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NATIONAL WATERCOLOR SOCIETY SINCE 1920 FALL/WINTER 2013

PRESIDENT Linda A. Doll FIRST VICE-PRESIDENT Valli Thayer McDougle SECOND VICE-PRESIDENT James Kuether THIRD VICE-PRESIDENT Carol Mansfield FOURTH VICE-PRESIDENT Mary Ann Beckwith TREASURER RJ Lowy DIRECTOR, EXHIBITIONS Penny Hill INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITIONS Linda Baker RECORDING SECRETARY Debbie Abshear MEMBERSHIP/ COMMUNICATIONS Jeanne Hyland HISTORIAN Lowri Sprung BUILDING Frank Eber NEWSLETTER Nancy Swan HOPITALITY Detra Francis GALLERY DIRECTOR Jan Godachy
Past Presidents at the Opening: George James, Chris Van Winkle, John Salchak, Willellyn McFarland, Loa Sprung, Bonese Turner, Ronald Miller, Pat Berger

President’s Message Pablo Picasso has said, “Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life.” I think you will find that this year’s annual is an extraordinary exhibition of water media art created by some of today’s finest artists will fill your soul with life’s possibilities and perhaps allow you to see the world differently through the creators’ eyes. A big thank you to Gerald Brommer, Kathleen Conover, and Dean Mitchell for an outstanding job in choosing 80 fabulous paintings from almost 1000 entries as well as selecting our newest signature members. Our Awards Juror, Roxana Velasquez, was sensitive and discerning in choosing the awards and our traveling exhibition. Congratulations to everyone – those who had a painting selected, those who won an award or were chosen to be included in the Travel Show, and to those who received their Signature status this year. A special thank you to all who entered and supported NWS with their entry. Our heartfelt gratitude goes to the donors of the awards who help make all this possible. More than $40,000 was donated in these difficult economic times. We could not enjoy this wonderful art exhibition, regardless of how hard we worked, without the faithful art material companies, magazines, societies, and individual contributors. NWS Sponsors are listed on our website. Check it out! www.nationalwatercolorsociety.org Our NWS Exhibition Director Penny Hill is to be applauded for her dedicated leadership in pulling this gigantic undertaking into a fabulous exhibition. A special thanks also goes to Valli McDougle for the many hours she invested to secure our numerous awards, to Jan Godachy for her tireless effort of preparing the gallery, hosting the opening and for all she does during the entire year and to my entire fabulous board who all worked so diligently on selection jury day, award jury day, on hanging day, and at the Annual Awards Buffet. I am extremely proud to have been a part of this process and to serve as your president again. Congratulations again to each and every artist in this exhibition Linda A Doll President, NWS

MARK YOUR CALENDARS!

2013 NWS Events At-A-Glance

NWS 93RD INTERNATIONAL ANNUAL EXHIBITION November 10, 2013 – January 11, 2014 2013 NWS PAST PRESIDENTS EXHIBITION Gallery Hours: Thursdays through Sundays, 11 A.M. to 3 P.M. Location: NWS 915 South Pacific Avenue San Pedro, CA 90731 (310) 831-1099 Additional Hours: First Thursday, December 5, 2013, 5 P.M. to 8 P.M. 2013-2014 INTERNATIONAL EXCHANGE EXHIBIT, ISEA, NWS, December 15, - January 15 2014 NWS Studio Gallery, San Pedro, CA PHOTOSHOP ELEMENTS DEMO January 12, 2014 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM NWS Gallery, San Pedro, CA Registration • Demo - $20.00 (USD) • Demo Non Member - $30.00 (USD) • Demo Online - $10.00 (USD)

INVITATION
ANNUAL BUSINESS MEETING AT NWS GALLERY January 11, 2014 2:00 PM ALL SIGNATURE, LIFE AND ASSOCIATE MEMBERS ARE INVITED AND URGED TO COME. RSVP APPRECIATED.
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or phone: (310) 831-1099

NWS 93rd Annual Exhibition Pre-Event Meet & Greet

OUT OF TOWN ARRIVALS MEET AT THE SAN PEDRO CROWNE PLAZA HOTEL

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NWS 93rd Annual Exhibition Award Winners
JURY OF SELECTION

Kathleen Connover, Gerald Brommer, Chairman, Dean Mitchel

NWS Masters Award Xiao Xing Hu “Plaid Scarf ”

NWS Past Presidents Award David Poxon “In a Farm Yard”

NWS Purchase Award & Silver Star Robert Cook “Royal Street Jazz”

Cheap Joe’s Art Stuff Purchase Award Carol Frye “Making My Mark”

Alice Leonard Memorial Award Richard Hanson “Big Surprise” (Street Series)

AWARDS
Blick Art Materials & Utrecht Art Supplies Award Cheng-Khee Chee “Koi 2013 #3” Linda A. Doll President’s Award John Salminen “Winter Alley” “ Winsor & Newton Award Chinmaya Panda “Old Wheels at Rest”

Stan Green: Beverly Green Memorial Purchase Award Linda Daly Baker “Double Shadows “

Gold Coast Watercolor Society, Florida Award Elaine Daily-Birnbaum “It’s in the Telling”

Loa Ruth Sprung Award Dyanne Locati “Sedona Red Boulders”

Coupeville Arts Center dba/ Pacific Northwest Art School Award Denny Bond “Duplicated”

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2013 93rd Annual Exhibition
OPENING RECEPTION ALSO IN EXHIBITION Ali Aryan, Burnaby, Canada Denise Athanas, SC Linda Baker, SC Donny Bitner, FL Denny Bond, PA Cheng-Khee Chee, MN Tan Suz Chiang, Malaysia Jansen Chow, Malaysia Sally Cooper, Fl David Cordas, OH Elaine Daily-Birnbaum, WI Ratindra Das, IL Joseph DiBella, VA Vera Dickerson, VA Sterling Edwards, NC Pasqualino Fracasso, Italy Karen Frey, CA Leslie Frontz, NC Carol Frye, FL Qian Gao, CA Frederick Graff, OH Richard Hanson, IA Cathy Hegman, MS Israel Holloway, CO Joan Iaconetti, NY George James, CA Joel Johnson, FL Dwain Kelley, TX Jonathan Knight, KS Chris Krupinski, VA Melanie Lacki, CA Annell Livingston, NM Carolyn Lord, CA Pat Mahony, , CA Kathleen Maling, FL Anne McCartney, Canada Amy McKittrick, MT Mark Mehaffey, MI Ted Nuttall, AZ Chinmaya Panda, India Kristine Parins, WI Carole Pickle, PA Sue Pink, Bonita FL David Poxon, United Kingdom John Salminen, MN Carol Ann Schrader, AZ Nancy Stark, VA Robert Steinmetz, ME David Stickel, NC Donna Watson, WA Harold Willis, Italy Suzanna Winton, GA Tianya Zhou, China

ARTISTS PRESENT WITH THEIR PAINTINGS

Sean Barrett CA

Ron Bigony TX

Marsha Chandler GA

Joseph Cibere CA

Robert Cook TX

Susana Cremin FL

Son Do CA

Rene Eisenbart OR

Mara Farnworth CA

Robert Fionda MI

Ken Goldman CA

Nancy Herbst AZ

Christine Heyse MD

Ruth Ellen Hoag CA

Michael Holter TX Continued next page

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2013 93rd Annual Exhibition Place Holder for Something
OPENING RECEPTION BY SOMEBODY MORE ARTISTS WITH PAINTINGS AT OPENING

Lori Jenkins FL

Stan Kurth AZ

Diane Locati OR

Sherry Matlack AZ

Geoffrey McCormack OR

Valli Thayer McDougle CO

Gay Paratore TX

Anthony Rogone CA

Carol Stevens OH

Myrna Wacknov CA

Maureen Wheeler CA

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NWS Annual Exhibition Awards Reach Across the Pond
BY PENNY HILL, DIRECTOR EXHIBITIONS

Attend NWS Demos & Workshops Online World-Wide
BY LINDA DOLL, PRESIDENT

David gets view of awards..

We see David get his award.

Linda introduces Dean...

...then runs into office to get feedback from testers worldwide.

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s director of the International Exhibition, I wish to thank everyone who came together with all the time they took away from their own artwork to create such a grand event. The works themselves are representative of almost every form of water-media. Each year we add more and more painters from around the world to our roster of signature members. This year’s new signature members from the international community are Tan Suz Chiang, Malaysia; Pasqualino Fracasso, Italy; and Xiao Xing Hu, China. And for the first time signature member and this year’s winner of the NWS Past President’s Award, David Poxon, in the UK shared the ceremony with his dinner guests via Skype. We have been working very intensely to develop capabitilities for our members around the world to participate in our events and for us to be able to interact in theirs. So stay tuned for more worldwide events, join us on Facebook and monitor the updates on our website. We are streamlining the entry process working on ways to create more inspiration around the world. And to all the new friends made, all the new friends met again, it’s been a grand weekend, stay in touch, stay tuned and keep inspiring. Penny Hill, Exhibitions Director

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WS was fortunate to be able to present a fabulous lecture given by Dean Mitchell to our fellow artists both attending at the gallery and to 15 testers who viewed this lecture online through GoToMeeting.com. It’s an exciting time when someone in Paris can view a lecture live taking place in San Pedro, CA.

Participants watch in person..

Dean slides are seen by testers on their home computer.

Linda works out the bugs in real time for future online demos..

We will be doing much more of this so watch the webpage and newsletters for announcements. We also used Skype to allow David Poxon one of our newest signature members to view the Annual International Exhibition Awards Presentation live from the United Kingdom. We are excited to announce that all future Award Presentations will be able to be viewed live. We will be streaming our Annual Business Meeting in January as well as several demos that will take place next year. Again check the webpage for more information. Our Monthly Board Meetings are also attended by Board Members online which saves time and travel expenses and has allowed board members from around the country to attend easily.

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93rd Annual Exhibition Award Presentation
BY LINDA DOLL

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NWS

WORKSHOP • DEMONSTRATION • LECTURE SERIES 2013
DEAN MITCHELL

KATHLEEN CONOVER

he visual transformation from chaos to order is the best way to explain my most commonly used approach to painting. Working spontaneously, intuitively and without expectations I combine color and gestural mark making to begin the layering process of my paintings. I remind my students, “this is the stage in a painting to best capture the creative energy of the initial inspiration. This is the beginning “chaos” and this is also where I let the spirit of the fluid watercolor have a say. (Kathleen Conover)

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rt doesn’t begin with a brush and a palette, but with the artist’s ability to perceive life. You have to learn how to live before you can learn how to paint. I have always tried to maintain a sense of humanity in my work, to create something that will take on its own personality but also reflect something about our world. I gradually introduce my imagery until the painting (whether representational or abstract) is complete, the composition dramatic and the message subtle. (Dean Mitchell)

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eople and Still Life Subjects that hint at the person just outside the picture plane are Linda’s favorite painting subjects. She portrays them without flattery or glamour in an aura of quietude, stressing their dignity and individuality. She combines areas of flat color with highly skilled composition and design to create an attitude of introspection when depicting her subjects.
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New Signature Members 2013
Denise Athanas , SC Sean Barrett, CA Ron Bigony, TX Denny Bond, PA Marsha Chandler, GA Tan Suz Chiang, Malaysia Joe Cibere, CA Robert Cook, TX Sally Cooper, FL Son Do, CA Rene Eisenbart, OR Mara Farnworth, CA Pasqualino Fracasso, Italy Leslie Frontz, NC Nancy Herbst, AZ Ruth Ellen Hoag, CA Michael Holter, TX Xiao Xing Hu, SC Joel Johnson, FL Dwain Kelley, TX Dyanne Locati, OR Sherry Matlack, AZ Valli Thayer McDougle, CO Gay Paratore, TX William Perry, PA Anthony Rogone, CA Carol Stevens, OH Suzanna Winton, GA

NEWSLETTER GUIDELINES
We are so proud that our members achieve so many accolades and therefore we are limited to what can be included. We print the following for signature and associate members:: • Awards (only from National or International exhibits open to all artists. No “members only” shows. Indicate the award[s] you received.) • Recent publications that include your work • Special honors (i.e., Signature membership to national art groups; serving as Juror; having work added to permanent collections, etc.) • Inclusion in invitational, solo or two-artist exhibitions We do not print: • Your workshops or websites • Your inclusion into exhibits (unless you get an award and it is in an exhibit open nationally to all artists) • Items over 6 months old Submitted material will be edited if it does not conform to the above criteria OR in order to fit space available. REQUIREMENTS: • Indicate your member status (Signature or Associate) • Kudos: Format your submission in the 3rd person, using the Kudos section in this newsletter as a guide. Please be specific about titles and dates. • Articles will be reviewed for content and relevancy. NWS reserves the right to accept or reject your article, and to edit its contents to fit. • In Memoriam: NWS will publish one submitted photo, space permitting. • Call for Entries: Submitted and applicable to NWS will be posted on our website. • We appreciate the effort of a personal email of your achievements instead of your monthly newsletter. Monthly newsletters unfortunately end up in our spam mailbox! Deadlines: Spring: March 1; Summer: July 1; Winter: November 1. Online | NWSnewsletter@gmail.com (Indicate “NWS Newsletter” in subject line or you will be accidentally deleted as spam!) Mail-in | NWS Newsletter Editor, 915 South Pacific Avenue, San Pedro CA 90731-3201

July1, 2013 to November1, 2013 Daven Anderson, MO Nell Bartlett, CA Lisa Blaylock, CA Miwa Block, AZ Jessica L. Bryant, ID Kathy Butler, GA Elaine Callahan, GA Anita Cannon, TX Sandra Carlton, TX T. Wiley Carr, CT Susan Chuka Chesney, CA Robin Kay Coen, ID Jacquelyn Fae Coleman, CA Francesca Creo, VA Suszanne Droney, CA Roberta Dyer, CA Eva Ellis, OH Robert H. Eoff, FL Carol Hunter Fairlie, TX Chloe Feldman Emison, NH Josie Fife, UT Heidi Garwig, OH Tami Gonsalves, CA Janet Green, MN Lynne Hardwick, SC Israel Holloway, CO Lynn Hosegood, VA Elizabet Ingebretsen, CA Kay Jacobson Levine, FL Tanongsak Jan-Ngoen, Thailand Karen Jones, AZ Susan M. Keith, CA Patrick Kernan, OR Jim M. Kuykendall, TX Misha Kuznetsov, Quebec Donald Maier, GA Allan Martin, CA Anne McCartney, Canada Mark McDermott , AK Pushpa Sunder Mehta, CO Andrea Merican, AZ Dottie Sue Mitchell, AZ Grant Nixon, ID Deborah G. Olliff, CA Janet Perkin, CA Tammy Phillips, AK Al Phillips, AL Scott Ponemone, MD Pam Purselle, CA Paul Ramkrishna, India Elizabeth Ingebretsen, CA Marilyn Robbins, SC Mark Robinson, IL Valerie Saul, WA Francis Stamps, NC Chris Stubbs, OR

NEW NWS ASSOCIATE MEMBERS

ISEA PLUS

International Society of Experimental Artists

National Watercolor Society

NWS

1. ISEA 22nd Annual - International Juried Exhibition Big Arts Center, Sanibel Island, FL October 19 - November 20, 2013 2. ISEA/NWS/Wales - International Traveling Exchange NWS Gallery, San Pedro, CA December 15, 2012 - January 15, 2014 3. ISEA/NWS/Wales -International Traveling Exchange Arts Central, Town Hall Berry, Vale of Clemorgan, Wales, UK August 2014 2013-2014 Three venue exhibition - a joint effort between ISEA & NWS (NationalWatercolor Society) going first to Sanibel Island, FL, then to the NWS Gallery in San Pedro, CA, and finally to the country of Wales in 2014. Small works exhibit 12” x 12” x12” For full information: www.iseaartexhibit.org

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Annual 93rd Exhibiton Reception
HOSPITALITY & BUFFET

Photoshop Elements Demonstration
BY LINDA DOLL

S O C I A L

JANUARY 12, 2014 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM NWS GALLERY, SAN PEDRO, CA
Linda Doll will demonstrate how to photograph your work for exhibitions, how to crop, skew, and adjust levels to allow your image to represent your painting more closely. She will also demonstrate creating digital collage and well as a few other techniques. Handouts will be given so you can reproduce these techniques at home. The demo will also be available online through “GoToMeeting.com” If you sign up for this, more info will be sent after registration. Handouts will be emailed to you before the Demo.

Registration • Demo - $20.00 (USD) • Demo Non Member - $30.00 (USD) • Demo Online - $10.00 (USD) sign-up on our website:
http://nationalwatercolorsociety.wildapricot.org

IN MEMORIAM
DAVID EDWARD APRATO, NWS was born in Los Angeles, September 5, 1932, and passed away peacefully on April 27, 2012. A first-generation Italian-American, David had deep roots in the Los Angeles community through his profession as an educator with the Los Angeles Unfied School District for more than 40 years. MORRIS SHUBIN, NWS, was born in Mansfield, in eastern Washington State, on February 25, 1920. He passed away at 93 in Montebello, CA. on April 14, 2013, the youngest of several siblings. His second career was as a painting instructor and soon began winning international competitive exhibitions and invitationals. He was a signature member of the National Watercolor Society and the American Watercolor Society.

2013 Annual Traveling Exhibit Schedule
Antigua, “Street Limbo” by E. Richard Clark OCTOBER 14 TO DECEMBER 6, 2013 West Valley Art Museum P.O. Box 6377, Peoria, AZ 85385
www.wvam.org

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Jeanne Hyland has qualified for Signature status in Watercolor West, and will be part of their Demonstration/Seminar Series, Saturday, October 26th. She will be doing a demonstration for Northern Arizona Watercolor Society (NAWS) November15th in Sedona, AZ. Roland Lee, NWS, is one of 70 painters included in the Zion National Park section of the new book Art of the National Parks. Published by Fresco Fine Art Publications. r. mike nichols has a one-man show Exploration, at The Art Depot Gallery in Fontana - October 8 through November 22. His painting Koi was awarded First Place in the Elements of Art “Mini-Size” at the Brandon Gallery in Fallbrook. He won First Place in Watercolor and Best of Theme for Watercolorist and Best of Show for Mystery Man at The Arts Colony Summer Show and Twenty Minutes to Midnight was awarded a Third Place in Watercolor at The Arts Colony in Corona Fall Show. Watercolorist received the Ampersand Art Supply Award in the 45th Annual Watercolor West Juried Exhibition. Diane Schmidt, NWS, AWS, received the Joan Rothermel award at the 2013 American Watercolor Society exhibition. Her painting Soothsayer was also selected for the 2013-14 travel show. She won the Joan Koch purchase award in the 2012 Kansas Watercolor Society National exhibition. Deborah Swan-McDonald, NWS, has a watercolor, The Professor, in Splash 14 Light and Color. Chuck McPherson, NWS, SDWS, won the Board of Directors Award at the San Diego Art Institute’s 52nd International Exhibition for The Judge. He juried the Summer Arts at Dos Lagos Open Show and the San Diego Watercolor Society June Exhibition. His watercolor, Spring’s Blush, won a People’s Choice Award at SDWS in August. He is also invited to be in Nature Improved: San Diego Artists Interpret Our Landscape, a dual exhibition by the San Diego History Center and the Oceanside Museum of Art. Kris Parins, NWS, has her painting Floaters included in Splash 14: Light and Color. Kris will serve as juror of selection and awards for the Waterloo Watercolor Society’s October Exhibit in Austin TX. She will have a solo exhibit at the Longboat Key Center for the Arts, from Dec 2013 through April 2014. Kris Preslan, NWS, TWSA, WAS-H is included in the North Light publication, Splash: Twenty Years of Contemporary Watercolor Excellence. with her painting,The Old Indian. Susan M. Stuller, NWS, will be a featured artist in the December issue of Watercolor Artist Magazine October 2013. She has a painting in Splash 14: Color and Light, won the Dick Blick Award in the Alabama Watercolor Society National Exhibition and has a solo show at the Signature 9 Gallery, May 1-31 2013. Chris Van Winkle, NWS, TWSA, WW, received the Judith and Richard Cohen Memorial Award for his painting, Hiawatha’s Song, at the 32nd annual Adirondacks National Exhibition of American Watercolors at Old Forge, New York, on August 16, 2013. Steve Walters, NWS, won an Award of Excellence at the PAA 47th Mother Lode National Exhibition for his painting Circus Nikita. Lois Wolford, NWS, received the Forest Runes Award at the 32nd Adirondack National Exhibition of American Watercolors for Cold Day in NY.

NEXT NEWSLETTER DEADLINE - MARCH 1, 2014 Miles G. Batt, Sr. NWS, won three Best in Show: The Georgia Watercolor Society 34th Annual National Exhibition, Blue Ridge, GA, the 40th Annual Exhibition at the Rocky Mountain National Watermedia Society, Golden, CO, and the Watercolor West 45th Annual International Exhibition, Brea, CA. His painting Florida File won a Purchase Cash Award for The Museum of Florida Artists, DeLand, FL at the Florida Watercolor Society 42nd Annual Exhibition, Sarasota, FL. Chris Beck, NWS, is the guest columnist for the Brushing Up feature in the January/February 2014 issue of The Artist’s Magazine. Ken Call MOWS, NWS, TWSA, was awarded Best of Show at the Skip Watts Memorial Exhibit in Springfield, IL for his painting Sometime Ago at the Pikes Peak International. Legacy exhibit, Her First Pearls was voted the People’s Choice award and his painting Maddie was named the winner of the Silver Medal at Montana Watercolor Society’s Watermedia 2013. Pat Cook, NWS, has won 3rd Place in the 2013 Georgia Watercolor Society National Exhibition; Award of Merit in the 36th International Exhibition of Watercolor Art Society, Houston; Award of Excellence in Central Virginia Watercolor Guild 22nd Annual Exhibition; 1st Place in 40th Annual Rocky Mountain Watermedia Exhibition at Foothills Art Center, Golden,Colorado; Award of Distinction in the 34th Virginia Watercolor Society Exhibition, and the french magazine Pratique des Art published an article on her in Sept – Nov. issue, She had a solo exhibit at the Nichols Gallery in Barboursville, Virginia. Oren Cooper received the Lily Fund Award at the 45th Annual Watercolor West International Exhibition for A Day at the Beach, City of Brea Art Gallery, October - December 15. Charlene Collins Freeman, was selected for publication in North Light Book Splash 15 Creative Solutions with Original Classic Cafeteria and Another Cocktail, Charlene was also recently accepted into the historical Women Painters of Washington. Pat Dispenziere, NWS, received Signature Membership in Western Federation of Watercolor Societies. and her watercolor Tallinn won a merit award in Pittsburgh Watercolor Society’s 67th Annual Exhibition, Aqueous Open 2013. Edie Fagan, NWS, FWS has her painting Ben in Splash Retrospective - 20 Years of Contemporary Watercolor Excellence (North Light Books, 2013). Catherine Hillis won the Ed Longley Memorial Award in the Baltimore Watercolor Society’s Mid Atlantic Regional Exhibit; and the the Cheap Joe’s Award in the West Virginia Aqueous National. Her painting My Perspective: The David is included in the new SPLASH 14 book, just released.

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2013 NWS 93RD INTERNATIONAL ANNUAL EXHIBITION
In a Farm Yard” David Poxon

If you are a North American non-profit gallery owner and are interested in hosting the NWS Annual Traveling Exhibit, contact 2nd Vice-President (Traveling Exhibit) James Kuether (jkuether@comcast.net). or Penny Hill NWS Exhibitions Director ( NWSAnnualExhib@gmail.com). November 10, 2013 – January 11, 2014 NWS Gallery 915 South Pacific Avenue San Pedro, CA 90731 Gallery Hours: Thursdays through Sundays 11 A.M. to 3 P.M. Additional Hours: First Thursday, December 5, 2013, 5 P.M. to 8 P.M.

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