PSA Workshop – Johannes Vloothuis

We have exciting workshop news! Johannes Vloothuis will be teaching a two day “Discover PanPastel” workshop at the Pastel Society of America (National Arts Club) in New York City. May 28-29, 2016. This is a unique opportunity to learn with Johannes in person, in a great venue. Johannes is a Master Painter and popular instructor for Northlight Books. He is also endorsed by The Pastel Journal.

During the workshop Johannes will share his techniques for painting with PanPastel. You will get to paint along with Johannes and learn how to use the medium both on its own and with pastel sticks to enhance your pastel paintings.

To register and for more information visit: http://www.pastelsocietyofamerica.org – places are limited so book early!

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