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Preston 
Kelly Collins, CPSA
Juried into the 2008 CPSA International Exhibition 
Congratulations to Karen Saleen and Pat Jackman for having their work accepted into Explore This! 17. This was Karen's first acceptance, and she won the PanPastel Award for Excellence.
Pat Averill, CPSA, has an article in the May issue of To The Point, entitled: Landscapes: Scribbling Organic Shapes. The article is on making a complex landscape seem doable.
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Richard Helmick, CPSA, CPX has an article in May issue of To The Point, entitled: Appreciating the Mark: Revisiting Hatching, Cross-hatching, and Scumbling.
Congratulations to Jeanne Cardana and Sue Horwath for having their work accepted into the CPSA International Exhibition. Both members have earned their signature status. Jeanne was also awarded the Creative Art Materials / Caran d’Ache
Award for Exceptional Merit $1000
Karen Saleen has an article in the July issue of Ann Kuhlberg's Color magazine regarding her blown emulsions entitled: For the Joy of Creativity: Blown Emulsions and Colored Pencil.
Lakewood Center for the Arts is having a Colored Pencil Exhibition Aug. 29th – Sept. 20th entitled Art Decked out. The Exhibiting Artists are: Pat Averill, CPSA; Jeanne Cardana,CPSA; Dee Wagoner, CPSA, CPX; Richard Helmick, CPSA, CPX; Pat Jackman, CPSA; Terri Neal, CPSA; Sue Horwath, CPSA; CJ Worlein, CPSA, Karen Saleen; Kate Mayo.
Karen Saleen's piece, "Rainbow Swiss Chard" won 1st place in the Keizer Arts Member showcase in August.
The following members had their work juried into Color Magazine's 22nd annual member show: Sue Horwath, CPSA; Kate Mayo, Terri Neal, CPSA; and DL Zanetta. Sue Horwath won 3rd place in the advanced category for her piece, "Twinkle Toes," which was also juried into the CPSA International Exhibition.