• 13 May 2017 7:40 AM | Anonymous

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    Click here to go to blog post about our exhibition

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  • 02 Feb 2017 7:47 PM | Anonymous

  • 27 Aug 2016 12:49 PM | Anonymous

    2016 Statewide Pastel Exhibition

      On Common Ground

    Hickory Museum of Art - May 21 - August 21

    Reception May 21 - 6:00 pm to 8:00pm

    Elizabeth Mowry, PSA - Juror

    Click here for List of Winning Artists

    Lily Pads by Maggie Whitney - 2015 Grand Prize Winner

    Congratulations to our PPS members invited to this Exhibition

    Kate Bergquist 

     Woodland Edge - Along The Fenceline

    Malia Bryngelson

    Happy Camper - In From the Outback

    Judith Cutler


    Terry Davis

    Twilight through the Mist

    Jay DeChesere

    Keffer Oak - Hold On There!

    Michael Ericsson


    Jeannie Gilland

    Golden Glow

    Anthony Hedrick

    Full English Breakfast, Burford, Cotswold, England

    L. Hudson-Tolles

    The Pony Warriors:  After Battle

    Nancy Marshburn

    Requiem in Blue - Soulful Blues

    Pam Neighbors

    Sweet Dreams - Early Dance

    Diane Pike

    The Wren

    Laura Pollak

    Coastal Quiet

    Kurt Weiser

    Valley Ridge (Diptych) - Climbing Vine

    CLICK HERE for prospectus 

  • 27 Jul 2015 4:27 PM | PPS Admin

    Announcing our 2015 Members Exhibit.

    "Piedmont Pastel Society Third Annual Calendar Show"

    We will showcase Piedmont Pastel Society members for their individual style. All members are encouraged to enter work with any subject matter for a non-juried exhibit at the McDowell Arts Center, 123 McDowell Street, Matthew NC 28105 on October 4 to November 7, 2015. 

    Click 2015-PROSPECTUS-calendar-show.pdf to download PPS 2015 Member Show Prospectus                             "Pumpkin Hollow"

                                                                                          by Nancy Marshburn

                                                                                             2014 Calendar Winner!

    Last year our calendar was sold internationally! This is great publicity for our society and each member!

    Please contact Exhibit Chair, NICKI SHISHAKLY,

    if you have any questions.

  • 15 May 2015 9:14 PM | PPS Staff (Administrator)

    PPS took 2 of the top awards for the 2015 Statewide Exhibition! 

    First Place went to Walter Stanford for “King of South America”

    Second Place went to Diane Pike for “Evening Grosbeak”.

    Product Award recipients were as follows:

    Walter Stanford, “The Eagle Owl”

    Anthony Hedrick, “Butchers Morning Off, Aix en Provence”

    Judith Cutler, “Maple Seeds #8”

    Nancy Marshburn, “Boys and their Toys”

    Laura Pollak, “Through the Arches”

    Kurt Weiser, “Valley Morning

    Nancy Marshburn, “Radish Family”

    Deb Rasberry, “Looking Back”

    Malia Bryngelson, “Grab a Bite”

    Verna Hash, “Martha”

    Regina Burchett, “Higher”


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