The PSC sponsors its highly competitive Mile High National Pastel Exhibition at a venue in the Denver Metropolitan region every summer. Over 100 exceptional pastel paintings are selected by a nationally-recognized juror and judge from at least 300 highly competitive entries. The resulting show is an opportunity for artists to win up to $4000 in awards, art connoisseurs to expand their collections, and the public to enjoy the shimmering colors of pastels throughout the shows 4 – 8 week duration. The breadth of subjects, styles, and skills found only in pastel paintings at their best are captured in the show’s beautiful catalogue. As with all artwork sold through PSC shows, the commission collected by the organization is used to fund cash awards for artists in future exhibitions.
PSC 2017 Mile High National Pastel Exhibition
Pastel Society of Colorado
Open to All Pastelists
Littleton Historical Museum, July 6 to August 20, 2017
6028 S Gallup St, Littleton, CO 80120
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:
Registration Opens: date
Entry Deadline: To Enter, please visit www.PastelSocietyofColorado.org/shows.php
Eligibility: Open to all artists working in the medium of soft pastel.
Tony Allain Workshops:
The dates are July 6-8, 2017 (Thu-Sat) for the three day workshop, and he has agreed to do an additional one day workshop on Monday, July 9. Registration will be posted at www.PastelSocietyofColorado.org/shows.php
The show will have its opening on reception July 6 from 5:30 to 7:30.
Drop off dates is June 29th 9-12 am; pick up date is August 21st, from 9-12.
Awards Judge: Tony Allain PS, PSA, MC/IAPS, MPANZ
PSC is delighted to introduce Tony Allain as our Juror and Judge for the 13th Annual Mile High National Exhibition in 2017. Tony is a member of The Pastel Society UK, the Master Circle of the International Association of Pastel Societies, a Signature Member of Pastel Society of America, and a Master Pastelist of the Pastel Artists of New Zealand. Tony has been painting for over forty years. He is a painter of light and movement, with a complete understanding of his surroundings. Born and raised in the Channel Islands, Tony has exhibited extensively over the years, his work can be found in many leading galleries as well as private and corporate collections, including the Maritime Museum Guernsey. In 2004 received a commission for twelve paintings for the state rooms on board the “Queen Mary 2” the new flag ship for the Cunard Line. He has exhibited with the Royal Society of Marine Artists, and The Pastel Society in London. His work is regularly featured in The Artist and Leisure Painter, Practique des Arts and The Pastel Journal. Tony now lives and works in the UK.
Learn more about Tony Allain at http://www.tonyallainfineart.com