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Chalk pastels, oil pastels. Artists, history, techniques

Chalk pastels, oil pastels. Artists, history, techniques

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  • Pastel Drawing Soft Pastels and Still Life Drawings
  • Peaches by Muna, London
    • Drawings and paintings of inanimate, or unmoving, objects are called still-life drawings.
  • “ Apples” by Currier
    • Fruit has been a common subject for still-life drawings and paintings for hundreds of years.
    • Why do you think this is?
  • Types of Pastels
    • Soft Pastels
    • >Chalky, easy to spread color, can be reworked or layered.
    • Oil Pastels
    • >Oily, can be mixed, easy to spread color.
    • Pastel Sticks
    • >Smaller and good for detail work.
  • Advantages of Pastels
    • Offer color of paint without the mess.
    • Portable
    • Easy to experiment
    • Good for studies
  • Impressionists and Spontaneity
    • “ Waterloo Bridge” by Claude Monet
  • “ Baby Smiling at her Mother” by Mary Cassatt
    • Impressionism (1870-1890)
    • Spontaneous
    • Shows the effects of light.
    • Bright colors applied in disconnected stokes.
  • “ Au Musée du Louvre (Miss Cassatt),”
    • By Edgar Degas
    • Colors are layered.
    • Uses hatching and crosshatching.
  • "Jeune Fille aux Epaules Nues"
    • By Berthe Morisot
    • Leave parts of the paper showing through.
    • Strokes can be squiggles, loose curving marks, solid or semi-solid areas.
  • Movement and Light
    • Pastels are good for giving a sense of physical movement, such as a breeze.
    • Captures fleeting light.
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  • Paul Cezanne, till Life: Flask, Glass, and Jug (Fiasque, verre et poterie), ca. 1877.
  • Create you own still life…
    • Outline in light colors.
    • Loosely scribble light colors and blend as a base.
    • Layer in darker colors.
    • Blend.
    • Finish with details and shadows.
  • Student Examples
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