Art Exhibitions at Thomas K. McKeon Center for Creativity

Green Country Watercolor Society Annual Members' Show (Online Only)

View the amazing work from Green Country Watercolor Society (GCWS) Annual Members' Exhibit Sept. 1 through 28 in the online gallery.

Results from the exhibit are:

Best of Show: Circa 1955 - Amy Jenkins
First Place: Papa's Hands - Jeannette Hook
Second Place: Aspen Grove - Dennis Crouch
Third Place: Fantasy - Judy Gregg

Honorable Mentions:

  • Nevermore - Cheryl Bryan
  • Rainforest - Terry Heiman
  • Partridge N Pears - Jo Lynch
  • Fall in the City - Sheryl Grainger

GCWS has grown rapidly since its foundation in 2004. Its main purpose is to promote awareness and interest in water media painting with a focus on excellence in technique and materials, as well as encouraging and assisting water media painters to expand their skills and contacts in the arts. GCWS furthers the interest of painters by sponsoring programs and competitive exhibits. The organization sponsors major workshops that are open to all who are interested in developing their watermedia painting skills. Programs presented at each of our regular monthly meetings are demonstrations by local artists or art-related presentations. Additionally, they have plein-air painting events at various locations. GCWS members are from many walks of life. Some are practicing artists, some are practicing instructors, and some are beginning watercolor painters. GCWS welcomes painters of all skills levels who have a love of the art.

About Art Exhibitions

The Thomas K. McKeon Center for Creativity specializes in group exhibitions that are a component of multi-disciplinary or multi-faceted projects, with a special focus on groups that are underrepresented or underserved. We do not accept proposals for solo exhibitions. If your organization is interested in the possibility of exhibiting with us, email Annina Collier at We frequently issue open calls for exhibitions; email Cindy Barton at to be notified of future open calls.

All exhibitions are currently virtual. We look forward to returning to in-person exhibitions when health precautions allow.