Sunday, August 30, 2009

Queen Anne's Lace painting from workshop

'Afternoon for Wildflowers' 8x10 pastel
What could be better than spending a rainy Sunday afternoon painting with a group who are passionate about pastels! We had a successful workshop with everyone completing two paintings! I was impressed with everyone's work and it was fun to see how we all interpret wildflowers in our own unique style. I had so much fun and hope everyone else enjoyed the afternoon as well. This is one of the demo paintings I did. It is a quick study on orange toned Uart paper.

4 comments:

A Road of Silver said...

Hello,
Yet another beautiful pastel painting. I would love to come to your workshops but alas I live in South Australia! Have you considered doing an online workshop? I love your style of painting but am not sure how to achieve it. Please let me know if you ever decide to do that. Thanks :)

Karen said...

Thank you so much for such kind comments. I am in the planning stages for online workshops and I will be happy to let you know when I have it all worked out.
Thanks for writing!

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sanchitha vishwanath said...

Hello Karen,
Great work. great to know bout the plans on your online Workshop. i cant wait for it. your paintings are a great inspiration. Please let me know when u come up with the plan. thank you. good luck!!!!
Sanchitha