Six American Artists Represent the U.S. in the 9th International Watercolor Biennial in Mexico

Sunlight by Carol Carter, watercolor, 22 x 30.

Mark Mehaffey,  Nicholas Simmons, Keiko Tanabe, Carol Carter, Thomas W. Schaller, and Kathleen Alexander have formed the North American Watercolor Artists, a group of six U.S. watercolor artists, to represent the United States in the IX International Watercolor Biennial in Mexico. The exhibition will be held at the National Museum of Watercolor in Mexico City, December 5, 2010 through February 13, 2011. Artists representing countries in five continents are participating in the Biennial, which is invitation-only. Begun in 1994, the purpose of the Biennial is to establish or enhance friendly relationships among watercolor artists on an international level and promote watercolor painting around the world.

Web addresses:  Mark Mehaffey   www.mehaffeygallery.com

Nicholas Simmons    www.nicholassimmons.com

Keiko Tanabe     http://ktanabefineart.com

Carol Carter     www.carol-carter.com

Thomas W. Schaller    www.twschaller.com

Kathleen Alexander    www.kathleenalexanderwatercolors.com

North American Watercolor Artists contact:  Thomas W. Schaller  info@twschaller.com

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