Pastel Workshop with Lisa Regopoulos

Join us here at the KAA for a PanPastel Application & Technique Workshop with Lisa Regopoulos!
WHEN: Friday, March 27, 2020.
TIME: 10 am – 4 pm
WHERE: Kittery Art Association, 8 Coleman Ave., Kittery Point.
COST: $70 members*, $95 non-members*
SUPPLIES: Bring your own PanPastels and applicators, or use the instructor’s materials for an additional $7 fee payable to the instructor at the workshop.

Pre-REGISTRATION is Required:  (There is a 5 participant minimum to run this class.). Register Here Online:

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Join us for a hands-on workshop using PanPastels.  The workshop will begin with a demo on Sennelier LaCarte Pastel Card.  This medium can be used on many different pastel surfaces, but Lisa’s favorites to use are LaCarte and Uart.  The first hour of the workshop will be a demo of the process she uses to create a pastel painting.  She will show how to use the different applicators and give you tips on using them.  There will be a brief exercise on specific mark making techniques that Lisa has discovered and there will be a discussion on which tools to use to create the desired effect you are trying to achieve.  There will be focus on developing a layered background and carving out the negative shapes and handling of edges.  Attendees will receive a hand-out filled with useful tips and information on where to order supplies, etc. People that are sensitive to dust prefer the PanPastels as they are less dusty than the traditional pastel sticks.  Please bring some simple photos to work from and/or a charged iPad.  Please remember to bring your lunch and something to drink.
* The fee for the workshop is non-refundable unless canceled due to weather or low participation. (There is a 5 participant minimum to run this class.)
QUESTIONS? email: info[at] or call Kittery Art Association at (207) 451-9384

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The KAA Gallery, located in scenic Kittery Point, Maine, sponsors a variety of public events including art exhibits, music, poetry, guest lectures & art receptions.

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