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Look Again
The Pastel Society Annual Exhibition
Exhibition open 24 February to 7 March 2015, 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

The Pastel Society 2015

The Pastel Society


Sponsor Caran dAche
President Cheryl Culver RBA
Vice President Jeannette Hayes
Treasurer Colin Murfet
Honorary Secretary Jenny Halstead FMAA
Past President and Trustee Moira Huntly RI RSMA RWA

Bankers Santander and National Westminster Bank plc


Accountants Gibbons Mannington, Rye
Companions of the Pastel Society:
Patricia Patterson, Manya Igel, Greg Ladd, Anthony J Lester,
Alec Reed CBE, William Packer, John Molony, Jack Clewer,
Ken Gofton
Photography Alex Mary Hughes

Exhibition Secretary Peter Vincent FCSD FRSA


Membership Secretary Brian Plummer
Publicity Secretary Jeannette Hayes
Friends Secretary Ann Wilkinson RBSA
Education Officer John Ivor Stewart ADAE FSBA
Council:
Glenys Ambrus ARCA
Victor Ambrus ARCA RE FRSA
Matthew Draper
Bob Last MSIAD
Brian Plummer
Susan Relph ASGFA
Antony Williams NEAC RP
Roy Wright
Archivist Felicity House
AGBI Steward Jeannette Hayes
Administration Office
17 Carlton House Terrace, London SW1Y 5BD
Tel: 020 7930 6844 Email: info@mallgalleries.com

Pastel Society Presidents


18981899

G F Watts OM RA

18991939

Melton Fisher RA

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H. Davis Richter VPROI RI RSW RBC

19551965

James A Grant RP

19651981

Aubrey Sykes RI

19811983

John Blockley NEAC RI RWA

19831988

Leigh Parry MA RBA

19881993

John Blockley NEAC RI RWA

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Thomas Coates NEAC PPRBA RP RWA

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Moira Huntly RI RSMA RWA

20092012

John Ivor Stewart ADAE FSBA

2012present Cheryl Culver RBA

The Pastel Society 2015

Artist demonstrations and special events


Wednesday 25 Feb, 2pm to 5pm

Susan Relph PS

Thursday 26 Feb, 11am to 4pm

Ann Wilkinson PS

Monday 2 March, 2pm to 4:30pm

Roger Dellar PS RI ROI

Tuesday 3 March, 2:30pm to 4pm

John Tookey PS

Thursday 5 March, 11am to 5pm

Peter Vincent PS

Art Event Evening


Thursday 5 March, 6pm to 9pm
This event is an exciting opportunity to work alongside Members of
the Pastel Society.
To purchase your ticket or reserve a place, please contact Mall
Galleries on 020 7930 6844 or at info@mallgalleries.com
Tickets are FREE to Friends of the Pastel Society,
5 to Friends of Mall Galleries
and 8 to others.
There will be a welcoming glass of wine or a soft drink served on
your arrival and the Mall Galleries Cafe will stay open until 8pm.
Prize for the best Non-Member work completed during the evening.
Sealed Bid Paintings will be finalised during the evening also the
Friends Draw.

Prizes & Awards


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

The Arts Club Charitable Trust


An award of 1,000

Alfred Teddy Smith and


Zsuzsi Roboz Award
An award of 5,000 for an
artist under 35 years old

Buzzacott
An award of 750

Daler Rowney
An award of a pastel box
Derwent
An award of pastel pencils
Cont Paris
An award of art materials
Unison Colour
An award of art materials
The Artist Magazine
An award of a Feature article
Artists & Illustrators
Magazine
An award of a Feature article
and subscription
Henri Roch
An award of art materials

Faber Castell
An award of art materials
Frank Herring and Sons
An award of an easel
The Annie Longley Award
An award of 200
PanPastel
An award of art materials
The Pastel Society Catalogue
Award First and Second Prize
An award of artwork featured
in the exhibition catalogue
The Pastel Society Young
Artist Award
Many thanks to Kirsten TofteJensen for her continuing
support of The Pastel Society.

Schmincke
An award of pastel pencils

Art materials, courtesy of Caran dAche will be on sale.


Models, Still Life and entertainment.
Music by David Buckingham Classical Guitar.

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Presidents Foreword
We are delighted to welcome John Russell Taylor, English critic and author to Open our 116th Annual Exhibition.
We would like to thank him for spending time with us at the Mall Galleries and we hope that he will enjoy our show.
John Russell will also be presenting the Awards for 2015 including the new prestigious Alfred Teddy Smith and Zsuzsi
Roboz Award for a Young Artist. This award is a bequest in memory of Zsuzsi Roboz who died in 2012. Zsuzsi was
a distinguished member of the Pastel Society and a piece of her work can be seen in the gallery.
We have the work of many young artists in our exhibition and I trust that they have all created masterpieces for the
Pastel Society 2015. But to quote John Russell, It is always disastrous to start your career with a masterpiece. No-one
will ever let you live it down, or allow that you are living up to it. We are sure that this exhibition is full of masterpieces
and we thank all the non-members and young artists who have supported us by submitting their work. The exhibition
benefits greatly from their input.
The Society is also extremely fortunate to have excellent support from the Award Givers and our Sponsors Caran
dAche. I would like to take this opportunity to thank all of them; their generosity both in the time they give and the
prizes they donate is very much appreciated. Our Sponsors Caran dAche celebrate their centenary this year and we
would like to wish them every success for the future and we all look forward to a long lasting relationship with them.
During this exhibition members of the Society will be running Workshops and there will also be Demonstrations on the
days shown on page 3 of the catalogue. Be sure to take note of the Art Event which is held on Thursday 5 March, 6pm
to 9pm. This event is an exciting opportunity to work alongside Pastel Society members and to meet socially. For those
who do not wish to draw or paint, please come along anyway and listen to guitarist David Buckingham whilst watching
the artists at work. Spectators are very welcome.
My thanks as ever to the Pastel Society members for their support and for producing such excellent work and of course
to the FBA staff who keep the whole process on course and organise us all with amazing good humour.
Finally forget the word PASTEL with its associations and preconceived images. The Pastel Society is open to all dry
media and that is its strength; strength in diversity and adversity. It stretches the boundaries and goes well beyond what
is expected, inviting the visitor to LOOK AGAIN. Let us celebrate the enormous variety and skill represented on the
walls of the Mall Galleries during this show and make this our best year ever.
Cheryl Culver, President of The Pastel Society
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Zsuzsi Roboz PS: Prize Bequest


Her 2011 series, Face to Face, was devoted to notable British
and Irish writers, among them personalities as different from one
another as Anita Brookner, Tom Stoppard, Seamus Heaney and
PD James. She always tried to give these likenesses something
that went further than simple realism. Essentially she was a
symbolist artist she wanted to catch the creative aura of those
she portrayed, many of whom have not otherwise been the
subjects of penetrating works of art of this sort.
Zsuzsi, who passed away in July 2012 aged 82, generously
bequeathed an Award of 5,000. This first year represents a
trial of the Award which we hope will continue each year at
the annual exhibition of the Pastel Society, Mall Galleries. The
Award named the Alfred Teddy Smith and Zsuzsi Roboz Award
has been designated in Trust to recognise Zsuzsis enormous
contribution to draughtsmanship.

Zsuzsi Roboz PS Self Portrait

Zsuzsi Roboz was a distinguished member of the


Pastel Society with a gift for portraiture. Although
she never regarded herself as being primarily
a portrait painter, posterity will undoubtedly be
grateful to her for her interest in portraying leading
creative personalities of her time. These included
figures from the worlds of dance, theatre, literature
and music.

The Award will be presented to a young artist, under the age


of 35 years, for their traditional skills used in an original way,
at the Opening of the 116th Annual exhibition by John Russell
Taylor, critic and author. The judges (appointed by Trustees
of the Zsuzsi Roboz Trust) have been encouraged to award
the Prize to the artist, submitting through the open entry to the
Pastel Society annual exhibition, who demonstrates a particular
excellence in draughtsmanship.
The Pastel Society is proud to be associated with this lasting
legacy that will bear her name.

The Pastel Society 2015

The Pastel Society Award for Non-Members

1st Prize
Jaana Fowler Late Night Still Life
Oil pastel on collage
54 x 43 cm 650
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2nd Prize
Amanda Palmer Ascension
Graphite & carbon pencil
60 x 77 cm 1,500

The Pastel Society 2015

Brian Plummer PS: Cover Artist


These physical characteristics of the subject are referred
to in the building of a low level construction on the panel
I am to work on. My recent work made from studies in
Japan show this very clearly.
Until relatively recently I had not considered working in
pastel. I have always worked in acrylic or watercolour.
A member of the Pastel Society saw my drawing in an
exhibition at the Royal Academy Summer Show and
encouraged me to submit to the society. I continued to
submit and eventually became a member. I was now
surrounded by so many keen pastel painters that I felt I
should investigate the medium. Pastel is now one of my
ongoing interests.
Brians piece Red Gateway, Japanese Gdn, Kyoto is this
catalogues cover image.
I was born in London, lived my childhood and spent my
studentship there. Towards the end of my studies at the
Royal Academy Schools, I decided to move away from the
influences of urban landscape. This conscious decision took
me to the landscape of the Pennines into the Three Peaks
area of the Yorkshire Dales which is enclosed by the hills
and dales of Pen-y-Ghent, Whernside and Ingleborough.
The area exposes the underlying geological structures on
which much of my work has been based. The prehistoric
standing structures of the landscape of Cumbria have also
been an important element in the development of my work.
I begin the investigation of a subject by a series of
drawings and colour studies which are made on the spot.
In addition my observation of the components of what
I am investigating are a major important consideration.
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Brian Plummer PS Across the Landscape, Yorkshire Dales Pencil on cartridge

The Pastel Society 2015

Angela ACourt Five Things You Should Know Pastel, 29 x 47 cm 800


Glenys Ambrus
Clare with Rose
Pastel, 71.5 x 54 cm
1,250

Victor Ambrus
Kathy - Country Girl
Pastel & cont,
64 x 85 cm 2,500

Bess Avery Gulls at Leigh Pastel, 34 x 27 cm 850


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Caroline Bays Nude Portrait Pastel, 49 x 49 cm 650

Jason Bowyer
Camp Bastion, Shade
Pastel, ink & collage, 84 x 64 cm
1,750
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Sarah Bee Warm Haze at Haytor Quarry Pastel, 80 x 80 cm 1,500

Patricia Cain
Spring at Milnton
Mixed media, 70 x 88 cm
1,650

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James Crittenden Landscape Axarquia Pastel, 72 x 97 cm 3,700

Pauline Clough Work of Sight is Done, Work of Soul Begin


Pastel, 34 x 44 cm 850

Cheryl Culver
Reflections
Pastel
84 x 84 cm
1,700

Roger Dellar Sun Breaking Through Pastel, 98 x 123 cm 2,500


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Matthew Draper Sublime Adventure Pastel, 107 x 183 cm 10,500

Brian Dunce
Galloper Shadows Carrousel La Belle Epoque Isle dOlron
Oil pastel, 94 x 87 cm 3,000

Anthony Eyton Evening Promenade, Rio Pastel, 48 x 128 cm 5,000

Sheila Goodman
Down to the Cobb, Lyme
Pastel, 56 x 56 cm 575
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Jeannette Hayes Pastourel Pastel, 81 x 113 cm 2,800

Jenny Halstead Half-Term Holiday Pastel, 70 x 68 cm 825

Felicity House
Kitchen Herb Garden
Pastel, 68 x 66 cm
950

Moira Huntly
Harlech Castle
Pastel, 85 x 70 cm
2,250
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Jill Jeffrey Pembrokeshire Harvest Pastel, 67 x 52 cm 850


Bob Last Blue Harmony Pastel, 72 x 66 cm 940

Richard Marshall Springtime Pastel, 62 x 71 cm 850


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Michael Norman Dusk at Turf Locks Soft pastel, 67 x 82 cm 1,600

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Ken Paine
Self-portrait
Pastel, 70 x 60 cm
3,000

Alexander Prowse View from White Horse, Westbury


Oil pastel, 97 x 97 cm 1,800

Brian Plummer
Red Gateway,
Japanese Gdn, Kyoto
Pencil on cartridge
63 x 63 cm 1,200

Susan Relph
Antonia - Cap Reversal
Pastel, 84 x 62 cm 890
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Keith Roper Fen Copse Pastel, 76.5 x 66 cm 680


Norma Stephenson Ridge Walk on Bowland Fells Pastel, 85 x 85 cm 2,200

John Ivor Stewart Souvenir of a Landscape (IMP, 3)


Soft pastel on a 3D construction, 39 x 33 x 29 cm NFS
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John Tookey Trumpington St, Cambridge Pastel, 51 x 63 cm 750

The Pastel Society 2015

Peter Vincent St Peter-on-the-Wall Pastel, 80 x 80 cm 950

Robin Warnes Red Table Pastel, 56 x 60 cm 1,650

Tom Walker Still Life with Exploding Glass Pastel, 72 x 85 cm 500

Ann Wilkinson Still Life with Flowers Pastel, 74 x 74 cm 850


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Roy Wright Japanese White Pine Charcoal, 95 x 140 cm 4,200

Eiko Yoshimoto The Thames - London Pastel, 72 x 94 cm 4,950

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1 Angela ACourt PS Bedding Plants Pastel 800


2 Angela ACourt PS First Thing Pastel 800
3 Angela ACourt PS
Five Things You Should Know
Pastel
800
4 Angela ACourt PS Time with Wilfred Pastel 800
5 Crawfurd Adamson Apart Pastel 3,200
6 Crawfurd Adamson Communication Pastel 2,300
7 Crawfurd Adamson Detached Pastel 2,300
8 Tony Allain Campanille, Venice Soft pastel 500
9 Tony Allain Red Brolly Soft pastel 500
10 Tony Allain Yacht Club Terrace Soft pastel 500
11 Glenys Ambrus PS ARCA Clare with Book Pastel 950
12 Glenys Ambrus PS ARCA Clare with Rose Pastel 1,250
13 Glenys Ambrus PS ARCA Natalie Pastel 1,250
14 Glenys Ambrus PS ARCA
Still Life with Garden Flowers
Pastel
1,200
15 Glenys Ambrus PS ARCA
Still Life with Tea Kettle
Pastel
1,200
16 Victor Ambrus PS ARCA RE
Chef with Pheasant
Pastel & cont
2,500
17 Victor Ambrus PS ARCA RE
Girl from South Sea Islands
Pastel & cont
2,500
18 Victor Ambrus PS ARCA RE
Kathy - Country Girl
Pastel & cont
2,500
19 Victor Ambrus PS ARCA RE Kindi Pastel & cont 2,000
20 Victor Ambrus PS ARCA RE Victoria Pastel & cont 950
21 Freda Anderson Protea Charcoal 400
22 Bess Avery PS Blue Garden Pastel 850
23 Bess Avery PS Fruit and Flowers Pastel 850
24 Bess Avery PS Garden 3 Pastel 850
25 Bess Avery PS Gulls at Leigh Pastel 850
26 Bess Avery PS Study of Daffodils Pencil 350
27 Max Baccanello Deadly Sin Pastel & cont 4,000
28 Janine Baldwin Frozen Pastel, charcoal & graphite
525
29 Janine Baldwin January Pastel 525
30 Liz Balkwill Bramely & Blackberries Pastel 595
31 Liz Balkwill Dutch Bowl & Lemons Pastel 595
32 Liz Balkwill Sunflowers Pastel 725
33 Liz Balkwill Teapot & Fortune Cookies Pastel 575
34 Carmel Bassan Nunhead Green Cont 750
35 Caroline Bays PS Nude Portrait Pastel 650
36 Caroline Bays PS Nude with Red Hair Charcoal & pastel 850
37 Caroline Bays PS Rock Star Charcoal 850
38 Sarah Bee PS Autumn in Cornworthy Pastel 975
39 Sarah Bee PS Gorse at Rushmore Pastel 975
40 Sarah Bee PS Jewel in the Woods Pastel 1,500
41 Sarah Bee PS Tree Trunks by The Dart Pastel 1,500
42 Sarah Bee PS Warm Haze at Haytor Quarry Pastel 1,500

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David Beech Dragonfly and Swallow Pastel 450


Diane Bellamy Messy Drawer Pencil 900
Diane Bellamy Reinforcements Pencil & Letraset 800
Victoria Blak For Me Only Pastel 8,000
Victoria Blak Quantum Dot Pastel 8,000
Victoria Blak Wrong Theory Pastel 5,000
Jason Bowyer PS PPNEAC RP
Camp Bastion, Glow
Pastel, ink & collage
1,750
Jason Bowyer PS PPNEAC RP
Camp Bastion, Shade
Pastel, ink & collage
1,750
David Brammeld RBA Looking Up Graphite 1,050
David Brammeld RBA Summers Coming Graphite 1,050
Chris Burdett Gathering It In Pastel 500
Patricia Cain PS NEAC Milnton Garden II Mixed media 1,695
Patricia Cain PS NEAC Spring at Milnton Mixed media 1,650
Mark Cazalet Winter Whiteness 1, Bethany Pastel 900
Mark Cazalet
Winter Whiteness 2, Bethany Pastel 850
Qiaoxi Chen The Bird Charcoal 500
Mike Clapton Take Care Compressed charcoals
2,800
Jack Clare Fond Memories Charcoal 575
Peter Clayton Ilfracombe Beauties Pastel 450
Peter Clayton Netted Pastel 450
Patricia Clements French Tablecloth Pastel 1,200
Pauline Clough Hon Rtd PS
Work of Sight is Done, Work of Soul Begin
Pastel
850
Tom Coates Hon PS PPNEAC PPRBA RP
Egyptian Dancer
Pencil & chalk
650
Tom Coates Hon PS PPNEAC PPRBA RP Flamenco Pastel 1,800
Tom Coates Hon PS PPNEAC PPRBA RP
Flamenco Dancers
Pastel
1,800
Melodie Cook
Nancy Trotter Landry and Bobby
Pastel & Cont a Paris
2,000
Louisa Crispin Lichen on Birch V Graphite 750
James Crittenden Sen PS Landscape Axarquia Pastel 3,700
Cheryl Culver PPS RBA Last Light Pastel 1,800
Cheryl Culver PPS RBA Reflections Pastel 1,700
Cheryl Culver PPS RBA
Stone Walls in the Valley
Pastel
1,800
Cheryl Culver PPS RBA
Wild Foxgloves in the Wood
Pastel
1,700
Cheryl Culver PPS RBA Winter Birches Pastel 650
Merrie Curtiss-Fuller Asleep (Dad Age 85) Charcoal 580
Stewart Dakers Fair Game Pastel 400
Joseph Davey Tom Reading Charcoal 1,000
Roger Dellar PS RI ROI
Pathway through the Wood
Pastel
800
Roger Dellar PS RI ROI Snow in the Wood Pastel 1,200
Roger Dellar PS RI ROI Sun Breaking Through Pastel 2,500
Roger Dellar PS RI ROI
The Allotment in Winter
Pastel
1,100
Roger Dellar PS RI ROI Winter in the Wood Pastel 1,800
Louise Diggle Prayag Ghat, Varanasi Pastel 420

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Medium

85 Louise Diggle Street Food, Varanasi Pastel 420


86 Louise Diggle Washing and Boat, Varanasi Pastel 460
87 Matthew Draper PS Sublime Adventure Pastel 10,500
88 Nick Dudding Sapeur (1) Pastel 4,250
89 Nick Dudding Sapeur (3) Pastel 4,250
90 Brian Dunce PS
Galloper Shadows Carrousel La Belle Epoque Isle dOlron Oil pastel
3,000
91 Robert Dutton
Winter Trees and Pennine Snow
Pastel, charcoal & ink
595
92 Anthony Eyton Hon PS RA ROI Eden Project Pastel 3,000
93 Anthony Eyton Hon PS RA ROI
Evening Promenade, Rio
Pastel
5,000
94 Howard Flanagan Colmers Hill Pastel 795
95 Jaana Fowler
Late Night Still Life
Oil pastel on collage
650
96 Barry Freeman Dusk - Spa Hill Oil pastel 2,100
97 Julia Gardner Later On That Night Chalk pastel 350
98 Sara Gasiorek Lemons on a Table Pastel 800
99 Sheila Goodman PS SWA
Down to the Cobb, Lyme
Pastel
575
100 Sheila Goodman PS SWA Dune Shadows Pastel 785
101 Sheila Goodman PS SWA Late Sail off Brownsea Pastel 475
102 Sheila Goodman PS SWA Studland Reeds Pastel 475
103 Sheila Goodman PS SWA Windsurfing, Poole Harbour Pastel 375
104 Martin Goold Gothic Pastel 750
105 Martin Goold Quai Pastel 750
106 Julie Graves Entanglement Oil pastel 3,500
107 Christopher Gray Self-portrait Pastel 700
108 Jenny Halstead PS Half-Term Holiday Pastel 825
109 Jenny Halstead PS In and Out Pastel 825
110 Jenny Halstead PS Life is Just Pastel 475
111 Jenny Halstead PS On Margate Sands Pastel 825
112 Jenny Halstead PS Underneath the Arches Pastel 825
113 Maxine Hart Panto-Time Pastel 450
114 Jeannette Hayes VPPS On Reflection Pastel 950
115 Jeannette Hayes VPPS Pastourel Pastel 2,800
116 Jeannette Hayes VPPS Pink Hills Pastel 650
117 Jeannette Hayes VPPS Pink Tree Pastel 1,200
118 Jeannette Hayes VPPS Red Olive Tree Pastel 1,800
119 Simon Hodges
Rain Approaching Barmouth, North Wales
Pastel
895
120 Benjamin Hope Self-portrait Pastel 500
121 Felicity House PS Chapelier Modiste Pastel 590
122 Felicity House PS Kitchen Herb Garden Pastel 950
123 Felicity House PS Oxfords The Bakers Pastel 850
124 Felicity House PS
Picnic from the Deli Montebello
Pastel
650
125 Felicity House PS Two Rooms Pastel 950
126 Moira Huntly PPPS RI RSMA RWA
Clwyd Landscape North Wales
Pastel
925

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Moira Huntly PPPS RI RSMA RWA


End of the Row Tan-Y-Grisiau
Pastel
850
Moira Huntly PPPS RI RSMA RWA Harlech Castle Pastel 2,250
Moira Huntly PPPS RI RSMA RWA
Hill Village, South Wales
Pastel
995
Moira Huntly PPPS RI RSMA RWA
Rapeseed Fields Worcestershire
Pastel
995
Jill Jeffrey PS Hang Over Pastel 500
Jill Jeffrey PS Path to the Barn Pastel 500
Jill Jeffrey PS Pembrokeshire Harvest Pastel 850
Jill Jeffrey PS Welsh Summer Hills Pastel 800
Jill Jeffrey PS Westerly Hawthorns Pastel 800
Abel Kesteven
Jam Night (Windsor Castle Pub)
Pastel & charcoal
750
Abel Kesteven Sax Solo Pastel & charcoal 575
Christopher Knox Dunstanburgh Castle Graphite 950
Bob Last PS MSIAD Blue Harmony Pastel 940
Bob Last PS MSIAD Fallen Segment Pastel 940
Bob Last PS MSIAD Landscape in Relief Pastel 1,800
Bob Last PS MSIAD Orange Structure Pastel 1,700
Bob Last PS MSIAD Organic Forms Pastel 840
Joanne Last Almost There Pastel 890
Joanne Last Summer Walk Pastel 890
Andrew Leatherbarrow Bloom Oil pastel 699
Andrew Leatherbarrow Swirl Oil pastel 699
Kevin Line RBSA Horsework Charcoal 2,800
Kevin Line RBSA Workhorse Charcoal 2,800
Nicky Litchfield Bull Charcoal 895
Nicky Litchfield Sleepy Head Charcoal 895
Rebecca Lloyd Was That Thunder? Pastel 1,350
Ronald Maddox Hon PS Hon RBA Hon PRI Hon RWS
Buoys, Kings Lynn
Pastel & pencil
800
Richard Marshall Sen PS Springtime Pastel 850
Jan Munro Red Chair and Apples Pastel 750
Jan Munro Red Chair and Mushrooms Pastel 750
Jan Munro
Red Chair with Salt and Pepper Pots
Pastel
750
Elizabeth Nast Norwich Car Park Soft pastel 450
Michael Norman PS Dusk at Turf Locks Soft pastel 1,600
Michael Norman PS Exe Estuary Textures Soft pastel 1,600
Michael Norman PS Lakeside in Autumn Soft pastel 1,600
Michael Norman PS On the Common Soft pastel 1,600
Michael Norman PS
The River Otter in Winter
Soft pastel
750
Kelvin Okafor Within Plain Sight (Mana III) Pastel 18,000
Simon Page Black Dog Pastel 4,500
Ken Paine PS PVPPSF Self-portrait Pastel 3,000
Ken Paine PS PVPPSF The Joker Pastel 3,000
Amanda Palmer Ascension Graphite & carbon pencil
1,500

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Annie Phelps George Hogg, Storyteller Pastel 700


Lindy Phillips Puffinthink Pastel 415
Sophie Ploeg Two Cushions Pastel 1,650
Brian Plummer PS
Across the Landscape, Yorkshire Dales
Pencil on cartridge
800
Brian Plummer PS
Dales Landscape, nr Ingleton
Pencil on cartridge
800
Brian Plummer PS
Garden Fence, Kyoto
Pencil on cartridge
700
Brian Plummer PS
Green Gateway. Japanese Gdn, Kyoto
Pencil on cartridge
1,200
Brian Plummer PS
Red Gateway, Japanese Gdn, Kyoto
Pencil on cartridge
1,200
Alexander Prowse PS Looking Towards Newtown Oil pastel 1,800
Alexander Prowse PS
View from White Horse, Westbury
Oil pastel
1,800
Alexander Prowse PS Wellhead Valley Westbury Oil pastel 1,800
Richard Rees Chinon Roofs Oil pastel 850
Richard Rees Erice Roofs Oil pastel 850
Susan Relph PS SGFA
Abike Looi-Samoye - First Study
Pastel
890
Susan Relph PS SGFA Antonia - Cap Reversal Pastel 890
Susan Relph PS SGFA
Brief Life Study
Pastel & graphite
490
Susan Relph PS SGFA
Life Pose in Winter
Pastel & graphite
490
Susan Relph PS SGFA Life Workshop Assessment Pastel 740
James Reynolds March Number 9 (Drawing) Charcoal 650
Deborah Robins Ruby Pastel 350
Keith Roper PS Fen Copse Pastel 680
Keith Roper PS Harvest Fields, Irby Pastel 480
Keith Roper PS Winter Shoreline Saltfleetby Pastel 480
Keith Roper PS Wolds near Brinkhall Pastel 680
Jocelyn Rossiter First Date Oil pastels & gouache
360
Barbara Rousseau Dead Structure Pastel 825
Kalpna Saksena The Mall Pencil 650
Diana Savostaite Agne Pastel charcoal 750
Anna Jung Seo M372 Pencil 700
Halla Shafey Journey Through Egypt Soft pastel 4,000
Helen Simpson Floating Dawn Pastel 950
John Sims Paper Crowns Graphite & oil pastel 900
Jenny Smith Sequoia Charcoal 890
Norma Stephenson PS Autumn on Bowland Hills Pastel 1,450
Norma Stephenson PS Dusk Falls on The Dales Pastel 1,450
Norma Stephenson PS
Farms and Barns, Bowland Hills
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Norma Stephenson PS Field Barn Pastel 700
Norma Stephenson PS Ridge Walk on Bowland Fells Pastel 2,200
John Ivor Stewart PPPS FSBA
Queen of the Night & Other Tulips
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Souvenir of a Landscape (IMP, 3)
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The Cane Chair
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1,525
Karen Stone Eighteen Pastel & charcoal 750

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Medium

Janette Summerfield Geometry in Nature Pastel 480


Judy Tate Yorkshire Dales Pastel 350
Malcolm Taylor All Stitched Up Pastel 480
Malcolm Taylor Fishing for Compliments Pastel 600
John Tookey PS In the Gallery Pastel 470
John Tookey PS The Thames from Trinity Wharf Pastel 500
John Tookey PS Town Steps, Sheringham Pastel 500
John Tookey PS Trumpington St, Cambridge Pastel 750
John Tookey PS Winter Lothersdale Pastel 800
Richard Turner November Shadows Pastel 700
Richard Turner Seasons Change Pastel 700
Peter Vincent PS Marsh Mellow Pastel 800
Peter Vincent PS Misty Morning - Nymans Pastel 950
Peter Vincent PS Red Sky.. Pastel 800
Peter Vincent PS Shepherds Warning - Nymans Pastel 950
Peter Vincent PS St Peter-on-the-Wall Pastel 950
Alina Antonela Voinov The Sin of Life Pencil 550
Tom Walker PS Hillside Pastel 300
Tom Walker PS Still Life After A Storm Pastel 500
Tom Walker PS Still Life with Bottled Cloud Pastel 500
Tom Walker PS Still Life with Exploding Glass Pastel 500
Tom Walker PS Weighing the Fate Pastel 1,200
Robin Warnes PS Looking Out To Sea Pastel 850
Robin Warnes PS Polystyrene Cup Pastel 650
Robin Warnes PS Red Table Pastel 1,650
Robin Warnes PS Snowbound 2 Pastel 1,850
Robin Warnes PS World in a Box Pastel 1,550
Christine Watson Purple Shutter Pastel 350
Stephen Whatcott
A Roar and Then Silence
Pastel & acrylic
1,345
Ann Wilkinson PS RBSA
Red Apples on a White Cloth
Pastel
600
Ann Wilkinson PS RBSA Still Life with Flowers Pastel 850
Ann Wilkinson PS RBSA Still Life with Pears 1 Pastel 850
Ann Wilkinson PS RBSA Still Life with Pears 2 Pastel 850
Ann Wilkinson PS RBSA Still Life with Vegetables Pastel 850
Antony Williams PS NEAC RP
Study for Antonia Looking Up
Pencil
2,500
Roy Wright PS After the Blizzard IV Charcoal 1,500
Roy Wright PS In September Charcoal 3,500
Roy Wright PS Japanese White Pine Charcoal 4,200
Roy Wright PS Towards Central Park, New York Charcoal 2,500
Eiko Yoshimoto PS Ballerinas in Orange Pastel 2,850
Eiko Yoshimoto PS The Thames - London Pastel 4,950
Eiko Yoshimoto PS Water Bearer Dancers Pastel 1,850

The Pastel Society 2015

Members of The Pastel Society


Honorary Members

ARMFIELD, Diana, Hon NEAC RA RWS, 10 High Park Road, Kew, Richmond, Surrey
TW9 4BH
COATES, Tom, PPNEAC PPRBA RP PPRWS, Bladon Studios, Hurstbourne Tarrant, Nr.
Andover, Hampshire SP11 0AH
DRAPER, Kenneth, RA, Carrer Gran 55a, Es Castell, Menorca, Spain 7720
DUNSTAN, Bernard, NEAC RA, 10 High Park Road, Kew Gardens, Surrey TW9 4BH
EYTON, Anthony, RA Hon ROI, 166 Brixton Road, London SW9 6AU
HEMINGWAY, Andrew, The Old School House, 15 Radcliffe Street, Skelmanthorpe,
Huddersfield, West Yorkshire HD8 9AF
MADDOX, Ronald, FCSD Hon RBA PRI Hon RWS, Herons, 21 New Road, Digswell,
Welwyn, Hertfordshire AL6 0AQ
PACKER, William, NEAC Hon RBA, 60 Trinity Gardens, London SW9 8DR
PARRY, Leigh, MA RBA, 6 Wharf Road, Stamford, Lincolnshire PE9 2DU
PHILLIPS, Tom, CBE RA Hon RP, 57 Talfourd Road, London SE15 5NN
REGO, Dame Paula, Marlborough Fine Arts, 6 Albemarle St. London W1X 4BY

Honorary Retired Members

CLOUGH, Pauline, Sundown, 103 Allington Road, Newick, Lewes, Sussex BN8 4NH
STEWART, Barbara, RBSA RWA, 29 Meadowcourt Road, Oadby, Leicestershire LE2 2PD

Senior Members

CRITTENDEN, James, 100 Alliance Road, London SE18 2AY


DUNCE, Brian, The Studios, Wonersh Court, The Street, Wonersh, Guildford, Surrey GU5 0PG
ELLIOTT, Walter A, Sollake, 2 Warfield Villas, Highfield Road, Ilfracombe, Devon EX34 9NZ
MARSHALL, Richard, 17 Harsfold Close, Rustington, Sussex BN16 2QQ
RICHARDSON, Robert, 8 Cranford Road, Flixton, Manchester M41 8PR
SPENCER, Claire, RBSA, 10 Sandbourne Drive, Bewdley, Worcestershire DY12 1BN

Members

ACOURT, Angela, 134 East 92nd Street, New York, USA 10128
AMBRUS, Glenys, ARCA 52 Crooksbury Road, Farnham, Surrey GU10 1QB
AMBRUS, Victor, ARCA FRSA RE, 52 Crooksbury Road, Farnham, Surrey GU10 1QB
ARNOLD, June, 24 Old Manor Close, Holne Cross, Ashburton, Devon TQ13 7JF
AVERY, Bess, 47 Long Riding, Basildon, Essex SS14 1JY
BAYS, Caroline, The Cottage, 8e Windsor Street, Chertsey KT16 8AS
BEE, Sarah, 22 Brooklands, Totnes, Devon TQ9 5AR
BOWYER, Jason, PPNEAC RP, Studio 7, London Water and Steam Museum, Brentford
TW8 0EN
BROWN, Peter, NEAC Hon RBA ROI RP, 52 Combe Park, Bath BA1 3NH
CAIN, Patricia, NEAC, Milnton of Tyrone, Thornhill, Dumfries & Galloway DG3 4JY
CULVER, Cheryl, RBA, 9 Stone Cross Lees, Sandwich, Kent CT13 0BZ

DAKAKNI, Susan, Carmel Cottage, 33 Church Street, Steyning, West Sussex BN44 3YB
DELLAR, Roger, RI ROI, Nutcombe Hill Cottage, Hindhead Road, Hindhead, Surrey GU26 6AZ
DRAPER, Matthew, 15/5 Chancelot Terrace, Edinburgh, Scotland EH6 4SS
GILKES, Averil, Maggie Tosh, Bendarroch Road, West Hill, Ottery St Mary, Exeter
EX11 1JX
GLASS, Margaret, Hill Cottage, Needham Road, Barking, Suffolk IP6 8HP
GOODMAN, Sheila, SWA, Chapel House, Kingston, Ringwood, Hants BH24 3BJ
GRIDNEV, Valeriy, ROI RP, 88 Drapers Court, 59 Lurline Gardens, London SW11 4DF
HALSTEAD, Jenny, FMAA, 85 Christchurch Road, Reading RG2 7BD
HAYES, Jeannette, Southcot, Little Coxwell, Faringdon, Oxon SN7 7LW
HOFFMANN-GTH, Willi, Roentgenstrasse 17, D - 66123, Saarbrueken 3, Germany
HOUSE, Felicity, 22 Saxonhurst Road, Bournemouth, Dorset BH10 6JH
HUNTLY, Moira, RI RSMA RWA, Alpha, Collin Close, Willersey, Broadway,
Worcestershire WR12 7PP
JANUARY, Libby, Hazebrook, The Pound, Harbury, Warwickshire CV33 9HH
JEFFREY, Jill, The Hayloft, Crockwell Street, Long Compton, Warwickshire CV36 5JN
LAST, Bob, MSIAD, 27 Tate Road, Sutton, Surrey SM1 2SY
LEE, Geoffrey, 8 Blue Granite Park, The Green, Mountsorrel, Loughborough,
Leicestershire LE12 7AG
LONGUEVILLE, James, The Studio, Shocklach, Malpas, Cheshire SY14 7BW
NORMAN, Michael, 1 Claredale Road, Exmouth, Devon EX8 2EE
PAINE, Ken, 8 Spring Gardens, West Molesey, Surrey KT8 2JA
PLUMMER, Brian, 89 Palmerston Road, Bowes Park, London N22 8QS
PROWSE, Alexander, The Garret, 25 Bitham Mill Court Yard, Alfred Street, Westbury,
Wiltshire BA13 3DB
RELPH, Susan, ASGFA, Curlhawes, Village Road, Thorpe, Surrey TW20 8UF
ROPER, Keith, 10 Heath Close, Welton, Lincoln LN2 3JY
ROWBOTHAM, Mark, St. Michaels House, Dell Close, Mickleham, Nr Dorking,
Surrey RH5 6EE
SMITH, Norman, Field House, Childrey, Wantage, Oxon OX12 9UT
STEPHENSON, Norma, Jack Beck House, Keasden, Clapham, via Lancaster LA2 8EY
STEWART, John Ivor, ADAE FSBA, Wootton, Sandheath Road, Beacon Hill, Hindhead,
Surrey GU26 6RU
TOOKEY, John, 46 Ross Close, Saffron Walden, Essex CB11 4AY
VINCENT, Peter, 28 The Green, Newick, East Sussex BN8 4LB
WALKER, Tom, Ferndale, Cooksbridge, Lewes, East Sussex BN8 4SL
WARNES, Robin, 77 Rosehill Road, Ipswich, Suffolk IP3 8ET
WILKINSON, Ann, 1 Knighton Road, Redhill, Surrey RH1 6EH
WILLIAMS, Antony, NEAC, RP, The Cottage, 8e Windsor Street, Chertsey, Surrey KT16 8AS
WRIGHT, Roy, 4 Rosemont Road, Richmond, Surrey TW10 6QL
YOSHIMOTO, Eiko, SPF, SWA, Hermitage Lodge, The Hermitage, Richmond, Surrey
TW10 6SH

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