Annual Members Exhibit at the Crandall Library
Glens Falls, NY, October 1-31, 2019
October 17: Reception 6-7 pm and Members’ Annual Meeting, 7 pm.
Drop off for work: October 1 at the library from 10-12
Pick up date: October 31 at the library.
We are celebrating our 11th year! This year we lost a beloved member to cancer. We will be showing her work as memorial to her. Jerolyn Ouimet, a Saratoga Artist, who served on our board for 5 years. She was instrumental in helping our organization host Plein Air event at Wiawaka Holiday house and she enjoyed painting there. This annual event highlights our members pastel paintings. Our 44 members span the Adirondack region. Some, are members of the National Pastel Society of America, a prestigious recognition for excellence. Our Reception will be held on Oct 17, 5-7pm with an annual meeting to be convened following the reception.
RECENT 2019 EVENTS
Annual National Pastel Exhibition at the Shirt Factory Gallery July 10-August 10.
The Adirondack Pastel Society, in concert with the Shirt Factory Gallery once again hosted its Annual National Pastel Exhibition this summer. .
JUROR OF SELECTION, JUROR OF AWARDS: Chris Ivers attained a BFA in painting and two dimensional design from Hartford Art School in 1973 and found work in the advertising field for the last 40 years. She has been Creative Director at numerous ad agencies and in 1986 broke off on her own to start her own company. She works with artists in that cross-over world of fine art and digital photography to teach them how to better promote themselves.
Christine Ivers http://www.christineivers.com
Wiawaka Plein Air Day Saturday June 29, 2019
Members gathered and painted at the historic Wiawaka House on the banks of Lake George for a day of Plein air painting with a show and sale to cap off the day. Painting was open to all members of the Adirondack Pastel Society and the Plein Air Group of the Adirondacks.
Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts Exhibit
August 1-31, 2019
Artist’s Reception, August 9, from 5-7 pm
The show featured the work of Adirondack Pastel Society Members.