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Little Gems, Big Impact

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Formed in 1952, the Wisconsin Watercolor Society is a juried, membership organization that exhibits its members’ artwork at various venues twice annually to promote the medium of watercolor.  In this exhibition, twenty-two of its members and one prospective member are showing watercolors in a variety of naturalistic, abstracted, and non-representational styles.

The Wisconsin Watercolor Society presents this 2021 member showing of Little Gems, Big Impact with 60 paintings in a smaller format than is typical for this group.  Smaller paintings also have smaller prices, so it is an opportunity for collectors and homeowners to find original art at reasonable prices.  Most of the displayed paintings are available for sale during the exhibition that runs through May 9.

January 15 - May 9, 2021

The Artists:
Christine Alfery, Charles Ausavich, Bridget Austin, Jane Barnard, Chuck Bauer, Judy Beyer, Silvia Cavagnero, William Davis, Evie Grasse, Jennifer Herro, Steve Horvath, Molly Johnson, Gai Juszczak, Keary Kautzer, Barbara Mathews, Joye Moon, Judy Gahn Murphy, Michael Pierson, Judith Radtke, Kappy Schwab, Carolyn Simpson, Alice Struck, Kathryn Wedge

Click on the artworks below and scroll to experience the exhibition virtually.

Please contact the museum at or (262) 377-6123 if you're interested in purchasing from Little Gems, Big Impact.