Carl Sublett Artist
Carl Sublett Artist

Carl Sublett was a member of these organizations:

National Academy of Design, New York, New York

Assoc. American Watercolor Society, New York, New York

Tennessee Watercolor Society
The Tennessee Watercolor Society's 31st Exhibition catalogue contained this dedication: "The 31st Tennessee Watercolor Society Exhibition is dedicated to the late Carl Sublett, one of the founding fathers of watercolor painting in our state, and a long time artist member of Tennessee Watercolor Society. He was an extraordinary artist and a gifted teacher. Through his inspiration and influence, several generations of artists are carrying on his legacy of creative and highly personal artistic expression. Carl Sublett was directly responsible for the growth and professionalism of watercolor as a serious painting medium in Tennessee. We are honored to remember him and miss him greatly."

Knoxville Watercolor Society, Knoxville, Tennessee

Port Clyde Arts and Crafts Society, Port Clyde Maine

Watercolor U.S.A. Honor Society
The first move of The Watercolor USA Honor Society was to hold a symposium in Spring Green, Wisconsin, to find out who the members were, what WHS was about, and what the organization might be capable of. The first meeting was held in the Aldebaran barn adjacent to Frank Lloyd Wright’s hillside school at Taliesin East. The trailblazers present were Bill Armstrong and Bill Landwehr as co-chairmen, Lee Weiss, Bob Johnson, Bill Senter, Francis Meisch, Judy Gard, Edward Betts, Jim Foosey, Fred Messersmith, Jerry Baum, E.J. Velardi, Carl Sublett, Rosalee Price, Merry Berry, Judi Betts, Rich Clubb, Edward Herbleck, and Doris White. The first Directors elected from the fledgling Watercolor USA Honor Society were Bill Armstrong, the first President; Lee Weiss, Vice-President; Bob Johnson, Secretary; and Bill Senter, Treasurer.