MGNE Juried Members Exhibition at the The Rhode Island Watercolor Society: October 2 – November 5, 2021


Prizes, chosen by the juror, will be awarded:
• 1st place: $250  • 2nd place: $150 • 3rd place: $100

Open to all artists who reside in the United States. MGNE Membership or membership with the Rhode Island Watercolor Society is required. 

Call For Entries Deadline: July 30, 2021

• Entry Process Opens: Jul 1, 2021
• Deadline for Entries: July 30, 2021
• Selection by Juror Announced: August 30, 2021
• Work to Arrive at Gallery: September 23, 2021
• Exhibition Dates: October 2 – November 5, 2021
• Artists’ Reception at RIWS: October 2, 2021, 12:30-2:30pm
• Virtual Artists’ Reception: TBD.

Image: Debra Claffey, “Ochre-Orchid,” Oil monotype encaustic on panel.


ImPRESSive: Juried Members Exhibition

October 2, 2021- November 5, 2021

The Rhode Island Watercolor Society Gallery
Slater Memorial Park, 831 Armistice Blvd., Pawtucket, RI 02861

The Monotype Guild of New England announces the in-person juried exhibition “ImPRESSive” at the Rhode Island Watercolor Society in Pawtucket, RI. Prizes, chosen by juror, Adrian Tió, will be awarded:  1st place: $250, 2nd place: $150, 3rd place: $100.

MGNE invites MGNE members and Rhode Island Watercolor Society members in good standing to submit up to three monotypes or monoprints. MGNE membership is open to all artists in the United States working in the medium of one-of-a-kind prints.

Begin Accepting Entries: June 1, 2021

Entry Deadline: July 30, 2021

ELIGIBILITY: Your Monotype Guild or Rhode Island Watercolor Sociey membership must be up-to-date to participate. All prints must be either monotypes or monoprints. For detailed descriptions of those terms, please follow this link to our website: Submitted work should be no larger than 38” on the longest framed side and cannot have been shown at an earlier MGNE exhibit. There will be a $12 fee for per piece, with up to three works submited. MGNE is open to artists working in the medium of one-of-a-kind prints. To join MGNE, follow this link: Please read the Prospectus for more details.

Please direct any questions to The MGNE Board of Directors thanks you for your entry!

JUROR: Adrian Tió received his fine arts training from Temple University (B.A. 1974), the University of Cincinnati (M.F.A. 1979), and studied at the Tyler School of Art in Rome, Italy (1975-76). Residing in Mattapoisett, MA, Tió is a Professor of Fine Arts in the College of Visual and Performing Arts at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth and has exhibited nationally as well as regionally in drawing, painting and printmaking for over 40 years. To read more about Adrian Tió, follow the link to his website:

VENUE: Founded in 1896, The Rhode Island Watercolor Society (RIWS) is one of the oldest watercolor organizations in America. Their gallery, located in the JC Potter Casino Building, an historic lakeside boathouse in Slater Memorial Park, features an art gallery, library and studio space. They host frequent shows each year including a National Water Media Competition.