Works in Colored Pencil
July 6 - August 12, 2006
The Colored Pencil Society of America is a non-profit
organization founded in 1990 exclusively dedicated to artists
working with colored pencil. Representing sixteen
countries with more than 1600 members CPSA offers an annual
International Exhibition & Convention, product research
information, workshops & seminars, a newsletter, a networking
directory and district chapters across the United States.
The Chicago District Chapter 103 was formed in 1993. It is
now the largest chapter with 80 members from Illinois,
Wisconsin, Indiana, Ohio, Minnesota, Arizona, Texas and
Maryland. Yearly, the chapter presents a juried exhibition
for members to enter. Meetings are held eight times a year
and include programs, critiques, speakers, or workshops. A
quarterly newsletter, "What's the Point?" inclusion in the
distribution roster and information networking in serve to
benefit all chapter members.
The "CPSA" designation is the Signature award given by the
Colored Pencil Society of America for artists who have exhibited
100% colored pencil pieces in three or more annual juried CPSA
Gallery Talk by
Friday, August 11, 2006
Gallery Talk by Anita Baedke-Plucker
July 20, 2006
Robert C Lasky
Gail T. Collier
"Artichoke & Peppers"
"Japanese Bird Screen
"Things on Strings -
"Isolation in Green" and
Joan E. Robertson
"Star Gazer Lilies & Bird Boxes"
"Pretty in Pink
#1, #2 , #3
Priscilla Humay Elaine Jeffres
"Mango Morning #1"
Twyla D. Horton
"Music on a Summer Afternoon"
"Dolls on Board"