Video: Cindy Barillet

Cindy Barillet, a wonderful French artist, recently shared her first thoughts about PanPastel with her followers. (See 2nd video below, in French). The first video below demonstrates the flower painting she created one of the first times she used PanPastel Colors.

Since she created the video, Cindy has enjoyed using PanPastel for more of her work, here are some more paintings she has created in recent weeks:

“Loco” PanPastel on Pastelmat with some pastel sticks & colored pencils. 24x30cm

“Kody (Shih-Tzu)” PanPastel on Pastelmat, with pastel pencils (Faber Castell) & pastel sticks

The underpainting for this horse portrait was created with PanPastel on Pastelmat, colored pencils & pastel sticks will be used to add details. (2nd image – right).

“Clown Fish” (Poissons Clowns)


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Our latest Q&A is with New York City based artist Beverly Brown. We wanted to share her beautiful PanPastel paintings and to find out more about her creative process and why she uses PanPastel. Beverly used PanPastel Colors for all of the work shown below.

My grandfather was a painter, illustrator, and professor. I grew up sitting on his lap watching him draw. It fascinated me. I had an amazing (and patient, ha) art teacher in high school that nurtured my abilities and helped me create a portfolio that was awarded several scholarships to major art schools.

Lora Murphy was born in Ireland and educated in Ireland, USA and Italy. Trained as an oil painter, she now works primarily in Encaustic and mixed media. Lora teaches workshops in Contemporary Portraiture in Encaustic throughout the world and is currently working on an E-course, due to be released this year. She divides her time between Ireland and Denmark and maintain studios in both countries.

Our latest Artist Q&A is with Canadian artist Amy Hetherington of Headspace Illustrations.

We have been following Amy’s work on Instagram, and love how she uses PanPastel for her beautifully delicate nature inspired illustrations. So we asked Amy to tell us more about her work, and how she uses PanPastel.