WatercoloursWA Annual Awards Exhbition 2020
Opening Night 8 October @ 6.30pm – Italian Club Fremantle – FREE ENTRY
The exhibition continues on 9th, 10th (9am to 5pm) and 11th (9am to 4pm) at the Fremantle Italian Club. All paintings are for sale. Do come and check it out.
To wet your appetite for the Exhibition below is a preview of some of the paintings that will be on display at the Italian Club, Fremantle.
“Water baby” by June Sullivan. Have you ever heard whale song under water? June loves scuba diving and spring means humpbacks are migrating. A beautiful painting June and easy to see where you get your inspiration. The Watercolour Society’s Annual Awards Exhibition starts on 8th October at the Fremantle Italian Club until Sunday 11th. All paintings are for sale and there is free entry. Don’t miss it.
Tonight we admire Sandy Robertson’s admission to the Watercolour Society’s Annual Awards Exhibition. Sandy says inspiration for “sweet dreams” came from the hills approaching York. Painters from Perth would enter their works in the art and craft festival held in the town hall. Painters would take their kit and paint en plein air, then fossick through the second hand shops for bargains.
Here we admire one of Pam Eddy’s submissions to the Watercolour Society’s Annual Awards Exhibition. Pam has a property down south and spends time amongst these giant trees. Beautiful work Pam.
Here we admire Angela Wang’s submission to the Watercolour Society’s Annual Awards Exhibition Awards. Beautiful work Angela. Angela says she is fascinated and touched by facial expressions of people from different nationalities. Every face tells a different story, skin tones hair styles and costumes.
We admire Lucy Papalia’s submission into the innovative category at the Watercolour Society’s Annual Awards Exhibition. Her painting is innovative because inks and air gun were used. Beautiful work Lucy.
Some of our members only wish to reveal a small snippet of their paintings in the lead up to the exhibition. This is small photo of part of Marion Power’s submission for our Instagram campaign. Marion says that she loves plants and pots and together they make a beautiful still life. Gorgeous work Marion, looking forward to seeing the entire painting.
Sue Payne (the President of the Watercolour Society) presents her painting titled “Australian Icon” “We see them here, we see them there, but this little guy wanted to hang around and say hello on a recent trip to Margaret River. I just love their colouring, and haughty demeanour – a challenging subject but very satisfying to paint”. Beautiful work Sue. Can’t wait to see it in the exhibition.