Southwestern Watercolor Society art exhibit now in Library

About 40 watercolor art works by members of the Southwestern Watercolor Society (SWS) are now on display in the South Campus (main) Library. Topics include city streetscapes, nature scenes, portraits, animals, and abstracts. The works will remain on display through the end of the year. On Saturday, October 19, 2013, from 3 p.m. Р5 p.m., the Watercolor Society will be hosting a reception on the Main Floor of the South Campus (main) Library to open their art show.

Southwestern Watercolor Society, a non-profit organization celebrating its 50th anniversary, was founded in 1963 to promote fine arts in our community, and to provide artists with opportunities for education, exhibition, and interaction with other artists. SWS meets monthly, offering informational and educational demonstrations by local and nationally recognized artists.

Featured artworks from artists (L to R) by Pam Wilson, Anne Turner Beletic, and Teta Smith