PVW, based in the Maryland/
Virginia/D.C. area, is a juried society of watercolor painters
We are a nonprofit organization that seeks to promote the art and excellence of watercolor painting. Our members include many watercolor instructors who teach at all levels, and artists who exhibit at prominent galleries, museums and in nationally acclaimed shows. Some serve as jurors; others give demonstrations and programs for art and community groups.




PVW is delighted to announce the release of our first book!
Honoring our upcoming 40th anniversary, the publication is filled with striking images of members' work along with descriptions of each artist's process.

The PVW 40th Anniversary book is now available for sale at all PVW events and at the following locations.


You can purchase your book at the studio of RACHEL COLLINS, #342, at the Torpedo Factory, 105 North Union Street, Alexandria, VA.  
Contact Rachel at 703-838-9695 or at rbcollinsart@yahoo.com.
OR
You can purchase a book by contacting NANCY WALNES at 703-369-3806 or at nwalnes@comcast.net.  Order a book for pick up in the Manassas area or arrange to have your copy shipped.  
 

COST:  $40.00, including tax
PVW Members: $25.00 including tax

CHECKS  OR CASH ONLY



May 2014 Featured Artist: Ginger Sanaie

Ginger says, "Born in Washington, D.C., I have lived in the D.C. region my entire life. So it's no surprise that my subject matter is often local landscapes.  Other favorite subjects are horses, birds, and the human figure.  I have traveled around the globe, and I have found inspiration everywhere I look.
"I am a former high school teacher, and for many years I worked as an attorney in the public sector. Currently, I maintain a studio in my home in McLean VA, where I focus on creating my own art. I am an active member of several local art organizations.
"Sometimes I work in a realistic manner, and sometimes I work more abstractly. Either way, I am always experimenting. For me, that's where the fun is."



See Ginger's work

Green Spring Gardens

April 29 - June 29


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