15th Annual, PSC 2019 Mile High National Pastel Exhibition

by Matthew Innis |


 

The Pastel Society of Colorado sponsors its highly competitive Mile High National Pastel Exhibition at a venue in the Denver Metropolitan region every summer. Over 100 exceptional pastel paintings are selected by a nationally-recognized juror and judge from at least 300 highly competitive entries. The resulting show is an opportunity for artists to win up to $4000 in awards, art connoisseurs to expand their collections, and the public to enjoy the shimmering colors of pastels throughout the shows 4 – 8 week duration. The breadth of subjects, styles, and skills found only in pastel paintings at their best are captured in the show’s beautiful catalogue. As with all artwork sold through PSC shows, the commission collected by the organization is used to fund cash awards for artists in future exhibitions.

 

Where: Curtis Center for the Arts, Greenwood (CO)

When: May 11 - June 29, 2019

Curtis Center for the Arts

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