This month’s EBSQ Live: Colored Pencils

hosted by EBSQ Self-Representing Artists and Alma Lee
Monday, August 10th at 9pm Eastern (6pm Pacific)
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King David Danced - Alma Lee
King David Danced - Alma Lee

I have always loved drawing and detailing with color pencils, but until recently I had no idea of their virtually unlimited potential for PAINTING. Not only do color pencils have the same depth, and vibrancy of color, but they also have the added precision of a graphite pencil that results in a satin-like glowing finish rivaling oil.  New innovations and materials made it possible to “paint” on a variety of substrates previously off limits; including wood and MDF fiber panels. During my LIVE presentation I will be demonstrating some of the possibilities of Color Pencil, in a step-by-step visual diary of my painting process.

About the presenter:
Alma Lee with a degree in Marketing Communications studied both Fine Art and Marketing, at Stout University and Northeast Wisconsin Technical College in Wisconsin. Is a full time art licensor and artist living and working in Green Bay WI.

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5 thoughts on “This month’s EBSQ Live: Colored Pencils

  1. I just wanted to say your work, the featured piece “King David Danced” absolutely took my breath-away. I can’t stop looking at it! Brava!!

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