Watercolor society hosts winter exhibition

SAN DIEGO — San Diego Watercolor Society proudly presents “Traditions,” a free exhibition and sale of original watercolors by local artists through Dec. 31 Wednesday through Sunday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Liberty Station NTC Promenade in Point Loma. Admission is free.
The public is welcome to the First Friday reception, from 5 to 8 p.m. Dec. 4. Approximately 100 paintings created by SDWS members are on display and for sale.
One of its jurors is Carol Cottone-Kolthoff, both an accomplished artist and art educator of our region. She currently teaches classes at UCSD and at SDWS. She is also an illustrator, illustrating her first children’s book on grizzly bears for the Humane Society of the United States. Her work has been featured in American Artist and in The Artist’s Magazine. For a more complete view of her work and biography please visit Carol’s Web site at
The San Diego Watercolor Society is an 800-member, all volunteer, nonprofit which presents original art exhibitions throughout the year, along with workshops, demonstrations and organized paint-outs. Membership is $55 per year.
For details visit or call (619) 876-4550.

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