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- Pastels: Paint Landscapes
- Date: April 17 - May 1 (three sessions)
- Class Number: 25129
- Location: Online Live
- Instructor: Diana Randolph
- Materials: These supplies are only suggestions. You may use any art supplies. Listed are the materials the instructor will use during her demonstrations.
Your own photos of favorite landscapes during any season A table easel or a heavy box to lean your drawing board against if working upright.
A drawing board (smooth Masonite, several inches larger than your paper size).
Any size set of dry pastels (A professional full set of hard 96 Nu-pastels is ideal).
Other optional types include: pastel pencils, Rembrandt (medium), and Sennelier (soft) A number 2 pencil or three gray-tone brush markers (light, medium and dark) for making value study sketches
Pen and notebook for taking notes
Beige masking tape
Newspaper to cover your workspace
Paint smock (optional)
Pair of protective gloves (nitrile or latex) Any type of pastel paper cut to sizes 5 x 7 or 6 x 9 inches such as:
Canson Mi-Teintes, La Carte, U-Art sanded, or suede mat board (color toned paper works nicely) Optional items for staining/creating an under painting on beige sanded pastel paper:
Odorless paint thinner and a small flat brush; or a pan of watercolors, cup of water and different sizes watercolor brushes.
- If you have any questions, please contact Diana Randolph, the instructor, at firstname.lastname@example.org