Colourful Chronicles

Delve into our vast collection of guest blogs and read about the intriguing methods that artists apply while using Unison Colour pastels.

Dramatic Sky Giveaway

In association with Search Press, we’re giving 5 lucky winners a copy of Sandra Orme’s new ‘Painting Skies In Pastel’ book AND the Sandra Orme Sky 30 Half Stick Soft Pastel set.

A blog from artist, Tracey Maras.

I Don’t Remember It Looking Like That

The sky is filled with the dance of so many colors.  You quickly snap some photos to capture the moment, thinking to yourself about how you are going to create a painting to memorialize this moment.

Making Water Look Water blog by Regina Hona.

Making Water Look Wet

Many artists have a fascination with water and enjoy capturing it in their work. I’m one of them!

Sue, pastel cutting.

Meet The Maker! – Sue

From mixing, making, packaging, and marketing, our hands-on team is dedicated to delivering our beautiful product to you. So, if you haven’t already met us in person, we thought we’d introduce you to the team!

Life Drawing For Better Pastel Painting

I have attended a variety of life drawing classes over the years and have come to realise just how helpful they are to my progression as a pastel artist of landscapes.

A blog from Tracey Maras.

When Local Color Isn’t Enough

Sometimes I just don’t want to use what nature gives.  Sometimes I just don’t want to use local color.  Don’t get me wrong.  The world is filled with infinite beauty and inspiration.  But sometimes I just don’t want to paint a blue sky and green leaves.

Interview With An Associate Artist: Nel Whatmore

In today’s ‘Interview with an Associate Artist’ we’ll be chatting to Nel Whatmore.  Nel has been a professional artist for 35 years and is the joint founder of the New Pastel School with Rebecca de Mendonça.

The Necessity of Touch

Touch. How often do we think about it as we paint? As a pastel painter, touch isn’t just about the feel of the materials or the hand of the papers used…

Abstracted Compositions

When it comes to working in the abstract style, one might think there is no process, no structure, no thought, or plan on what goes into the creation of abstract art.

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