924 Vitrine Exhibition (Lincoln Road, 2015)


“Watercolor is a swim in the metaphysics of life… Let it be unpredictable and colorful.” – Anonymous

Presented in partnership with Miami Watercolor Society, Watermarks serves as a visual history of styles and the medium of watercolor itself. Although it is much older, watercolor’s history really begins during the Renaissance. Since then, the unpredictable and uncontrollable medium has been used in most styles ranging from realism to post-modernism, many of which are represented in this exhibition. With such diverse works, the selection and placement of pieces was an ambitious process in order to give each work its own voice. The search for relationships between the disparate works enabled fluidity in the exhibition like that of water itself. – Susan Caraballo, ArtCenter/South Florida Artistic Director