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The Pastel Scribbler, April 2016

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The Pastel Guild of Europe published the April issue of the Pastel Scribbler. This is a free newsletter dedicated to a soft pastel art and is gathering European pastel artists.

  • Get Dusty competition winners
  • Meet Guest Judge Bernadette Decesare
  • Meet Guest Judge Patrick Henry
  • An Interview with Brigitte Courte
  • 2nd Biennale Internationale Pastel d’Opale
  • Demo by Ruben Belloso Adorna

Newsletter: the Pastel Scribbler, Feb 2013

Mario Vukelic Physalis blue
Mario Vukelic “Physalis blue”

The Pastel Guild of Europe announced the winner of the Winter “Get Dusty” Challenge. I’m happy and honored that this time it is me. You can follow my art journey at my new blog Colored by Mario.
The latest beautifully redesigned Pastel Scribbler is bringing a few interesting articles for pastel artists.

  • Get Dusty Winter Challenge results
  • Meet Get Dusty Winner Mario Vukelic
  • Workshop experience with Elizabeth Blass
  • You are the boss!

You can find old issues here and you are welcome to subscribe at the bottom of the PGE home page.

Marie-France Oosterhof: the “Get Dusty” Winner

Marie-France Oosterhof
Marie-France Oosterhof

The Pastel Guild of Europe has announced the winner of the monthly challenge “Get Dusty”. The theme for September 2010 was colored glass.
Marie-France Oosterhof is living in the homeland of pastel art – France. She studied pastel with the Société des Pastellistes de France – particularly with David Hervelin and Alain Bellanger, and she studied oil painting at the Belgian school of Béatrice Cols. Born in a cosmopolitan family, Marie-France has traveled the world over and she is inspired by those faraway countries as well as her local surroundings of Provence. You can read an interesting interview with Marie-France in the October issue of the Pastel Scribbler.

Newsletter: the Pastel Scribbler, June/July 2010

Steffi Decker "Sammy"
Steffi Decker "Sammy"

The Pastel Guild of Europe has published the June/July issue of the Pastel Scribbler. This is a free newsletter dedicated to a soft pastel art and is gathering European pastel artists. Please note the new website address pastelGuild.com.

  • Meet the June Get Dusty winner: Steffi Decker
  • PanPastel Artists? Colors
  • Challenge: Composition in the landscape
  • Street Painting with Pastels
  • The French pastellist society – La Société des Pastellistes de France
  • Gallery of recent paintings by members
  • Composition and Design Matters – Tiziano and Rubens

Newsletter: the Pastel Scribbler, May 2010

The Pastel Guild of Europe published the May issue of the Pastel Scribbler. This is a free newsletter dedicated to a soft pastel art and is gathering European pastel artists. You can find old issues here and if you like it you can subscribe at the bottom of the PGE home page.

  • Announcing a new competition for Apprentice Members.
  • Get Dusty Winner: Susan Cottrell from Wales, UK.
  • The Sealed Package Framing by Marie-France Oosterhof.
  • Traveling Europe and Painting with Pastels by Steven Hill, USA.

Newsletter: the Pastel Scribbler, March 2010

The Pastel Guild of Europe published the March issue of the Pastel Scribbler. This is a free newsletter dedicated to a soft pastel art and is gathering European pastel artists. You can find old issues here and if you like it you can subscribe at the bottom of the PGE home page.

The Value of Value Studies by Malcolm Jarvis.
Do your own Framing by Marie France Oosterhof.
Get Dusty Winner – interview with Heather Harman.
Meet the artist: President of the Pastel Society of Spain, José del Riego.

Newsletter: The Pastel Scribbler, Jan 2010

The Pastel Scribbler

Pan European pastel society The Pastel Guild of Europe is publishing free monthly newsletter. You can find old issues here and if you like it you can subscribe at the bottom of the home page. The newsletter has some society specific articles but in general it is a good read for all pastel artists. In the latest issue you can read about:

– Pastel framing by Marie France Oosterhof
– Trip to France with Alan Flattmann
– How to use PanPastels for detailed work
– Meet the artist Gary Regnier, Cecilia Watson
– Pastel gallery…

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