|Burnishing the pencil into 800 grit sanded paper with an IPC deerfoot brush|
When Kendra first picked up colored pencil, she was in college. Naturally, she gravitated towards the medium with a strong background in drawing and graphic design, and a BFA in printmaking. But, at the time, she was working primarily dry, attempting to get an even surface with the colored pencils. Through her membership in CPSA, the Colored Pencil Society of America, Kendra was introduced to new surfaces and new possibilities for blending.
|Claybord boxes with colored pencil lids and interiors|
|Blending the pigments with Gamsol|
With her skill and output, Kendra's work and teaching is highly sought. If you're interested in learning more about Kendra and her work, including a new online course, tune in to her blog and website.
|Online colored pencil course with Kendra|
Keep your eye out for the issues of Colored Pencil magazine, they will be featuring Kendra in an upcoming article.
For more brush information, check out the Dynasty Brush website.