watercolor Archive

Stories Behind the Women in “A Sense of Herself”

The women Deborah Conn has portrayed on paper not only “speak” to us through strong color and composition, but also through their own narratives and stories which accompany each portrait. Read more →

Feeling the Way Around “Uncertainty”

We sat down with Jackie Saunders, winner of Best in Show for 2-D Figurative Work in the May Open Exhibit, to discuss her piece Uncertainty. Read more →

Deborah Conn Explores the Female Gaze

Watercolorist Deborah Conn's paintings of women, when hung, seem to be inviting you into conversation. Conn celebrates inner resilience and strength in “A Sense of Herself." Read more →

Amy Sabrin, In the Moment

"One day, when the trees were that amazing golden greeny mustard color, I said, I just have to stop and paint it — so I did!" Read more →

Sally Davies, Playing With Water and Dots

Does “playing with water” refer only to the children in the picture? Or could it also be that Sally Davies is enjoying experimenting with watercolor again? Read more →

Wen LePore’s Unplanned, Unpredictable Paintings

This is a typical painting for me: It came from a mistake or unpredictability. Read more →