Eric D. Greene
Eric D. Greene

Hey there, fellow artists! Welcome to, your colorful hub for all things oil pastels. My name is Eric, and I’m excited to share my passion for oil pastels art, and to guide you through the techniques, tips, and tricks that can help you with your own oil pastel drawings and paintings.

Quick bio about me,

I’m an artist who was introduced to oil pastels during my time in art school back in 2009. I wasn’t too thrilled at first about using oil pastels, but after our first few assignments, I realized the potential of using oil pastels and fell in love with them!

Oil pastels are versatile, quick to use, and I find them very enjoyable to work with. My personal favorite brand is Sennelier Oil Pastels.

Sennelier Oil Pastels
Sennelier Oil Pastels

Now that I am more established in creating oil pastels art, I often am asked about various oil pastel techniques people can use for their own artwork.

As an experienced oil pastels artist, I’m frequently asked about the different techniques that artists can apply to create their own oil pastels art. While there are some fantastic websites out there that discuss various oil pastel styles and techniques, I noticed a gap for a site focused exclusively on oil pastel techniques. That’s how was born, and I’m hopeful it will become your go-to resource for everything related to oil pastels.

Here, we’ll delve into the world of oil pastel techniques, exploring methods such as blending, scumbling, wet and dry techniques, and different styles like impressionist or realist— you name it! Our mission is to help you unleash your inner oil pastels artist and create stunning art pieces that will captivate your audience.

I realize there are many techniques and tips, and while there are a few good websites out there explaining different oil pastels styles and techniques, I haven’t seen any one site yet that talks about only techniques using oil pastels. I’m hopeful this website can be your go-to resource for everything related to oil pastels.

The Oil Pastel Techniques to be discussed here will include blending, scumbling, both wet and dry techniques, different styles like impressionist or realist – you name it!

If anyone has a suggestion or question or a new method they would like to see discussed, just ask and I will see what I can do to create an article based on that suggestion.

I am available on Facebook at 

Oil Pastels Artist on Facebook

I look forward to creating the absolute best resource on the internet for oil pastel techniques, tips, and tricks.

A good place to get started is to check out either of the following popular articles:

Beginners Guide to Oil Pastels
Oil Pastels Brands Comparison
Best Paper for Oil Pastels

Or, head to the Oil Pastels Store I set up featuring useful art supplies that every oil pastels artists should consider having.

Happy oil pasteling! 🙂

With best regards! Eric