Course "Chasing the light"



Chasing the Light in Floral Pastels

Create a series of pastel flowers with Stephie Clark, train to make a variety 

of strokes, work with backgrounds, 

and see how to simplify your subjects 

and composition

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Tender, vivid, bright and colorful – flowers look amazing in pastels, and at this course you will learn to portray them like a professional!

By painting from the background to the foreground you will learn to simplify your subjects and composition. Demystifying stems and leaves, you will train to suggest information rather than overdo details. You will see what to leave out and what to include in your artwork and start making marks with confidence and joy

Join us at the course, delight in a flower atmosphere, and create 4 spectacular compositions in pastels under the guidance of Stephie Clark!

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Stephanie Clark

Author of the course

  • Stephie Clark is a soft pastel obsessed artist from Australia best known for her free and flowing florals and fruits in a fascinating style uninhibited by rules and boundaries.
  • Stephie divides her time between painting in her country studio in Armidale and teaching workshops at home, online, and abroad.
  • Stephie has been a featured artist in demonstrations held by the Pastel Society in Australia and New Zealand. 
  • She is also a member of the Pastel Guild of Europe and has been interviewed & featured in a French magazine, Pratique des Arts.
  • A self-taught artist, Stephie started painting with soft pastels in 2011, cultivating inspiration from the Impressionism art movement and her close observation of beauty in nature.
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Certificate of completion (in Elite Plan)

Upon completion of the course for the students of Elite plan we issue a certificate. The certificate could be used as a proof of your qualification's upgrade at work (if it is related to arts) and for your private affairs as a recognition of your mastery in painting. 

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Which materials do you need for the course?

1. Dry pastels

2. Pastel pencils

3. Sauce (graphic material)

4. Abradant pastel paper

5. Tinted paper, neither black nor white, fine-grained, paper-based

6. Tablet or sketchbox (optional)

7. Masking tape

8. Wet wipes

9. Multi-colored pastels

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7 am — 6 pm Central European Time (CET)