Annual VPS Calendar
2017 VPS Calendar
June 28-30, 2017: Desmond O’Hagan Workshop(More to come)
September 14-December 27, 2017: VPS Juried Show(More to come)
Sept 15-17, 2017: Doug Dawson Workshop(More to come)
November 2017 – Vermont Pastel Society Annual Membership Meeting(More to come)
2016 VPS Calendar
Member Exhibition: Arts Alive, Burlington, VT, One Main Street Landing, Burlington
Sunday, 2/14/16: All artwork titles and framed sizes, sent in/received by email.
Monday, 3/28/16: Accepted artwork dropped off at gallery from 9am to 12:30pm
Friday 4/1/16: Reception + awards ceremony 6-7pm
Friday 4/29/16: Artwork picked up from gallery between 9am and 12:30pm
Contact Matt Peake or Anne Unangst
June – July
Member Juried Exhibit; Compass Music and Art Center, Brandon, VT
Sunday, 3/6/16: All artwork received in jpg format, sent by email.
Sunday, 4/3/16: Notification to artists of accepted artwork.
Saturday, 5/28/16: Accepted artwork dropped off at gallery between 10am-3pm
Sunday, 6/5/16: Reception + awards from 1-3pm
Saturday, 7/30/16: Artwork picked up from gallery between 10am-3pm
Contact Matt Peake orAnne Unangst
August 15 – 19, 2016
Richard McKinley 5-day Workshop
Enrollment of 18 only – 18 have been picked with wait list.
Contact Joyce Kahn
September 30, 2016; 1 – 3
VPS Board Meeting; T.W. Wood Art Gallery, 46 Barre St., Montpelier, VT 05601
All VPS Members are welcome!
November 6, 2016; 1 – 4:00 PM
VPS Members Annual Meeting
Center for Cartoon Studies
94 South Main Street
White River Junction, VT 05001
FREE to VPS Members will be the following items at the VPS Annual Meeting.
- Kent Scrivener, Photographer: We have a photographer, Kent Scrivener, coming to present how to photograph your art. He also provides professional art photography services which he will briefly discuss, as well. His business is com.
- Aline Ordman, Artist, is back this year for a demonstration. With so much positive feedback from the last time Aline came to provide VPS with still life demonstration, we have asked her back for another. Working from a clothed model, Aline Ordman will do several poses ranging from 5 minutes to 20 minutes showing how to build a figure pastel from just a quick gesture painting to a longer, more layered painting.