2024 Transparent Watercolor Society of America's 48th Annual National Exhibition
Must be transparent watercolor, applied on a single piece of rag or wood pulp paper that is free of pigment and imbedded materials. For a complete description of transparency please go to www.watercolors.org - explanation of Transparency located in the FAQ section.
• Graphite pencil may be used only for planning marks.
• The following grounds, treatments, and media are excluded: Opaque white paint, of any kind, such at titanium white, Chinese white, etc. Gesso, matte medium, or any other priming material or exterior surface treatment Gouache, acrylics, or water-soluble oils Inks, metallic, or iridescent paint or products that leave a metallic, graphite, or reflective sheen. Be aware that some of the Daniel Smith prima tek pigments can possibly contain iridescence, eg.: Kyanite, Bronzite etc. Watercolor crayon, colored pencil, charcoal, pastel, Conte sticks, or Conte Crayons Varnish, wax, wax crayon, oil sticks, or oil pastel Collage or surface constructions, impasto, embossing Watercolor resist, such as Frisket, that is not completely removed from the final painting Yupo or similar papers. Canvas or canvas paper Use of digital images or enhancements printed on the paper
Myungja Anna Koh