Tag Archives: pastel techniques

Julia’s Class Reduced To Rouens!

Last Monday at Julia’s Drawing Class we copied paintings by Monet in pastels. This week we were asked to do a piece in Monet’s style. I’ve been interested in his Rouen Cathedral series of paintings since learning about them through this … Continue reading

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Julia Is On The Monet

At Julia’s Monday morning Drawing Class, organised by Enjoy Learning, we are looking as different artists and then producing work in their style. For the last couple of weeks we’ve been looking at Cezanne and using oil pastels. I enjoyed … Continue reading

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A Go At Whistler

Thursday night is Rachel’s art class at Bolton College. After last week’s work with ink and watercolour washes, tonight it was the turn of watercolour and pastels. It was a technique I hadn’t come across before and Rachel admitted it … Continue reading

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A go at Degas

I’ve been a fan of Edgar Degas for many years and visited the Degas and the Ballet exhibition at the Royal Academy in the autumn of 2011. A few weeks ago, I wrote about drawing lemons at my pastel class … Continue reading

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Techniques With Pastels

Originally posted on The Milkman Goes To College:
As well as my OCA work, I am doing a pastel drawing course at the local college. This evening we were drawing a lemon using different techniques. While the exercise is not…

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