Summer of Color

The Summer of Color at the Bay School is an art exhibit that includes watercolor media paintings by regional artists who belong to the Virginia Watercolor Society.  Art Speaks Gallery at the Bay School along with two other local galleries, RAL Art Center in Kilmarnock and Gloucester Arts on Main, are all hosting Summer of Color exhibits simultaneously. Watercolor paintings included in the Art Speaks show are all inspired by a Land or Sea theme.  There are a total of 24 regional artist entered in the Summer of Color exhibits, with 11 showing at the Bay School. Each of the artists submitted one to two paintings to the show(s) of their choice. Each show will have a first place award, judged by Kay van Dyke, founder of Arts on Main. The exhibitions are sponsored by Chesapeake Bank.

 An opening reception with light refreshments is planned Friday, June 25th from 5-7:00 pm. Visit the Art Speaks Gallery in the Bay School Community Arts Center to see the show in person or view and shop the show online at .

 The Virginia Watercolor Society’s mission is to foster the advancement and study of watermedia painting. VWS’ definition of watercolor includes painting with water-soluble media: watercolor, acrylic, casein, gouache, and egg tempera on paper or Yupo. Just as serious as their pursuit of watermedia art, is their unwavering VWS commitment to reach out to others, educating the public about watercolor painting, supporting new art projects, and helping student artists through scholarships.

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