Graeme Stevenson's Put Some Colour In Your Life - DVD Collection 6-Pastels

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Graeme Stevenson's Put Some Colour In Your Life - DVD Collection 6-Pastels

When he started, Graeme's vision was to build a library of the minds of artists; to preserve a digital record of creative spirit, culture and techniques for future generations.

Put Some Colour In Your Life began in a small town in Australia, and from this incredibly artistic region has spread out to encompass the arts and artists of Australia, and the world.

Take a look at the artists included in Set 6 - Pastel:

Barry Mason
Retiring from his Graphics business in Sydney, Barry moved to Lennox Head in 2000 and has now applied his background in Graphic Design and digital graphics to further his interest in the arts through painting. An early interest in photography took Barry to many areas throughout the rural and coastal areas of Australia, in a quest for subject matter. This long association with the Australian bushland and waterways remained with him and now reflect through his paintings.

Maria Paterson
Maria has been living, creating and teaching art as a professional artist in the Northern Rivers area of NSW for the past 30 years. People, nature and landscapes have been her inspiration. Using traditional mediums such as pastels, oils on canvas and ceramic sculptures, she likes to capture moments in time in which inspiration shines through.

Rosie Jones
Rosie is a master pastel artist. Her greatest pleasure is to create beautiful works of art in her home studio, or in the back garden of her house in Brunswick Heads, Australia.

Louise Corke
Louise Corke is a Master Pastelist and one of the disciplines greatest teachers in Australia. She has won numerous awards over the years and her work is collected on a world wide basis. Louise considers painting a dance that is pure gestural expression, and while she dances alone, she also dances so that others can enjoy the emotions of the visual music.