"Loving You" exhibited in the San Diego Watercolor Society 40th International Juried Exhibition

Christine Alfery

Posted on July 07 2020

"Loving You" exhibited in the San Diego Watercolor Society 40th International Juried Exhibition

This year, SDWS received 874 entries from throughout the United States and 22 other countries around the world. It was very challenging for the juror, Michael Reardon, to select 100 paintings from this exceptional field of artwork.

When asked about the work, the artist explained:

This work, "Loving You" is part of my "Just Because" winter flower series. Some of my work is conceptual, some is complicated, much is abstract, but my flower series was created "just because" I believe in love and I know love heals."

She further explained "I love giving flowers. I have always loved giving them and have always loved receiving them. Flowers represent something special. Flowers represent love. I created flowers all winter this year. Now they are my permanent flower garden. I hope they will find new homes in the same way, with the same special love, as real flowers - but these flowers and the thought will last forever. "Loving You" represents goodness, love, beauty, kindness, and specialness."

According to the San Diego Watercolor Society website "The San Diego Watercolor Society was established in 1965 and is one of the largest and most active in the United States. Its International Exhibition is widely recognized for its high standard of excellence in water based media art. For over three decades, the International Exhibition has been the highlight of the year for SDWS. This annual event attracts entries from hundreds of water based media artists worldwide."

Due to the COVID-10 Pandemic, the exhibition will be online from October 1 – 31, 2020. Artwork can be viewed or purchased during the online international exhibition at sdws.org

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