we ask that you call & order your lunch for pickup and our volunteer will bring it to you.

      ·       Check out the workshop location:

      ·       Check out the Food Menu at:  McAlister's Deli Park Meridian | Deli Restaurant & Sandwich Shop Near Me (

      ·       Previous workshop pictures:  Watercolor Society of Indiana - Workshops

      Ken Call - Materials List - Here is a list of the paints, brushes, paper etc. that Ken will be using. Whatever you bring, just make sure that it is of good quality.

      Paper: At this time Ken uses 300 lb. arches cold or hot press. Any weight that you are most comfortable with should do just fine. If your paper requires stretching, it might be a good idea to do beforehand. Please bring enough paper for you to complete at least 4 paintings and extra for redo’s. You can trim them to any size you feel comfortable working with.

      Paint: Ken almost exclusively uses Winsor and Newton. However, has recently discovered Daniel Smith and M. Graham. Just be sure your paints are professional grade. Following is a list of Winsor and Newton colors I use: 

      ·       Yellow Ochre

      ·       Cad. Yellow

      ·       Cad. Red

      ·       Burnt Sienna

      ·       Alizarin Crimson

      ·       Burnt Umber

      ·       Raw Umber

      ·       Winsor Green

      ·       Cerulean Blue

      ·       Ultramarine Blue

      ·       Winsor Violet

      ·       Olive Green

      ·       Sap Green

      Brushes: Please bring a variety of sizes of brushesspecifically half inch and one-inch flats. An even larger flat for large areas will also come in handy. I use mostly flats for my paintings and smaller rounds for details.

      Misc:  Bring the supplies you use most often, Ken suggests:

      ·       Water container

      ·       paper towels

      ·       mixing palette

      ·       spray bottle

      ·       tape

      ·       gator board, tabletop easel (or other support) if you prefer not to paint flat (helps support your work)

      ·       Pencils and eraser

      Bring Artwork:

      Please bring some finished art for me to look at with you. Anything that you want to show me and perhaps critique is highly recommended. I hope this helps! If you have any questions, please feel free to e-mail me

      Portraits by Ken Call - Portraits by Ken Call (

      • Saturday, July 09, 2022
      • 1:00 PM
      • Second Presbyterian Church, 7700 N. Meridian St., Indianapolis, IN 46260
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      You are invited to meet international watercolor artist Ken Call on Saturday, July 9, 2022. Ken will be painting a live demonstration with watercolors. 

      Ken has achieved signature status in AWS, NWS, MTWS, MOWS, IWS along with becoming a TWSA Master in 2017. He has won numerous awards including twenty Best in Shows, and his work has been featured in Watercolor Artist and American Artist Watercolor.

      RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED. As a 2022 WSI Member your ticket is FREE!  Tickets are available for guests, family members, friends, and the general public for $10 each.

      We look forward to this unique opportunity and hope you will join us!

      • Friday, August 05, 2022
      • Saturday, September 24, 2022
      • Newfields/Indianapolis Museum of Art

      The 40th Annual WSI Juried Exhibit

      Newfields/Indianapolis Museum of Art 4000 N. Michigan Rd., Indianapolis, IN 46208

      August 5, 2022 - September 24, 2022.

      This competition is open to Indiana Residents with a 2022 WSI Membership.  Artist Ken Call, AWS, NWS, TWSA MS is this year's juror.  He will choose 45 paintings to display in the exhibit. Monetary awards are given to his top 10 picks. Each member may submit up to 2 paintings. 

      Entry Fee $35 for one entry. $45 for two entries.   Download Juried Exhibit Prospectus Here. Register online or print and mail entry form from the prospectus with USB drive.


      May 6, 2022 - Deadline for entries. 

      June 6, 2022 - Email Juror Notification Letters (accepted/not accepted) to all applicants. 

      June 13 to June 30, 2022Selected paintings must be delivered to WSI office between 8:00 am and 5:00 pm Monday through Friday.

      July 11, 2022 - Award Winners will be contacted.

      Aug. 7, 2022 - Juried Exhibit Opening Reception Awards Ceremony at Newfields/IMA at 2:00 pm.

      Aug. 5 to Sept. 24, 2022Exhibition open to the public at Indianapolis Museum of Art at Newfields

      Sept. 25, 2022 - Painting Pick Up 1:00 pm-3:00 pm.


      All entries are to be submitted with the understanding that accepted work may be photographed or videotaped for educational and/or publicity purposes. All accepted images will be included on the WSI website.


      • Digital file must be in JPG format. The image resolution must be at least 300 dpi.
      • No digital enhancement is allowed.
      • The image must be oriented correctly. (Vertical or Horizontal)
      • Crop the image to exclude the mat and frame.
      • Save the image with your name, entry (“A” or “B”), 2022 and the painting title. Example: Smith_John_A_2022_Flower.jpg.
      • Entry form and payment or online submission must be received before the digital images will be processed.
      • The image you submit is the same file printed in the catalog if accepted into the exhibit,


      The Juried Exhibit competition is open to current paid 2022 members of the Watercolor Society of Indiana only.

      • Artists may submit either one or two paintings. If an artist enters two paintings, only one painting can be selected by the juror for the exhibition.
      • No triptychs or diptychs will be accepted.
      • All entries must be the original concept and execution of the artist. No copies of paintings or published photographs will be accepted.
      • No work produced in class or under the tutelage of an instructor will be accepted.
      • No work previously exhibited in ANY JURIED SHOW in Indiana will be accepted. This includes competitions such as the Indiana State Fair, SALI, IAC, IHA, or Hoosier Salon.
      • Work must have been executed with water based medium. Pastels and charcoal may be used only to enhance or embellish the watercolor. Collage is acceptable but all elements must be painted by the artist – no preprinted or computer-generated images.
      • The size limitation is 42” x 36” in any direction, including the frame. No exceptions per Indianapolis Museum of Art at Newfields rules.
      • All work must be matted and framed under glass or plexiglass. Plexiglass is preferred for all artwork and is required if metal frames are used. A simple gallery-quality frame is highly recommended. A white or neutral mat is strongly recommended. The mat should be at least 3 inches wide (4 inches wide is preferred on larger paintings).
      • Strap hangers with a wire are required. Sawtooth hangers will not be accepted.
      • Titles and prices will be listed as they appear on the entry forms. No changes will be made after entry forms are received. 
      • No further work can be done on a painting once it is accepted. The painting will not be accepted if it is different from the original image submitted.
      • Each accepted painting must have a completed WSI Exhibit 2022 Painting Tag (see last page) attached to the back of the painting when it is delivered.
      • If someone other than you or your area representative will be picking up your painting at the end of the show, you must email the WSI Director with the name of the designated individual. ID may be required upon painting pickup. Note that there will be a $45 charge for any painting not picked up by 3:00 pm September 25 by either the artist, the Area Representative or the individual designated to the WSI Director. Paintings may be claimed at the WSI office when the $45 fee is paid. Unclaimed paintings become the property of WSI 60 Days after the pickup date of the exhibit.


      WSI will award as many cash awards as the 2022 Awards Fund will support.


      All sales will be conducted through the WSI office. WSI will keep a 30% commission on each sale.


      The entrant agrees to provide his/her Social Security number to the WSI office upon request for the purpose of WSI’s tax return if an entrant receives $600 or more in sales and/or awards per year from WSI.


      If a painting is accepted and shipped instead of delivered in person, it must be crated and delivered to the WSI office by 5:00pm Friday, June 30th. The WSI office will return unsold paintings in the same packaging in which they were received. The artist must set up an account with FedEx or UPS so that all shipping costs are prepaid. The artist will also be charged a $60 handling and transport fee. If you have a question, please contact the WSI office at (317) 814-6194.


      Watercolor Society of Indiana, Indianapolis Museum of Art at Newfields and transporters will exercise diligent and reasonable care, but they will not be responsible for any loss or damage to any work. Broken glass must be replaced by the artist. By signing the entry forms the artist assumes all risks. If you are concerned about the risk of loss or damage, we suggest you insure your painting.


      Please contact Juried Exhibit Chair Tim Lewis or the Executive Director Tanya Roberts with questions via the Membership Directory at

      • Sunday, August 07, 2022
      • 2:00 PM
      • Newfields/Indianapolis Museum of Art

      DeBoest Lecture Hall at Newfields/Indianapolis Museum of Art

      Awards given to the top 10 paintings as chosen by this year's juror, Ken Call, AWS, NWS, MTWS, MOWS, IWS, TWSA.

      Stay after the ceremony to view this exclusive, juried exhibit. Get directions and more information about the museum at 

      This is event is free and open to the public. Hope to see you there!

      • Saturday, October 01, 2022
      • Sunday, October 30, 2022
      • Art Gallery at City Hall. 1 Municipal Dr., Fishers, IN 46038
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      More details to follow! This exhibit is free and open to the first 50 WSI Members that register. 

      Contact the Fishers Art Council or visit for more information. Thank you to the Fishers Art Council for this opportunity!

      Mission: The Watercolor Society of Indiana seeks to educate Indiana residents about the discipline of the watercolor medium through exhibits, juried competitions, classes, discussions, demonstrations, outreach programs, and community service. 

      • Wednesday, October 05, 2022
      • 9:00 AM
      • Second Presbyterian Church, 7700 N. Meridian St., Indianapolis, IN 46260

      How to Keep Spontaneity Alive in Your Painting 3-Day Workshop with Iain Stewart, AWS, NWS

      October 5-7, 2022. 9:00 am to 4:00 pm each day. Break for lunch. 3-day Workshop Price: $390 for 2022 WSI Members. $450 for Non-Members. 

      Together we will cover all aspects of how I work to keep my paintings lively and gestural. It’s quite easy to get bogged down in detail and for me the perfect tool is the sketchbook. We will work both in our books and on traditional watercolor paper covering a range of subject matter and scenes. I believe that a workshop without the worry of success typically leads just there. Learn how to let go of the fear of ruining a painting and take true joy in your work. I will share my process to begin drawing with confidence, painting quickly, and breaking a painting down into understandable steps that you can repeat on your own. I typically cover how to treat painting water scenes, landscapes, and the urban environment in all of my workshops. My interest in these subjects is how man’s hand has touched the earth and how my sense of “place” is explored. I find this practice to be unique to everyone and it is my intention to help you find your own artistic voice. We will cover design, drawing, painting techniques, and finally an understandable way to put them all together. As an instructor I do not like to “pull rabbits out of hats.” I want you to understand my motivation at every stage of the process so that you can decide how you may choose to incorporate some of my techniques in your own work. I believe a good workshop begins with a foundation built on freedom of fear and the importance of pushing yourself to new levels of expression. A workshop should not be about the instructor stunning you with their own work. It is about your experience. A truly great workshop will lead to you being surprised at what you are capable of and invigorated to explore further. Intermediate to advanced. More info and supply list at:


      • Saturday, October 08, 2022
      • 12:30 PM
      • Second Presbyterian Church, 7700 N. Meridian St., Indianapolis, IN 46260
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      You are invited to meet international watercolor artist Iain Stewart on Saturday, October 8, 2022. Iain will be painting a live demonstration with watercolors, following a brief General Membership Meeting. Please be in your seats by 12:30pm. Second Presbyterian Church, 7700 N. Meridian, Indianapolis, IN 46260.

      RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED. As a 2021 WSI Member your ticket is FREE!  Tickets are available for guests, family members, friends, and the general public for $10 each.

      We look forward to this unique opportunity and hope you will join us!

    Past events

    Saturday, May 14, 2022 Opening Reception and Luncheon for Membership Exhibit
    Monday, May 02, 2022 Donate Art & Items to WSI Silent Auction ColorVision2022
    Friday, April 08, 2022 The Opening Reception for WSI Exhibit at WVAA
    Thursday, April 07, 2022 WSI Exhibit at Whitewater Valley Art Association Art Gallery
    Sunday, March 20, 2022 General Membership Meeting
    Saturday, February 26, 2022 How to Upload Photos to the WSI Website.
    Tuesday, February 15, 2022 Lentz Scholarship Application
    Thursday, November 04, 2021 WSI Art Gallery at City Hall in Fishers
    Saturday, October 23, 2021 WSI Membership Meeting and Keiko Tanabe Demonstration
    Wednesday, October 20, 2021 Capture Light & Atmosphere 3-Day Workshop with Keiko Tanabe, AWS, NWS
    Tuesday, August 10, 2021 Virtual "Closer Look" with Newfields/IMA
    Sunday, August 08, 2021 WSI Juried Exhibit Opening Reception and Awards Ceremony
    Friday, August 06, 2021 WSI Annual Juried Exhibit
    Saturday, July 10, 2021 Paul Jackson Special Presentation
    Tuesday, July 06, 2021 Paul Jackson Workshop
    Monday, June 14, 2021 Executive Board Meeting June 14 at 10:00 am.
    Monday, June 14, 2021 Juried Show Painting Drop Off 6/14-6/30
    Saturday, May 01, 2021 Stephen Edwards Workshop
    Monday, April 19, 2021 (copy) WSI Board Meeting
    Monday, April 19, 2021 WSI Board Meeting
    Saturday, March 13, 2021 Watercolor Get Together
    Saturday, February 13, 2021 Dale Popovich Workshop

    Karen Fehr, Rainbow Coconuts

    Calendar of Events



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