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How to transport pastel paintings, part II, by Richard McKinley. Click the image to read his article. ~ch #pastelpainting #artadvice

Fighting the Pastel Fragility Bias, Part 2

How to transport pastel paintings, part II, by Richard McKinley. Click the image to read his article. ~ch #pastelpainting #artadvice

Find a step-by-step how-to for framing works in pastel at http://sheilaevans.net/artwork/framing-pastels/

Find a step-by-step how-to for framing works in pastel at http://sheilaevans.net/artwork/framing-pastels/

Oil pastels have a more buttery consistency. They are much thicker than soft pastels and have intense, bold colors.

Oil pastels have a more buttery consistency. They are much thicker than soft pastels and have intense, bold colors.

Do you struggle getting depth into your pastel paintings? Mike Howley explains how to use tonal values to their full potential in this free video. #pastelpainting

Do you struggle getting depth into your pastel paintings? Mike Howley explains how to use tonal values to their full potential in this free video. #pastelpainting

Tips for working in pastel ~ Maggie Price

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