The WAS-H classroom & gallery are open at select times. Please read our COVID policy HERE prior to visiting in person. Our virtual classes and online shows continue, and are filled with opportunities for learning and exhibits.


WAS-H hosts two major workshops each year with visiting artists. The workshops are held in conjunction with the Annual International Exhibition in March and the Annual Members Exhibit in October. The visiting artist is also the juror for the corresponding exhibit.  

The benefit to members is a nationally known artist comes to WAS-H so members don't need to travel to take a workshop from a favorite artist. On occasion, WAS-H is able to secure additional visiting artists to offer a workshop in another time of the year.

SEE OUR LIST OF UPCOMING MAJOR WORKSHOPS WITH VISITING ARTISTS:
  • October 2021: Kim Minichiello
    • October 4-6: Bold and Dynamic Watercolor with Kim Minichiello Click HERE to register
    • October 7-8: Achieving Textural Effects in Watercolor with Kim Minichiello  Click HERE to register
  • March 2022: Mark Mahaffey
  • October 2022: Ryan Fox
  • March 2023: Brenda Swenson

October 4 - 8, 2021: Kim Minichiello

The juror for the 2021 Annual Members Exhibit (AME) at WAS-H will be Kim Minichiello

The 2021 AME will feature Kim Minichiello as juror for the show and workshop instructor. 

Kim is a sought after workshop instructor and juror, and teaches privately, online and in-person across the country and internationally. She is a member of numerous painting societies an holds Signature Membership with the American Watercolor Society (AWS), Florida Watercolor Society (FWS), Georgia Watercolor Society (GWS, Pennsylvania Watercolor Society (PWS) and Louisiana Watercolor Society (LWS). Her work is in numerous private collections in the US and abroad. 

We are thrilled to have Kim lead two workshops: a 2-day and a 3-day options here at WAS-H, October 4-8. You are invited to join one or both of Kim’s workshops, observing firsthand her demonstrations and learning her techniques in creating vibrant watercolor work. Visit her website at https://www.kimminichiello.com

Artist Statement

Visual story telling and attention to detail is my impetus in my career as a designer and continues to be the driving force in my work. My background in architecture and design, passion for travel, study of various cultures, and ongoing interest in botany influences my creative process. I've worked in a variety of mediums, but the lyrical nature of watercolor captivates me like no other. I'm inspired to push the limits of the medium to create bold and dynamic stories. 




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