I just got back last night from a long round trip drive to Phoenix. Part adventure, part teaching at Art Unraveled and that part I am going to brag about right now.
One class was “Panoramas Patterns Pastels,” which was a class on using PanPastels. The students worked from a Google Earth image or a aerial photo to paint a landscape of a favorite place. My photos do not do them justice, but I hope you can appreciate their colorful wonder.
This one shows where the “life” is in this neighborhood.
Most of them are depicting family places.
This one is a neighborhood in Mexico.
This color is layered and luscious.
Funny how two of the peeps worked on black paper. I have been doing that lately too. Black Maps. Will be teaching that in Canada in November.
This is just, well, wow!
A relative’s farm.
Where Mary Ann lives.
Loose and lovely.
A fantasy beach home.
Abstracted arena and parking.
Thank you to all of you who came to my class and if you come by here, let me know which one is yours and I will happily add your name and a link if you like.