Welcome to WASCO

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Winning Poster by Richard Schmidt
Our Next Meeting, December 14

Our annual Christmas party and gift exchange is our next meeting, December14th. Please bring  a 5×7 painting in an 8×10 mat, gift wrapped for the exchange, and a food item to share. We will be selling some things that Joan Wale kindly donated. Please bring any art supplies or books or magazines, etc. that could be sold, also. Please price so there won’t be any confusion. Call me if you have any questions.707-433-8835.

Chris O’Neel, President

Board election for 2018:

Chris O’Neel, President
Richard Schmidt, 1st Vice President
Diana Liebe, 2nd Vice President
RaeAnn Williams, Secretary
Susie Baker, Treasurer

WASCO Meetings

Monthly programs consists of demonstrations and lectures by well known and respected watercolor artists. See our 2017 meeting calendar at http://wascoart.org/wasco-events/

Meetings are free for members, $5 for guests. They are held on the second Thursday of every month from 1-3 PM at the

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2050 Yulupa, Santa Rosa, CA
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The organization consists of mostly local watercolor artists but is open to anyone wishing to become a member regardless of painting media or aptitude. The membership consists of those who have paid their current yearly dues. Dues are renewed each year in January

Membership Dues: $50/year

If joining (for the first time) after July 1 of each year, pay only half the annual dues of $25. You will then pay full dues in January of next year.

To become a WASCO member, click below.


  1. dave broad says:

    Superb! Thank you.

  2. Cynthia D. Ward says:

    I would like to meet another artist here in Sonoma. I am currently painting again with watercolors and loving it and yet there is of course so much to learn everyday. You Tube has been and is an excellent source of ‘learning’…..I haven’t got a car so am unable to attend any meeting in Santa Rosa. I live very close to the Library in town of Sonoma – on Oregon Street. To have a chat….once and awhile with someone who is an advanced watercolorist (I am not nor am I a beginner) would be so nice !

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