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Pastel Journal, February 2013 Digital Edition

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This pastel painting magazine is full of page after page of great interviews with artists, tips and step-by-step guides for boosting your pastel painting skills.

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You¹ll love this issue of Pastel Journal if:

  • You love hearing advice from fellow artists and want to get new pastel painting inspiration
  • You want to try new techniques with step-by-step pastel tutorials
  • You want to know the latest news in the pastel painting community and love hearing from our team of editors

When you get Pastel Journal delivered to your door or inbox, you get great pastel painting tips and tutorials from expert artists and so much more. This pastel painting magazine is full of page after page of great interviews with artists, tips and step-by-step guides for boosting your pastel painting skills.

The February 2013 issue of Pastel Journal is a must-have for any artist interested in capturing the landscape in pastel. See how three artists with remarkably different approaches to the subject all manage to offer a sense of place that engages and transports viewers. One never knows when an outing is going to inspire the next painting. Pastel Journal will help you be ready when it does.

Highlights in the February 2013 Issue of Pastel Journal include:

  • Making a Scene: Three Unique Perspectives on Painting the Landscape
  • Portrait Demonstration: Capture Character in 7 Steps
  • Limit Your Palette and Expand Your Color Expertise
  • Live a Creative Life: Become an Artist-in-Residence

Features
Food for Thought
By Anne Hevener
From fresh produce to frozen foods, pastel artists Lisa Ober, Karen Howard and Ria Hills

Improvising Beauty
By Michelle Taute
There's a spontaneous quality to Bobbie McKibbin¹s way of working, which brings an element of the unexpected to her pastel landscapes.

Keeping It Loose
By Ken Gofton
Characterized by a lively gestural style, the landscapes of British artist John Tookey

Distilling the Landscape
By Ruth Rodgers
The directive ³less is more² lies at the root of Barbara Noonan¹s dreamy, abstracted landscapes that use color to get to the essence of a scene.

Human Nature: A Demo
By Z.L. Feng
An artist and university instructor demonstrates, step by step, his creative approach to painting a pastel portrait that captures the personal story of the sitter.

Columns
Art Matters
By Jessica Canterbury
The Pastel Society of America celebrates the "enduring brilliance" of the medium. Plus, MoMA lets out a "scream."

Master Class
By Tamera Lenz Muente
The French Romantic Eugene Delacroix Skill Builders

Skill Builders
By Michael Chesley Johnson
A plein air painter describes the possibilities for and the bene

Creative Life
Linda Dellandre
Being an artist-in-residence presents a unique opportunity for creative immersion in an inspiring locale.

Showcase
By Anne Hevener
Get the behind-the-scenes story on the pastel that took top prize at the PSA annual exhibition.

Additional Information

SKU V9091
Instructor Pastel Journal Magazine
Product Type Magazine Download
ISBN13 N/A
Media Pastel
Pages N/A
  1. A Note from the Features Editor review by Sarah A. Strickley on 12/19/2012
    Rating

    Did you know that every issue of Pastel Journal comes with an awesome step-by-step demo that will take you inside the painting practice of some of the finest pastelists working today? Our February issue is no exception. You're going to love Z.L. Feng's creative approach to pastel portraits, which is full of tips you can take straight to the easel. One of my favorite highlights in the issue is editor Anne Hevener's massive roundup of pastel treats fit to eat. If you love painting food, you're going to want to savor this issue. Enjoy!

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