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2006 Carlyle, IL Color Pencil Portrait Workshop


This dedicated to those that have an interest in colored pencil art. Especially those trying to perfect their technique in colored pencil portraits. This is our class at Carlyle, IL held on November 3-5, 2006. Ann Kullberg instructed us on her colored pencil portrait techniques used in her books Colored Pencil Portraits and Capturing Soft Realism in Colored Pencil. 
AnnKullberg is having a Colored Pencil Portraits 2 Workshop-  March 8 - 11, 2007 in Decatur, IL Local contact: Sue  info & registration form here you can pay your deposit online if you like at Ann Kullbergs website - click here to pay now

We are excited that you are visiting our web site.

Colored pencils have thick, soft leads made from brilliant, light-resistant pigments that is used in many different forms of professional art such as architecture, fashion design, caricature. Colored pencil art is a very slow process. It takes several lightly applied layers to acheive a realistic picture. The process can take many hours of hard work and patience.  The end results are astounding. On this site you will find information about our activities, along with helpful info to assist you on your colored pencil journey. We hope that you will find the information that you are looking for and when all else fails keep coloring.

Local artist Kim Hammel working on her latest piece of art.

We use Sanford Prismacolor Pencils. Simply the best.

The paper we choose is Rising Stonehenge fine art paper. It can  be found at a Dick Blick Art Store.  Notice that one side is rough and the other side is smooth. We rcommend that you use the smooth side to acheive optimum results.

You can purchase these on Ebay or DickBick or you may purchase them at Ann Kullberg website

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