Pastels: Edge, Color & Value with Diana Randolph

May 13 & 14, 2020
Use your own color photos of lakes depicting spring, summer or fall, as inspiration to create unique pastel paintings on paper. Explore the concepts of shape, space, value, and color in your composition as you interpret the landscape using strong contrasts with simplified shapes. You’ll practice different pastel painting techniques by layering the pigment on various types of pastel paper. You’ll have the opportunity to view the Cable Natural History Museum’s current exhibit. This class is offered from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on two days. You may sign up for one or both days. Bring a sack lunch or order from a local café during class. Visit www.witc.edu/supplies for the supply list. To register please phone WITC-Ashland at 715-682-4591, ext. 3182.

Date: 
May 13 - May 14
Venue: 
Cable Natural History Museum