The homework wall was ablaze with bouquets of Lilacs but the Instructor was so dazzled she forgot to take a photo of the work of Linda, JoAnne, Katie, and Mary. They can be seen over the shoulders of the artists hard at work later in the class.
|Mary Vetere is beginning to sketch her most favorite flowers, peonies, brought to class
by Beth Shipley from her garden.
|The peonies as they appeared. More peonies later in the Blog.
|From The Pastelist's Year
|From Wolf Kahn Pastels
|We proceeded to apply the lessons learned from the above named artists with this photograph entitled
House Seen From Bailey Tract
|The Demonstration is on Bristol Vellum using Indigo for the drawing, then applying color a la Mr. Kahn. The Palm fronds are Indigo applied to the yellows of the sky. More to come next week.
|Time for a tea Break before tackling the project: JoAnne, Cathy (who brought the snack) Katie, Beth Pam Morss, Ann, Mary, Beth, and Pam Price. Welcome company on a rainy morning.
Anne Pulver suggested that in the future we might consider applying the techniques of Georgia O'Keefe. So here is a Peony challenge! For anyone who wants to try.