El Jefe, the highest chihuahua in the USA.
That’s right, no reservations required.
Come, learn Pastel!
Introduction to Pastel
August 18-September 8
Four Sunday afternoons 1-4 pm. at Glass Illusions Gallery
Register through The Drawing Studio, tel 620-0947 or online http://www.thedrawingstudio.org
We’ll learn about the history of pastel, practice basic techniques, and create images with sparkle, sheen, mystery and drama. No experience necessary. Materials include; a small selection of chalk pastels ( blue, red, yellow and white), vine charcoal, heavy rough paper and fixative.
Instructor: Meredith Milstead
We are on our way to picturesque Ouray, Colorado so we take the million dollar highway from Silverton. We go over Red Mountian Pass.
Throughout the course of this venture the wind blows in mighty gusts, it rains giant drops on us, the sun comes out and goes away numerous times…a typical afternoon in Colorado. Que fun!
( I don’t know how she puts up with me.)
Go team plein air!
Vellecito means “little valley”.
Hmmm. She’s got a bigger canvas than usual to work with. Upgrading can be tricky if you are used to smaller sizes.
Wow, what a stump! I’m going for the reflected light in this one.
It is a partially cloudy day, and late afternoon, the worst for actual plein air painting but the best for dramatic effects-super tricky. Hey, every painting is a learning experience.