"Nicho"

Below is another piece by Jeff where pan pastel was a main medium. You can see the light movements from the pastel more in the back. Also, take notice to how line is used in this drawing. Often times there is minimal line to help round the form, where in other areas, when used creatively, the dark lines help enhance the expression of the form – especially in areas where detail is purposely left out.

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"Nicho" by Jeff Hein, SLC, UT - Pan pastel, charcoal, and white charcoal

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Charlotte

“Charlotte” is a portrait drawing from the Tuesday night class, by Jeff, at the Hein Academy of Art in Salt Lake City, Utah. The piece is drawn using pan pastel, which is the softest form of pastel. It was developed so artists could approach drawings more like painting, as it is easier to control than regular pastel. It is erasable, and light, which makes it an excellent medium to use with other forms of pastel, or in this case, charcoal.

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"Charlotte" by Jeff Hein, Salt Lake City, Utah - Pan pastel, charcoal, and white charcoal