The Royal Watercolour Society Open Competition 2013

The successful entries are on show at Bankside Gallery, 48 Hopton Street, London SE1 9JH, until the 3 March, from 11-6 every day.

You can also see the Prizewinners.

The exhibition shows a wide variety of subject matter and style – this is what makes it so interesting. It also reflects the work of the Royal Watercolour Society – the Members ( I am proud to be one of this elite band ) are very diverse in their sources of inspiration and the way that they translate this to paper. Figurative, abstract, immaculate, dynamic, interiors, city scape, landscape, still life – the one thing we have in common is that we use a water based  medium on a paper based support.

Go and look at the show and also come to our Spring Exhibition 22 March -20 April

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About northoneartist

I live in London, I can see the top of the Shard from my window. I like making things and I mainly produce paintings which I exhibit and sell if the right person comes along!
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One Response to The Royal Watercolour Society Open Competition 2013

  1. Milena Renshaw says:

    Jill, I was just reminded about the open exhibition of the RWC which closes on 3 March, this sunday. I’m thinking of going on Saturday for 11ish …. and then it’s already nearly time for the Spring exhibition. You must be very, ver busy

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