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Canadian Society of Painters in Watercolour: Renewal Art Show

Accessible Event

Date & Time:

May 7 to June 12; 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., last admission is 7 p.m.

Location:

RBG Centre (680 Plains Rd W)

Types:

Art in the Gardens, Drop In, Exhibitions

Length:

At Your Leisure

Admission:

Included with General Admission, Included with Membership

Event Description

Western Ontario Regional Water-Media Juried Show

The Canadian Society of Painters in Watercolour (CSPWC) is pleased to present the Western Ontario Regional Water-Media Juried Show, featuring paintings by CSPWC elected members and associates. This exhibit showcases the breadth of talent of Western Ontario and provides artists with a unique opportunity to share their work with a larger audience. The show title “renewal” seemed like the perfect fit for our first in-person exhibition following the challenges of the past two years.

We invite you to enjoy this show that features 41 original watercolour paintings. Don’t forget to cast your vote for the People’s Choice Award.

Thank you for all in the Western Ontario Region who have submitted paintings and a special thank you for all the volunteers who have made this show possible.

Find it on the second floor of RBG Centre (stairs and elevator available near the Greenhouse Café)

The show will be available online through CSPWC after June 12 for your viewing pleasure.

Watercolour painting titled "Snack Time" by artist Bev Morgan
Snack Time, Bev Morgan
Watercolour painting titled "Country Dining" by artist Shelley Prior
Country Dining, Shelley Prior
Watercolour painting titled "Colour of Light" by Nancy Moreau
The Colour of Light, Nancy Moreau
Watercolour painting titled "Serenity" by artist Carol Hughes
Serenity, Carol Hughes

Title image: Chance Encounter, Len Hughes

Canadian Society of Painters in Watercolour logo

Canadian Society of Painters in Water Colour

The Canadian Society of Painters in Watercolour (CSPWC) was founded in 1925 by some of the most illustrious artists in Canadian art history who passionately believed in the importance of watercolour as a medium.  The CSPWC encourages experimentation while honouring the transparent tradition of this medium. 

Admission & Parking

Free parking is available on site at RBG Centre.