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Hawai'i Watercolor Society - Workshop: How to Frame and Present Your Artwork
Aloha e everyone! Our members juried show is coming up soon and we are offering a free workshop on how to frame and present your artwork.
•Ever wonder if acid free materials really matters?
•Ever wonder why there is paper on the back of a professionally framed piece?
•Ever open up a frame to replace the artwork and discover a brown halo on your artwork?
•What can you do if you notice foxing or rust spots on your watercolor??
You can find out the answer to this and more if you attend!
Free to HWS members.
RSVP with an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with a message: YES, I am coming to Feb 23 workshop.
$30 for non members. Send payment to Julie McIntyre at 611 N Kainalu Drive, Kailua HI 96734.
Limited space so RSVP now!
Sunday February 23
Workshop: How to Frame and Present Your Artwork
hosted by Diane Ko,
owner of Art Source & Designs
212 Monohua, Honolulu 96819
The Hawaii Watercolor Society is open to anyone interested in the art of watercolor. Our mission is to nurture and stimulate interest in water media through education, exhibitions, and collaboration with other organizations, associations, and individuals.
All HWS members receive a monthly newsletter in the mail. The HWS Newsletter is a great source of information for shows, watercolor workshops, paint outs, and exhibitions.
Annual membership dues are $40 dollars a year. To join us, please download membership application form print out, fill in and mail with enclosed check.
The Hawaii Watercolor Society was founded in 1962 by Hon Chew Hee. He was honored as Artist of the Year by the Hawaii State Legislature in 1986. In 1987, the Society dedicated it's 25th Silver Jubilee Exhibition to him. Given Honorary Life Membership in recognition of his service to the society, Hon Chew Hee passed away in 1993. In his memory, a Best in Show award is given at the biannual Hawaii Watercolor Society's shows.
In 1991, in recognition of their long service to our organization, HWS gave Honorary Life Membership status to Karin Latham and Jeanne Robertson.
In 2004, in recognition of their long service as Workshop Chairs, HWS gave Honorary Life Membership status to Helen C. Iaea and Rita J. Gustie.
To contact the Hawaii Watercolor Society for further questions, visit:
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To nurture and stimulate interest in water media through education, exhibitions, and collaboration with other organizations, associations, and individuals. Hawai'i Watercolor Society Annual Open Exhibition at Marks Garage 10/3/2014
1159 Nuuanu Avenue, Honolulu, HI (View Map)
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