Playing with your Pastel Palette
A Quick Word about neutrals:
Browns, grays and beiges are powerful allies in setting up contrasts as they can help to make the brighter hues (colors) sparkle. However, these subtle hues need to be used carefully because none of them are really neutral.
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A short, very good reminder from Gabor Svagrik, "Ultimately it does not matter whether you are fast or slow at painting, what matters is applying the fundamentals to the canvas with accuracy. Click to read more
Imagine having a completed painting in one hour, worked on by 12 different artists! And then being lucky enough to take one home. We did it at April 11 PSST meeting. Linda Dellandre and Betty James timed and rotated members around the easels in too-quickly shorter intervals, from 3 minutes down to 30 seconds. All completed with smiles and fun, then a random drawing gave the finished paintings to 6 lucky members. Great tips and techniques for framing were demonstrated by Linda Dellandre, Betty James, and Carolyn Hancock.
PSST Blog is written by Carolyn Hancock