Product List

This is a list of products I use to create my pastel drawings.  The links below are affiliate links to Jackson’s Art Supply.  By clicking on the links to make your purchase you are helping me earn a small commission which I use to purchase more art supplies.  Thank you for your support.

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This is by far the best paper out there for pastel and pastel pencils.  It has a sanded surface but it is smooth to the touch, which makes it perfect for detailed pieces.  It comes in multiple colors and sizes.  I like to use the light grey it helps when placing my whites down first.

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Individual Sticks

For my backgrounds and large areas I love to use Rembrandt.  They are smooth and soft and very affordable.

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Individual Pencils

Carbothellos are excellent pastel pencils and very affordable.  I actually prefer them to the more expensive brands.  The only down fall is there are only 60 colors so for more color options I use Faber Castell and Derwent Pastel Pencils.

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Pan pastel are my secret to soft smooth backgrounds.  They are the most amazing product I just can’t say enough about how great they are.  They come in sets or individual pans.  I also use Sofft Brand pastel tools to apply the Panpastels with.

Jackson’s art Supply has the best prices on all these products even though other companies offer free shipping your total order will still be less with Jackson’s.




Available Pieces


This is a current list of original artworks that are available for purchase.  This list will be updated as pieces sell and new ones are added.

Click on the image to enlarge and view details.  Contact me to inquire about prices on originals.  Shipping is available.


Work in Progress

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Here’s a look at one of my pieces from start to finish.  First I sketch out my drawing on sanded Pastelmat paper.  Then I start building up layers of color with pastel sticks and Panpastels.  Finally I perfect all the details with pastel pencils.  No fixative is used, all my originals are raw or open pastels.  Reference photo for this piece came from