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At the May 2011 meeting we introduced our proposal for creating local "colored pencil circles" (CPCs) under the Portland DC 201 umbrella for our artists who live more than an hour from the Wilsonville meetings. We'll continue to talk more about CPCs at future meetings. Download the PDF
Proposed: Local "Colored Pencil Circles"
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NEXT MEETING: Saturday, November 19, 2016
10:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Topic: CJ's slide presentation and the Holiday Card Exchange.
Artist for the Month of October:
25th Annual DC 201 Colored Pencil Exhibition
First United Methodist Church
7355 SW Wilsonville Road
Explore This! is the online exhibition CPSA hosts to explore using colored pencil with other media. It also allows three-dimensional structure, bas relief, collage and other applications not eligible for entry in the CPSA International Exhibition.The exhibition will be on the CPSA website until January 31, 2017.
The following DC 201 members have had their artwork accepted into the show. Congratulations!
Don Griffith, CPX
Dee Wagoner, CPX (CPX earned in 2016!)
CPSA 2016 International Exhibition
Patty II - CJ Worlein, CPSA
My Happy Place - Pat Averill, CPSA
Curly Hair - Pat Jackman
Hope is a Thing with Feathers - Dee Wagoner, CPX
In the Beginning - Donna Lee
Spring Fling - Carol Morrison
Greeting the Morning - Vicky Vickery
Pink Rose in the Rain - Denise L. Zanetta
Golden Gordes - Don Griffith, CPX
Best of Show:
Congratulations to all the award winners:
Best in Show
by CJ Worlein, CPSA
The following DC 201 members have had their artwork accepted into the show: Congratulations!
Pat Averill, CPSA
Kelly Collins, CPSA
Richard Helmick, CPX
Kay Schmidt, CPSA
CJ Worlein, CPSA
CPSA DC 201 October Workshop
Madcap Media! Using Colored Pencil
in Mixed-Media Artwork
Led by: Catherine Alexander
This will be a one-day workshop held at the First United Methodist Church on Saturday, October 15, 2016, from 9 am to 4 pm
There are only 4 spots left, so register now!
The fee is $100 for members and $115 for non members
This is a wonderful opportunity to learn some new mixed-media techniques, especially for those interested in entering Explore This! exhibitions and earning their CPX signature status.
Congratulations Richard Helmick, CPX on his Award for Distinction
"At a Slower Pace"
by Dee Wagoner, CPX
16 X 20 on Stonehenge