Pikes Peak Pastel Society presents
Color in Quarantine
A National Exhibit
61 entries were received for Color in Quarantine and 38 were juried into the show.
Best of Show: Coxcomb and Still Life Diane Stolz
First Place: Spheres 1 B.F. Reed
Second Place: Storm Horizon Mary Sexton
Third Place: Reflections Margot Ardourel
Marsh Dance Janet Johnson
Storm Approaching Cheryl Winterbourne
Desert Beauty Margie Miller
Closed Due to Covid Nori Thorne
Uber Afterlife Thomas Hardcastle
We are very excited to have Lorenzo Chavez, pastel and oil artist of Parker, Colorado as our juror. Lorenzo Chavez was born in New Mexico. His inherited connection to the colorful and historic Southwest as well as seeing the Taos Society of Artists works as a young boy was the catalyst for his art career. He graduated with honors from the Colorado Institute of Art in 1983 and continued his art education at the newly founded Arts Students League of Denver starting in 1987. Chavez has been an active professional fine artist for 35 years.
Members Only Pastel Exhibition
9/28/19 to 10/25/19
1175 Chapel Hills Dr., Colorado Springs, CO 80920
4:00 to 6:00 pm
NO SPRING CHICKENS
Seasoned Pastel Artists of the Pikes Peak Region
May 3 to May 22, 2019
Laurel Justice Gallery
218 W. Colorado Ave.
Colorado Springs, CO 80903
Pastel painting exhibit by members of the Pikes Peak Pastel Society curated by Laurel Justice, also a pastelist. Emphasis on Spring in our fair region, including any genre, still life, landscape, figure, abstract. Unframed BIN paintings will also be available.
Join us for First Friday on May 3 from 5 – 8pm.
There will be a food truck in the parking lot. The Gallery is also open on First Saturday from 12 – 4pm in case your collectors or you can’t make it on Friday night.
Laurel will host an artist talk on Wednesday May 15 from 5 – 7:30pm.
THE COLOR OF LIGHT
A National Exhibit
1/12/19 to 5/5/19
The Annual Pikes Peak Pastel Society National Exhibition
Sangre de Cristo Arts Center
210 N. Santa Fe Avenue, Pueblo, CO 81003
Artist’s Opening Reception
Friday, February 1, 2019, 5pm to 7pm
We are very excited to have Radeaux of John-Deaux Art Gallery, Pueblo, CO as our juror. A veteran of many art exhibits, both as an artist and as a juror, Radeaux has owned Pueblo’s oldest gallery for over thirty-five years and has represented many of Pueblo’s leading artists.
Colorado’s diverse fauna is the inspiration for Radeaux. He spends many hours in the field studying birds and other animals. When he returns to the studio, he paints what he has seen in his unique style, a combination of detail and restraint, repetition and rhythm. His paintings also explore the patterning, colors and geometrics found in nature. His art also examines spatial relationships and comparisons to stylized depictions of nature from various cultures.
Described by the late Jack Seilheimer, former Dean of Science at CSU-Pueblo, “He’s really a distinguished field ornithologist. He is truly both scientist and artist.” Radeaux has provided illustrations for a variety of publications including all the illustrations for the landmark Colorado Breeding Bird Atlas 1 and the recently published Atlas 2.
60 entries were received for The Color of Light and 34 were juried into the show.
Best of Show: “Invasion” by Leslie Trujillo-Batts
1st Place: “Para Sol” by Bonnie Anthon
2nd Place: “Paradigm Shift” by Honey Lea Gaydos
3rd Place: “Road to Nowhere” by Mary Sexton
Honorable Mention: “Aspen with Purple Mountains” by Susan Tormoen
Honorable Mention: “Moon Glow” by Daniel Rich
Honorable Mention: “Underwater Duo” by Jill Starkey