GA Watercolor Society 2012 Member Exhibit

Georgia Watercolor Society 2012 Member Art ExhibitionMABLETON, GA - October 9 , 2012 / - Daryl R. Nicholson is extremely pleased to announce that her work "The More You Look, The Less You See" has been chosen for the Georgia Watercolor Society’s 2012 Member Exhibit.

There were 192 entries for the Georgia Watercolor Society’s 2012 Member Exhibit and Chris Krupinski served as this events juror. The painting chosen for this exhibit is a figurative, which is a preferred subject matter of the artist. The title "The More You Look, The Less You See" makes the view wonder whether it's the subject's thoughts regarding us, or our thoughts regarding him.

The Georgia Watercolor Society 2012 Member Exhibit will run through October 9, 2012 to November 15th, 2012. The exhibit will be held at the Mable House Arts Center, 5239 Floyd Road, Mableton, GA 30126. The hours of the exhibit are 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM Monday through Thursday. Call for weekend and evening hours, 770-819-3285 and their website is


Daryl R. Nicholson is a watercolor artist from Atlanta, GA. She has a Fine Art/Art Education degree from Indiana University of Pennsylvania and has studied under numerous professional watercolor artists, including such notables as Charles Reid, Mel Stabin and Don Andrews.

She is a member of the American Watercolor Society, the Georgia Watercolor Society and a Juried Member of the Atlanta Artists Center. Daryl's work was also chosen earlier this year for the Georgia Watercolor Society’s National Exhibit "It Isn't Easy Being Me".




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