Small but Mighty - Virutal Watercolor Exhibit - Farmstead Arts Center

The Garden State Watercolor Society 2nd Annual “Small but Mighty” small works exhibition is open virtually! Originally planned for the gallery at Farmstead Arts Center, this exhibit, featuring 40 artists and juried awards, can be enjoyed on the GSWC Society’s YouTube channel: : , or in our online gallery   https://bit.ly/2ZxIND4

All works are for sale through Farmstead Arts Center.

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  1. Taya Ros
  2. 908 636 7576
  3. admin@farmsteadarts.org
Tue, July 07
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The Garden State Watercolor Society 2nd Annual “Small but Mighty” small works exhibition is open virtually! Originally planned for the gallery at Farmstead Arts Center, this exhibit, featuring 40 artists and juried awards, can be enjoyed on the GSWC Society’s YouTube channel: https://youtu.be/lUqZkCgYsuk: , or in our online gallery https://bit.ly/2ZxIND4

All works are for ...

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