What is the Pastel Society and what does it do?

The Society was formed in 1983 to cater to the needs of pastel artists of all levels of ability and to promote the medium to the public at large.

The Society hosts one exhibition each year to offer artwork for sale by members and regularly invites experienced pastel artists to demonstrate their skills to members.

New Members are always welcome.

The Pastel Society meets every Monday evening (except holidays) 7:30pm to 9:30pm at the Mildenhall Centre, Beddi Road, Duncraig.

September 2016 Newsletter

Annual Exhibition –

Congratulations to our fabulous artists!

Our annual exhibition was a great success. Our judges, Sally Douglas and Brian Aylward had a very difficult task selecting the award winners with so many fantastic artworks.

So many visitors commented on the high standard of the work and the way it was displayed, and the raffle for our door prize took record donations.

Many thanks go to all the willing volunteers who assisted in setting up and packing down the exhibition. Such a wonderful team of good natured helpers!

On a personal note, my thanks go to Rayma, Adrianne and Lee for guiding me through the process for my first year as President at the exhibition.

Congratulations everyone
Val Brooks

Read more:
Pastel Society of Western Australia Newsletter September 2016

South of the River Group Meetings

South of the River Group meet on Tuesdays at 12.30pm to 3pm – Atwell House, 586 Canning Highway, Applecross – Phone 9330 2800