Whooooooo Wants to Learn Pastel????

Whoooo Wants to Learn Pastel???

Whoooo Wants to Learn Pastel???

 

Whoooo Wants to Learn Pastels???  In this upcoming 1 day workshop you will learn how to paint this owl with a minimum set of supplies.  Of course, the more pastels you have to choose from the better and there are numerous brands and prices too.  As you can see, this painting doesn’t have a lot of color and our modest set of pastels will work just fine.  Then and WHEN, you fall in love with pastels, and you will, you can decide to make a bigger investment in a larger assortment of pastels.

What I like about pastels is the ability to put down beautiful, luscious color quickly.  After working with colored pencils for years, I LOVED this about pastels!  I will provide you with the sanded paper and the owl already drawn on, ready to go so you can use the whole time working with the pastels.  I will walk you through each step as I demonstrate each area, you will do the same.  Most students finish it during the workshop!

Register now to reserve your spot!  Here’s the details:

Monday, April 25, 2016   9:00 – 4:00

Splatter Art Studio 4160 S. Lone Pine, Springfield, MO

Fee:  $75  includes paper and studio fee

To register contact Audrey directly 417-848-0894.

 

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Best of Missouri Hands juried artist, c ommissioned artist for ESPN, Missouri Sports Hall of Fame, Promega Corporation, MSU West Plains, PGA golfers and a host of others, Audrey brings years of professional experience to the classroom. Earning her Art Education degree in her home state of Wisconsin in 1979, she has taught publicly and privately for more than 30 years.

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Best of Missouri Hands juried artist, c ommissioned artist for ESPN, Missouri Sports Hall of Fame, Promega Corporation, MSU West Plains, PGA golfers and a host of others, Audrey brings years of professional experience to the classroom. Earning her Art Education degree in her home state of Wisconsin in 1979, she has taught publicly and privately for more than 30 years.

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