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Paint a Beautiful Australian Landscape in Pastel - Mini Course

A fun mini-course showing how to paint a pastel landscape from the comfort of your own home!

Follow along step-by-step as multi-award winning artist Jacqueline Hill shows you how to paint a beautiful Australian landscape in pastel.

What you'll get:

  • 6 step-by-step video lessons
  • 2 bonus videos about using pastels
  • Videos to watch, pause and repeat
  • Look over the shoulder of the teacher - just like being in the classroom!
  • Valuable painting methods you can use for any painting

Suits beginners and intermediate artists.

To create your own landscape painting, you will need:

  • Pastel pencil (or HB pencil)
  • Pastel sticks
  • Acid-free heavyweight paper:
    • Heavy weight sketch paper or
    • Heavy weight watercolour paper
  • Kneadable eraser (or plastic eraser) just in case!


Access to all 8 videos to watch and rewatch as much as you want for 12 months.

Payment Details

  • One payment only.
  • Payment will be deducted from your Credit Card account and you'll be emailed a receipt.

How Do I Access My Mini Course?

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What People Are Saying:

Wonderful as usual. Jacqui is a fountain of knowledge and demonstrates in such a way that makes it possible to follow. Always a joy to follow. So encouraging.

Rae H

I loved pastels, so different to every other medium, so I needed to learn step by step and the course was very comprehensive.

Suzi Mathieson

I loved it. Jacqui is a wonderful teacher — so patient!

Nicole Bianchi