Explore the world of Pan Pastels

PanPastel Colours were developed to allow artists to easily lift, apply and control pastel colour. The pan format makes this easier for the artists. Explore the amazing world of PanPastel and how it can make your experience richer. Pan Pastels – how to pastel without all that annoying dust!

The pan holds the colour like paint for easy application and they are loaded with the highest quality artists’ pigments.

PanPastel Colours are designed for artists through a unique manufacturing process requiring minimal binder and fillers, resulting in a rich, ultra soft and low dust formulation.

Images of blended Pan Pastels in Red, yellow and blue. Pan Pastels - how to pastel without all that annoying dust.
Highly pigmented pans of pure pastel

We have single pans, sets and the amazing Sofft Tools

These professional quality colours are highly pigmented, have excellent lightfastness and are fully erasable. Each pan contains 40%* more material than the average pastel stick. *(Average, based on a survey of leading brands).

PanPastel Colours are compatible with traditional pastel sticks, pastel surfaces, conventional fixatives and other artists’ colours as a result they are truly innovative pastel pans for artists.

PanPastel Colours are genuine artists’ quality pastels, uniquely packed in a pan format; available in a range of 80 colours.

Mix an infinite colour palette to create an exiting image.

Unique Packaging PanPastel packaging protects the colours, keeping them separate and clean. Because of this it makes them them perfect for both studio work and for travelling / plein air work.

Find out why Pan Pastels are innovative pastel pans for artists. Try them to experience that Pan Pastels offer you how to pastel without all that annoying dust. Explore Pan Pastels – designed to make pastel working a dream.

PanPastels offer real benefits to artists through …

  • Quickly block in large areas of colour in seconds, e.g. for backgrounds and underpainting
  • Achieve a more painterly effect in pastels
  • Apply controlled marks – from intense strokes to delicate marks
  • Build up multiple layers while controlling the surface “tooth” fill
  • Apply ultra thin “glazing” layers & veils of colour
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