The Colored Pencil Society of America, Michigan Chapter, presents a juried competition of new work in an exhibition called “Glorious Color” at Dearborn’s Padzieski Gallery.
Established in 1990, the Colored Pencil Society of America (CPSA), has grown throughout the country with membership not just from the U.S. but from around the world. The Michigan Chapter is presenting their latest work “Glorious Color”, a juried competition at Dearborn’s Padzieski Art Gallery from Oct. 12 through Nov. 9 with a special Opening Party open to the public with refreshments offered on Thursday, Oct. 19 from 6 to 8 p.m.
The juror for the “Glorious Color” exhibition is arts educator Anthony R. Bacon. Professor Bacon teaches at the College for Creative Studies Creative Arts Project in their community outreach program in Detroit. In addition, he is an Arts and Humanities professor at Schoolcraft College, where he teaches watercolor and drawing classes, works as a continuing education instructor and also mentors children and teens.
All awards will be announced at the Opening Party on Oct. 19.
Colored Pencil art is experiencing a whole new level of appreciation in the art world. The sophistication and creative potential expressed in this medium is exciting for artists and art lovers world-wide. The DCAC and the Padzieski Art gallery are proud to present “Glorious Color” and help bring this stunning exhibition to Dearborn and Southeast Michigan.