You'll Love This Pastel Painting Video If:
- You want to paint more vibrant greens into your pastel landscapes
- You love the art and teaching style of Liz Haywood-Sullivan
- You love working with pastels & are looking for a new challenge
Learn how to mix a wide range of vibrant greens and complete an entire landscape composition along the way in this exceptional pastel painting video from Liz Haywood-Sullivan. Learn how to paint a landscape that is exciting and free of muddied colors with the great tips and techniques Liz demonstrates as she demonstrates how surface color and other pastel painting techniques can help you create a field of lively greens.
This video covers important topics such as how to paint dark shadows and how to paint a springtime tree with a solid trunk and light-filled leaves. This landscape painting tutorial features pastels, and shows you how mixing greens in pastel can be accessible and easy. Avoid common missteps and master this exciting medium with help from Liz Haywood Sullivan. Simplify the complicated masses of green into a painting that is strong, interesting and beautiful.
In the Paint Realistic Landscapes in Pastel: Mixing Greens Video You'll Learn:
- How to mix a variety of greens in pastel & tips for avoiding muddied results
- The properties of color, including temperature and value
- How to layer colors using pastels
- Techniques for painting trees, grass, light and shade in pastel
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About the Artist:
Liz Haywood-Sullivan is a signature member of the Pastel Society of America and the Pastel Painters Society of Cape Cod. Her work has been featured in museum shows around the country and can also be found in many private and corporate collections. Known for her strong contrasts and graphic compositions, Liz Haywood-Sullivan has been dedicated to pastel exclusively since 1996, and has more than 30 experience as an artist. Liz leads popular pastel workshops and demonstrations in addition to her weekly class at the North River Arts Society.