About District Chapter 114 Raleigh-Durham NC
CPSA District Chapter 114 Raleigh-Durham, based in Cary, North Carolina, serves its members by providing opportunities for education, workshops, networking, and art exhibitions showcasing the fine art of colored pencil. The chapter has been supporting colored pencil artists throughout the Carolinas since 2000.
The chapter is part of the nonprofit Colored Pencil Society of America (CPSA), founded in 1990 by Vera Curnow. CPSA represents almost 2,000 members worldwide who work with the versatile medium of colored pencil. It supports district chapters throughout the United States.
Members of our chapter range from professional colored pencil artists to individuals who have recently started working with the medium. To view a sampling of the works by our talented artists, visit the Artists Gallery.
Throughout the year, our chapter sponsors art exhibitions and other events. For information on these activities, see the Events & News section of our website.
Several chapter members also teach classes in colored pencil. You can find information on these on the
CP Classes page.
For information on the national Colored Pencil Society of America, visit the society’s website at
http://www.cpsa.org. If you are interested in becoming a member of CPSA District Chapter 114, visit our
How to Join page or Contact Us for more information.
CPSA remains firmly dedicated to the fundamental principles of inclusion and diversity, and to racial justice as an inalienable human right.