Marla Baggetta’s Summer Raffle: Free Tickets, Choose Your Prize!
SUMMER PASTEL PAINTING RAFFLE ENDS IN:
referral program

WINNERS ANNOUNCED DAILY – Watch Your Email!

Each Free Mini Lesson Comes With A Winner.

How Does It Work?
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WINNERS CHOOSE THEIR PRIZE!
We’ll notify you via email immediately upon winning – respond within 24 hours to guarantee your prize.
100 BONUS Raffle tickets when you buy Marla’s Landscape Pastel Lesson Library for $6.76 per video lesson
Prize selection is guaranteed on a first come – first served basis but you must notify us of your choice within 24 hours of receiving the email verification to guarantee your prize selection. There are 3 original lesson pieces available – once those are selected, they are gone from the prize list. However, you can choose any giclée that you like and we’ll have it printed just for you. If you are interested in purchasing Marla’s Landscape Pastel Lesson Library at $6.76 per video lesson then click here for more information.
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Meet Marla

Meet The Inspiring Pastelist Who Created PastelPaintingLessons.com

Marla is an incredibly talented fine artist who works with galleries throughout the US. Every year she travels the globe teaching workshops, speaking at art events to inspire other painters. Last year she launched a new website to the public with the purpose of helping thousands of struggling artists to succeed.
“My Working process is a simple one; I start on location, sketching, photographing and painting. Some of these field studies make their way to the studio.

In the studio I use all of that visual information and combine it with the sense or feeling I had for a location and create what is inevitably an abstraction of sorts in that it is not merely a copy of a photo but an interpretation of place. I hope that you enjoy the work!”