Snow Scenes in Pastel

Every season has its charms and winter is no exception—especially when the chill weather is accompanied by fresh snowfall. A blanket of white snow can re-create a landscape into something entirely new. A scene that may have appeared gray and monotonous the day before suddenly sparkles with a gentle, quiet beauty.

Featured here are additional works by artists featured in the February 2010 issue of The Pastel Journal that capture the enchantment of the snowy landscape in pastel.

Ebb and Floe (30×30) by Colette Odya Smith

Winter Walk (20×20) by Colette Odya Smith

Afternoon Birches (18×24) by Richard Lundgren

Snow Trails (26×32) by Richard Lundgren

The Gathering (14×18) by Joe Mancuso

January Thaw by Liz Haywood-Sullivan

Winter Creek (8×8) by Liz Haywood-Sullivan

Read more about these and other pastelists in the February 2010 issue of The Pastel Journal.




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