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Invitation to Western Federation of Watercolor Societies 40th Annual Exhibition

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Museum of Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas.
The West Texas Watercolor Society is hosting the prestigious Western Federation of Watercolor Societies 40th Annual Exhibition – one of the largest shows involving Water Media west of the Mississippi. One hundred paintings were selected for the exhibit & awards, out of approximately 1000 entries, by Juror Linda Daly Baker, AWS, NWS.

  • Event: Western Federation of Watercolor Societies 40th Annual Exhibition.
  • When: From April 16 to July 15, 2015.
  • Time: Tuesday to Saturday, 10:00 am to 5:00 pm | Sunday 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm.
  • Place: Museum of Texas Tech University
  • FREE Admission.
  • Location: 3301 4th Street, Lubbock, Texas 79409 (see map below).

About Western Federation of Watercolor Societies (WFWS)

The New Mexico Watercolor Society through the foresight and work of Dr. David Gale (1915‑1980) founded the Western Federation of Watercolor Societies (WFWS). It is comprised of several societies of artists interested in watercolor painting who have formed a federation or union of their various societies located in the Western states. The twelve societies now included in the federation have a combined membership in excess of 5,000. Members include this year’s host, The West Texas Watercolor Society (Lubbock, TX), Arizona Watercolor Society, Colorado Watercolor Society, Idaho Watercolor Society, New Mexico Watercolor Society, Nevada Watercolor Society, Southern Arizona Watercolor Guild, San Diego Watercolor Society, Southwestern Watercolor Society, Texas Watercolor Society, Utah Watercolor Society, and Watercolor Society of Oregon.

Discover more about the Western Federation of Watercolor Societies on their website: www.wtws.org

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