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PASTEL SOCIETY


The Pastel Society (PS) is a registered charity, widely recognised for its success in promoting and encouraging the use of pastel within the contemporary art world. The Society was founded in 1898 and its first exhibition was held in the Royal Institute in Piccadilly. Founder members and early exhibitors included Brangwyn, Degas, Rodin, Rothenstein, Whistler and G F Watts. There are currently over 50 members who are all professional artists living and working in this country and overseas. Membership is granted through a strict assessment of technical skill, originality, innovation and enthusiasm. The Society pursues its aims through education and example. It is currently responsible for organising exhibitions, tutorial workshops, demonstrations and lectures throughout the UK. The Society’s Annual Exhibition is open to entries from both members and non-members. Awards are made for works of particular note.

The Pastel Society 119th Annual Exhibition Exhibition open 20 February to 3 March 2018 10am to 5pm (closes 3pm on final day) Mall Galleries, The Mall, London SW1 Tel 020 7930 6844

info@mallgalleries.com

www.mallgalleries.org.uk

www.thepastelsociety.org.uk Registered Charity Number: 296479


President’s Foreword

Cover Artist: Jeannette Hayes PPS

A warm welcome to The Pastel Society’s 119th Annual Exhibition. The Society champions all dry mediums, soft and oil pastel, pencil, conté and charcoal as well as some mixed media work. Artists use the medium for its vibrant colour, vitality and immediacy. Visitors can be confident of seeing a variety of approaches. The Pastel Society is recognised as foremost in its field, a magnet for brilliant exponents of the pastel medium showing the work of leading contemporary artists as well as encouraging work by new artists yet to be established. This year the Society was challenged more than ever during the selection of work with record numbers of submissions. As always we enjoy the diversity, but not the disappointment we inevitably cause as well. It has been a year of many lows and highs; sadly we have lost three of our most prominent and long standing members, Past Presidents Leigh Parry, John Ivor Stewart and Honorary Member Bernard Dunstan RA. They all shaped the Society’s history and are very much missed. The annual exhibition is a great opportunity to see the work of our newly selected members and this year we are thrilled to include seven new artists; Janine Baldwin, Liz Balkwill, David Brammeld, Melodie Cook, Jaana Fowler, Jan Munro and Simon Hodges, welcome all! We are also delighted to welcome our guest speaker Rupert Maas to open the exhibition. Rupert is a leading British painting specialist and gallery owner, known for his numerous media and television appearances including the BBC Antiques Roadshow. On behalf of the society I would like to thank our loyal sponsors Derwent for their continued support throughout the year and for our award givers, notably the Alfred Teddy Smith and Zsuzsi Roboz Award. The Pastel Society is proud to be associated with this lasting legacy that bears her name. Lastly I thank all the members who contribute tirelessly to the Society and to you the viewer… Jeannette Hayes, President, The Pastel Society

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Jeannette Hayes Yesterday Pastel 91.5 x 120.5 cm £2,400

Yesterday by Jeannette Hayes is featured on the cover of this catalogue. She comments on her painting and working methods: “Yesterday” implies I only created this work very recently! However the shapes and colours are all of objects of yesteryear sitting on the windowsill in my studio… A lot of these are part of my glass collection from Scandinavia and thread their way along the front of the window with the garden in the background… They trigger many early memories of a place which I revisited not that long ago. I am a mood painter with colours and shapes forming the basis of my work. I primarily use soft pastels which move and drift along the watercolour paper I mostly favour. I do experiment with different surfaces, however - it never ceases to amaze me how paper texture can transform colours. I never know where a painting is going to take me, or where I am going with the painting. There is no pre-set path and it is often hard to tell when a painting is finished. I do know that I will learn something new every time and will always enjoy the physicality and mystery of painting with pastels.


Workshops and Events The Pastel Society Workshops

Art Event Evening

Friday 23 February, 11am to 5pm The Urban Environment with John Tookey

Tuesday 27 February, 6pm to 8:30pm

Saturday 24 February, 11am to 5pm Romantic Colours and Dynamic Movements in Pastel with Eiko Yoshimoto

Join members of The Pastel Society for a glass of wine and live music, while painting from your choice of figure models, still life arrangement or the musician, David Kallo, who will perform traditional Hungarian Gypsy and Latin guitar music in costume.

Sunday 25 February, 11am to 5pm Life and Portrait with Susan Relph

Tickets £10, £6 to Friends of The Pastel Society and Friends of Mall Galleries. Book online at www.mallgalleries.org.uk

Monday 26 February, 11am to 5pm Patterns, Pots and Flowers with Jan Munro Tuesday 27 February, 11am to 5pm Treescapes in Graphite with David Brammeld Wednesday 28 February, 11am to 5pm People and Places with Jenny Halstead Friday 2 March, 11am to 5pm Water in the Landscape with Michael Norman £60 per workshop, £55 if booking four. £55 for Friends of The Pastel Society and Friends of Mall Galleries, £50 if booking four. For full details and booking forms visit: www.thepastelsociety.org.uk

Artist Demonstrations and Events Wed 21 Feb, 12 noon to 4:30pm: ‘Portraiture’ with Susan Relph Thur 22 Feb, 1pm and 3pm: President’s Tour with Jeannette Hayes Sat 24 Feb, 11am to 1:30pm: David Brammeld Sat 24 Feb, 2pm to 4pm: Cheryl Culver

Coffee Morning with Ballet Dancers Thursday 22 Feb, 10am to 12 noon Dancers from the Central School of Ballet will be posing for us. Free drawing materials provided. Come along between 10am and 12 noon, get a hot drink and a pastry from the cafe for just £3.

Summer Workshops The Pastel Society is pleased to announce a special series of summer workshops for the amateur and professional artist, tutored by members of The Pastel Society. Venue: St George’s College, Weybridge Rd, Addlestone, Surrey KT15 2QS Monday 20 August, 10:30am to 4pm Workshop with John Tookey Tuesday 21 August, 10:30am to 4pm Workshop with Susan Relph Wednesday 22 August, 10:30am to 4pm Workshop with Brian Dunce Thursday 23 August, 10:30am to 4pm Workshop with Sheila Goodman Friday 24 August, 10:30am to 4pm Workshop with Jan Munro For full details, please visit www.thepastelsociety.org.uk

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Prizes & Awards

Teddy Smith & Zsuzsi Roboz Award

There are a number of prizes and awards available to artists at the Annual Exhibition. These include:

We are pleased to be able to continue to offer £5,000 to support the career of a young artist, through the generous bequest left by Teddy Smith and Zsuzsi Roboz PS.

Derwent Award £1,000 worth of products Alfred Teddy Smith and Zsuzsi Roboz Award £5,000 A major award of £5,000, bequeathed by distinguished member of The Pastel Society, Zsuzsi Roboz (1939-2012), presented to a young artist, aged 35 or under, for traditional skills used in an original way. Previous Winners: 2015 Mike Clapton 2016 Peter Matyasi 2017 Steven King Annie Longley Award £250 The Artist Magazine Award Feature article Artists & Illustrators Award Feature article Caran d’Ache Award Product prize Frank Herring & Sons Award Product prize Henri Roché Award Product prize The Pastel Society Young Artist Award £200 The Pastel Society Catalogue Award: First & Second Prize Featured image The Pastel Society Visitors’ Choice Award £250 worth of Derwent vouchers Royal Talens Award Product prize Schmincke Award Product prize Unison Member Award Set of 72 pastels Unison Non-member Award Set of 72 pastels Unison Young Artist Award £500 West Design - Faber Castell Award Product prize

Zsuzsi and her family went into hiding when the Nazis invaded Hungary in WW2. Zsuzsi’s father, manager of the Vígszínház theatre, was caught and did not survive. When the war ended the Russians were in occupation, but Zsuzsi and her Mother managed to get false papers and escape to France. In 1947, still in her teens, no money and on her own, Zsuzsi came to England to seek a job in shorthand and typing. She approached Sir Alexander Korda, a close friend of her late father who offered her a secretarial job, where she met many stars of stage and screen. Zsuzsi left her job with the Korda brothers when she was accepted as a student at the RA Schools. About this time Zsuzsi met the artist Annigoni at one of his London PVs, and he accepted her as a drawing pupil in Florence. On her return to London, Sir Alexander Korda commissioned Zsuzsi to make a series of portrait drawings of his many contract artists, Laurence Olivier, Ralph Richardson, Claire Bloom, Mary Ure – Zsuzsi never looked back. Commissions for society portraits poured in, and through her theatrical connections she was allowed to make drawings back stage at the Windmill Theatre. The resulting lithographs are in the collection of the Tate. She married Alfred (Teddy) Smith, patron of the new Festival Theatre in Chichester and met Antoinette Sibley, prima ballerina of the Royal Ballet Company and their friendship led to many years of drawing during rehearsals. Zsuzsi’s portrait of Ninette de Valois, founder of the Royal Ballet, is in the National Portrait Gallery. In 1968 she was elected a member of The Pastel Society, remaining so until her death in 2012. After I became President of the Society, I had the honour of going to her fabulous studio for portrait sittings, even the lunch was a joy, champagne and smoked salmon! The resulting portrait was shown with The Pastel Society in 2005. - Moira Huntly, Past President of The Pastel Society

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Invited Artist: Martin Yeoman NEAC

Become a Friend of The Pastel Society

Martin Yeoman is one of the most gifted painters to
emerge from the Royal Academy Schools in the late 1970s and is one of the best draughtsman working in Britain today.

As a Friend you help support the Society in its remit to encourage and promote the pastel medium within the contemporary art world. Join as a Friend of The Pastel Society and receive the following benefits:

Among his commissions to date are Her Majesty The Queen’s grandchildren, Sir Alan Hodgkin OM, Sir Brinsley Ford, Singer/Songwriter Ed Sheeran, 1st Earl Alexander of Tunis (Posthumous) and the former Bishop of Birmingham Hugh Montefiore.

• Early Bird info about members’ exhibitions, workshops and open studios • FREE admission and catalogue to the Annual Exhibition • You will receive The Pastel Society Newsletter • The chance to participate in workshops at a reduced rate • FREE workshops for Life Members • Social Events with fellow Friends and artists • A chance to meet and work with members of The Pastel Society • A token of £100 awarded to a Friend towards the purchase of a painting in the Annual Exhibition Annual Subscription £35 Student Subscription £25 Life Friend Subscription £1,000

Enrolment Form Martin Yeoman Lucie Pastel 48 x 35.5 cm £3,800

Yeoman was the first unestablished artist to accompany HRH The Prince of Wales on his official overseas tours. In 2002, Yeoman was awarded the RP’s Ondaatje Prize for Portraiture for his painting titled ‘Olivier’. Other Awards include: 2016 2016 2004 1998 1996 1979 1978 1976

The Doreen McIntosh Prize at the NEAC The Woodhay Picture Gallery Prize at the NEAC The Bill Turner Prize for Drawing The Philip Solomon Drawing Award
 Menena Joy Schwabe Award Richard Ford Scholarship David Murray Landscape Scholarship Silver Medal for Drawing, Royal Academy Schools

Payment can be made by cheque, Standing Order or by BACs. Complete this form and return it to: Felicity House, 22 Saxonhurst Road, Bournemouth, Dorset BH10 6JH Please enrol me as a Friend of the PS. I enclose my subscription of £35 / £25 / £1,000 (delete as required). (Cheques should be made payable to The Pastel Society) Name Address

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The Pastel Society Catalogue Award

Second Prize Minty Sainsbury Bologna Cathedral Façade Graphite pencil 60 x 60 cm £6,500

First Prize Jocelyn Rossiter Best Friends Forever Oil pastel, acrylic & ink 57 x 47 cm £420

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Angela A’Court Holland Street Soft pastel 71 x 67.5 cm £1,100

Glenys Ambrus Garden Flowers - October Pastel 71.5 x 97 cm £1,950

Tony Allain Red Hair, National Gallery Soft pastel 82 x 51 cm £1,800

Victor Ambrus Natalie Delahaye Pastel pencil 103.5 x 63 cm £2,400 9


Diana Armfield One of the Beguiling Views, Venice Pastel 38 x 30.5 cm £2,250

Janine Baldwin Textures of Snow at Scarborough Pastel, charcoal & graphite 91 x 91 cm £1,100 10

June Arnold Street Food Pastel 93 x 79 cm £1,350

Liz Balkwill Gin O’Clock Pastel 40 x 44 cm £825


Caroline Bays Horse with Attitude Charcoal 84 x 64 cm £890

Jason Bowyer In the Studio Pastel & ink 100 x 70 cm £1,800

Sarah Bee Old Fence, North Cornwall Pastel 75 x 75 cm £1,650

David Brammeld Autumn Reflections Pastel 80 x 106 cm £1,250

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Tom Coates Model in the Studio Pastel 72 x 104 cm £3,000 Patricia Cain Complex Drawing Pastel 122 x 92 cm £4,800

Melodie Cook Tanya. This is Me. Pastel 110 x 90 cm £2,650 12

James Crittenden Towards the Finca Pastel 74.5 x 96.5 cm £5,300


Susan Dakakni Edge of the Woods Charcoal 45.5 x 52 cm £720

Cheryl Culver Before the Falls Pastel 84 x 84 cm £1,875

Matthew Draper Sublime Adventure Pastel 95 x 172 cm £10,500 Roger Dellar Where Five Tides Meet Pastel 57 x 77 cm £1,500

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Brian Dunce Supreme Being Oil pastel 122 x 97 cm £2,000

Anthony Eyton St George in the East Pastel 68 x 61 cm £5,000

Jaana Fowler Purple Bottle Oil pastel on ceramic 28 x 41 x 14 cm £765 Sheila Goodman Normandy Chateau Pastel 66 x 66 cm £785 14


Jenny Halstead Clouds above Valletta Pastel 70 x 68 cm £850

Simon Hodges Bath in Winter Pastel 65 x 75 cm £750

Moira Huntly Cumbrian Landscape Pastel 72 x 65 cm Felicity House Autumn, West Dean Glasshouse Pastel 68 x 76 cm £890 £1,995 15


Libby January Multiple Choice Pastel on tracing paper 51 x 75 cm £800

Jill Jeffrey Path to St Justinian Pastel 67 x 72 cm £825

Bob Last Agnieszka Draped in Gold on the Eames Chair Pastel 127 x 79 cm £5,800 16

Richard Marshall Pembrokeshire Coast Pastel 62 x 71 cm £850


Jan Munro Little Turquoise Teapot Pastel 65 x 61 cm £950

Alexander Prowse Dusk on the Chitravathi River Pastel 58 x 61 cm £1,250

Michael Norman Feeding the Ducks Soft pastel 50 x 64 cm £1,100

Susan Relph Emma - Prolonged Study Pastel & graphite 63 x 51 cm £650 17


Keith Roper Brick Ponds at Ing Pastel 77 x 64 cm £550

Norma Stephenson Abandoned Crofts, Harris Pastel 78 x 78 cm £1,600

Malcolm Taylor Bell Bottom Blues Pastel 42 x 52 cm £700 18

John Tookey Another Monday Pastel 59 x 64 cm £750


Tom Walker Night Ridge Stormlight Pastel 31 x 39 cm £350

Peter Vincent Autumn Ashdown Pastel 80 x 80 cm £750

Robin Warnes Blue Chair, Jug and Pear Pastel 53 x 50 cm £1,250

Roy Wright Autumn Charcoal 134 x 108 cm £4,200 19


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1 Angela A’Court PS Holland Street Soft pastel 71 x 67.5 1,100 2 Angela A’Court PS Obsidian Soft pastel 100 x 100 2,500 3 Tony Allain PS Dawn, St Peter Port, Guernsey Soft pastel 66 x 78 2,800 4 Tony Allain PS Old Harbour, Guernsey Soft pastel 69 x 72 2,500 5 Tony Allain PS Red Hair, National Gallery Soft pastel 82 x 51 1,800 6 Tony Allain PS Red Shade, Groznjan, Croatia Soft pastel 116 x 56 3,000 7 Glenys Ambrus PS Garden Flowers - November Pastel 71.5 x 71.5 1,750 8 Glenys Ambrus PS Garden Flowers - October Pastel 71.5 x 97 1,950 9 Glenys Ambrus PS Girl in Pink Pastel 62 x 72.5 1,750 10 Victor Ambrus PS Dilly’s New Hat Sepia crayon 88 x 67.5 1,800 11 Victor Ambrus PS Harry - Potter of Farnham Black carbon pencil 85 x 64 1,800 12 Victor Ambrus PS Natalie Delahaye Pastel pencil 103.5 x 63 2,400 13 Claire Anscomb Textures II Graphite pencil 21 x 21 300 14 Diana Armfield Hon PS Hon NEAC RA RWA RWS One of the Beguiling Views, Venice Pastel 38 x 30.5 2,250 15 June Arnold PS Asleep on a Sackcloth Pastel 58 x 52 850 16 June Arnold PS Chai Stall in Pushkar Pastel 93 x 76 1,350 17 June Arnold PS Selling Greens Pastel 53 x 47 750 18 June Arnold PS Smoking a Bidi Pastel 57 x 42 550 19 June Arnold PS Street Food Pastel 93 x 79 1,350 20 Malcolm Ashman RBA Yellow Coat Pencil 116 x 84 2,500 21 Zena Assi The Fog Pencil 55 x 43 300 22 Bess Avery PS Autumn Pastel 64 x 79 800 23 Bess Avery PS Red Flowers Pastel 64 x 79 800 24 Maximillion Baccanello Ornithomancy Pastel & conté 104 x 124 3,500 25 Katy Bailey Reflection Pastel 67 x 67 580 26 Janine Baldwin PS Desolate Pastel, charcoal & graphite 78 x 92 850 27 Janine Baldwin PS Leaden Skies Pastel, charcoal & graphite 41 x 65 395 28 Janine Baldwin PS Ploughed Field Pastel, charcoal & graphite 41 x 65 395 29 Janine Baldwin PS Textures of Snow at Scarborough Pastel, charcoal & graphite 91 x 91 1,100 30 Janine Baldwin PS Whisper Tales of Winter Pastel, charcoal & graphite 56 x 56 425 31 Liz Balkwill PS Continental Pastel 41 x 46 825 32 Liz Balkwill PS Gin O’Clock Pastel 40 x 44 825 33 Liz Balkwill PS Lisianthus Pastel 51 x 41 825 34 Liz Balkwill PS Port and Cheese Pastel 44 x 53 845 35 Caroline Bays PS Andrew Charcoal 103 x 80 850 36 Caroline Bays PS Charlie Charcoal 80 x 101 850 37 Caroline Bays PS Horse with Attitude Charcoal 84 x 64 890 38 Caroline Bays PS Jacqueline Charcoal 84 x 64 850 39 Sarah Bee PS Aged Oak at West Dean Pastel 55 x 55 985 40 Sarah Bee PS Lime after the February Trim Pastel 75 x 75 1,650 41 Sarah Bee PS Old Fence, North Cornwall Pastel 75 x 75 1,650 42 Sarah Bee PS Path to Wistman’s Wood Pastel 55 x 55 985 43 Sarah Bee PS Waterlilies at Bushy Park Pastel 75 x 75 1,650 44 Keith Bennett Barbecue Fish Pastel 46 x 38 425 45 Christian Birmingham Art Themen, Jazz Saxophonist Chalk pastel 130 x 68 3,500

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Size (cm)

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Annie Boisseau A Summer Evening, Suffolk Pastel 34 x 34 385 Annie Boisseau Across the Vale Pastel 34 x 34 385 Annie Boisseau Way to Blue Pastel 34 x 34 385 Jason Bowyer PS PPNEAC RP Black Tree and Snow Pastel & ink 50 x 40 750 Jason Bowyer PS PPNEAC RP Brentford Tower Cranes, Evening Pastel & ink 60 x 50 900 Jason Bowyer PS PPNEAC RP In the Studio Pastel & ink 100 x 70 1,800 Jason Bowyer PS PPNEAC RP Towards Dunwich, Winter Pastel & ink 50 x 40 750 Jason Bowyer PS PPNEAC RP Walberswick, Summer Dusk Pastel & ink 60 x 50 900 David Brammeld PS RBA RBSA Autumn Reflections Pastel 80 x 106 1,250 David Brammeld PS RBA RBSA La Vieille Porte Pastel 106 x 81 1,250 David Brammeld PS RBA RBSA La Vieille Porte Bleue Pastel 106 x 81 1,250 David Brammeld PS RBA RBSA Late Spring Walk Pastel 34 x 42 725 David Brammeld PS RBA RBSA Three Winter Trees Graphite 80 x 106 1,200 Susan Brooke Emergence Pastel 78 x 60 600 Patricia Cain PS NEAC RGI ARWS Complex Drawing Pastel 122 x 92 4,800 Patricia Cain PS NEAC RGI ARWS ‘Released by Summer from the Harmless Graves’ Pastel 59 x 75 2,400 Patricia Cain PS NEAC RGI ARWS Spurge, Bine, Lichen Pastel 105 x 75 4,800 Mike Clapton Hard Sun (Purgatory) Charcoals, conté & pencil 110 x 85 2,800 Elizabeth Clough Moss Conté crayon 103 x 73 8,700 Pauline Clough Hon Rtd PS If You Want To Be Happy Oil pastel 63 x 66 1,250 S A Clowes Lisa Conté pastel 74 x 54 700 Tom Coates Hon PS PPNEAC Hon RBA RP RWA RWS Bringing in the Catch, Essaouira Pastel 82 x 104 3,000 Tom Coates Hon PS PPNEAC Hon RBA RP RWA RWS Model in the Studio Pastel 72 x 104 3,000 Melodie Cook PS Sam at 19 Pastel 94 x 69 2,250 Melodie Cook PS Tanya. An Extraordinary Person. Pastel 96 x 69 2,250 Melodie Cook PS Tanya. This is Me. Pastel 110 x 90 2,650 James Cowan Street Scene, New York Pastel 78 x 57 600 James Crittenden Sen PS Towards the Finca Pastel 74.5 x 96.5 5,300 Cheryl Culver PPPS RBA A Slight Ripple on the Water Pastel 53 x 53 695 Cheryl Culver PPPS RBA Before the Falls Pastel 84 x 84 1,875 Cheryl Culver PPPS RBA Mossy Stones and Broken Wall Pastel 74 x 74 1,500 Cheryl Culver PPPS RBA The Path had Become a Stream Pastel 74 x 74 1,500 Cheryl Culver PPPS RBA Tiny Tumbling Stream Pastel 84 x 84 1,875 Blaze Cyan Puffin Island III Oil pastel 52 x 87 755 Susan Dakakni PS Edge of the Woods Charcoal 45.5 x 52 720 Susan Dakakni PS Winter Sunset Soft pastel 46 x 52.5 820 Roger Dellar PS RI ROI Fragmented Rocks Pastel 67 x 92 1,850 Roger Dellar PS RI ROI Hook Head Lighthouse Pastel 67 x 92 1,850 Roger Dellar PS RI ROI Hostile Coast Pastel 57 x 67 1,100 Roger Dellar PS RI ROI Plateau Pastel 57 x 57 850 Roger Dellar PS RI ROI Where Five Tides Meet Pastel 57 x 77 1,500 Louise Diggle Monastery Gardens, Nice - Morning Light Pastel 29 x 39 450 Peter Dijk Eden Walk Boogy 2 Pastel on kozolin paper 80 x 69 650 Hanna ten Doornkaat Untitled #613/2017 Graphite pencil 32 x 23 300 David Douglas Dieffenbachia Oil pastel 70 x 48 330

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Name

Title

Medium

Size (cm)

£

91 Matthew Draper PS A View from Ben Ledi (Triptych) Pastel 15 x 63 1,350 92 Matthew Draper PS Nearing the Summit Pastel 50 x 139.5 5,500 93 Matthew Draper PS Passing Cloud, The Descent of Ben Ledi Pastel 37.5 x 142 5,000 94 Matthew Draper PS Sublime Adventure Pastel 95 x 172 10,500 95 Brian Dunce PS Supreme Being Oil pastel 122 x 97 2,000 96 Robert Dutton Autumn, Ashness Bridge, The Lake District Pastel, charcoal & watercolour 66 x 76 595 97 Lyn Evans Peonies Pastel 40 x 46 450 98 Anthony Eyton Hon PS RA Hon ROI St George in the East Pastel 68 x 61 5,000 99 Anthony Eyton Hon PS RA Hon ROI The Olgas, Australia Pastel 60 x 77 6,500 101 Adam Ferjany Street Scene Chalk pastel 100 x 70 500 102 Jaana Fowler PS Blue Jug Oil pastel on ceramic 28 x 43 x 15 765 103 Jaana Fowler PS Humdrum Heap Oil pastel on collage 43 x 53 675 104 Jaana Fowler PS Purple Bottle Oil pastel on ceramic 28 x 41 x 14 765 105 Jaana Fowler PS Red Stripes Oil pastel on collage 43 x 53 675 106 Barry Freeman Allotments - Evening (2) Pastel 51 x 54 650 107 Barry Freeman Allotments - Towards Dusk Pastel 58 x 64 720 108 Sheila Goodman PS After Leaves Fall Pastel 68 x 54 725 109 Sheila Goodman PS Flood on the Avon Pastel 63 x 81 850 110 Sheila Goodman PS Normandy Chateau Pastel 66 x 66 785 111 Sheila Goodman PS Sunlight through Trees Pastel 45 x 49 495 112 Sheila Goodman PS Winter Orchard Pastel 64 x 62 755 113 Martin Goold From the Castle Tower Pastel 66 x 86 850 114 Martin Goold Mountain Town Pastel 66 x 86 850 115 Lyn Gray Meryl (with Bertie) Conté on collage 100 x 80 1,000 116 Julie Green Bitter Blast Pastel 30 x 31 345 117 Julie Green Dim Sky Frowns Pastel 28 x 29 325 118 Jenny Halstead PS All in Lines Pastel 70 x 68 850 119 Jenny Halstead PS Boxing Day Pastel 46 x 44 400 120 Jenny Halstead PS Clouds above Valletta Pastel 70 x 68 850 121 Jenny Halstead PS The Wind-Break Pastel 70 x 68 850 122 Jenny Halstead PS Wetsuit Pastel 64 x 55 700 123 Jeannette Hayes PPS Green Arches Pastel 45 x 78 1,200 124 Jeannette Hayes PPS Pink Shadows Pastel 80 x 90 2,000 125 Jeannette Hayes PPS Red Sun Pastel 45 x 75 1,200 126 Jeannette Hayes PPS Studio Door Pastel 45 x 45 550 127 Jeannette Hayes PPS Yesterday Pastel 91.5 x 120.5 2,400 128 Tyga Helme Pignano Horses (2) Chalk pastel 42 x 52 400 129 Simon Hodges PS Bath in Winter Pastel 65 x 75 750 130 Simon Hodges PS City in Snow Pastel 44 x 48 495 131 Simon Hodges PS City in Water Pastel 44 x 48 495 132 Simon Hodges PS Venice in Summer Pastel 74 x 94 895 133 Rick Holmes Aggregate Plant Whitstable Pastel 48 x 54 625 134 Benjamin Hope Grandma’s Teacup Pastel 32 x 34 800 135 Benjamin Hope New Mediums Pastel 53 x 43 4,900 136 Felicity House PS Autumn, West Dean Glasshouse Pastel 68 x 76 890

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Felicity House PS Cutting Garden Dahlias, West Dean Pastel 68 x 88 950 Felicity House PS Espalier Tomatoes at West Dean Pastel 59 x 53 790 Felicity House PS The Breakfast Kitchen, Hotel L’Orange Pastel 58 x 71 790 Felicity House PS Tomato and Chilli Chutney Pastel 70 x 70 890 Moira Huntly PPPS RI RSMA RWA Cumbrian Landscape Pastel 72 x 65 1,995 Moira Huntly PPPS RI RSMA RWA Landscape Towards Youlgreave, Derbyshire Pastel 33 x 45 950 Moira Huntly PPPS RI RSMA RWA Orange Fields Pastel 28 x 28 595 Moira Huntly PPPS RI RSMA RWA Rupit, Spain Pastel 28 x 28 595 Moira Huntly PPPS RI RSMA RWA Summer, North Wales Pastel 72 x 65 1,995 Michele Illing Down and Out Charcoal, chalk & soft pastel 69 x 66 1,300 Henry Jabbour Head Oil pastel 36 x 36 495 Henry Jabbour Woman Holding Cup Oil pastel & coloured pencils 86 x 67 750 Alex Jakob-Whitworth Cross Fell Snow Flurries Charcoal 50 x 70 650 Libby January PS Life … Etc. Etc. Etc. Pastel on tracing paper 26 x 53 300 Libby January PS Multiple Choice Pastel on tracing paper 51 x 75 800 Libby January PS Notes from a Song Pastel on tracing paper 50 x 90 900 Libby January PS People at a Party Pastel on tracing paper 43 x 83 800 Libby January PS Sixteen Frames Per Second Pastel on tracing paper 89 x 93 950 Jill Jeffrey PS Path to St Justinian Pastel 67 x 72 825 Jill Jeffrey PS Purple and Olive Land Pastel 33 x 39 325 Jill Jeffrey PS St Davids Head Pastel 67 x 52 725 Jill Jeffrey PS Underhill Farm Pastel 56 x 72 725 Jill Jeffrey PS White Flowers in Landscape Pastel 52 x 69 825 Eliza John Package Oil pastel 60 x 40 650 Maria Kaleta Nelson’s Column in Trafalgar Square Oil pastel 60 x 70 590 Rachael Kidd Snow Sky Soft pastel 84 x 64 950 Rachael Kidd Three Trees Soft pastel 62 x 62 650 Steven King The Captain Pastel 78 x 78 850 Steven King Two Lovers Pastel 78 x 78 850 Christopher Knox Lindisfarne Evening Graphite 67 x 87 1,200 Bob Last PS Agnieszka Draped in Gold on the Eames Chair Pastel 127 x 79 5,800 Bob Last PS Composition with African Influence Pastel 118 x 90 2,400 Bob Last PS The Lovely Lianne Pastel 86 x 83 5,800 Bob Last PS Three on a Beach Pastel 104 x 134 6,500 Kevin Line RBSA Equilibrium Charcoal 113 x 87 2,800 Gareth Lloyd The Tourist Pastel pencil 78 x 78 1,125 Michelle Lucking Refracted I Soft pastel 70 x 55 2,000 Francois Malnati Porcelain Ware Soft pastel 68 x 88 750 Richard Marshall Sen PS Pembrokeshire Coast Pastel 62 x 71 850 Penelope Milner Marie-Ange Pastel 73 x 63 780 Jan Munro PS Anyone for Tea? Pastel 50 x 50 450 Jan Munro PS Hips and Figs Pastel 69 x 67 950 Jan Munro PS Homage to Uig: Isle of Lewis Pastel 72 x 66 950 Jan Munro PS Little Turquoise Teapot Pastel 65 x 61 950 Jan Munro PS Sun’s Past the Yardarm Pastel 73 x 66 950

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Elizabeth Nast Funhouse Soft pastel 38 x 70 965 Elizabeth Nast Little Ar Soft pastel 28 x 42 845 Elizabeth Nast Thwaites Mill Soft pastel 44 x 79 985 Robert Nelmes Sonia Pastel, sanguine & conté 45 x 50 300 Michael Norman VPPS Feeding the Ducks Soft pastel 50 x 64 1,100 Michael Norman VPPS Fresh Afternoon, Exe Estuary Soft pastel 67 x 82 1,700 Michael Norman VPPS Lake in the Woods Soft pastel 77 x 97 2,200 Michael Norman VPPS Winter Sky, Exe Estuary Soft pastel 67 x 82 1,700 Angharad Pelling This is Minnie #Lost #Youth #Digital #Anonymous Colour pencil 163 x 138 1,500 Alexander Prowse PS Chitravathi River, Andhra Pradesh Pastel 61 x 58 1,250 Alexander Prowse PS Dusk on the Chitravathi River Pastel 58 x 61 1,250 Alexander Prowse PS River View, Puttaparthi, India Pastel 62 x 76 1,800 Jane Radstrom Char Pastel 106 x 76 2,300 Ian Rawling Cheese on Toast Soft pastel & pastel pencil 75 x 85 960 Ian Rawling Stripy Lollipop Soft pastel & pastel pencil 85 x 75 960 Richard Rees Burford Oil pastel 43 x 49 500 Richard Rees One New Change from Tate Modern Oil pastel 41 x 86 880 Richard Rees St Ives Rooftops 2 Oil pastel 53 x 65 700 Susan Relph PS Eli - One Chance Pastel & graphite 63 x 51 690 Susan Relph PS Emma - Prolonged Study Pastel & graphite 63 x 51 650 Susan Relph PS Helen - 21.01.17 16.12.17 Pastel & graphite 63 x 80 790 Susan Relph PS Katia - Brief Study with Hat Pastel & graphite 62 x 42 640 Susan Relph PS Lisa - Multiple Studies Pastel & graphite 63 x 80 790 Mark Riley The Oil Jetty Pastel 62 x 47 900 Keith Roper PS Brick Ponds at Ing Pastel 77 x 64 550 Keith Roper PS Late Snow, Lincoln Lane Pastel 71.5 x 64 550 Keith Roper PS Lincoln Lane Evening Pastel 77 x 64 550 Keith Roper PS Low Cloud, Metheringham Fen Pastel 71.5 x 64 550 Jocelyn Rossiter Best Friends Forever Oil pastel, acrylic & ink 57 x 47 420 Jocelyn Rossiter Rebirth Oil pastel & ink 57 x 47 420 Minty Sainsbury Bologna Cathedral Façade Graphite pencil 60 x 60 6,500 Minty Sainsbury Cremona Cathedral Graphite pencil 86 x 66 3,500 Minty Sainsbury Hyde Park Lodge London Graphite pencil 58 x 46 900 Helen Shields River Dee, Dentdale Pastel 96 x 118 880 Anastasia Shimshilashvili Reflection Pastel 80 x 60 2,500 Janine Shute Catering Colander Pastel 65 x 85 745 Janine Shute Tin Teapot Pastel 65 x 85 745 Vincent Soto Blind Lottery Vendor, Madrid Pastel & charcoal 87 x 70 950 Norma Stephenson PS Abandoned Crofts, Harris Pastel 78 x 78 1,600 Norma Stephenson PS Across Bowland Forest Pastel 50 x 50 700 Norma Stephenson PS Coastal Settlement, Harris Pastel 78 x 78 1,600 Norma Stephenson PS Farms and Barns, Yorkshire Dales Pastel 78 x 78 1,600 Norma Stephenson PS Trans Pennine Line Pastel 69 x 72 900 Karen Stone Crows with Yellow Square Pastel & charcoal 86 x 66 500 Robert Strange 3 Rusty Hinges Colour pencil 50 x 50 850


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Robert Strange Squashed Wrapping Paper Colour pencil 50 x 70 1,450 Judy Tate Autumn Soft pastel 60 x 60 600 Judy Tate Winter Soft pastel 60 x 60 600 Malcolm Taylor PS Bell Bottom Blues Pastel 42 x 52 700 Malcolm Taylor PS High Horizon, Pipits Calling Pastel 50 x 50 650 Malcolm Taylor PS Squaring the Circle Pastel 50 x 50 650 Malcolm Taylor PS Trapeze Pastel 50 x 50 650 Malcolm Taylor PS Turn of the Tide Pastel 52 x 52 760 Jennifer Thorpe Turquoise Soft pastel 86 x 120 4,500 John Tookey PS Alwyne Villas N1 Pastel 56 x 74 800 John Tookey PS Another Monday Pastel 59 x 64 750 John Tookey PS High Row, Gainford Pastel 57 x 67 700 John Tookey PS Moorland Road Pastel 36 x 43 350 John Tookey PS The Quay, King’s Lynn Pastel 41 x 48 400 Peter Vincent PS Autumn Ashdown Pastel 80 x 80 750 Peter Vincent PS Autumn Lake Pastel 80 x 80 850 Peter Vincent PS Head Way Pastel 80 x 80 900 Peter Vincent PS Roof Garden Pastel 80 x 80 850 Peter Vincent PS Veg Pastel 46 x 36 300 Tom Walker PS Bostal Twilight Pastel 32 x 33 350 Tom Walker PS Far Below Stormlight Pastel 35 x 40 350 Tom Walker PS High Ridge Light Pastel 36 x 41 350 Tom Walker PS Night Ridge Stormlight Pastel 31 x 39 350 Tom Walker PS Woodland Light Pastel 47 x 57 500 Siobhan Wall Smile, 3 Pastel on acrylic 29 x 35 450 Robin Warnes PS Blue Chair, Jug and Pear Pastel 53 x 50 1,250 Robin Warnes PS Blue Sky Pastel 63 x 69 1,750 Robin Warnes PS Frost Pastel 72 x 78 1,750 Robin Warnes PS Shampoo Bottle Pastel 53 x 50 1,250 Robin Warnes PS Wetherden Road Pastel 40 x 50 875 Christine Watson Cumae Passage I Pastel 76 x 63 500 Christine Watson El Badi Palace IV, Marrakesh Pastel 71 x 57 450 Patricia Whiting Rose Buddies Colour pencil 52 x 64 1,550 Patricia Whiting Roses, Jugs and Drill Colour pencil 71 x 91 2,450 Ann Wilkinson PS A Wooden Head Pastel 57 x 57 350 Ann Wilkinson PS Arrangement by the Fireplace Pastel 100 x 76 950 Ann Wilkinson PS Assorted Flowers Pastel 100 x 76 850 Ann Wilkinson PS Red & Green Arrangement Pastel 76 x 76 600 Ann Wilkinson PS White Flowers on a Patterned Cloth Pastel 61 x 61 350 Tara Will Somber Glow Soft pastel 70 x 52 2,400 Antony Williams PS NEAC RP Naked Portrait - Antonia Charcoal 100 x 76 2,850 Heather Wills-Sandford Summer Day Pastel 53 x 51 900 David Wiseman Culver Beach and Cliffs, Sandown, Isle of Wight Pencil 45 x 55 650 David Wiseman Lake at Apsehill, Isle of Wight Pencil 45 x 55 650 Roy Wright PS Autumn Charcoal 134 x 108 4,200

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Acknowledgements Sponsor Derwent President Jeannette Hayes Vice President Michael Norman Treasurer Colin Murfet Honorary Secretary Jenny Halstead FMAA Past President and Trustee Moira Huntly RI RSMA RWA Exhibition Secretary Peter Vincent FCSD FRSA Membership Secretary Brian Plummer Publicity Secretary Jeannette Hayes

FELICITY HOUSE PS 26 May to 10 June Recent pastels exhibited in the artist’s home www.felicityhouse.eu

Friends Secretary Felicity House Education Secretary Brian Dunce Council Sarah Bee, Matthew Draper, Sheila Goodman SWA, Felicity House, Bob Last MSIAD, Susan Relph ASGFA, Robin Warnes, Roy Wright

DORSET ART WEEKS

Archivist Felicity House AGBI Steward Malcolm Taylor Website Cheryl Culver RBA Bankers Santander and National Westminster Bank plc Accountants Gibbons Mannington, Rye Catalogue Printing Cantate Communications Companions of The Pastel Society Jack Clewer, Ken Gofton, Greg Ladd, Anthony J Lester, John Molony, William Packer, Patricia Patterson, Alec Reed CBE Past Presidents of The Pastel Society 1898-1899 G F Watts OM RA 1899-1939 Melton Fisher RA 1940-1955 H Davis Richter VPROI RI RSW RBC 1955-1965 James A Grant RP 1965-1981 Aubrey Sykes RI 1981-1983 John Blockley NEAC RI RWA 1983-1988 Leigh Parry MA RBA 1988-1993 John Blockley NEAC RI RWA 1993-2003 Thomas Coates NEAC PPRBA RP RWA 2003-2009 Moira Huntly RI RSMA RWA 2009-2012 John Ivor Stewart ADAE FSBA 2012-2016 Cheryl Culver RBA

Artists’ General Benevolent Institution Patron HRH The Prince of Wales President Nicola Hicks MBE For over 200 years the Artists’ General Benevolent Institution has provided assistance to professional artists and their dependants in times of need. Funds are urgently needed for the continuation of this work. Please send donations of any amount to the Steward for The Pastel Society: Malcolm Taylor, 544 Newton Road, Warrington, Cheshire WA3 1PQ Office of the Institution: Burlington House, Piccadilly WIJ 0BB Telephone 020 7734 1193 Registered Charity No. 212667

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The Pastel Society Annual Exhibition 2018  

Featuring works created in pastel, pencil, chalk and charcoal, The Pastel Society exhibits abstract and experimental works alongside traditi...

The Pastel Society Annual Exhibition 2018  

Featuring works created in pastel, pencil, chalk and charcoal, The Pastel Society exhibits abstract and experimental works alongside traditi...

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