Eucharistic Pastel Still Life Painting
Friday, March 15, 6-9PM
St. Gregory the Great Parish Center, 3rd Floor
Join artist-in-residence Sarah Crow for a 3 hours still life workshop using objects related to the Eucharist such as grapes, bread, and a chalice. Participants will learn the technique of soft pastel ‘painting.’
Registration deadline is Monday, March 11. $25 Registration fee includes materials. Register by filling out the form below. Space is limited! Contact us for more information.
You can pay online or mail a check. Make checks payable to Mary, Mother of God Parish with "St. Gregory's Hall" in the memo line to 5545 N Paulina St, Chicago, IL 60640. All donations are used to cover program and staff-related expenses of St. Gregory's Hall. No funds are used for general Parish operating expenses.
TOP: Maria Vasilevich, Grapevine Drawing, pastel on paper. BOTTOM: Leon, Wyczolkowski, Kielich biskupa Padniewskiego ‘The Chalice of the Bishop of Padua’, 1907, pastel on paper
About the Instructor
Sarah Crow is a sacred artist who has mastered Baroque oil painting techniques (see her reproduction of Caravaggio’s Calling of Saint Matthew here). She is a former lecturer at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and currently the artist in residence at St. Gregory’s Hall where she maintains an active studio of both sacred art commissions and representational paintings.