2014 INFORMATION - Central Texas Watercolor Society
CTWS Mission Statement
The society will develop the education of its members and sponsor
exhibits to create public interest and better understanding of
watercolor as a significant art form and permanent painting medium.
Only $35 annual dues
Monthly CTWS newsletter
Opportunity to attend regular meetings with guest instructors or paint-in meetings for $10 fee per meeting attended
A free slide show featuring award-winning paintings from different regions and participation in a shared salad luncheon
critiques of member paintings and entry in a drawing for art related
prize (No painting of the month is available for May, August or
Reduced fee for multi-day workshops
Access to Logan mat cutter for preparation of mats and an over-sized light box
Option to display paintings in 4 annual exhibits at McLennan Community College and Carleen Bright Arboretum
Meetings and Workshops Unless
otherwise notified the regular monthly meetings begin at 9am and with
the exception of the September meeting which will begin at 10am. All
meeting will be held at The Episcopal Church of the Holy Spirit, 1624
Wooded Acres at the corner of Lake Haven and Wooded Acres in Waco.
You may unload at the rear of the building, but please comply with the churchs request to park in the front parking lot.
workshops may be held at The Episcopal Church of the Holy Spirit or The
Carleen Bright Arboretum in Waco and will begin at 9 AM and end at
approximately 3:30 PM. Our workrooms, at the church and Arboretum,
adjoin the kitchen where there is cold storage for sack lunches, a soft
drink machine, and microwave.
11, 1985, ten watercolorists met in the home of Dorothy Jester to
organize a painting society. Those in attendance served as the first
Board of Directors. They were: Dorothy Jester, Louise Hall*, Wally
Williams*, JoAnn McLeod, Mary Owen, Sara Lane Dyche*, Virginia Naman,
Joyce Curtis, Peggy Smith, and Madalene Wilhelm.
Central Texas Watercolor Society
P.O. Box 21686
Waco, Texas 76702-1686