The Colored Pencil Society of America is a nonprofit organization formed in 1990, with 22 active U.S. chapters dedicated to artists working with colored pencil. District Chapter 201 was the very first district chapter, also formed in 1990 under the national organization. More about our chapter.
DC 201 serves Oregon and Southern Washington CPSA members. 
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Artist for the Month of 
November, 2022 
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30th Annual Colored Pencil Society of America International Exhibition
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 NOW Open February 1, 2022
Artwork selected by our juror, Wendy Earle, was published  February 1, 2022.
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. View this and previous Explore This! exhibitions and award winners on the CPSA website.
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Natural Realm
Pat Averill, CPSA

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Juror: Wendy Earle
Congratulations to our 
three DC-201 Members
who were juried into this show!
Jeanne Cardana, CPSA
Terri Neal, CPSA
​CJ Worlein, CPSA
Juror: 
Christine Renc-Carter
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To learn more about Explore This! 
follow this Link.
CPSA sponsors an exciting and innovative exhibition called Explore This! which opens on the CPSA.org website every February first. Artwork must be predominantly colored pencil and must include some element or technique that makes it ineligible for the CPSA International Exhibition. The goal is to encourage artists to use colored pencil in ways not allowed by the International Exhibition. The exhibition offers over $5,000 in awards including the prestigious Best of Show (EXPY) Award.