2016 DC201 Chapter Meetings
"Colored Pencil as Stained Glass" by Ellen White
June 26 (Monday)
Tracy Frein Workshop - Drawing by Subtraction
no meeting CPSA International Exhibition and Convention
CJ Worlein; Digital Images of selected entries for CPSA International Exhibition
November 4 & 5
Mike Pease Workshop
PAST 2017 DATES:
Richard Helmick: Abstraction in Art
Kate Mayo: Colored Pencil goes 3D
Linda Rothchild Ollis: Critique
DC 201 26th Annual
Colored Pencil Exhibition
Keizer Art Association
Annual workshops require advance registration. All other dates above are events free to chapter members.
Guests may attend up to two meetings before joining.
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First United Methodist Church
7355 SW Wilsonville Road
Located three-tenths mile further than the Wilsonville Library.
From I-5 take Exit 283 and go east on Wilsonville Road, past the library and turn left (North) on Rose Lane. Take the first right into the church parking lot. Our meeting room faces the parking lot.
10:00 a.m.~1:30 p.m.
(We'll set up tables and socialize until
meeting starts at 10:30 a.m.)
- Artwork you wish to share
- Watercolor paper 140# or 300# cold press-2 8 ½ x 11 sheets, plus scrap paper for testing/practicing
- Round brushes - #6, #8, #10, plus a detail brush
- Small light box or transfer, tracing and/or copy (Ellen will bring some as well)
- Line drawing or photograph that you can make into a line drawing (Ellen will have line drawings available
Previous Topics of the Month and Photos From Meetings and Workshops
November 16, 2013, meeting: "Using wax paste with colored pencil" given by Richard Helmick, CPX,
Richard gave a demonstration using "Dorland's Wax Medium" creating different effects with colored pencil and ink.
"Dorland's Wax Medium" comes in 3 different sizes 4oz, 16oz, and gallon, and are sold through art supply stores. The 4oz size runs about $6.50.
Card Exchange -
ATC (Artist Trading Card) :
Challenge word: TBA
2.5" x 3.5" trading card made by you in colored pencil.
Information to have on card:
Name of artist
Contact information (email)
Signature of artist
Main Topic: "Colored Pencil as Stained Glass" by Ellen White
Do you like the look of stained glass, but don't have the time, materials, or budget? Well, you can achieve the look of stained glass with your watercolor pencils and a few other materials that you already have. In this program, we will learn how to take a simple line drawing and turn it into a beautiful piece of art that looks like stained glass.
Photos from the Pam Belcher workshop
ATC from September Meeting
Please RSVP: Gaildorr@comcast.net