Mid-Southern Watercolorists 51st Annual Exhibition in Hot Springs
Location: Hot Springs Convention Center, 134 Convention Blvd
The Mid-Southern Watercolorists 51st Annual Exhibition will be on display in the Main Concourse of the Hot Springs Convention Center, from March 5 until the end of June.
The exhibit will be open throughout April, Monday-Friday from 9am-4pm and closed on weekends. *Open Saturday, April 17th from 10am-2pm.
Mid-Southern Watercolorists (MSW) is a non-profit organization incorporated in Little Rock, Arkansas in 1970. It was founded by five artists; Doris Williamson Mapes, Bruce R. Anderson, Josephine Graham, Edwin C. Brewer and Catherine Tharp Altvater. The organization has approximately 275 members in 17 states.
Our goal is to enrich the stature of watermedia and encourage the recognition of its significance in our culture. This organization furthers the interest of painters and patrons by its programs and by its competitive and non-competitive exhibits. It also provides opportunities for study by art students and others engaged in art making and in appreciation of arts.
MSW exhibitions have been hosted in Little Rock, Arkansas at locations including the Arkansas Arts Center, the Central Arkansas Library System’s Showcase Arkansas Gallery, the Historic Arkansas Museum, the Arkansas Art Center’s Terry Community Gallery, and Hot Springs Convention Center in 2021, as well as other prestigious institutions in surrounding areas of the state.