PanPastel Workshop – Karen Israel

Recently Karen Israel gave a one day PanPastel workshop in West Hartford, CT (at the Jerry’s Store). We wanted to share some of the images from Karen’s demonstration and also images of her student’s paintings as they were working on them.

Karen offers PanPastel workshops regularly. To find out more about Karen and her workshops contact her via her website artbykarenisrael.com  and follow her on social media: facebook and instagram

“Mercury Rising” Karen Israel – PanPastel (90%) with 10% pastel sticks on Pastelmat paper

 

And here are some of the paintings that Karen’s students were working on during the workshop:

Read our post about Karen Israel here: paintdrawblend.com/2016/12/karen-israel/

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