Tag Archives: soft pastels

  1. Ocean Abstraction

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    August 8, 2013 by mamie

    Completed Date: 8/4/13 Medium: soft pastels Description: Here we go again! This is my first of six pieces that will go toward my …
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  2. Portrait of Madame

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    October 31, 2012 by mamie

    Completed Date: 10/21/12 Medium: charcoal (soft pastels) Description: This drawing is a portrait of one of my favorite French teachers, and the whole …
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  3. Portrait in Pastels

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    October 5, 2012 by mamie

    Completed Date: 9/20/12 Medium: soft pastels Description: As an AP Art sketchbook project, we were supposed to use soft pastels to realistically …
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  4. Charcoal Horse Skull

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    October 1, 2012 by mamie

    Completed Date: 9/3/12 Medium: charcoal (soft pastels in shades of grey) Description: This was our first in-school project for AP Art, and …
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  5. Charcoal Angel Statue

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    September 4, 2012 by mamie

      Completed Date: 2/17/12 Medium: charcoal (soft pastels) Description: While our band at school was working on Frank Ticheli’s Angels in Architecture symphony, the band …
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  6. Vibrant Garden Landscape with Lake

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    August 8, 2012 by mamie

      Completed Date: 2010 Medium: soft pastels Description: This drawing shows my representation of a springtime landscape that I liked with a touch …
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