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Pastel Painting Atelier: Essential Lessons in Techniques, Practices, and Materials (Anglais) Relié – 23 avril 2013

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Throughout this book, I use the words analyze, contemplate, investigate, explore. We survey, we canvas the complexities of our subjects. There is so much to see. Where do we begin a painting? I want to help you observe with a clear eye your subject's unique structure, color, and value relationships. The ultimate goal is to distill these intricacies into a simply expressed, harmonious construction. This goal is a constant. It transcends genre.

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"Pastel Painting Atelier: Essential Lessons in Techniques, Practices, and Materials isn’t simply about pastel techniques, but how to truly capture a life and its full worth on paper. Read it like a novel, as Kingston’s foreword implies, and you’ll gradually pick up on Eagle’s ability to read a face and translate it to the surface."
-The Artists Magazine, December 2013

"Unlike most books about art, unlike most books written for creative people, this one provides several hours of quiet time with the artist at work in her studio, in her mind, with her eyes, with her hands.  She sees beauty in the tiniest of details: the curve of the silhouette of a woman’s face, the arrangement of the old pipes beneath the even older sink in the corner of a Manhattan studio, the private thoughts that take shape in a best friend’s eyes. This is a gentle book, an inspirational one with the promise of some instruction for the visual artist, but you need not be an artist to see what she sees, and to enjoy the way that Ms. Eagle perceives and so lovingly sees the world."
-Digital Insider, September 2013 

"I don’t think I’ve ever seen a book that deals with pastel in such breadth and depth."

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Très beau livre, beaucoup d informations ,mais difficile a traduire si on ne connait pas la langue anglaise parfaitement. recu dans les temps et bien emballé
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HASH(0x89863a38) étoiles sur 5 Best pastel book I've seen 23 mai 2013
Par B. J. Zukauskas - Publié sur
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Ellen Eagle's book, "Pastel Painting Atelier" is the most complete, informative book on pastel painting I have seen. I am a pastelist, and have a collection of pastel books, and NONE compare in clarity of information, or quality of photography. I Have studied with several different pastel artists, the instruction in the book is like being in a pastel workshop. Delightful to read, and a beautiful book to add to my collection. I highly recommend it for beginners and experienced artists alike.
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HASH(0x89863c84) étoiles sur 5 Pastel painting 30 avril 2013
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A marvelous book in every way. The demo alone is worth the price of admission. Valuable information about pastels, about how to use them, and even about the history of this beautiful and expressive medium. And the reproductions are first rate.
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HASH(0x89863c48) étoiles sur 5 Pastel painting essential lessons 3 mai 2013
Par Tati Kamo - Publié sur
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A wonderful book that is a pleasure to read. The author's sharing of her creative process and chapters on the step-by-step building of a pastel painting are invaluable. Suggestions about materials, how to evaluate a work in progress and how to correct mistakes are very helpful. The book illustrates vast expressive possibilities and quiet qualities of pastel, a medium that had its golden age more than two centuries ago but now is rather under-appreciated. It also highlights the art of looking at and truly seeing another person, without which portraiture is impossible. Those in search of bulleted supply lists and shortcuts to making fast and easy paintings may be disappointed. But if they slow down and read carefully through this book, they may discover something new to them. It can inspire an art student or a seasoned painter seeking to expand his or her repertoire and to explore a new medium.
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HASH(0x89863f3c) étoiles sur 5 A VISUAL DELIGHT & "MUST-HAVE" FOR A SERIOUS PASTEL ARTIST! 25 avril 2013
Par W. Marquardt - Publié sur
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I confess that I have been privileged to study under the wise eye of Ellen Eagle. Upon first sight, one wonders how so much passion, generosity of spirit, and enormous talent could be contained within this diminutive, gentle woman.

She not only has the sight and sensitivity of a brilliant portrait artist; she is a patient, gracious, and gifted teacher--no matter what the level of talent or experience of The Student-she embraces their needs and guides them with intelligent sensitivity.

That said, I have been anxiously awaiting HER BOOK!

It is a visual delight and reads like poetry.

Yet, it overflows with practical, experienced information to aid any artist in their quest to successfully commit their vision to the paper of their choice with the pastel materials that best suit their desired outcome.

Yes, this treasure is jammed-packed with quintessential "Ellen Eagle"--- Generous Spirit. Consummate Artist. Insightful Teacher. Aw-inspiring Paintings. History of Pastels. An instruction manual woven within a beautiful "coffee table" volume. It is quite special, indeed, and in many ways defies description.

It is a masterful work.

If I could own only two books to assist my artist endeavors--one would be Ellen's book-"pastel painting ATELIER". The other would be Betty Edwards: "Drawing On The Right Side Of The Brain".

With these two books in hand, in heart, in mind, in sight---you are ready for a magnificent art-filled adventure and a way to express the journey of your life through your own personal style.
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HASH(0x89863f9c) étoiles sur 5 I have a deep love of working with pastels 18 janvier 2015
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I have a deep love of working with pastels. It began in childhood when my grandfather (trained at the academy in Rome in the early 1900s) created pastel paintings during family visits, and sometimes let me use sticks from his huge oak chest of drawers that contained his complete set of Rembrandt colors. It left me with an appreciation for pastel portraiture, in particular (my grandfather's specialty), that only increased as I found the pastel work by Degas, for example, and other artists traditionally considered oil painters. But pastel was not taught at my art schools, nor are there many publications about them. Over the years I did read books on pastel and sometimes followed pastel forums on artists' community sites. But none of these experiences matched memories of how my grandfather worked with them, and the primary focus seemed to be plein air landscape painting.

So it has been a joy to find Ellen Eagel's book, and pore over her lucid, thoughtful writings on the medium. In particular, I found her use of various pastel hardnesses refreshing. (It seems these days that many artists develop a rather lopsided worship of the softest sticks they can find.) Also, the way she plays with transparency and opacity (allowing the ground to show through many color areas, using blending as a deliberate effect rather than as the default mode of pigment application) was a revelation for me. This is an artist who has developed her craft to a very high level, and even better, has a generous and candid teaching style that is a pleasure to read. Her book is not a "how-to manual" that describes a single method of creating works in pastels. Rather, it feels more like a studio visit, where she sits and explains the things you're seeing her work with. Just as my grandfather once did.
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