Into the Woods: July 29 & 31, 2020
Pastel on sanded paper. 9×11″. Liz Miller CDA. From the artist’s photo.
This is a Face Book Live video class on Wed and Fri, July 29 & 31, 10a-11:30p. After the Live portion of the class the video is available to be viewed as many times as you would like. You can take the class Live or as the video if you aren’t available for the time of the Live. Many students like to watch the demo and then go back with the videos to paint. I’ll have the supply list for those registered so that you have time to order supplies if you need them.
I have used NuPastel semi hard pastels and Stabilo CarbOthello pastel pencils. Let me know what pastels you have and we’ll see what other supplies you might need. I enjoy the sanded paper but you could use another paper if you prefer. Pastels and sanded paper can be ordered from Dick Blick or Jerrys Artarama.
My inspiration for this painting is from one of my own mountain photos. My challenge was to create interest in the line of trees, develop the center of interest, and lead the viewer through the painting.
Plan to join us.
Into the Woods Pastel: $40(You can pay with a credit card on PayPal without having a PayPal account. Thank you.)
Our class is available to begin as a Face Book Live Video class. As a live class you can watch or paint along. You can ask questions in comments as I’m painting. I’ll watch the comments and try to answer questions during the class. Any questions I don’t catch during the demo I will answer later. The video will post on the Face Book page as a video after the Live presentation so you have access to it and can replay as many times as you would like. If you don’t have time to join us for the Live Video Class and you have registered, you can watch the video on the Class Page at your convenience and send comments that I will check periodically.
The class will not post on the Artful Endeavors page and only registered participants will have access to the class page. When you register for the class you will be agreeing to not share the class with anyone not registered. Fees help to pay studio rent and keep a roof over it for when our Sawmill Studio classes resume.