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The Pastel Journal, February 2012 Digital Download

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You'll Love This Digital Issue of Pastel Journal If:

  • You love painting water & working with pastels & want to know more
  • You want to hear the latest from our great editors Jessica Canterbury and Anne Hevener
  • You want to learn more about the pastel painting community
Download the February 2012 issue of Pastel Journal right to your desktop. Get great pastel painting tips & techniques for beginners & more experienced artists. In this issue you'll find feature articles sharing tips & insights into the artistic process. You'll hear from Brian Cobble as he discusses the stages in his painting process and Aline Ordman talks about the role of shapes in still life & landscapes. Every digital issue of Pastel Journal is searchable by keyword & you can print out your favorite pastel painting articles for later reference. Adobe Acrobat Reader is required to access this pdf file.

Each issue of this top art magazine is dedicated to the medium of pastel and we're proud to be the only magazine that shares our passion for working with this versatile medium.

Highlights in the February 2012 Issue of Pastel Journal Include:

  • A River Runs Through It
  • Magnificent Detail
  • The Simple Secret to Better Design
  • A Plein Air Survival Guide for Indoor Painters
  • Chardin and Pastels: A Story of Reinvention
Features
A River Runs Through It
By Anne Hevener
The beauty of a wandering river can be a powerful draw for landscape painters. Artists Clive R. Tyler, Sandy Askey-Adams and Urania Christy Tarbet share their stories about capturing the subject in pastel.

Wild for the West
By Tamera Lenz Muente
The Mountain West offers dramatic scenery for painters, but it also has a subtler side. It's the latter that holds the allure for Wyoming artist Jennifer L. Hoffman.

It's in the Details
By Brian Cobble
A master of modern realism, Brian Cobble shares the story behind his art, his choices and techniques, and the working stages behind his stunning painting, Drown-A-Clown.

The Long View
By Deborah Secor
Whether figures, landscapes or still life, artist Aline Ordman finds that it's the basics—shape, value and color—that make a painting succeed.

Untamed Beauty
By Meredith E. Lewis
Australian artist and animal conservation supporter Steve Morvell travels extensively to observe wildlife and capture it in his artwork.

Columns
Art Matters
Edited by Jessica Canterbury
The Pastel Society of America's 39th annual exhibition, plus house-warming pastels and new books.

Master Class
By Tamera Lenz Muente
Jean-Siméon Chardin may have come late to pastel, but his mastery of the medium continues to inspire.

Skill Builders
By Doug Dawson
The organizational shape: Find out what it is and why it's instrumental to sorting out a composition.

Creative Life
By Bill Canright
For some, plein air painting can be like taking vitamins or eating vegetables—it's what's good for you—but with a few simple tricks, you may find pleasure in it, too.

Showcase
By Anne Hevener
Artist, author, teacher, mentor and maverick" Bill Creevy becomes the newest addition to the Pastel Society of America's Hall of Fame.

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Download the February 2012 issue of Pastel Journal right to your desktop. Get great pastel painting tips & techniques for beginners & more experienced artists.

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A word from the features editor! Review by Sarah A. Strickley

If I had to pick one star from the February issue of the newly redesigned issue of Pastel Journal, it would be editor Anne Hevener's stunning feature on one of nature's most alluring subjects: water. Three pastel artists share their secrets for painting rivers, pools and streams in this must-read story!

(Posted on 1/26/12)

A word from the features editor! Review by Sarah A. Strickley

If I had to pick one star from the February issue of the newly redesigned issue of Pastel Journal, it would be editor Anne Hevener's stunning feature on one of nature's most alluring subjects: water. Three pastel artists share their secrets for painting rivers, pools and streams in this must-read story!

(Posted on 1/26/12)

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