Hawai`i Watercolor Society

 

The Hawai`i Watercolor Society was founded in 1962 by Hawai`i Artist Hon Chew Hee. Our aim as an organization is to nurture and stimulate interest in water media through education, exhibits, and collaboration with other organizations, associations and individuals.

The Hawai`i Watercolor Society sponsors two juried exhibits every year as well as a biennial curated show highlighting the work of our signature members. In addition, we host periodic sales, themed shows and community events.

In conjunction with our exhibits we offer two week long workshops each year featuring nationally recognized teaching artists. On an intermittent basis we sponsor shorter duration workshops on a variety of art-related topics.

 

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Two Watercolor Demonstrations with Seth Golden and Jean Pederson, nws

  • Ho'omaluhia Botanical Garden 45-680 Luluku Rd Kaneohe, HI, 96744 United States (map)

Each year HWS sponsors workshops that feature well-known painter-instructors from outside Hawai`i. These instructors share their techniques in a FREE demonstration with the general public, typically the Sunday before the start of the workshop. 

This year join Seth Golden at noon as he demonstrates Golden Artist Colors, a new revolutionary watercolor line called Qor, which allows for a higher pigment load and thus more vibrant colors.  Plan on coming early to get a good seat.  Free samples will be available to participants.

At 1:00 p.m. join watercolor artist Jean Pederson, NWS for an artist demo. Jean is our HWS Spring Workshop Instructor.