Kulay Sa Tubig successfully held its annual competition again — with an overwhelming turnout of 300 entries. PHOTOS COURTESY OF GALLERY GENESIS
Kulay Sa Tubig successfully held its annual competition again — with an overwhelming turnout of 300 entries. PHOTOS COURTESY OF GALLERY GENESIS

In 2020, Kulay sa Tubig (KST) beat the odds to stage the annual competition that champions the best watercolorists in the country. It was an amazing feat, for sure, but with the country still battling the pandemic, the invitational competition needed a Herculean effort once again — if not more — to mount the 33rd Kulay sa Tubig this year. In recognizing the undertaking, the art community rewarded Gallery Genesis — the institution behind KST — with support to hold its biggest edition yet.

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