Lorraine Willcock

Lorraine Willcock

Lorraine’s early art training was at Caulfield Institute in Melbourne, Australia. Taking employment as a graphic designer, travelling the world in her 20’s ignited new interests. After studying Ceramics, her drawing skills found Lorraine designing for screen printing. Also teaching evening Life Drawing Classes.

Lorraine has painted with Casey Sealy in Italy. Exhibited at SoArt Gallery and River of Art.

Presently a member of SCPS and Montague arts and Crafts Society.

Awards include “Healthy heart award” South Coast Pastel Society NSW 2022.

Lorraine’s broad subjects range from Landscapes, seascapes, mostly painted en plein air, to wildlife, still life and her particular joy; the human body.

“Light Leads and I follow”

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Easter Competition and Exhibition

The South Coast Pastel Society 2021 Exhibition and Competition is the society’s premier event for the year with artists entering works in four categories: Landscape; Seascape; Flora/Fauna and Still life/Interior. This year’s judge was highly regarded Narooma artist Janet Jones. The winners and runners up in each category will be awarded cash prizes generously provided by the society’s loyal sponsors who have continued to support the society throughout these difficult times.  61 entries were received across the four categories with standards set very high. Judging took place on Thursday 1 April, prior to the exhibition opening the following day.  This year’s “Best in Show” award was won by Margaret Moran for her wonderfully rendered painting “Nature’s Recycling – Nuttley Creek”. The exhibition continues until Sunday 11 April.

The South Coast Pastel Society is a vibrant group of local and regional artists working mainly in pastel – a pure pigment media with centuries of tradition that is just as fresh and relevant today.  The SCPS has been organising quality exhibitions and activities since the 1980’s and offers regular, world class workshops with renowned local, national and international pastel artists.


Margaret Moran receives her award for Best in Show

Judge Janet Jones with her selection for Best in Show