Info, opinion, and training on how to pastel with artist Gail Sibley BFA, MA
Artist Interview Videos From IAPS – 19 Of Them!
As you know, I was recently at the 12th pastel convention of the International Association of Pastel Societies (IAPS) in Albuquerque. One of my self-set tasks was to create as many short artist interview videos as I could during the four days and incredibly packed schedule. I’ve created these interview videos over the past three IAPS conventions and this time, I was pleased to interview 17 artists! I asked each a single question. Some of the same questions were answered by a few of the artists. And happily, two artists (Albert Handell and Bill Creevy) answered two questions!
I have divided the videos into six categories. With each video, I’ve included a couple example of the artist’s work. Click on the artist’s name to see their website. I encourage you to explore more about them and their work.
This will take some time to get through so read and watch when you can. It’s a resource that will be always here for you!
Artist Interview Videos On How To Get Looser In Your Work
Alan Flattmann, “Preservation Hall Brass Band,” pastel, 30 x 40 in
Alan Flattmann, “Tiger Hill Canal Scene,” pastel, 22 x 32 in
(Waiting to receive a couple of images from Bill!)
Whew! I hope you enjoy this resource of great tips! LOVED making these artist interview videos.
Please leave a comment about the #1 thing you learnt watching these videos.
Thanks for being here! Until next time,
PS. A few more photos from IAPS, some with these artists!
Hanging out with Tony Allain, and Albert and Jeanine Handell who happily were at my table the first dinner!
With Bill Creevy (photo by his sweetie Barbara Genco)
With Richard McKinley. He was so busy this year as he transitioned into the role of IAPS President, there was no time to catch him for a video. But he has graciously answered questions in the past – search his name on the HowToPastel website.
Doug and Sue Dawson dropped into the Holbein booth where I worked the first morning of the trade show
Sitting with Jen Evenhus and members of the North West Pastel Society at the Banquet
Part of the Canadian Contingent!! Renata Bradshaw, Susan Typert, Pastel Artists Canada’s awesome President Ruth Rodgers, and me!