Philadelphia Water Color Society

     

IMPORTANT NOTICE: The 2016 PWCS Exhibition of Works on Paper online submission process is now open with entries  accepted online through midnight on Friday, June 10.  

 

The 116th PWCS Exhibition will be held in West Chester University's John H. Baker Gallery in the E.O. Bull Center on the West Chester University Campus.


2016 Online Member's Show

 

Award Winners Announced!


From Juror Birgit O'Connor:


I would like to thank the Philadelphia Water Color Society for inviting me to be your judge and juror. With so many talented artists it was truly a difficult decision to choose the award winners.

The judging began by observing each artists painting in detail, then looking for the strongest paintings and then a process of elimination, and at times some of those that were eliminated were added back in. I chose the award winners because of their confidence in the stroke, if their painting had a story, technical ability and if the artist the conveyed emotion.

I think we have a great show and thank you all for entering and again congratulations all.

Birgit O'Connor

 

First Prize:  Richard ResselA Touch of Orange

Second Prize:  Mick McAndrews - Cape Daze 

Third Prize:  Denny Bond - Once Upon a Time

 

Merit Awards


Wendy McClatchy - Sur la table 

Susan Weintraub - Midday Traffic 

Amy Schade - Inattendu

Wendy Scheirer - Field Daisies 

Barbara Yoerg - Confusion 


Honorable Mention


Allan Hill - 52nd StreetJazz 

William McAllister - Big 5 Avalon 

Denise Athanas - Galaxy 

Donald Leong - Bondsville Mill Fall

Patty Schwarz - Escape to Paradise 

Gwynn DiPilla - Geisha Girl 

Elizabeth Oberman - In the Zone 

Angela Barbalace - Laundry Day 

Peter Smith - Phoebe 

Jane deGruchy - Sun Worshipers 


Congratulations!

 

 

 

 

    

The Philadelphia Water Color Society was founded in 1900 to offset the then common exhibition prejudice against watercolor. Chartered in 1922 as a corporation, it continued its mission of furthering works on paper (including all water media, pastel, charcoal, pencil, and hand pulled prints) by offering artists the opportunities to exhibit, and to offer the public a chance to learn about these media through professionally juried exhibitions. learn more

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June 01, 2016 (EDT) • Historic Sugartown, Malvern, PA
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September 06, 2016 (EDT) • West Chester University



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