Peggy took her first painting class at age ten and studied architecture at Arizona State University, also studying at three major New England art schools and participating in workshops with noted artists.
A Master Signature Member of Plein Air Painters of New Mexico, a Signature Member of Plein Air Artists Colorado and a member of Rocky Mountain Plein Air Painters, she regularly participates in plein air and art exhibitions across the West. She is represented by Sorrel Sky Galleries in Santa Fe and Durango and Wilder Nightingale Fine Art in Taos.
Immel lives in Taos, New Mexico, with her husband.
Peggy’s Demo Material’s List
- Paints: Gamblin, Rembrandt, Williams, Holbein
- Cool Red – Alizarin Crimson Permanent (transparent) – Gamblin
- Warm Red – Cadmium Red Medium – Rembrandt
- Cool Yellow – Cadmium Lemon – Gamblin
- Warm Yellow – Cadmium Yellow Medium – Rembrandt or Williams
- Cool Blue – Cobalt Blue – Gamblin
- Warm Blue – Ultramarine Blue Deep – Rembrandt
- White – Titanium White – Gamblin
- Yellow Ochre – warm earth yellow – Rembrandt
- **Raw Sienna – cool earth yellow – Rembrandt
- **Transparent Oxide Red – Rembrandt
- Terra Rosa – Holbein
- **Cadmium Orange – Rembrandt
- **Cerulean Blue – Rembrandt
- Portland Grey Medium – Gamblin
- Manganese Violet – Gamblin
- **Sap Green – warm green – Rembrandt
- Medium: Winsor Newton Liquin, Gamblin Galkyd or similar alkyd medium
- Bristle Long Flats – size 4, 6, 8, 10, 12 – I use Silver Grand Prix or Rosemary Chungking Long Flat or Rosemary Classic Long Flat
- Mongoose Long Flats – sizes 0 to 14 depending on painting size– Langnickel Royal Sable or Rosemary Masters Choice Long flats or similar
- 1 Round Sable or synthetic Sable Round – size 4 watercolor round for details – I use inexpensive Princeton or Winsor Newton Sceptre or similar
- 1 Rigger Brush – Sable or synthetic Sable Liner – Size 0 or 1 for details – I use inexpensive Princeton or Winsor Newton Sceptre or similar.
- Palette Knives: #806 CHESON Palette knife or similar