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Elements of Landscape Painting

March 23 - March 25

A painting begins with an idea which generates a visual point of view. This 3-day workshop will use field studies, photographs and sketches to develop studio landscape paintings. Reference materials will be provided but students are encouraged to bring their own. Topics covered will include subject choice, composition, values, color [...]

Painting and Mixed Media

March 24 - March 25

BJ Briner’s paintings in oil on paper reflect the bold lines, soft hues and pastoral settings of the natural elements she sees each day. BJ seeks curious students who are willing to push their energy into form, style, mannerisms, techniques, and investigations. There will be a cross-pollination of painting and [...]

Capturing the Florida Coast in Apalachicola

March 26 - March 30

A Plein Air Workshop with Morgan Samuel Price, on location in Apalachicola, Florida. Each day is at a different venue. The topics covered in the class are: Aerial Perspective, Design, Color & Color Mixing, Techniques for Successful Paintings, Drawing, Color Value, Intensity & Temperature, and how to develop a vocabulary [...]

Individual Mentoring with Kim Casebeer

March 26
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An event every week that begins at 12:00am on Monday, repeating indefinitely

Welcome to my mentoring program for landscape painters.  These classes are set up as weekly, in-depth lessons that will make you a better painter by breaking down the process into smaller steps.  Instead of throwing everything at you at once because we only have 3 or 5 days, we focus each [...]

Julie Houck | Seeing Light, Color & Value

April 9 @ 8:00 am - April 12 @ 5:00 pm

Hue, value and chroma are the three elements we work with in creating accurate and harmonious color. Understanding how these elements relate and how to create strong color, light and value relationships in painting challenges us to hone our skills of observation as well as our depth and understanding of [...]

Wekiva Island Plein Air Workshop

April 12 - April 14

Paint with Morgan Samuel Price on Wekiva Island in Longwood, Florida, and enjoy three days on the Wekiva River and Wekiwa State Park which adjoins this lovely spot of serenity! You will be on location each day with easy access to the river and the bird life on the river. All levels [...]

The Art of Seeing – Making a Painting Work

April 20 - April 22

Workshop with Ned Mueller. "A good painting tells as much about the artist as the painting itself. Mueller will talk about the whole process of putting a painting together; from the first concept, to small idea and value composition studies, the use of a color study and on to the [...]

Paul Kratter | Sketch to Finish

April 23 - April 25

This class will stress composition and design starting with the thumbnail sketch. Paul will break down the sketch process so you can better design your paintings, before you ever get out your paints. Demonstrations will start each class with a thorough breakdown of the process. He will stress good drawing [...]

Pine Needle Basketry

April 28 - April 29

Pine needle basket weaving conveys a sense of respect for the natural world and honors the skills of the ancient artists, who created artistry in a useful form. By passing on knowledge and expertise to others, with a modern interpretation, Mimi Bonhowske hopes that one of the oldest art forms [...]

Bronze Patina with Patrick Kipper

May 3 @ 9:00 am - May 5 @ 4:00 pm

Join Patrick Kipper for his final studio workshop in Loveland, Colorado, in early May 2018. He welcomes fellow patineurs, sculptors, gallery personnel and museum curators who want to better understand the art of bronze patination as well as receive more information about expanding and enriching patina palettes. Class size limited [...]

Architecture in Landscape

May 4 - May 6

Painting the Character of Buildings “It’s always a process…I’m always wanting to explore…wanting more expression.” –Stephanie Hartshorn Stephanie Hartshorn, having practiced architecture, continues to engage structures as an art form. Learn to enjoy the experience of weaving an image together, staying open to the direction an idea may take, using the [...]

Paint Italy with Anne Kullaf

May 5 - May 11

A watercolor sketch can say so much with a few properly placed strokes in just the right color and value. In this workshop, we will concentrate on identifying and capturing the essential elements of the places we visit–the things that evoke the unique feelings we experience during our travels that [...]

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