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Pencil - a writing or drawing instrument consisting of a thin stick of pigment encased in a thin wood cylinder

Welcome to the home of Jo Goudie - Coloured Pencil Artist

Hi, and welcome to a site devoted to the promotion and encouragement of coloured pencil as an art medium and the fantastic coloured pencil artists in the UK that are pushing the limits in this field.

Since 2005 I have been experimenting and learning to use this fantastic medium and I have finally found what works for me.

As a member of the UK Coloured Pencil Society I have entered their exhibitions for the last 9 years and been accepted. On my third year of acceptance I was given Signature Status which honours my skill in coloured pencil. I received my certificate in 2007.
In 2009 I gained my Silver Signature status for having been accepted 5 years out of 10. I am very proud to have achieved this.

I have also been accepted as a member of the North Wales Society of Fine Arts. Society membership is by selection, the criterion being the quality of the work in its artistic conception and technique. I am very proud to have been considered skilled enough to be accepted.

Also, I have been judged into the National exhibition of Wildlife art which is a major exhibition for me. I have also sold my work here in 2011 and 2012.

On this site you can see what I am working on, exhibitions I have been accepted into, see a portfolio of previous work or even buy a high quality print or other items from my online shop. This is totally secure and uses Paypal as the payment method.

This site also showcases other talented UK coloured Pencil Artists. Just take a look and I am sure you will find plenty to grab your interest.

Best wishes

Jo Goudie (UKCPS, NWSFA)



Barn Owl

Bearded Reedling

Just had to do this cute Bearded Reedling when I saw the photo I had taken of this amazing little bird.

10" x 4 1/4"
Prismacolor pencils on stonehenge


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