Welcome to Watercolour New Zealand

Growing from a small group of artists in Wellington in 1975, Watercolour New Zealand is this country's only society dedicated to the appreciation and promotion of watercolour painting.

We have a diverse range of watercolour talents, and members, both professional and amateur, number about 400, take part in a yearly events including workshops, critiques, painting days and major exhibitions.

Whether artist, student, art lover or collector you will find much of interest here. The society is based in Wellington but new members from throughout New Zealand and overseas are welcome.

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WW1 in Watercolours @ 'Splash' 18 April - 3 May 2015

Supreme Award Joint Winners

'SPLASH' 2015: 24 Oct - 1 Nov

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"WWI in Watercolours" at 'Splash' - 18 April - 3 May 2015

This exhibition was held at the Wellington Cathedral of St Paul. The exhibition comprised three sections:

200 contemporary paintings by members of Watercolour New Zealand featuring a wide variety of topics from abstract to beautiful bays;

60 original paintings, prints and sketches by New Zealand's World War 1 artists - fascinating and stirring to view;

80 'Postcards to the Front' where members portray New Zealand in 1916 on a postcard to be sent to a loved one at the war front.

There was much in the exhibition for everyone to enjoy.

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