Date(s) - November 12, 2021
The Watercolor and Graphic Arts Society of Mobile is one of the oldest arts organizations in the state of Alabama. The Society was an outgrowth of the celebrated Bayou Painters group. It began on June 5, 1948, as simply the “Watercolor Society of Mobile”, and was then open to Alabama artists only. There were originally twenty-two members, including Genevieve Southerland, Edmond deCelle, William Bush, and the late Bea Q. Tucker. Since then many well known and well respected artists have been members. Records indicate that “and Graphic Arts” was added in 1954. Today there are nearly one hundred members.
This Exhibition will be held through the month of November in the USA Student Center second floor gallery.
See the WGAS Facebook page for additional information. Or contact Ben Kaiser. email@example.com