Arts Council to Present Watercolor Exhibit

Watercolor Society of North Carolina Opening Reception is March 1

LENOIR – The Caldwell Arts Council (CAC) is pleased to host a showcase of artwork by western region members of the Watercolor Society of North Carolina.

An opening reception will be held Friday evening, March 1 from 5 until 7. The reception will be hosted by the Caldwell County Schools Association of Educational Office Professionals (CCSAEOP). The exhibition will continue through March 30.


Ann Visilik

The exhibit is free and open to the public.

The Watercolor Society of North Carolina, Inc. (WSNC) is a non-profit art organization founded to encourage and recognize professional and artistic excellence through competitions and by elevating standards in water media to increase the visibility and stature of watercolor as an artistic medium.

WSNC strives to strengthen and promote watercolor throughout the state by hosting workshops featuring nationally recognized artists, by sponsoring juried exhibitions, and by educating artists, collectors, art enthusiasts, and the people of North Carolina through informational programs. Programs and activities provide stimulating interaction and technical information to watercolor artists from the novice to the professional.

The Caldwell Arts Council presents the arts in all its forms to the people of Caldwell County. Located at 601 College Avenue in Lenoir, the CAC is open Tuesday through Friday from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. It is also open on Saturday from 10 a.m until 2 p.m. and other times for special events, such as Poetry Lenoir. Contact them at 828-754-2486 or on the web.

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