Unison Colour Animal Set explained by Emma Colbert

Watch Associate Artist Emma Colbert ‘unboxing’ her Animal 36 Set whilst offering hints & tips as to what colours to use!

This set is available at Unison Colour stockists as well as our online store.

Associate Artist Intake for 2022

It seems a while ago since we asked for applications from artists to become an Associate Artists & wow the applications came in thick & fast. So much so it took our Unison Helen a good while to get through them all.

Associate Artist Recruitment

Are you a pastel artist? Do you use Unison Colour pastels? Would you like to be part of our Associate Artist family?

Emma Colbert Live Q&A

We have a live Q&A session with Unison Colour Associate Artist, Emma Colbert, coming up on Wednesday 30th September at 6pm (GMT +1).

A predominantly grey pastel painting.

The Power of Greys

Greys are a vast and complex family of colours that seasoned artists spend a life-time of pursuit in order to achieve and harness their incredible potential.

A pastel painting of a tabby cat, padding across a lawn.

Velour, Emma Colbert and the Beast from the East!

I can tell you the exact day I first picked up a Unison pastel: Tuesday February 27th 2018 – the Beast from the East gave me the day that every secondary school teacher hopes for – a Snow Day!

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  1. Find the blogs and information posted on your page extremely interest.
    I am an artist who has been working mainly in watercolour and trying to learn pastels.

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