Paint the gorgeous colors of the northern lights. You might even want to add some black spruce trees to your painting!
What is included in the course?
- Step-by-step instructions
- Techniques encourage both new artists and challenge more advanced ones
- Independent learning for older students
- Glossary of art techniques
- You ARE an Artist Facebook group – share photos of art work, ask questions and encourage each other!
Lemon Chalk Pastel Art Lesson – a written, step-by-step tutorial at our sister website, hodgepodge.me
Lavender Chalk Pastel Art Lesson – the written version of the lavender video art lesson.
Begin with any art lesson that appeals to you. Each of these tutorials is designed for artists of all ages.
General Suggestions for Essential Oils Chalk Art
In addition to a starter set of chalk pastels, there are very few supplies we suggest you have on hand. Regular copy or printer paper works very well. Construction paper is also wonderful for the layering and blending of colors. It is our favorite. Dampened paper towels or baby wipes make for easy clean up and help in cleaning off hands between colors.
You ARE an Artist
We encourage you to share photos of your art time and/or finished art work. Nana and Tricia would love to see it and comment! Here are a few ways you can share:
- Post a photo on Instagram and tag @ChalkPastelArt and/or use the hashtag #YouAREanArtist.
- Upload a photo to our ChalkPastel.com Facebook page
- Email a photo via the contact form at ChalkPastel.com
Yes, you ARE an artist!
Oh to walk down between the rows of lavender in a field! But we can paint a lavender field and the beautiful purple mountain majesty in the background too.
Paint the frankincense tree! You may even want to diffuse frankincense while you paint.
Paint the peppermint plant with chalk pastels!
A wonderful art lesson in perspective. Looking up at the copaiba trees.