Reminder: Macquarie Towns Arts Society
Greg Hansell – Pastel Workshop
This Sunday, 2nd May 2021 


There are still a few places left for the MTAS Pastel Workshop with Greg Hansell this Sunday, 2nd May from 10am – 4pm.

Please let us know asap if you would like to come along.

Book in to learn from Greg’s wonderful skills with Pastels. His own hand made pastels will feature in this workshop.

Greg’s broad experience over many years always brings much insight and expertise in relation to composition, perspective and the use of the pastel medium.

In the morning Greg plans for the group to do a still life inside the Stan Steven’s studio to get started, and then weather permitting, in the afternoon, go outside the Deerubbin center into the garden and do some Plein Air.

Join the workshop for a great opportunity to enjoy working with this gifted artist, meet with other like minded artists and hone your pastel skills, beginner to advanced.

Numbers are limited, so book now!

Where: Stan Stevens Studio, Deerubbin Centre, George St, Windsor.
Workshop date: Sunday, 2nd May 2021
Time: 10am – 4pm
Cost: $50 for MTAS Members and $55 for Non-members
Light morning tea and Tea & Coffee are provided.
Please bring your own lunch.

Materials & Requirements:

  • Canson Mi- Teintes paper, 2 sheets or pad, not too dark and not too light, any colour.
  • Pencil. Conte 1710 2B.
  • Board, clips etc
  • 40 to 60 soft round pastels, range of colours, usually the more the cost the better the quality.
  • Fixative
  • Hat, sunblock, stool, and easel if you require.

To book or inquire please phone Annmaree 0429 234 873. 

Payment methods:
Option 1 – EFT Deposit to: Macquarie Towns Arts Society Inc
Bendigo Bank BSB: 633000 Acc: 156303562
N.B. Please label your transaction and email to that you have paid for the workshop
Option 2 – Mail Cheque with Form to P.O. BOX 1058, RICHMOND NSW 2753
Option 3 – In person to a committee member or Richmond Art Supplies



About Greg Hansell:

Greg Hansell was born in Goulburn, NSW, and now lives on the historic Peninsula area of Windsor. Many of the sites he has painted are within walking distance from his studio overlooking the Hawkesbury River.

Greg has been a full-time artist since 1980 in the traditionalist or realist school of Australian painting. His medium is pastel and he uses a combination of handmade earth pastels and Schmincke pastels.

His Earth Pastels are hand made only from rocks and clays with no commercial pigment, binder or additive used in their manufacture. Their permanence has been tested to the ultimate rating.

Hansell is a fellow of the Royal Art Society of New South Wales and his paintings are represented in corporate and academic collections.



Reminder: MTAS Pastel Workshop with Greg Hansell This Sunday, 2nd May 2021
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