AllisonFagan.com features the coloured pencil art of Canadian artist Allison Fagan. This site contains images, tips, links to related sites and upcoming events. The GALLERY section includes original artwork and gift cards for sale. Check out the TEACHING section for information on upcoming one day coloured pencil workshops.
“Easy Bein’ Green” has been accepted in the Colored Pencil Society of America’s Explore This !17 online exhibition. It won the Lyra Award for Distinction ($500 product ). As well, I earned CPX signature status, having been accepted in 3 Explore This! shows, which highlights artists from around the world using coloured pencils and other media in their work (in this case I used gouache, an opaque watercolour paint). Check the show online at www.cpsa.org.
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I was delighted and honoured to have my coloured pencil painting “To Make a Long Story Short” named the first prize winner in this year’s Figureworks 2105 art exhibition. The painting depicts my mother-in-law gazing out her window into what could be her future or it could be pondering a life richly lived….you decide. More info at http://figureworks.org/2015/show-2015.html
Awards ceremony with Figureworks president and founder Hilde Lambrechts, November 24, 2015 at St. Brigid’s Centre for the Arts, Ottawa.
Do you have one of the new beautiful colouring books? How would you like to make your pictures look lush, shiny, 3-D, vibrant and just plain beautiful? I am offering a one-evening workshop to share simple coloured pencil techniques that will bring your art to a new level! Bring along your book and pencils and I’ll provide a technique sheet, a cup of tea or decaf and 2 1/2 hours of learning and fun! $32 per person. Limited spaces.
Register early and avoid disappointment. 613-592-6959 or email@example.com
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Delighted to be part of this show which features the work of artists from around the world. Check it out at
http://pencilartsociety.com/shows/ipas2015/gallery.html. My drawing of my mother-in-law Joan was a study of a life lived full and well…..an amazing woman – a survivor who always sees the glass half full. Entitled “To Make A Long Story Short”, it was indeed a labour of love and pure joy to create!
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Delighted to have been selected for the 1st International Exhibition of the Pencil Art Society in Repentigny, Quebec. Check out the website at www.pencilartsociety.com . Angelica and La Mattina Presto are my works in the show, La Mattina Presto having been awarded the PAS Founders Award.