AWARD WINNERS
"EXPLORE THIS!" 3 Colored Pencil Exhibition

La Jolla Art Association Gallery, La Jolla, CA
March 8 - April 3, 2005


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THE DERWENT FINE ART PENCILS AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING RECOGNITION
$500

"Final Resting Place"

Richard Huck, CPSA
Lancaster, Pennsylvania

Size: 16.5" x 22"

Media: Colored Pencil on
Arches 260 lb HP

 

WINNER OF THE TOP AWARD!

THE CPSA AWARD FOR
EXCEPTIONAL MERIT
$1000 and EXXPY TROPHY

"Genesis"

Andrew Dold
Barrie, Ontario, Canada

Size: 30" x 40.5"

Media: Colored Pencil Crayons on Paper


THE PRISMACOLOR AWARD
for OUTSTANDING RECOGNITION
$500

"Desert Gargoyle"

Elliott Everson
Phoenix, Arizona

Size: 16" x 12"

Media: Colored Pencil on travertine stone tile

THE CANTON, OH DISTRICT
CHAPTER 101
AWARD OF EXCELLENCE
$300


"Waiting"

Karen Rhiner
San Diego, CA

21 x 21"

Media: colored pencil

THE DETROIT, MI
DISTRICT CHAPTER 104
AWARD OF EXCELLENCE
$300


"Western Sky"

Jeff George
Westerminster, CA

Image Size: 15 x 10"

Media: colored pencil on
brown Canson Mi Tientes paper

THE SAN DIEGO, CA
DISTRICT CHAPTER 202
AWARD OF EXCELLENCE
$300

 


"American Beauty"

Elizabeth Patterson, CPSA
North Hollywood, CA

Image Size: 14 x 27"

Media; colored pencil

THE SAN FRANCISCO
DISTRICT CHAPTER 210
AWARD OF EXCELLENCE
$300


"Kabuki Dreams"

Sylvia Westgard, CPSA
Buffalo Grove, IL

Image Size: 17" high x 8" round

Media: colored pencil, copper paint pen, tassel with beads on gourd surface

FRIENDS OF CPSA
AWARD #1
$250


"Parrot Tulips"

Patty Simon
Memphis, Tennessee

Image Size: 16 x 10"

Media: colored pencil, india ink, watercolors

FRIENDS OF CPSA
AWARD #2
$250

 


"The Minyin"

Jeanne Goodman
Norfolk, Virginia

Image Size: 24 x 36"

Media: colored pencil

 

FRIENDS OF CPSA
AWARD #3
$250


"Le Paysagiste"
(The Landscape Painter)

Rhonda Farfan
Junction City, OR

Image Size: 10.75 high, 5 x 6.5 base"

Media: colored pencil, glass, copper, beads

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