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Oil Pastel Painting

In this ongoing class we will complete a new oil pastel painting each week subjects include landscapes, still lifes, and abstracts.
Cindy Lumpkin
53 total reviews for this teacher
Completed by 1 learner
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Meets 1x per week
Runs week after week
55 minutes per class
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This class is taught in English.
Learners will gain new skills and plenty of practice using oil pastels so they can use the skills learned to create further art on their own if they wish.
I have been teaching children in both formal and informal settings for over 30 years and currently teach Art and ELA classes for homeschool students privately in addition to my Outschool classes. I love teaching art because I love to foster creativity and encourage young artists to enjoy time creating with their peers.
• Pencil and eraser • A set of at least 24 oil pastels • Ear Swabs • Heavy weight white or black construction paper or mixed media paper • White correction fluid pen • Ebony or 10B pencil • A piece of poster board for a mat to protect workspace (optional) • Baby or disinfectant wipes for hands (optional)
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Oil Pastels are a great medium for children but they can be a bit messy. I recommend that learners cover their table with a piece of poster board and have a few baby wipes for cleaning hands.

Please note: If time allows, the Zoom white board may be used at the end of class to play a game. This is a part of the Zoom program.
If time allows, the Zoom white board may be used at the end of class.


Cindy LumpkinTeacher - Fostering Creative Expression
53 total reviews
50 completed classes

About Me

I love sharing my passion for Art, Literature and Writing. I teach hands-on classes that promote creative expression. I believe that art should not be a set “cookie-cutter” directions that lead to everyone’s project looking identical. I also think... 
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