Drawing Basics: Arlene Steinberg's Colored Pencil Drawings

In the May 2008 issue of American Artist, we explored how Arlene Steinberg developed her detailed colored pencil drawings in much the same way as an oil painter would proceed. We present more of her drawings in this online exclusive gallery.

Colored pencil drawing by Arlene Steinberg, All Paired Up

Colored pencil drawing by Arlene Steinberg, Spilled Cherries

Colored pencil drawing by Arlene Steinberg, Delectable Temptations

All Paired Up
2007, colored pencil,
4¾ x 9. Collection
the artist.
Spilled Cherries
2005, colored pencil,
5 x 10. Collection
the artist.
Delectable
Temptations

2005, colored pencil,
5 x 7. Private collection.

Colored pencil drawing by Arlene Steinberg, Hidden Treasures

Colored pencil drawing by Arlene Steinberg, Ruffled Elegance

Colored pencil drawing by Arlene Steinberg, Beauty for a Day

Hidden Treasures
2003, colored pencil,
8 x 12. Collection
the artist.
Ruffled Elegance
2003, colored pencil,
4 x 4. Private collection.
Beauty for a Day
2003, colored pencil,
8 x 6. Collection the artist.

Colored pencil drawing by Arlene Steinberg, I Thought I Lost Them!

Colored pencil drawing by Arlene Steinberg, Three Hotties

Colored pencil drawing by Arlene Steinberg, Three's A Crowd

I Thought I Lost Them!
2006, colored pencil,
5 x 7. Private collection.
Three Hotties
2006, colored pencil,
4 x 6. Private collection.
Three's A Crowd
2005, colored pencil,
5 x 7. Collection the artist.

View an audio slideshow demonstration by Steinberg, and read the feature article on the artist.

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6 thoughts on “Drawing Basics: Arlene Steinberg's Colored Pencil Drawings

  1. Kay has said it. Very beautiful work. I get excited about what coloured pencil can do when I see these pictures. And I too can’t wait to get my copy of Arlene’s new book! Except of course, reality says I must wait.

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