Judy King teaches “Portraits in Oils and Pastels”

NVAL Carter House Gallery

Starting Tuesday, September 4


November-December Break — Classes resume January 2019

NEW!!!  Judy King is now teaching how to paint portraits in OIL in addition to pastels.  

Class day/time:  Tuesdays, 12:30 – 3:30 pm 

Fee: $60  due 1st Tuesday of each month

If you are interested in taking her class, call Judy at 222-8491.

Oil Painters Supply List:
alizarin crimson, burnt sienna, raw sienna, burnt umber, French ultramarine blue, viridian green, titanium white, cadmium yellow light, naples yellow, orange, cad red light
cotton duck canvas 11″x14″
a hand held palette 11×15 or larger
Hobby Lobby has all supplies
Pastel Supply List:
I prefer Unison pastels.  I sell them for $2 a stick, but you may bring what you
I prefer Canson Mi Tientes paper ( moonstone grey ) but you may bring what you have.

Judy’s Short Bio 

Judy has been drawing faces for almost thirty years and calls herself a portrait sketch Artist. She is currently filming 13 episodes of portrait sketching in charcoal for SCAT TV, and next year they will appear on You Tube. She has been hired to draw charcoal portraits for the HAP (Homeless Art Project) project underway this year. 

She has studied with Daniel Green, Harley Brown, Ben Konis, and Bob Gerbraught.  The very first year of International Association of Pastel Societies, better known as IAPS 1987, a pastel drawing of Judy’s was selected to hang in the Sax Gallery in Denver, CO.   She has entered pastel competitions throughout the United States winning multiple awards.   In 2007 Judy won Best of Show at the NVAL National.