Instructor: Susan Whiteman
If you've been wanting to try pastels but have had no idea how to begin, or would like to add some new techniques to your pastel skill set, please join us for this dynamic half-day workshop. The workshop will feature a demonstration and cover a broad overview of materials and applications, including wet and dry techniques.
Participants should bring a selection of reference photos to work from (landscapes, animals, still- life subjects are all welcome) and a smock or apron.
If participants have their own soft-pastels or favorite work surfaces they are welcome to bring them.
Materials will be provided for students to create pastel studies during class, with some one-on-one assistance.
Susan Whiteman is an associate member of the Pastel Society of America, a board member of the Adirondack Pastel Society, a member of NorthWind Fine Arts Gallery in Saranac Lake, NY. She is an active committee member for ArtWorks in Saranac Lake NY. She has been responsible for bringing art and poetry openings to the area and her work has been featured in galleries
throughout New York State.
Awards include Best in Show at the Adirondack Artists Guild Regional Juried Show in 2019 (Saranac Lake, New York) and she has been accepted into numerous juried exhibits and juried plein air events across the Northeast since 2012. She has been teaching pastel classes for years and was a long-time seminar teacher in acrylic painting at Tole Time at the Jersey Shore. Please visit her website for a list of events and to see more of her work: susanwhitemanpastels.com
Pre-registration is required. Space is limited.