Welcome to the Washington Water Color Association
Formerly called the Washington Water Color Club, the Washington Water Color Association is one of the oldest societies of professional artists and can trace its beginnings to the late 19th century.
Washington watercolorist and teacher, Marietta W. Andrews, originated the idea for such a society. The first meeting, March 28, 1806, was attended by 15 professional artists. The first exhibition, December 1896, had 134 works displayed at the Cosmos Club of Washington. Between 1897 and 1899, the Water Color Club exhibited at the Connecticut Avenue Gallery. More History »
2014 Membership Dues are Due by February 14, 2014
7006 Kodiak Drive
Manassas, VA. 20111
Millie Shott's Paintings on Display
Woman's National Democratic Club in an exhibition "Different Strokes"
November 22, 2013—February 28, 2014.
David Daniels Teaching a 15-Week Course, "Exploring Watercolor"
Plaza Art Rockville
January 30, 2014.
He is also offering a class, "Explore Watercolors with David Daniels" during the Amalfi Coast Music & Arts Festival in Maiori, Italy July 5—July 14, 2014. For details visit: www.mrwatercolor.com.
We will be jurying for new members in late February 2014. Persons interested in membership should contact:
Sylvia M. Jackson
7760 16th St. NW
Washington, DC 20012
Become a Member
To become a member, applicants must submit three framed paintings that have been in three juried shows within the past two or three years, accompanied with a biography which includes education and participation in other professinal organizations. The membership year begins the first of each year. More Membership Details »
2014 WWCA Calendar
The Gallery at Friendship Heights
March 2-30, 2014
Due: February 14, 2014
Jurying for New Members
For complete details on these events, please see WWCA Calendar.