The Winter Landscapes in Soft Pastel

Liz Haywood-Sullivan "Daybreak"

I’m starting to present artists who paint Winter landscapes in soft pastels. Just to make it clear, since the Winter looks different in southern California than the one in Sweden I’ll be presenting only snow winters. The gallery with the links to the artists will be on the left column. The paintings that were so far presented should end up in the January gallery as soon as I figure out how to do that in the WordPress.
There are couple of demos and instructions how to paint snow and winter landscapes and I’m recommending the WetCanvas class by Deborah Secor and demos by Tom Christopher demo1 demo2 demo3.

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2 Replies to “The Winter Landscapes in Soft Pastel”

  1. Thanks for linking me, Mario. Just to be clear, my painting at the left is derived from one by Wolf Kahn, and titled, “after Wolf Kahn.”

    This blog is a great resource for those of us who work in pastels.

  2. Hi Mario,
    thanks for mentioning my blog. It’s really intersting to see how other artists capture the season.
    Your blog truly develops to be a really intersting one. Keep going, it’s really appreciated.

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