Learn how to pick the right surface and materials in your pastel paintings!
You will love Landscape Painting in Pastel: Surface Color and Texture if:
- You are interested in how a chosen surface will affect the final pastel painting
- You are interested in pastels and looking to paint a sunset
- You love the art and teaching style of Liz Haywood-Sullivan
Follow along expert artist Liz Haywood-Sullivan as she creates two pastel paintings of the same sunset landscape. See how the surface material she chooses makes the paintings completely different! Watch as Liz goes into detail on the types of surfaces you can choose and how they will affect the colors and texture of your final piece. Discover how the tone of the background can affect the mood of the finished artwork. In addition to learning about choosing the right materials for the final outcome, uncover expert advice for painting sunset landscapes. Watch Liz and learn how to start with an underpainting, build and refine landscape elements, and paint clouds and reflections in water. With
Landscape Painting in Pastel: Surface Color and Texture you will create spectacular sunset landscape paintings and purposefully control the final mood with your choices in materials.
In Landscape Painting in Pastel: Surface Color and Texture you’ll find:
- Over two hours of expert tips and advice for pastel sunset paintings
- Step-by-step instruction and guidance for choosing the right materials and paint landscapes
- High quality detailed video imagery
About the Author
Liz Haywood-Sullivan has been dedicated to pastel painting since 1996. She is a signature member of the Pastel Society of American and she often leads workshops and demonstrations around the country and her work has been included in exhibits in many local and national museums and shows. Liz Haywood-Sullivan has also been included in many private and corporate collections as well.
Heilman box, backpack size
Pastels (variety of colors, brands, hard and soft); Girault pastels for finishing details
Gloves in a bottle
Flat synthetic brushes
Black Canson Mi-Tiente paper mounted on Gator board
White U-ART grit #500 Artists Grade Sandpaper on Gator board