Kansas Watercolor Society 1998 7-State Exhibition
From left to right:Charles Novich, Omaha, NE, Two Houses #1, Ivan McDougal, San Antonio, TX, Conversation at Olson's, Betty Ross, Colorado Springs, CO, Jasmine and Aphrodite, Jonathan Knight, Edwardsville, KS, Study of Woman V.
From left to right: Martin Rotach, Kansas City, MO, A Summer's Song, Hugh Greer, Wichita, KS, Indian Paintbrush, Wilbur Elsea, Wichita, KS, Shutters and Shadows, Michael Nicholson, Wichita, KS, Medicine Park.
The Wichita Art Museum will host the Kansas Watercolor Society 7-State Exhibition from June 28 through August 30, 1998. Organized by the Kansas Watercolor Society, this annual competition is open to artists working in Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas. Entries must be executed on paper in a water-based medium, such as watercolor, gouache, acrylic, and mixed media.
The 1998 Exhibition is underwritten in part by Emprise Bank, the Kansas Arts Commission, Wichita Greyhound Charities, and the Wichica Art Museum.
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