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Summer Exhibition of the Royal Watercolour Society of Wales now open to the public



Sun 17th Jul 16
Sun 28th Aug 16
Royal Watercolour Society Of Wales Summer Exhibition
MWA is delighted to be hosting this important event. Important contemporary Welsh artists present a wide ranging exhibition where they individually explore and push the boundaries of this traditional form of painting with innovative techniques, materials and ways of looking.
The Royal Watercolour Society of Wales was formed by six like-minded artists, in Cardiff 1959. It now has around 40 members all professional artists living and working in Wales. Entry to the Society is by election, and in this way the Society maintains high standards of work as well as attracting new talent to its ranks.
The Society holds two exhibitions every year throughout Wales showing the landscape and life of Wales in all forms and these exhibitions are always varied, colourful and stimulating.
In 2007 The Society was honoured when the Prince of Wales agreed to become its Patron having exhibited with us for some years. A further honour followed in 2013 when Her Majesty the Queen agreed that the name of the Watercolour Society of Wales be changed to the Royal Watercolour Society.