Asian Blouse with Rose Background

Master pastelist Sydney McGinley used new PanPastel Metallics to get a beautifully luminous effect in this  painting – “Asian Blouse with Rose Background” (18×14″). Sydney uses PanPastel Colors and soft pastel sticks on Wallis paper.

Sydney says that the back of the robe was the perfect opportunity to use our new metallic colors. Giving it a subtle but lovely shine, which moves as you tilt the painting or walk around it.

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