236-Pastels 101-VIRTUAL

Ever wanted to try pastels? Now is the time! A try before you buy type workshop that will guide you through step by step demonstrations on how to use this wonderful medium. Color theory, application, and explaining various papers and differences between pastel hard and soft qualities will be covered. Various techniques will be shown in two works of art that the student will create.  A perfect workshop for any level looking to dive into this new medium.


This is a HYBRID workshop. There will be students attending in person concurrently with students participating virtually in the workshop. This is the VIRTUAL component of the workshop. The Zoom link will be sent the day before the start date of the class.

Special Notes

About the Instructor

Andrea Gianchiglia

BFA, University of Hartford Art School, major in illustration, minor in art history. Exhibitions: Many solo, group and juried shows at various galleries and museums in the tri-state area. Awards: has won awards for her specialty, animal portraiture. Her work is in private collections throughtout the country and is available for commissions. A member of Society of Animal Artists, Salmagundi Club, and the Catherine Lorillard Wolfe art group. Visit www.agillustration.com


Class Details

May 19 - May 19, 09:30 am - 02:30 pm

Days: Friday

Tuition: $120

Member Tuition: N/A

Location: The Center for Contemporary Art

Semester: Spring 2023

Level: Adult-All Levels

Instructor: Andrea Gianchiglia