Pastel Society 2017 Awards.

Derwent Sponsor’s and Product Award

The Alfred Teddy Smith and Zsuzsi Roboz Award £5,000

Unison Colour £500 Young Artist Soft Pastel Award

Contemporary Arts Trust Award £1,000

Unison Colour Product Prize

Caran d’Ache Product Award

Royal Talens/Rembrandt Product Prize

Daler-Rowney Product Prize

Conte a Paris/Winsor & Newton/Col Art Product Prize

The Artist Feature Article

Artists & Illustrators Feature Article

Henri Roché Product Prize

Schmincke Product Prize

Faber Castell/West Design Product Prize

Annie Longley Award £200

Frank Herring & Sons Product Award

Buzzacott Award

The Pastel Society Catalogue Award 1st and 2nd Prize

The Pastel Society Young Artist Award £200

Jackson’s Art Materials Award

Visitor’s Choice Award

New to this year’s exhibition, an opportunity for members of the public to choose their favourite work of the show.
Voting papers may be obtained at the desk and the winning work will be announced at the AGM on Saturday 4th March.
Notification will also be posted on the Pastel Society website, Facebook and Twitter.
Take a look from 5th March onwards to see the Visitor’s Prize image including a short statement from the artist.

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Featured Artist

Jeannette Hayes
Hayes Jeannette Yesterday
' Yesterday '
by Jeannette Hayes

 

Jeannette Hayes PPS 

Biographical Details:

Born in Sweden 1962 Studied Foundation Studies at the Royal Berkshire College of Art B.A (Hons) Fine Art/ Painting at Kingston University
President and Publicity Secretary of THE PASTEL SOCIETY

Societies:

The Pastel Society

Artist's Statement:

Alive with a dynamic expressive energy the landscapes of Jeannette Hayes resonate with a liberated optimistic creativity.
In works that are constructed out of lines and blocks of evocative colour, abstract activity is finely balanced with landscape reference. A love of the exquisiteness and drama of the natural world conveys itself in the drawn marks, gestures and accents of colour. Colour plays a central role - titles often contain a colour: ‘Spring Green’, ‘Orange Mousa’, or ‘Blue Snowing’ - setting an ambient mood to the recording of her experience of a place. This gives the works a poetic quality that is in keeping with the way they were conceived.

Selected Exhibitions:

Dulwich Picture Gallery, Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh The Discerning Eye, London Diorama Gallery Bartley Drey Gallery Chelsea Art Society The Society of Wildlife Artists Annual Exhibition Carlyle Gallery The Gallery, Mayfair Pond Galleries ART LONDON The Arts Club, Dover Street The Bedale Gallery Galerie Aaders, La Garde Freinet, France Manor House Gallery Hampshire Art Fair Mercer Art Gallery, Harrogate Beverley Knowles Fine Art, London The Salt House Gallery, St Ives St David’s Hall, Cardiff Piers Feetham Gallery Alresford Gallery Linda Blackstone Gallery Southampton City Art Gallery Frost and Reed, London Royal Academy of Arts (Summer Exhibition) Gallery LeFort, Bath Martin’s Gallery, Cheltenham Artwave West, Dorset Lion Street Gallery, Hay on Wye The Pastel Society Annual Exhibition, Mall Galleries, London

Selected Awards and Prizes:

Adam & Company/ Spectator Art Prize, Edinburgh 1992 Unison Pastel Materials Award, Pastel Society 2000, 2002 The Arts Club Award, Pastel Society Annual Exhibition 2004, 2010 The Debra Manifold Memorial Award, Pastel Society 2005, 2008 Ages Reeve Memorial – Chelsea Art Society 2005 The Henri Roche Pastel Award, Pastel Society 2012 The Derwent Award, Pastel society 2014

Website:

www.jeannettehayes.com 

Images Shown on Welcome Page (Detail  only):

'The Avenue'
'Orange Hill'
'Orange Walk'
'Red Sun'
'Spring Hedge'
'Blue Hills'

     


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