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  • Idaho Watercolor Society Juried Exhibition

Current Exhibition

Founded in 1979, the Idaho Watercolor Society is a non-profit organization that promotes the use of watercolor media and aims to educate the public regarding the significance of watercolor painting in today’s setting. Through programs, workshops, exhibits, and scholarships, IWS helps artists of all ages develop their talents and reach the highest standards of excellence. This exhibition showcases a glimpse at the breadth of styles the medium can achieve and highlights watercolor artists throughout Idaho.

This year’s juror is Judi Betts, a signature member of the American and National Watercolor Societies with an international reputation for her transparent watercolor techniques.

The Idaho Watercolor Society exhibition runs through the 28th of June, and will be in the Student Union Fine Arts Gallery.


Lauren Johnson, Tire Change, 2015

Upcoming Exhibitions

The 2017-18 Exhibition Season will be published soon.

Past Exhibitions

Mission Statement of Student Union Fine Arts Gallery

The purpose of the Student Union Fine Art Exhibitions Program is to display a variety of art media and to provide challenging and interesting work while encouraging an aesthetic understanding. All exhibitions and gallery receptions are free and open to the public.