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Up the Hill


Sometimes a photograph is a perfect image for painting a series of scenes.  What I’ve posted here is the first (oil pastel, 14 x 11) for my “Up the Hill” painting series.  The second painting will be the same scene … Continue reading

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Down to the Sea


Down to the Sea is an oil pastel painting that’s fresh off my easel.  It’s of a lovely place in Australia called, Port Lincoln National Park. The image I used for this piece was taken by my good friend, Vicki, … Continue reading

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Ashmore Park – A Great Find for a Painting Series


Have you ever come across an outdoor scene that made you think, this is awesome?  Landscape artists are always on the lookout for these special places.  This past Spring, my husband and I took a drive and came across a … Continue reading

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What an Oil Pastel Stick Looks Like


Yesterday you were introduced to oil pastels (OPs).  Four manufacturers that I use were mentioned:  Sennelier, Holbein, Neopastel, and Gallery-Mungyo.  I’ve attached two photo’s at the bottom of this post for you to see what OPs look like. All four manufacturers sell their OPs … Continue reading

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