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Laurie Basham Pastel Live 2023
Enjoy a recap of the Essential Techniques Day of Pastel Live, an unforgettable event for artists of all levels of painting with pastels.
Whether you need to brush up on the basics or kick your technique up a notch, these pros reveal the secrets to spark your next aha moment. 
Felicity House shares her tips for letting the paper work for you.
Michele Ashby shares some quick tips that can make a difference in your next portrait.
Fiona Carvell reveals the many layers of meaning and connection in a recent work.
Patel artist Shawn Dell Joyce focuses on the forgotten Florida landscapes. 
Shawn Dell Joyce demonstrates her approach to starting a painting.
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Edgar Degas, "The Artist's Cousin, Probably Mrs. William Bell (Mathilde Musson)," 1873, pastel on green wove paper, now darkened to brown, 18 5/8 x 15 1/8 in (47.3 x 38.4 cm), The Met, New York, USA. Detail
A close look at a portrait study of Mathilde Musson by Edgar Degas.
Remembered as “an artist, husband, father, sailor, and friend,” Bill Canright started as a self-taught painter when he was just 14 years old.

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