La Jolla artist Marion Mettler wins watercolor award

Marion Mettler of La Jolla took second place at the San Diego Watercolor Society’s August show, “Turn Up the Heat,” for her painting, “Multiple Exposure No. 4.” The work was selected by juror Vi Gassman because of its mixed media, creative approach and sophisticated, elegant treatment.

"Multiple Exposure No. 4" by Marion Mettler

Mettler is a Signature Member of the San Diego Watercolor Society. More of her work may been seen at zhibit.org/marionmettlerart

The show will continue through Aug. 31 at the San Diego Watercolor Society’s gallery  in Point Loma’s Liberty Station at 2825 Dewey Road. The gallery is open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday-Sunday. Admission is free.

The non-profit San Diego Watercolor Society presents a new juried exhibition each month with an evening opening reception on first Fridays. Works on paper using watercolor, acrylic, gouache, casein and tempera as well as mixed media are accepted. Find more information at sdws.org

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