April 9, 2018

The Watercolorists

The Southern Arizona Watercolor guild offers pleinair painting outings, group painting sessions, educational outreach and even has a public gallery where members can show their work.
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Watercolor is a painting technique in which the color pigments are suspended in water-based solution. It’s one of the most ancient forms of human expression, but gained popularity as a medium in the Renaissance. In Tucson, the Southern Arizona Watercolor guild is dedicated to advancing the artform regionally. The group has over 350 members and celebrated it’s 50th anniversary in 2018. It offers pleinair painting outings, group painting sessions, educational outreach and even has a public gallery where members can show their work.

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