Enid is a super pastelist and is energetic and encouraging in her classes. Of course I did not remember to take photos. I have a one track mind in my dotage.
I have a set of twelve Pan Pastels. Basic colors for a palette. It was enough for my practice. We did a color swatch on a piece of black paper. I preferred that to my finished piece. I used Pastel Card for my practice. It holds lots of pastel and has to have many layers before you can blend. It took a bit to figure out. One applies the colors with sponges, much like applying makeup. You double load to mix colors. Usually 3 swipes on the pastel and then do a stroke. Wipe off the sponge and go again.
The class was informative and I enjoyed being out and about. As I have said repeatedly, painting with others is a good way to be inspired.
Enid will be teaching another class in January about abstract painting. Check the class schedule at the Lost Pines Art Center. http://www.lostpinesartcenter.org/classes/ and also on Enid's page for other classes she does.
I also used this for the Scavenger Hunt 610 as Number 8 - makes you smile.