Great River Watercolor Society Exhibition to be on display at QU’s Gray Gallery through Feb. 16

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QUINCY — Quincy University’s Gray Gallery, inside Brenner Library, is the site of an art exhibition featuring recent works by local watercolorists and works produced in a workshop titled “Landscapes from the Heart” held in October and led by Fred Jones, WIU distinguished lecturer.

The Great River Watercolor Exhibition runs through Feb. 16 and is free and open to the public. An artist’s reception will be held from 1:30 to 3 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 28, in the Gray Gallery/Brenner Library.

The exhibition at QU also provides the opportunity for an exchange of a 2×2 watercolor, an idea initiated by Robert Mejer, distinguished professor of art and Gray Gallery curator.

Great River Watercolor Society promotes the appreciation for and the significance of watercolor and brings in practicing watercolorists who share a variety of viewpoints and techniques pertaining to this medium.

For additional information about this exhibit, contact Mejer at mejerbob@quincy.edu.

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