Paint on location with Morgan Samuel Price near near the romantic City of Dahlonega, Georgia, the home of the first Gold Rush set in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Visit farms on the river, waterfalls, a quaint village and stay in a forested home right in the mountains. Great studio. Awesome locations.
Plan for an 8-hour workdays. Every morning there is a lecture/demonstration. The demonstration painting is completed on location each day. Everyone breaks for lunch. Artists select their location for their 3 to 4 hours of painting. Group critique is generally on location.
From one of Morgan’s students:
“Along with being a great painter, Morgan is very articulate and thoughtful in all her painting. There are many great painters, few of whom can also teach–Morgan is one of them. She sticks to basics–values, values, values. and design. Without a genuine understanding of these two concepts, painting a successful picture is impossible. She practices what she preaches–from her initial drawing she is constantly evaluating the design and correcting the values of a painting. She is attentive to each individual student, always patient and generous in her advice. She helps you from start to finish–whether it’s battling the challenges of plein air painting or struggling with a design, she has the answer. Morgan’s teaching method is straightforward and will give you a map to follow. She’s one of the best plein air teachers I’ve ever had–a true professional teacher and painter.” – Lynngrow
General Workshop Information:
The tuition includes the workshop only. Each artist must bring their own equipment and art supplies. A supply list is on the website. The studio will gladly email a copy of the art supply list to you. Morgan’s contact information is listed below.
Any workshop without people enrolled will be cancelled 8 weeks prior to the workshop date. If you are wanting to enroll in a workshop please do so 8 weeks prior to the start date or risk the workshop being cancelled. All workshops with participants will be held regardless of number of participants.