My painting, Ice Flow, has been selected for the exhibit, Cold II, This show is with the
National Association of Women Artists and will be held at the NAWA Gallery in NYC from
Upcoming Workshop at the Arts Council of York County
121 E. Main Street, Rock Hill, South Carolina 29730
sponsored by the Fort Mill Art Guild
Abstract Workshop in Pastel and/or Acrylic
Debora Stewart PSA IAPS MC
Tuesday through Thursday, October 8-10, 2019
10 am to 4 pm
Lunch included daily
This workshop is open to both pastel and acrylic artists. You can work in one medium or both. You will learn how to work intuitively and expressively, develop abstract compositions, understand color theory, create both small and large works, develop a series, evaluate your work and know when to stop. You will also learn many mixed media techniques in the workshop. Plus you will work in a non-threatening environment and have fun!
ENROLLMENT DEADLINE AUGUST 15, 2019
PSNC Members’ Exhibition at Ambleside Gallery
528 S. Elm Street, Greensboro, NC
Exhibition dates: Sept 6-28, 2019
Submit images via email to Jackson@amblesidearts.com (up to 6 per artist)
Maximum size: 30 x 60”
No Entry Fee. Each artist will have at least one work accepted. The Gallery Director makes choices in order to ensure a cohesive show.
Sales: Artwork must be for sale. A 40% commission will be paid to Ambleside Gallery for each sale.
Work not picked up at scheduled times may be charged a storage fee.
July 22nd – Deadline for submission of images (up to six per artist)
August 1st – Announcement of selected works
August 24th – Delivery of works to gallery, 4-6 PM
August 25th – Delivery of works to gallery, 12-2 PM
Please call Jackson (336-275-9844) if you have trouble conforming to these times.
September 6th – PSNC Members Exhibition Opening and Artists Reception, 6-9pm
Elena Martin, classical pianist and composer, native to Madrid, Spain will be performing her own compositions.
September 28th – Final day of exhibition
September 28th – 4-6pm pick-up of works
September 30th – 4-6pm alternative pick-up date
As you may know, PSNC now has a Signature Membership Designation to which everyone may strive. It involves the accumulation of points which each artist will keep track of on their journey through their exhibitions, competitions, and service. It is very important to note that everyone can earn points through service to our organization. Please read carefully the guidelines document, and when you have accumulated seven points, please send the information with dates, locations, times, or pertinent information to support the earned points to Luana Luconi Winner at Portraits@WinnerStudios.com. I look forward to seeing how your journey progresses. Good luck to all!
Dear Friends and Artists, the PSNC board has decided to have the Holiday Gathering at the home of Luana Luconi Winner on Sunday, December 9th from 2pm to 5+. Please bring your favorite, delectable holiday plate to share. Plan to come even if you and multiple family members are on your way from another gathering or to another gathering. The more the merrier. We will send an email to the membership with address and directions closer to the date. In the meantime, put the date on your calendar!
For more information, see the original post announcement.
You can’t celebrate spring in Danville without Festival in the Park. What began as a small community event in 1974 has since grown into a three-day family friendly festival. Held annually in May, the festival offers everything from arts and crafts to children’s activities and entertainment.
All work must be original in design and presented by the maker (original artist or craftsman). Items made from kits or manufactured items are not allowed. If your items are found to be manufactured, you will be asked to leave and will not receive a refund. This year, we are providing limited indoor space for Fine Arts Vendors. Please submit one photograph showing all items to be displayed. Do not send samples; they will not be returned. The application must be signed and fees must be paid in advance in order to participate (see entry form).
The deadline is April 4. Any questions, contact Briana Brill, firstname.lastname@example.org.
YOU DO NOT WANT TO MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY! REGISTER TODAY!
ONLY 4 Spaces left for March 24 afternoon workshop and 6 Spaces left for Plein Air Workshop on March 25.
March 24th: Free Morning Demonstration from 10:00-12:00pm
March 24th: Afternoon Workshop from 1:00-4:00pm
Lunch is provided for workshop participants
March 25th: Afternoon Plein Air Workshop from 1:00-4:30pm
Location to be determined (It will be in the Charlotte/Matthews area)
(Please note a full refund will be issued if we have bad weather!!)
$45 if you participated in the Saturday Afternoon Workshop
Questions contact Anne Strutz: email@example.com
Solo Show at The Artery Gallery, 1711 Spring Garden, Greensboro, for the month of March. Opening is March 9, 5- 7.
The show includes pastel, watercolor and oil paintings.
The following workshops will be held at the Arts Council of York County in Rock Hill, South Carolina. Two openings left in each of the Jeanne Rosier Smith Workshops. Class size is limited to 12 students, each with their own 6-foot table.
From PSNC member Debbie Rasberry —
Ever since I first picked up a pastel, I have dreamed of visiting beautiful places to drink in the scenery and to paint en Plein air. I have pictured myself in the gorgeous Tuscan countryside, easel set up and pastels ready to capture its glorious beauty. I have also dreamed of seeing the art masterpieces by Da Vinci, Michelangelo, Botticelli, and so many others first hand. I love experiencing other cultures – their customs, cuisines, and their rich history.
Well, folks, that dream may be realized sooner than later. Tony Hedrick, a fellow pastelist, has been taking groups to European countries for many years. His company is focused on missionary work globally, and he travels extensively and frequently throughout Europe and Asia. As a Pastel artist, though, he would love to host a pastel painting trip to Italy. Tony knows Italy like the back of his hand, and he would customize a trip that would be friendly to both artists and non-artists, traveling to the most scenic parts of Tuscany and Umbria, Parma, Cinque Terre and possibly the Amalfi Coast, as well as the cultural and historical centers of Rome and Florence, including Citta Di Castillo and Cortona. The journey would not only provide plenty of quality time for plein air painting, to satisfy the artists, but it also includes daily opportunities to experience the finest cuisine in each region, exploring towns and cities at your own leisure, shopping, visiting local market places, experiencing the historical sights and art museums and interacting with locals, experiencing their culture first hand.
Essentially, this is a tour designed specifically for artists, with plenty of time to paint in different regions, but is also a pleasure trip of Italy for spouses and non-artists. An art and food trip to Italy… it’s my dream come true!!
All accommodation, transportation (not including air travel), activities, private guide services and meals are reserved by Niteo Tours, and Tony plans to host us. We are looking at a trip in the spring of 2019.
If you are interested, and have additional questions, please email me. You do not have to commit, I am just looking to see who may be interested. I want to extend this offer to all 3 Pastel societies of North Carolina. If you’d like to know more, Niteo Tours has some beautiful brochures of previous trips that I can send to you.
Tony and I also discussed getting together in April for an afternoon or evening presentation of the areas we’ll be visiting, and we can also weigh in at that time with the specifics of the trip.
I would love nothing more than to share this trip with my favorite Pastel artists!!!