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We are very fortunate to welcome Philip Koch to Friends School of Baltimore.  Here he is speaking with art students on our first day back from winter break. 
One of my favorite things he shared was how his pastel technique first originated as a prompt he gave his students.  He directed a group of stubborn pupils who would not vary their approach to over-saturated color by instructing them to do an entire drawing in charcoal before adding chalk pastel.  In the posts here, and here you can see how he adopted the technique into his own practices. 
Please visit our gallery’s page to see more of Koch’s work we’ve shared or to plan your visit to our space.

We are very fortunate to welcome Philip Koch to Friends School of Baltimore.  Here he is speaking with art students on our first day back from winter break. 

One of my favorite things he shared was how his pastel technique first originated as a prompt he gave his students.  He directed a group of stubborn pupils who would not vary their approach to over-saturated color by instructing them to do an entire drawing in charcoal before adding chalk pastel.  In the posts here, and here you can see how he adopted the technique into his own practices. 

Please visit our gallery’s page to see more of Koch’s work we’ve shared or to plan your visit to our space.

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