5 Day Pastel Challenge with Nina Squire

5 Day Pastel Challenge with Nina Squire 1

Unison Colour and Associate Artist, Nina Squire, are excited to announce the next 5 Day Pastel Challenge starting 9am (UK time) Monday 1st February, running for 5 consecutive days.

Over the course of the 5 days Nina will challenge you to create ‘Old Harry’- a mixed landscape of skies, sea and beach with the iconic Dorset landmark as the main focal point – by offering tips and guidance through a combination of videos and detailed worksheets each day.

There will be a supported Live online Q&A session with Nina each evening at 7pm.

To register for the event, head over to the sign up page…
** This challenge has now finished. **

We hope to see you there!

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2 Responses

  1. This was such a great course. A fantastically well organized and well thought out five day challenge. Nina Squire is an excellent tutor and I love that Unison offer these chances to learn new techniques and be part of such a positive community. A big thanks to Helen and Oliver for their nonstop help above and beyond with support and tech help throughout the five days. Please bring us more!

  2. I really enjoyed this 5 day challenge. I learnt so much and it gave me more confidence to try developing my own style. This challenge also gave me an opportunity to explore the quality of Unison soft pastels. I have used many different types of pastel and finally I have found one that works for me. I will be looking for more challenges and building my collection of colours. Thank you to the team at Unison for organising this. I hope it is something you develop and continue.

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