Judith Heilbronn-Crown - Welsh Woodland
Judith Heilbronn-Crown UKCPS Diamond: Welsh Woodland. Best Picture Award 2023

The UK Colour Pencil Society (UKCPS) was founded in 2001, inspired by a collection of people who, despite having never met, shared a passion for the art of colour pencil.

In June 2018, the society was granted charity status with the following Object: To promote the art of drawing for the public benefit through the use of colour pencils by providing at least one annual exhibition to showcase work with workshops and demonstrations to help educate the public how to use colour pencils and by providing such other support to educate the public as the trustees deem appropriate.

Colour pencil is often used for the intricacies of botanical, wildlife and animal works but is also widely applied to portraiture, still life and landscapes plus experimental modern pieces. This is illustrated by the wide variety of subject matter covered by artists showing at the annual exhibitions.

The society welcomes members of all levels of skill - just a keen interest in learning or using colour pencil. So if you want to know more about using colour pencil and join up with a group of like-minded people and click/tap on the Learn More button.

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UKCPS Members Only

To access the full Members' section of this website please login to access the Talking Point magazine archive, view all our past exhibitions and access society documents and news. New members, register here - note you will need your membership number to hand.

Here are some useful links to other member only sites:

Groups io forum

UKCPS Members Facebook page