How to paint a Rose with Soft Pastels

Workshop for Intermediate Level

Sunday 26th April 2020  (This is the ANZAC Day long weekend)

10am – 4pm

$95 per person

Join me to learn how to paint a rose! This day will be perfect for those who have been painting and drawing with soft pastels before, so if you’d like to extend your experience and expand your skills, join me as we delve into the intricacies of painting a rose. With a focus on demonstrating the delicacy of a rose’s petals and finding a range of tones within one colour, we’ll spend the day studying and painting a beautiful rose. At the end of the day you’ll have a painting to take home, a new-found love for pastels and a deeper appreciation for the art of flowers.

Come and find your inner artist, you don’t need any experience and you’ll be amazed at what you can create!


  • Soft Pastels – artist quality sets or individual sticks – plenty of pinks, reds and greens
  • Art Spectrum Colourfix Pastel paper A3 black (I will have some available on the day for purchase at $5 per sheet)
  • Drawing paper or art diary
  • Charcoal sticks
  • Drawing board about A3 size (to tape or clip you paper on)
  • Table easel (if you prefer)
  • Kneadable eraser
  • Old hand-towel
  • Apron
  • Baking paper or glassine (to protect your finished art)
  • Bulldog clips x 3
  • Masking tape
  • Your lunch

Seats are limited to a maximum of 8, so don’t miss out – book today!!

Location: Delicious Art Studio, Middle Park Brisbane. Details of the address will be emailed to you on receipt of your booking.


Cath said: “Jeanne’s art classes are an oasis in the hustle and bustle of everyday life. If you’ve ever considered trying an art class, don’t wait another day, give it a try and fall under the spell of delicious pastels and Jeanne’s excellent tutorage.”

“Fantastic weekend Jeanne great teaching and support to get our pastel paintings right, not so easy, but with a lot of instruction from Jeanne we did it, Thanks heaps for your help. Join a class with Delicious Art you will be glad you did, I know I am”. Christine Dunning