402 W 8th
Georgetown, TX 78626
There are so many things blooming in our lives again. We have a new appreciation of our relationships and the things that surrounded us. Nature has shown its resilience. Trees are growing straight and tall baring new leaves. Even the wildflowers are starting to explode. It is an exciting time to see life re-start in front of us.
We are anxious to see how each of our artists express the happiest part of re-opening in watercolor.
Submit up to three images. 1MB or less each.
Send your information to Helen Green firstname.lastname@example.org
Title, unframed painting size, price or NFS.
- Open to all current members of Waterloo Watercolor Group. Go to: waterloowatercolor to join.
- No fee to enter.
- Entries must be original and not copied from another artist’s work, photographs, or publications.
- Work may not be based on or directly derived from reference materials created or arranged by others, even if with permission, royalty-free or not copyrighted.
- All accepted work must remain at Georgetown Library for the duration of the exhibition.
Media and Substrates
- Watercolor, gouache, acrylics, egg tempera and casein paints as well as watercolor pencils, crayons and water-soluble inks are accepted.
- Mediums, gels, gesso and other painting supplements may be used. Pastels, gold and silver leaf are acceptable as long as water-based medium is dominant. No water-based oils.
- Collage is acceptable using hand-painted white papers painted with water-based media.
- Acceptable papers/supports include cotton rag, oriental papers, synthetic paper (Yupo), watercolor canvas and any kind of coated paper or board. Waxed watercolors accepted.
- Presentation is important. If mats are used, work should be glazed with acrylic, no glass.
- D hooks preferred but screw eyes accepted on narrow frames. No saw tooth hangers.
- Label paintings on the back with name of artist, title, price and contact information.
Contacts for Questions
Helen Green email@example.com
Lynn Zwern firstname.lastname@example.org