The Pastel Society Annual Exhibition 2013

The Pastel Society are proud to be Sponsored by Caran d'Ache.

The 2013 Annual exhibition was opened by Philip Mould, Art Dealer/Art Historian/Paintings Expert on BBC' Antiques Roadshow and Presenter of 'Fake or Fortune'.

To view images of the Private View, taken by Marc Volquarsen click here


We would like to acknowledge Marc Volquardsen Infrared Photography
Meilsener Heide 10
21244 Buchholz
GERMANY
www.beyondred.de

A selection of the photographs of the Private view kindly taken by Marc Volquardsen

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Philip Mould Opens the 2013 Pastel Society Exhibition

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Mme Carole Hubscher President of Pastel Society Sponsors Caran d'Ache
With Paul Sacki of Jakar International Ltd Importers of Caran d'Ache


The Pastel Society Art Event


The Art Event Evening was on Thursday the 20th June from 6-8pm. Entry free for Friends for other guests £8 payable at the door. There were two models for the evening, Capt. Rob Marshall RLC and a Japanese lady in a Kimono. There will be live Capt. Marshall entertained us with his guitar and drinks and snacks were available from the Mall Galleries Cafe. Members of the Society worked with Friends and visitors on a wide range of subject matter. Still life, portraits, and figure studies.

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Captain Rob Marshall modelling during the evening

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Shigemi models in a Japanese Kimono

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Almost completed: Studies of Capt. Marshall

Awards Winners for 2013

CARAN D'ACHE AWARD    Winner: Roger Dellar PS RI ROI

THE ARTS CLUB CHARITABLE TRUST YOUNG ARTIST AWARD: Lucas Reynes-Matter

BUZZACOTT AWARD: Rebecca Lloyd  

CONTE A PARIS AWARD: Melodie Cook 

DALER-ROWNEY AWARD: Astrid Volquardsen

DERWENT AWARD: Libby January PS  

JOHN LONGLEY AWARD: Paulene Tunnicliffe

HENRI ROCHÉ PASTELS AWARD: Robin Warnes PS

FRANK HERRING &SONS AWARD: John Tookey PS

FABER CASTELL AWARD: Ken Paine PS PV PPSF 

PURCELL PAPERS AWARD: Christopher Gray

PANPASTEL AWARD: Maria Mari Murga

THE ARTIST MAGAZINE AWARD: Norma Stephenson 

UNISON AWARD: Liz Balkwill 

SCHMINCKE AWARD: Dave West 

THE PASTEL SOCIETY AWARD YOUNG ARTIST AWARD: Lara Scouller

THE PASTEL SOCIETY AWARD YOUNG ARTIST Runner up: Christopher Gray 

THE PASTEL SOCIETY NON-MEMBER'S CATALOGUE AWARD: Halla Shafey

THE PASTEL SOCIETY NON-MEMBER'S CATALOGUE AWARD Runner up: Simon Page

The Pastel Society wish to thank the above companies and individuals for their generous support.


Gallery of Images from the Exhibition

 

 

  • Attitude II (102cm x 104cm)
  • Don't Explain (99cm x 122cm)
  • Ending (109cm x 86cm)
  • Deep Red Roses (42.5cm x 56cm)
  • Monday Dogs I (28cm x 32cm)
  • Monday Dogs II (33cm x 48cm)
  • Peony (36.5cm x 45cm)
  • Yellow Cup (38.5cm x 45.5cm)
  • Old Soldier Surrendering (83cm x 61cm)
  • Cat and Persimmons (74cm x 75cm)
  • Daffodils and Lemons (61cm x 61cm)
  • Still Life with Limes (74cm x 75cm)
  • The Friday Picture (74cm x 75cm)
  • Tulips and Lemons (74cm x 75cm)
  • The Blue Shed, Kew
  • Autumn Surf (20cm x 78cm)
  • As the Moon Peeps through (83cm x 107cm)
  • Glorious Day (55cm x 55cm)
  • Reflections (48cm x 48cm)
  • Arrangement in Blue and White (45cm x 51cm)
  • Studio at 81 (77cm x 63cm)
  • Recline
  • Art for Arts Sake (50cm x 50cm)
  • Cave of Dreams (78cm x 125cm)
  • Moonlight (86cm x 94cm)
  • Object in the Landscape (60cm x 60cm)
  • The Mondrain Dressing Gown (95cm x 100cm)
  • Grasses (49cm x 63cm)
  • Barbican Centre (118.8cm x 42cm)
  • A Track at the Edge of the Forest (40cm x 40cm)
  • Grey Ash stand together on the Slopes (40cm x 40cm)
  • Patterns reflected in the Deep Lake (75cm x 75cm)
  • The Poplars glow as the Light Fades (75cm x 75cm)
  • The Woodland slopes were Deep in Shadow (75cm x 75cm)
  • South Downs (54cm x 44cm)
  • Fiona Hoeing (35cm x 35cm)
  • Juliet amongst the Foxgloves (30cm x 30cm)
  • Ciro (65cm x 88cm)
  • Red Monocle (107cm x 107cm)
  • Simon (65cm x 55cm)
  • Church of the Redentore, Ragusa, Sicily (32cm x 39cm)
  • The Winged Bronze II Giardino de Barocco, Noto, Sicily (111cm x 46cm)
  • Spring Classics Guildford Symphony
  • BMW Cut-Away Engine (60cm x 71cm)
  • Perdiccas Myth V3
  • Prima Ballerina at Curtain Call (39cm x 29cm)
  • Bergslagen, Winter (48cm x 64cm)
  • Staithes at Low Tide (67cm x 85cm)
  • Almuna Terrace (23cm x 19cm)
  • Table for Lunch (78cm x 58cm)
  • Bedsit (60cm x 78cm)
  • Winter Afternoon (41cm x 50cm)
  • Autumn Window
  • Model with Green Cushion (72cm x 72cm)
  • Still Life on Check Cloth (97cm x 72cm)
  • Still Life with Three Pears (97cm x 72cm)
  • Still Life with Tulips (97cm x 72cm)
  • Workshop Model (72cm x 72cm)
  • Breakwater II (21cm x 29cm)
  • Autumn Mist (40cm x 28cm)
  • Submerged (52cm x 46cm)
  • Spiegelrei, Bruges (80cm x 60cm)
  • Self (25cm x 35cm)
  • Girl from the South of Egypt (58cm x 78cm)
  • Levenwick
  • Georgian Terrace at Night (50cm x 50cm)
  • The White Entrance (76cm x 43cm)
  • Waiting for the Queen (29cm x 39cm)
  • Silpho Forest (67cm x 48cm)
  • Westerly Wales
  • Easy Rider
  • Halfway to the Stars (35cm x 48cm)
  • Wells Harbour
  • Eggleston, Teesdale (40cm x 35cm)
  • Teesdale Hamlet (23cm x 30cm)
  • Home on a Ledge in Varanassi (43cm x 33cm)
  • Home on the street in Kolkata (32cm x 39cm)
  • Man from Chattisgarh (18cm x 34cm)
  • Man from Rajestan (17cm x 28cm)
  • Tribeswoman from Orissa (17cm x 32cm)
  • More Coexist (85cm x 114cm)
  • Ask the Question
  • Burton E Moore
  • Joe
  • The Agitator
  • As A Moth That Answers Moth Across A Roaring Hill (30cm x 30cm)
  • Diddle Doings (40cm x 50cm)
  • Nothing Now (35cm x 37cm)
  • Under the Radar (40cm x 50cm)
  • Brancaster (80cm x 60cm)
  • Deep Mid Winter (66cm x 168cm)
  • Foreboding (91cm x 158cm)
  • Adriana Staniscia (53cm x 46cm)
  • David Bailey Biggs, Ramsay Hunt facial paralysis patient2 (38cm x 61cm)
  • Dudley Stock B.D.S (Lon) (51cm x 44cm)
  • Lawrence Bay St Martins (48cm x 63cm)
  • St Martins in Spring (48cm x 63cm)
  • Towards Tresco (48cm x 63cm)
  • Brixham
  • Rolling Hills
  • Hill Farm, Yorkshire Dales (60cm x 60cm)
  • Pembrokshire Coastal Path  (70cm x 70cm)
  • Towards the Minch  (70cm x 70cm)
  • Yorkshire Dales, Hill Barn (60cm x 60cm)
  • The Fading of the Light (110cm x 135cm)
  • Winter 0(144cm x 150cm)
  • Chailey Show1 (80cm x 80cm)
  • Earl Grey (45cm x 45cm)
  • Peppers (45cm x 45cm)
  • Rectangular View (80cm x 80cm)
  • Sleeping Beauty (80cm x 80cm)
  • Garden Window, Kyoto
  • Running Fence, Kyoto
  • Across the Marsh (56cm x 54cm)
  • Hill with Trees (65cm x 50cm)
  • Tree (81cm x 61cm)
  • Dusio (River Orwell) (51cm x 58cm)
  • Red Sky at Night (25cm x 30cm)
  • Nocturne (48cm x 51cm)
  • The Cellist (68cm x 61cm)
  • Seamarsh, Humberstone Fitties
  • Be Mine (43cm x 32cm)
  • You, Me and We (43cm x 32cm)
  • February Snow I (106cm x 150cm)
  • Late February (67cm x 100cm)
  • September Oak (66cm x 85cm)
  • Old Trees at the edge of the Wood (59cm x 59cm)
  • Round Rock at Mattiscombe Beach (39cm x 39cm)
  • Storm at Bantham Bay (59cm x 59cm)
  • Tide Out, Wonwell Estuary, Devon (39cm x 39cm)
  • Wind and Rain at Trevellas Bay, North Cornwall (39cm x 39cm)
  • Giant Anteater (50cm x 73cm)
  • Grevy's Zebra (53cm x 73cm)
  • Indian Crested Porcupine (48cm x 50cm)
  • Nature Morte VII. No More Messages from the Gods (40cm x 28cm)
  • Self Portrait (39cm x 58cm)
  • Sunflowers
  • F. E. Dutton Esq
  • Eli and baby Robin (60cm x 40cm)
  • Nicholas Multiple Studies from Life (83cm x 55cm)
  • Sebastian Two brief Studies (50cm x 40cm)
  • On our Morning Walk (41cm x 51cm)
  • Along Mouse Lane I (51cm x 43cm)
  • Along Mouse Lane II (51cm x 43cm)
  • Forest Rainpool (51cm x 43cm)
  • The Spanish Cloth (50cm x 70cm)
  • Fruit Pastel 13 - At the Back of the Cupboard (60cm x 80cm)
  • Fruit Pastel 16 - Cordial Arrangement (50cm x 35cm)
  • Fruit Pastel 11 (50cm x 70cm)
  • Fruit Pastel 15 - Still Living (50cm x 50cm)
  • Transitions I Diptych (122cm x 244cm)
  • Arena Diptych (122cm x 244cm)
  • John Ambrus (80cm x 40cm)
  • The Chef with Fish (80cm x 40cm)
  • The Pheasant (80cm x 40cm)
  • Deep Wood (70cm x 76cm)
  • Root and Branch (65cm x 60cm)
  • Ashley (70cm x 57cm)
  • Ed Wood (126cm x 89cm)

Featured Artist

Patricia Cain

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 ' Yours and the light from it, un-buoyed '
by
Patricia Cain

Patricia Cain is a Dumfries and Galloway-based artist, author and researcher who completed her PhD through the practice of drawing at Glasgow School of Art.
Her practice (drawing, painting, sculpture and public art) is intimately connected to her interest in skill-lead art-making processes, the value of these as First Person research methodologies and the importance of teaching and encouraging skill in this era of concept-led Art Education.
Her book Drawing: The Enactive Evolution of the Practitioner explores the relationship between drawing and enactive thinking and examines how art-making can actualize and visually make evident the emergent aspects of its own activity, allowing artists to become self-aware of their own thinking and learning processes.
Trish exhibits nationally and internationally, winning both the Threadneedle and Aspect Prizes in 2010. Her recently acclaimed major exhibition at Kelvingrove, Drawing (on) Riverside, exposed the nature of practitioner knowledge to a wider lay audience through the observation and response to the construction of Glasgow’s new Riverside Museum which has subsequently been likened to Dewey’s study of the nature of method.

Curriculum Vitae

Education

2004/08 PhD, Glasgow School of Art
2000/04 BA (Hons) Fine Art – Cumbria College of the Arts
2002 UK Intra-transfer Test – Law Society of Scotland
1988/89 Law Society Finals – Northumbria University
1984/87 LLB (Hons) Law – Northumbria University
1982/83 1st Year BA (Hons) Illustration – Central St Martins
1982 Arts Foundation Course – Cumbria College of Art and Design

Selected Awards:

Royal Watercolour Society Award, RWS Contemporary Watercolour Competition 2014, Finalist, Arte Laguna Prize 2013 Venice, RSA Residency Award 2013 – Barns-Graham Trust, James B S Curr Memorial Award, Paisley Arts Institute 124th Annual Exhibition, Discerning Eye Scottish Regional Prize 2012, Winner Threadneedle Prize 2010, Winner Aspect Prize 2010, The Bet Low Trust Award, Daler Rowney Award The Pastel Society, Finalist International Drawing Annual (INDA) 2010, RSA Residency Award 2009, Arts Trust of Scotland Award, RSW Visual Arts Residency, Hospitalfield House, Arbroath, Glasgow Art Club Fellowship Prize, Royal Glasgow Institute, House for an Art Lover Prize, Royal Glasgow Institute Exhibition, Royal Scottish Academy John Kinross Scholarship 2007, Oppenheim – John Downes Memorial Trust Award, Colonel McClean Trust Scheme/Logan and Johnston School Scheme Award, Golden Jubilee Fellowship Fund Award, New Contemporaries Shortlist, Rootstein Hopkins Shortlist, Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons Prize, Royal Glasgow Institute, Horace W. Goldsmith Scholarship for Drawing, Glasgow School of Art

Selected Solo Exhibitions:

2012 Drawing (on) Riverside 11 Spitalfields Gallery
2011 The Riveted Eye House for an Art Lover
2011 Drawing (on) Riverside Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum
2010 Tri Juncta in Uno The Meffan Gallery
2009 Recent work from Florence and Glasgow, House for an Art Lover
2008 Drawing Construction, Lillie Gallery
2006 Clyde Redevelopment, Backdoor Gallery
New Work, Glasgow Royal Institute Kelly Gallery
2004 Surfaces Geologia, Glasgow School of Art
Surfaces Geologia, RIAS Gallery, Edinburgh
2001 Lake District Landscapes, Theatre-by-the-Lake Gallery, Keswick

To read more about the career of Artist Patricia Cain http://www.patriciacain.com 
Public Art:

2011 Architectural Installation in collaboration with architect Anne Nisbet Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum
Glass Installation in collaboration with Glass Artist Alec Galloway Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum
2010 Haggs Gate, Pollockshaws, Glasgow.

Collections:

Flemming-Wyfold Collection, Glasgow Museums, Royal Scottish Academy, Lillie Gallery, BBC Scotland, House for an Art Lover, Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons, North Glasgow Housing Association, Bam Construction

 

     


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