You’ll Love this Issue of Pastel Journal If:
- You love discovering the latest in pastel painting
- You love pastel painting demonstrations & tips
- You love hearing about process & inspiration from fellow pastel artists
is the only magazine dedicated solely to the exciting & versatile medium of pastel. Each issue delves deeper into tips & techniques for creating attractive & creative pastel pieces. Highlights in this issue include articles from pastel artists, product reviews & tips for approaching your pastel art in a new way. Don't miss out on these interesting & instructional pastel painting articles
In this & many issues of Pastel Journal you’ll find columns from our editors, letters from fellow readers and information on upcoming pastel painting events as well as featured column Pastel Pointers from Richard McKinley. In this issue Richard shows you how to have a “field day” with your pastel painting with tips & tricks to painting plein air! This issue also features Anne Hevener sharing the works of the 113th exhibition of the Pastel Society UK.
In the August 2012 issue of Pastel Journal You’ll Find:
- Articles on painting with less stress, painting with pastel outdoors and how to open yourself to new subjects
- Tips & experiences from fellow artists on travel and painting
- How to paint still life subjects in pastel with Sarah Blumenschein
Features include: The Art of TravelBy Anne Hevener
Four artists—Ray Hassard, Jill Stefani Wagner, William Hosner and Sergei Oussik—testify to the gratifying and fruitful combination of travel and painting.Stolen MomentsBy Niall O'Neill
There’s an unabashed Romantic quality to Vicente Romero’s pastels of beautiful models inhabiting cozy interiors and sun-splashed beaches.Opening UpBy Ken Gofton
When Michael Norman widened his pool of potential subjects to include complex scenes with buildings and boat yards, it yielded a wellspring of inspiration.An Artist’s ArtistBy Aaron Schuerr
Family and friends of the late Sheila Rieman recount the story of a dedicated artist whose legacy includes a dynamic and joyful body of work.Brought to Life: A DemoBy Sarah Blumenschein
In her start-to finish pastel demonstration, Sarah Blumenschein explains how she approaches a variety of still life elements—from Wedgwood china to copper kettles.