Oil Pastel Paintings — Home & Views

Paintings here are home and landscape views.

Mother's Garden
Mother's House Interior
Queen's Road East
Smoggy Day in Central
Stormy Day
Sunny Day
View From Mother's House

 


Oil pastel crayon on white paper. The crayons, as used by a child, are one of the easiest ways to approach painting. The colours do not need to be pre-mixed: each crayon is applied to the page, and modified by applying another crayon layer on top, or if necessary scraping part of a layer off. Finer details can be managed by using the edge of the crayon, and the palette knife. However, it is more difficult to achieve nuances of tone, or to cover the paper evenly.


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