American Watercolor Society 135th ExhibitionThis painting of Mark's first wife Glenda toured the country with the traveling portion of the American Watercolor Society's 135th Exhibition in 2002-2003.
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About the American Watercolor Society
The American Watercolor Society started in New York on December 5th, 1866. Through its over 130 year history they have encouraged and developed the watercolor painting community through events and gatherings and specifically through its annual exhibitions. The Annual Exhibition of the American Watercolor Society is an exhibition juried by Signature Members who have been elected by the membership. It has been the purpose of the Society to promote the art of watercolor painting and to exhibit annually works from the best contemporary watercolorists. The annual exhibition is open to all artists working in water soluble media on paper. For more information visit the American Watercolor Society.
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