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46th Annual Members Exhibition Award Winners
Carla Gauthier, Chicken on the Bone, NOLA
Gay Paratore, The Duesenberg
Karen Lindeman, Blue Mood
Connie Bosworth, Happy Little Boats
Kirby Attwell, Ancient Script
Welcome to WAS-H
Promoting watercolor art through our gallery exhibits, painting classes and artistic enrichment.
Our state of the art gallery and classroom is nestled in the heart of Houston's Museum District.
Membership is open to the beginner, professional, and art enthusiast. Learn more about benefits HERE
Parking is available in our parking lot and on surrounding neighborhood streets. Parking is available at the Menil Collection parking lot only on Monday and Tuesday. Please do not park at the Menil Collection parking lot on other days, it is reserved for their visitors.
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Welcome to Watercolor Art Society-Houston
Founded in 1975, the Watercolor Art Society – Houston (WAS-H) is a non-profit organization with over 600 members. For over 40 years, WAS-H has brought the excitement of water-media to the greater Houston area with outstanding exhibitions, world-class instruction and dedicated community outreach. Year-round opportunities are provided to every level of painter, from novice to the seasoned expert. Art lovers are invited to enjoy year-round exhibitions in our gallery in the Museum District.
The purpose of the Watercolor Art Society-Houston is to further the cause and interest in watermedia art through teaching, programs, demonstrations, outreach and exhibitions.
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Parking is available in our parking lot and on surrounding neighborhood streets. Parking is available at the Menial Collection parking lot only on Monday and Tuesday. Please do not park at the Menil Collection parking lot on other days, it is reserved for their visitors.