The Watercolour Society of Queensland (WSQ) is an incorporated Association and was founded in 1986. See our history page for more information.
Today, WSQ operates from shared premises known as the Hub, that are part of the Brisbane Visual Arts Community (BVAC) located at 140 Weller Rd Tarragindi QLD 4121. Office Hours are 9am to 12noon on the first, third and fifth Thursday of each month.
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The Watercolour Society of Queensland Inc. is an inclusive, non-discriminatory, non-for-profit association. Our members encompass all age groups from across all walks of life with a passion and love for the art of watercolour.
If you are passionate about watercolour, have a desire to express your artistic talents or are interested in broadening your social network then enquire about becoming a member of WSQ by following the link below.
Keep up to date with all the latest happenings at the WSQ. This space is intended to keep our Members informed of all WSQ activities that are generally not included as regular events or occurrences in our WSQ Calendar. Members are encouraged to review our WSQ Calendar for regular or scheduled events.
Art of the Wild Paint & Taste
18th September to 9th October, Enjoy two hours of live painting, champagne & canapes at the Art of the Wild Paint and Taste with artists Paul Margocsy, Sean Leahy, Szczepan Urbanowicz […]
Watercolour Society Queensland Annual Exhibition 2019
The Watercolour Society of Queensland Annual Art Exhibition 2019 is unequalled in its quality of work, diversity and pricing. Don’t miss out on one of Brisbane’s best art exhibitions this year. In addition, you can also join us for talks, demonstrations, workshops and plein-air painting in the gardens. Just a reminder also that our workshops […]
Watercolour Society Queensland “A little bit about us by Marilyn Revell”
The Watercolour Society Queensland aims to provide opportunity for adults, adolescents and children to participate in the practice and presentation of watercolour painting. This is a broad statement but it is more than that. Without swelling the numbers with new members, an organisation dies and it is imperative to maintain a younger membership as well […]