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Hello

Artists!

We are happy to announce the 12th Annual Art of the Carolinas! The show will be here in

November, 2012. This year the dates are Friday, Saturday and Sunday, November 9, 10 and 11, 2012. Friday and Saturday the trade show hours are 9:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. and Sunday’s hours are 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. The artist workshops begin on Thursday, November 8th and run through Sunday, November 11th. Once again the Hilton North Raleigh/Midtown will be “home” for four days of creativity! Be sure to make your hotel reservations as soon as possible, so you can ensure your accommodations for this artful event. We have searched the world over to bring you the best art supplies at the best prices possible! Get ready for another invasion of trucks with skids and skids of all sorts of art supplies for your innovative endeavors! Jerry’s Artarama is proud to present this amazing show to you, our fabulous customers. It is because of you that we work so hard not only for this trade show, but throughout the year, offering great products, great service and great prices. This show is a wonderful opportunity to stock up for the year for yourself and also for your students. Workshops! Wholesale Pricing! New Products! New Techniques! Free Product Demonstrations! What more could an artist want? Workshops: The workshops offered at Art of the Carolinas are presented by professional artists from all over the country. They show you tips and techniques and share the way they approach and complete a painting. All workshops are hands on, very informative and loads of fun! Lots of instructors and educators join us as students to learn something new to take back to their studios, classrooms and higher learning facilities. Preregister on our website: www.ArtoftheCarolinas.com. Wholesale Pricing: Crazy rock bottom prices! New Products: Our vendors bring in their new products to present for the first time, their best sellers, as well as any close-out items they may have. All are offered to you at the absolute best price possible. Bring your trucks, vans and U-Hauls and stock up! New Techniques: We are constantly searching for the best of the best in instruction for your art making pleasure! Check out the outstanding selection of artists and workshops we have set up for you this year. You’ll definitely find something that will satisfy your artful cravings! Free Product Demonstrations: Art of the Carolinas offers attendees a great opportunity to “try before you buy”. This is just our way of standing behind our products that we sell. We know once you use them, youíll be totally satisfied! That is our guarantee. You will find demonstrations available in just about every booth – so please come by, ask questions, learn something new! Feel free to contact me if you have any questions. I will be happy to help you! See you at the show! 800.827.8478 x.156

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Workshops At-A-Glance Thursday November 8th CODE

WORKSHOP

TIME

INSTRUCTOR(S)

COST

TH1201 Light and Atmosphere in Landscape Painting

9am-4pm James Sulkowski

Oil

$230

TH1202 Acrylic Options for Oil Painters

9am-4pm Phil Garrett

Acrylic

$230

Oil

$115

TH1203 Capturing the Magic of Light in Your Paintings

9am-12pm Dan Nelson

TH1204 Empower Color in Your Paintings

9am-4pm Caroline Jasper

Oil

$246

TH1205 Free to Paint Acrylic Abstracts!

9am-4pm Linda Kemp

Acrylic

$246

TH1206 Texture & Mixed Media with Acrylics *AT RETAIL STORE * 9am-4pm Michele Theberge

Acrylic

$230

TH1207 Abstracting Representational Work

9am-4pm Bob Rankin

Acrylic

$230

TH1208 Drawing the Portrait From Life

9am-4pm Paul McCormack

Pencil

$230

TH1209 Oil Painting Without Drawing - Portrait

9am-4pm Dominic Vignola

Oil

$230

Watercolor

$115

TH1210 Watercolor Abstracts, Unleashing your Creative Mind

9am-12pm Sterling Edwards

TH1211 Texture is Hot and that’s why Acrylic is Cool!

9am-4pm Kathie George

Acrylic

$230

TH1212 Master Class, Develop and Push the Boundaries of Ideas

9am-4pm Patti Brady

Acrylic

$230

TH1213 Loose Contemporary Figure Painting

9am-4pm Bob Burridge

Acrylic

$246

TH1214 Abstracting the Human Figure in Your Paintings

1pm-4pm Dan Nelson

Oil or Acrylic

$115

TH1215 Painting Colorful and Stylized Watercolor Landscapes

1pm-4pm Sterling Edwards

Watercolor

$115

TH1216 Pastel Painting…Simplify Your Pastels Using the Correct

5pm-8pm Dick Ensing

Pastel

$115

TH1217 Block Printing with Mixed Media

5pm-8pm Camille LaPointe-Lyons Mixed Media $115

TH1218 Paint a Vibrant Magnolia Blossom

5pm-8pm Rocky Alexander

Watercolor

$115

TH1219 Capturing the Essence of Water – Lake Reflections

5pm-8pm Kimberlee Maselli

Acrylic or Oil

$115

TH1220 Feathers and Fur in Pastel

5pm-8pm Brenda Mattson

Pastel

$115

TH1221 Sunrays Filtering Through the Forest *AT RETAIL STORE * 5pm-8pm Tom Jones

Watercolor

$115

TH1222 The Secrets of Mastering Color!

5pm-8pm Karen Vernon

Watercolor

$115

TH1223 Turning Your Sketchbook into Art

5pm-8pm Suzanne McNeill

Mixed Media

$115

TH1224 Luminous Landscapes in Acrylics

5pm-8pm Ken Muenzenmayer Acrylic

$115

TH1225 Painting the Effects of Reflected Light

5pm-8pm Judy Crane

Oil

$115

TH1226 Encaustic and Paper

5pm-8pm Cynthia Winika

Encaustic

$115

TH1227 Creativity Breakout - The Magical Experience of Color

5pm-8pm Bill Buchman

Mixed Media

$115

5pm-7pm Pierre Guidetti

Lecture

TH1228

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Workshops At-A-Glance Friday November 9th CODE

WORKSHOP

TIME

INSTRUCTOR(S)

MEDIUM

COST

FR1201 Floral Painting: Simplifying the Complex

9am-4pm James Sulkowski

Oil

$230

FR1202 Paint Award Winning Boats in Watercolor

9am-4pm Judi Betts

Watercolor

$230

FR1203 Knife Painting in Oil: Keeping it Simple

9am-12pm Sean Dye

Oil

$131

FR1204 Drawing Dynamics for Painters

9am-12pm Caroline Jasper

Pencil

$125

FR1205 Late Day Color - Nightscape

9am-12pm Linda Kemp

Acrylic

$130

FR1206 Painting a Mountain Sunrise * AT RETAIL STORE * 9am-12pm Tom Jones

Watercolor

$115

FR1207 Mixed Media Abstracts on Paper

Mixed Media

$115

9am-12pm Joseph DiGiulio

FR1208 Painting the Portrait from Life in Watercolor

9am-4pm Paul McCormack

Watercolor

$230

FR1209 Oil Painting Without Drawing - Figurative

9am-4pm Dominic Vignola

Oil

$230

Watercolor

$115

Acrylic

$230

9am-12pm Bill Buchman

Aqua Media

$115

9am-12pm Bob Burridge

Acrylic

$128 $128

FR1210 Easing into Abstract with Watercolor

9am-12pm Sterling Edwards

FR1211 Gimme, Gimme…Color & Texture FR1212

9am-4pm Kathie George

Have an Awesome “Zen” Experience with Sumi Brushes, Bamboo Pens and other Unique Materials

FR1213 Start Abstract Painting Today! FR1214 Dust Free Pastel Painting!!!!

1pm-4pm Sean Dye

Oil Pastels

FR1215 Water-Soluble Oils on Color Ground

1pm-4pm Caroline Jasper

Water-Soluble Oils $131

FR1216 Golden Koi and Pebbles - Watercolor

1pm-4pm Linda Kemp

Watercolor

$130

FR1217 Luscious Color! Watercolor Techniques with Acrylics

1pm-4pm Michele Theberge

Acrylic

$115

FR1218 Aqua Media Abstract Landscapes

1pm-4pm Joseph DiGiulio

Aquamedia

$115

FR1219 Painting an Artistic Floral in Watercolor

1pm-4pm Sterling Edwards

Watercolor

$115

1pm-4pm Bill Buchman

Mixed Media

$115

FR1221 Contemporary Collage Painting

1pm-4pm Bob Burridge

Acrylic

$128

FR1222 Using Water-mixable Oils in a Watercolor Manner

5pm-8pm Dick Ensing

Water-mixable Oil $115

FR1223 Elements of a Seascape – The Ocean in Pastel

5pm-8pm Diana Coidan

Pastel

$115

FR1224 Unlocking the Secrets to Capturing a Likeness

5pm-8pm Dan Nelson

Drawing

$115

FR1225 Capturing the Essence of Water - Seascape

5pm-8pm Kimberlee Maselli

Acrylic or Oil

$115

FR1226 Painting in Oil – The NC Marsh

5pm-8pm Brenda Mattson

Oil

$115

FR1227 Painting Mountain Mist & Clouds *AT RETAIL STORE* 5pm-8pm Tom Jones

Watercolor

$115

FR1228 Totally Textures Super Class!

5pm-8pm Karen Vernon

Watercolor

$115

FR1229 Sketchbooks - from Boring to Fabulous

5pm-8pm Suzanne McNeill

Mixed Media

$115

Screen Printing

$230

FR1220

FR1230

Make a Cool Contemporary Piece with Awesome Mixed Media

Introduction to Water-based Screen Printing: Friday 5pm-8pm Michael Kirk From Art to Print Saturday 9am-12pm

FR1231 Paint Water and Reflections That Look Wet and Real

5pm-8pm Phil Garrett

Oil

$115

FR1232 Encaustic and Image Transfers

5pm-8pm Cynthia Winika

Encaustic

$115

FR1233 How to Master Values: The Key to Great Painting

5pm-8pm Mike Rooney

Acrylic or Oil

$115

FR1234 Botanical Illustrations

5pm-8pm

Drawing & Watercolor

$115

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Workshops At-A-Glance Saturday November 10th CODE

WORKSHOP

TIME

MEDIUM

COST

SA1201 Painting with the Rembrandt Palette in Creating a Class 9am-4pm James Sulkowski

Oil

$230

SA1202 Southern Architecture and Foliage in Watercolor

Watercolor

$230

9am-4pm Judi Betts

SA1203 Water-Soluble Oils Intro

9am-12pm Sean Dye

Water-Soluble Oils $131

SA1204 Landscape on Red Ground

9am-12pm Caroline Jasper

Acrylic

$131

SA1205 Nature’s Patterns Vignettes - Watercolor

9am-12pm Linda Kemp

Watercolor

$129

Watercolor

$230

Acrylic

$115

Oil

$230

SA1209 Painting Watercolors with Big Brushes for a Bold Look 9am-12pm Sterling Edwards

Watercolor

$115

SA1210 Wax and Watercolor – an Interesting Mix!

Watercolor Batik

$230

SA1206

Children’s Portraits in Watercolor

* AT

9am-4pm Suzanna Winton

RE TAIL STORE *

SA1207 The Abstract Expressionist Mind: The Square

9am-12pm Joseph DiGiulio

SA1208 Painting the Portrait From Life - Oil

9am-4pm Paul McCormack

9am-4pm Kathie George

Beginning Expressive Figure Drawing with Sumi Brushes and Reed Pens

9am-12pm Bill Buchman

Mixed Media

$115

SA1212 Abstract Florals from Loose, Colorful Splatters

9am-12pm Bob Burridge

Acrylic

$128

SA1211

SA1213 Cityscapes: Painting the Urban Scene

1pm-4pm Sean Dye

Oil

$131

SA1214 New Ways – Painting Water

1pm-4pm Caroline Jasper

Acrylic

$131

SA1215 Yupo Embrace the Challenge…A Watercolor Sampler

1pm-4pm Carol Ann Sherman Watercolor on Yupo $115

SA1216 Paint Windows on an Italian Storefront

1pm-4pm Karlyn Holman

Watercolor

SA1217 Waves and Waterfalls

1pm-8pm David Dunlop

Oil, W/C or Acrylic $230

SA1218 Watercolor Abstracts, Unleashing your Creative Mind

1pm-4pm Sterling Edwards

Watercolor

$115

1pm-4pm Bill Buchman

Mixed Media

$115

1pm-4pm Bob Burridge

Acrylic

$128

5pm-8pm Dick Ensing

Oil

$115

SA1222 Paint a Bright Bowl of Fruit in Watercolor

5pm-8pm Rocky Alexander

Watercolor

$115

SA1223 Painting a Pastel North Carolina Sunrise

5pm-8pm Brenda Mattson

Pastel

$115

SA1224 Visual Journals: Symbols, Icons, and Archetypes

5pm-8pm Scott/Modler

Journaling

$115

SA1225 Yupo Figurative

5pm-8pm Carol Ann Sherman Watercolor on Yupo $115

SA1219

Beginning Expressive Figure Drawing with New Media and New Methods

SA1220 Loose and Juicy Landscapes SA1221

Bring Life to Your Oil Painting Using Complementary Colors

$115

SA1226 Painting a Mountain Waterfall * AT RETAIL STORE * 5pm-8pm Tom Jones

Watercolor

$115

SA1227 Master Dynamic Watercolor Florals that Glow!

5pm-8pm Karen Vernon

Watercolor

$115

SA1228 Silk Scarves – Dyeing with Sharpie Markers

5pm-8pm Suzanne McNeill

Silk Dyeing

$115

5pm-8pm Judy Crane

Oil

$115

SA1230 Encaustic and Pigment Sticks

5pm-8pm Cynthia Winika

Encaustic

$115

SA1231 How to Simplify Complex Scenes

5pm-8pm Mike Rooney

Oil or Acrylic

$115

SA1232 Semi-abstract Grapes

5pm-8pm Karlyn Holman

Acrylic

$115

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Workshops At-A-Glance Sunday November 11th CODE

WORKSHOP

TIME

INSTRUCTOR(S)

MEDIUM

COST

SU1201 Capturing a Likeness in Portrait Painting

9am-4pm James Sulkowski

Oil

$230

SU1202 Painting Animals in Watercolor

9am-4pm Judi Betts

Watercolor

$230

SU1203 Big Beautiful Skies: Painting with the Knife

9am-12pm Sean Dye

Water-Soluble Oil $131

SU1204 Visual Journals: Transitional Spaces

9am-12pm Scott/Modler

Journaling

$115

SU1205 Heat Up that Yupo!

9am-12pm Carol Ann Sherman Watercolor

$115

SU1206

Soulful Character Paintings in Watercolor

Watercolor

$230

SU1207 Combine Acrylic Lines & Watercolor for Exciting Texture 9am-4pm Karlyn Holman

W/C with Acrylic

$230

SU1208 Leap from the Norm – PASTELS on Canvas!

Pastel

$115

* AT

9am-4pm Suzanna Winton

RE TAIL S TORE *

9am-12pm Diana Coidan

SU1209 Sunrise Sunset

9am-4pm David Dunlop

SU1210 Color and Light in Acrylics

Oil, W/C or Acrylic $230

9am-12pm Ken Muenzenmayer Acrylic

$115

SU1211 Unlocking the Six Secrets of Great Landscape Painting

9am-4pm Dan Nelson

Oil, Acrylic or Pastel $230

SU1212 The Cape Cod Underpainting Method

9am-4pm Mike Rooney

Oil or Acrylic

$230

9am-12pm Bob Burridge

Acrylic

$128

SU1214 Print into Painting

1pm-4pm Phil Garrett

Acrylic

$115

SU1215 Color Confidence!

1pm-4pm Kimberlee Maselli

Acrylic or Oil

$115

SU1216 Fun Portraits on Yupo

1pm-4pm Carol Ann Sherman Watermedia on Yupo $115

SU1217 Seductive Encaustic Techniques with Acrylic

1pm-4pm Patti Brady

Acrylic

$115

SU1218 Skies and Water in Acrylics

1pm-4pm Ken Muenzenmayer Acrylic

$115

SU1219 Make More $$ - the 10 Must-Do’s to Sell your Paintings 1pm-4pm Bob & Kate Burridge Lecture

$115

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Workshop Descriptions Thursday November 8th

TH1201 Light & Atmosphere in Landscape Painting

* For a complete list of provided materials and/or the supplies you’ll need to bring, go to: www.artofthecarolinas.com.

9am-4pm

Instructor: James Sulkowski Medium: Oil Skill level: All

$230

This workshop focuses on two of the most important elements in landscape painting. Learn the principles of painting light as it moves through atmosphere and space. Color and value progressions, skies, water, clouds and more will be taught and demonstrated. These are the qualities found in the works of the great Hudson River School Masters. This workshop sold out early last year so sign up now! Limited to 12 students.*

TH1202 Acrylic Options for Oil Painters

9am-4pm

Instructor: Phil Garrett Medium: Acrylic Skill level: All Sponsored by: Golden Artist Colors

$230

This workshop will cover how to get oil-like effects using acrylic paints mediums and gels including the new OPEN paints. These paints have an extended working time that can give painters much more control of blending and overall manipulation to achieve wonderful controlled effects. They can also be used in combination with existing heavy body and fluid acrylics and their mediums, gels and additives. This gives painters a truly comprehensive system of paints.*

TH1203 Capturing the Magic of Light in Your Paintings

9am-12pm $115

The single most important aspect of representational painting is “Play of Light”. Learn how to keep this critical element front and center from your very first stroke to the last one you put down. Painting in transparent and translucent layers will unlock the secret the old masters knew – the secret that made their paintings glow!*

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Instructor: Caroline Jasper $230 + $16 kit fee = $246 Medium: Oil Skill level: Beginner - Intermediate – Advanced Sponsored by: HK Holbein SO MUCH in one day! Learn what all artists need to know about color. Colorist Caroline Jasper, author of the book “Powercolor–Master Color Concepts for All Media”, will take you way beyond basics! The more you know about color, the more powerful your use of it. Say “goodbye” to muddy color forever!*

TH1205 Free to Paint Acrylic Abstracts

9am-4pm

Instructor: Linda Kemp $230 + $16 kit fee = $246 Medium: Acrylic Skill level: All Sponsored by: HK Holbein Charge in with confidence and bold brushwork using simplified color and design concepts to create harmonious and cohesive abstract paintings. You will discover how to turn basic shapes into personal imagery as you build overlapping forms with sumptuous acrylic. Learn first-hand when to dive in with opaques or transparent pigments and which paints work best for glazing. *

TH1206 Texture and Mixed Media with Acrylics

Instructor: Dan Nelson Medium: Oil Skill level: Beginner - Intermediate Sponsored by: Charvin, Lukas

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TH1204 Empower Color in Your Paintings

Instructor: Michele Theberge Medium: Acrylics Skill level: All Sponsored by: Liquitex

9am-4pm $230

* AT RETAIL STORE * Add the expressive power of texture to your painter’s palette. Discover the many gorgeous, interesting appearances acrylics can take. They can be rough like sand paper or built up smooth and glossy with infinite depth. You can create a variety of matte surfaces – creamy, smooth and stiff or subtly textured, flecked with black. Glass beads gel shimmers and reflect light. *

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TH1207 Abstracting Representational 9am-4pm Work

TH1210 Watercolor Abstracts, 9am-12pm Unleashing your Creative Mind

Instructor: Bob Rankin Medium: Acrylic Skill level: All Sponsored by: Matisse, Liquitex

Instructor: Sterling Edwards Medium: Watercolor Skill level: All

$230

By using the magic of acrylics, artists will learn how to take representational art and abstract it step by step. New and traditional paint and mediums will be introduced to create exciting works of art!*

$115

This workshop is for the artist who wants to make a bold statement in the art world. It doesn’t matter if you’re a beginner or an experienced painter, you’ll find this workshop fun, inspiring, and packed full of useful tips for creating an abstract painting. Sterling Edwards is well known internationally for his abstract watercolor and acrylic paintings. Spend three hours with him as he discusses and demonstrates his approach to designing an abstract and then shows a multitude of watercolor techniques resulting in a finished painting that is contemplative and unique.*

TH1208 Drawing the Portrait from Life 9am-4pm Instructor: Paul McCormack Medium: Pencil Skill level: Intermediate Sponsored by: Winsor & Newton

$230

Here is your opportunity to learn the primary foundation for all portrait work. Working from a live model, renowned portrait artist Paul McCormack will demonstrate and lecture on the principles and guidelines needed to achieve a likeness. With the inclusion of techniques in pencil and powdered graphite you will learn how to acquire correct proportions and to render features in a realistic fashion. This is a great precursor to Mr. McCormack’s watercolor portrait workshop.*

TH1211 Texture is Hot and that’s why Acrylic is Cool!

9am-4pm

Instructor: Kathie George $230 Medium: Acrylic Skill level: All Sponsored by: Golden, Winsor & Newton and Jerry’s Artarama Begin the day by learning to build a beautiful surface. Enjoy experimenting with various ways to make texture and use them to develop your surface into a fabulous background. With acrylic there are really no mistakes, just a lot of fun as you discover that this is indeed the most forgiving, adaptable medium.*

TH1209 Oil Painting without Drawing – Portrait

9am-4pm

Instructor: Dominic Vignola Medium: Oil Skill level: All Sponsored by: Jack Richeson, Jerry’s Artarama

$230

Beginning to advanced students will learn how to use a unique nondrawing approach to painting a portrait. These techniques are believed to be those used by great tonal portraitists such as Velazquez, Sargent, and Rembrandt. An easy to learn color system allows ANYONE to analyze and mix ANY fleshtone. Prior experience or drawing ability is not necessary. Getting a likeness can be achieved by LEARNING TO SEE TONAL VALUES in their accurate shapes and placement.*

TH1212 Master Class, Develop and 9am-4pm Push the Boundaries of Ideas Instructor: Patti Brady Medium: Acrylic Skill level: All Sponsored by: Golden Artist Colors

$230

This day long workshop is for artists who are ready to challenge their current work, and mine ideas and materials for new ways to work. The day will consist of brainstorming, exercises, and plenty of hands on use of a wide range of acrylic products. Each artist will work with their current body of work, as a jumping off point. We will work with the idea of creating a series of works that revolve around ideas, color and materials. Come with printed images of your current work, an open mind and be willing to share. (No critiques!!)*

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Workshop Descriptions Thursday November 8th

TH1213 Loose Contemporary Figure Painting

* For a complete list of provided materials and/or the supplies you’ll need to bring, go to: www.artofthecarolinas.com.

9am-4pm

TH1216 Pastel Painting—Simplify 5pm-8pm Your Pastels Using the Correct Paper and Board

Instructor: Bob Burridge $230 + $16 kit fee = $246 Medium: Acrylic Skill level: All Sponsored by: HK Holbein

Instructor: Dick Ensing Medium: Pastel Skill level: All Sponsored by: Canson

Drawing and painting the contemporary figure. If you ever wanted to learn how to paint the freestyle abstract figure, this workshop is for you. Variety of poses, lots of paint sketching and gestural painting. Be prepared to paint looser, bolder, freer, lighter and more intuitively. Your “drawing skills” are not a prerequisite. This class is fun for everyone! All levels.*

One of the keys to painting exciting pastels is your paper! The paper represents your middle value of your subject. Dick will teach you the basic Ten-Step Approach for a successful pastel painting. Learn to use pastels in a variety of ways. The other key is beautiful colors!*

TH1214 Abstracting the Human Figure in Your Paintings

1pm-4pm

TH1217 Block Printing with Mixed Media

Instructor: Camille LaPointe-Lyons Instructor: Dan Nelson $115 Medium: Mixed Media Skill level: All Medium: Oil or Acrylics Skill level: Beginner - Intermediate Sponsored by: Savoir Faire Sponsored by: Charvin/Lukas Melding believable figures into your painting – without violating the loose, painterly aspect of the whole – is the key skill for adding those illusive “psychological focal points” to your scenic paintings. Learn how to: Render figures in correct proportion, Render figures in perspective, Capture figures in motion, Keep from saying too much, Light up your people.*

TH1215 Painting Colorful and Stylized 1pm-4pm Watercolor Landscapes Instructor: Sterling Edwards Medium: Watercolor Skill level: All Sponsored by: Jerry’s Artarama

$115

This workshop will help you learn to make bold statements with shapes and colors resulting in a painting that stands apart from the crowd. If you are tired of your paintings looking like more of the same ol’ same ol’ then you are ready for this workshop. Sterling will explain and demonstrate a multitude of watercolor techniques as he does a complete painting that has movement, bold values, a balance of positive and negative shapes, and expressive colors.*

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5pm-8pm $115

Push your imagination in this fun workshop. Camille will show you how to quickly carve your own designs on an easy cut block. You will be printing many small artworks with new vibrant inks by Charbonnel that clean with soap and water!*

TH1218 Paint a Vibrant Magnolia Blossom Instructor: Rocky Alexander Medium: Watercolor Skill level: All Sponsored by: Jack Richeson & Company

5pm-8pm $115

This oil painting course teaches students basic skills and techniques in oil painting on hardboard using photographs. The primary goals are to learn to judge proportion and to depict those observations in oil that demonstrate an understanding of depth, form and space. Verbal skills are developed through critique and class discussion. All materials are provided by Jack Richeson Co. Inc.*

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TH1219 Capturing the Essence of Water– 5pm-8pm

Lake Reflections Instructor: Kimberlee Maselli $115 Medium: Acrylic or Oil Skill level: Beginner to Intermediate Sponsored by: Lukas, Charvin Whether it’s a rushing stream with tumbling water cascading over rocks, a tranquil lake, or ocean waves gently lapping against the shore – water is music to our ears and brings beauty to our world. In this workshop you’ll create a colorful lakeside scene, complete with trees and reflections, as you learn about creating interesting shapes and designing the composition. You’ll have plenty of guidance and support as you create a lakeshore scene with your own unique style and flair!*

TH1220 Feathers and Fur in Pastel

5pm-8pm

Instructor: Brenda Mattson Medium: Pastel Skill level: All Sponsored by: Jack Richeson & Company

$115

Bring your favorite animal or bird photo and let Brenda share with you the pastel painting techniques that will bring your favorite creatures to life on Jack Richeson’s sanded surface. We will paint with Unison and Richeson’s three different types of pastel using an alcohol andpastel under wash with pastel on top. The workshop is suitable for people who have never painted before or more advanced artists.*

TH1221 Sunrays Filtering Through the Forest

5pm-8pm

Instructor: Tom Jones Medium: Watercolor Skill level: All Sponsored by: Canson * AT RETAIL STORE *

$115

Have you ever taken a morning walk through the forest and seen the sunrays filtering through the trees and wished you knew how to create that in one of you paintings? Come and spend time with American landscape painter Tom Jones and let him teach you the simple approach on how to add action to your painting with beautiful sunrays.*

TH1222 The Secrets of Mastering Color! Instructor: Karen Vernon Medium: Watercolor Skill level: All Sponsored by: Ampersand, HK Holbein

5pm-8pm $115

Learn how to always create clear, intense color with watercolor. No longer do you have to struggle with how to lighten and darken colors, or even with how to brighten or dull colors. In this hands-on workshop, Karen Vernon will share awesome painting techniques that will allow you to take control of your palette. If you have a painting with color problems, bring it in! All supplies will be furnished.

TH1223 Turning Your Sketchbook into Art Instructor: Suzanne McNeill Medium: Mixed Media Skill level: All Sponsored by: Fox Chapel Publishing

5pm-8pm $115

Want to add personal meaning and energy to your Art? THIS is the class for you! Never ending inspiration lies right at your fingertips. Explore ideas and concepts for turning your personal sketchbook pages into Art. Use your sketchbook (or borrow pages from my sketchbook) to create a richly colored painting. We'll explore 6 ways to use quick sketches for inspiration and experimentation. We are all drawn to favorite subjects, colors, marks, words, images, shapes and themes for inspiration and reflection. *

TH1224 Luminous Landscapes in Acrylics Instructor: Ken Muenzenmayer Medium: Acrylic Skill level: All Sponsored by: Ampersand, Golden

5pm-8pm $115

Learn to simplify subject matters in bold compositions using strong light and luminous color in Ken Muenzenmayer’s unique style of layering colors with glazes and drybrush. This luminosity captures not only the beauty of a landscape, but the spirit of the place as well. All supplies provided.

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Workshop Descriptions Thursday November 8th

TH1225 Painting the Effects of Reflected Light

* For a complete list of provided materials and/or the supplies you’ll need to bring, go to: www.artofthecarolinas.com.

5pm-8pm

TH1227 Creativity Breakout – 5pm-8pm The Magical Experience of Color

Instructor: Judy Crane $115 Medium: Oil Skill level: All Sponsored by: Winsor & Newton, Fredrix Canvas

Instructor: Bill Buchman Medium: Mixed Media Skill level: All Sponsored by: Savoir Faire

Painting reflected light and color can make even the simplest subject matter both interesting and unique. This class will take the still life to a new level, by learning to see and paint the glowing effects of reflected light. Learn to use the palette knife in combination with brushwork for exciting results. Reflected light and color can be seen in many subjects, but is easily seen and understood when using brightly colored objects.*

“Color Breakout: The Magical Experience of Color.”One of the most valuable and exciting aspects of learning to make art is how to understand and use color. There are so many theories and so much information on this subject that it can be overwhelming. Bill has developed a simplified system to get rid of the confusion and enable to you have confidence in your color choices. In this class you will learn, in an enjoyable fashion, why colors behave the way they do and you will experience and understand color as never before. You will learn: how color mixing really works; ways of combining colors and making color schemes that work every time, how to create your own flesh tones & beautiful in-between neutrals and how to use colors to create depth and drama. Based on what you have learned you will design your own color scheme and do an exciting work in a modern free approach on paper. Students, artists and teachers of all skill levels will find this class highly informative, useful and fun, too. Materials provided.*

TH1226 Encaustic and Paper

Instructor: Cynthia Winika Medium: Encaustics Skill level: All Sponsored by: R&F Encaustic

$115

5pm-8pm $115

Encaustic can be a great medium for artists who create works on paper, whether they be prints, drawings, photographs or collages. A natural preservative, beeswax is a terrific integrator that can be used to both adhere and protect your paper inclusions. This workshop will give participants a thorough intro to working with hot wax, and then we will explore a wide variety of paper types and weights, introducing students to a full range of ways to work with encaustic and paper, from the most simple to more complex approaches. *

TH1228 The Role of Art Supplies in 5pm-7pm the Evolution of Art from 19th Century Paris to the Present Day Instructor: Pierre Guidetti Medium: Lecture Skill level: All Sponsored by: Savoir-Faire

$35

Pierre Guidetti – Co-owner, CEO and founder of Savoir Faire, art supply specialist for 30 years, he has worked with some of the most famous contemporary artists in the world. Pierre has been invited to be a part of many panel discussions as well as lectured at: the National Gallery, Art Institute of Chicago, Pennsylvania Art Academy, New York Art Student League, San Francisco Art Institute, Scottsdale School of Art, UCLA, and SCAD. He has contributed to books and articles on art techniques and materials. Most recently, he has been the driving force behind a new book on the history of Sennelier, to be released during the Summer of 2012.

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Workshop Descriptions Friday November 9th

FR1201 Floral Painting: Simplifying the Complex Instructor: James Sulkowski Medium: Oil Skill level: All

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9am-4pm $230

James Sulkowski will break down and simplify a floral composition as well as the construction of various flowers including the difficult rose. Movement, color, form and creating a center of interest will also be demonstrated and discussed. Sign up early! This class is limited to 12 students for one on one instruction!*

FR1202 Paint Award Winning

$230

Paint with Judi Betts as she invites you to join her for a “paint-along” – the subject for the day is boats. You may bring your own photos or sketches to class. Judi will demonstrate running a graded wash, adding additional design elements, emphasize VALUES and color-chords. You will learn to paint reflections, light-bounce and water movement.*

FR1203 Knife Painting in Oil: Keeping it Simple

Knife Painting is not as complicated as it seems. Sean will help you learn some great basic techniques for successful knife painting. Wake up your oil paintings now! Sean’s oil paintings have been exhibited throughout North America and published worldwide and were included in his books Painting with Water-Soluble Oils and The MixedMedia Sourcebook as well as others. Knife painting is the most direct way to apply paint to canvas. Participants will learn Sean’s knife painting dos and don’ts.

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Instructor: Caroline Jasper $115 + $10 kit fee = $125 Medium: Pencil Skill level: Beginner - Intermediate – Advanced Sponsored by: HK Holbein Better drawing leads to better paintings. No amount of painting virtuosity can make up for a weak drawing beneath the paint. Drawings in prep for painting rely on specific abilities. Learn ways to advance drawing skills whether working from life or photos. Enlighten your direct observation powers for greater accuracy. Essential strategies will advance you from mechanical methods to more confident natural drawing. All materials provided. Bring favorite photos.

FR1205 Late Day Color - Nightscape

9am-12pm

Instructor: Linda Kemp $115 + $15 kit fee = $130 Medium: Acrylic Skill level: All Sponsored by: HK Holbein Dare to be dramatic! Luminous tints shimmer against velvety rich, deep hues as you capture the last fleeting moments of glowing color as the sun slips below the horizon. You will learn how to create the magic of a sunset flickering through the trees of the darkening landscape with both bold and subtle transitions of hues and the layering of lost and found edges. Explore a contemporary approach of working with a shallow picture plane while learning negative painting strategies and the successful sequencing of transparent glazes and velvety opaques.*

9am-12pm

Instructor: Sean Dye $115 + $16 kit fee = $131 Medium: Oils Skill level: All Sponsored by: HK Holbein

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9am-4pm

Boats in Watercolor

Instructor: Judi Betts, AWS Medium: Watercolor Skill level: All Sponsored by: Lukas Watercolors

FR1204 Drawing Dynamics for Painters

FR1206 Painting a Mountain Sunrise 9am-12pm Instructor: Tom Jones * AT RETAIL STORE * $115

Medium: Watercolor

Skill level: All

Have you ever gone for a drive on a beautiful morning and saw the sun breaking across the mountain and wished you could paint it? Master landscape painter Tom Jones will teach you how to create a beautiful sunrise in the Smokey Mountains. He will also explain and teach you how to place wonderful dark colors and texture to give you a glowing art piece you will be proud of.*

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FR1207 Mixed Media Abstracts on Paper

9am-12pm

FR1210 Easing into Abstract with Watercolor

9am-12pm

Instructor: Joseph DiGiulio $115 Medium: Mixed Media Skill level: Emerging Artist Sponsored by: Matisse Derivan

Instructor: Sterling Edwards Medium: Watercolor Skill level: All Sponsored by: Jerry’s Artarama

In the spirit of Joe’s Black Bag exercises, join Joe for this 3 hour workshop where you will explore the four basic elements of abstract painting: line, shape, color and texture. Enjoy using a variety of materials such as India Inks, Acrylics, Graphite, and Oil Pastels in an Aqua Media format. Let your creative process go wild. Joe will introduce you to some of his ideas on composition, color theories, and techniques that he uses while working on acrylic abstract paintings on paper.*

Taking the plunge from traditional painting to creating an abstract painting is a real awakening. Most of the techniques that you already know are used when painting an abstract but in a bolder and more expressive manner. Sterling Edwards is world renowned for his abstract watercolor and acrylic paintings. In this workshop he will show you an easy way to find abstract designs that let you ease your way into the world of abstract art without jumping in with both feet.

FR1208 Painting the Portrait from Life — Watercolor

FR1211 Gimme, Gimme… Color & Texture

9am-4pm

Instructor: Paul McCormack Medium: Watercolor Skill level: Intermediate Sponsored by: Winsor & Newton

$230

Watch a Master in action and take this opportunity to learn from nationally recognized portrait artist, Paul McCormack. Students will be working from a live model as Mr. McCormack demonstrates all the techniques and principles needed to execute a watercolor portrait with a luminous glow. The academic principles of traditional portraiture will be used to teach students on how to acquire correct proportions in order to achieve a likeness. Along with color theory as it applies to the human form, watercolor techniques will include wet into wet, glazing and dry brush.*

FR1209 Oil Painting Without Drawing - Figurative

9am-4pm

Instructor: Dominic Vignola Medium: Oil Skill level: All Sponsored by: Jack Richeson, Jerry’s Artarama

$230

Students are trained to see, analyze and translate the figurative image into the canvas using a variety of unique methods. The result is a very convincing rendering of the subject, that can be executed, in a very loose or sketchy style to a more refined, realistic treatment. Using this approach, an artist will be able to paint any subject as the method applies to all. Previous training is not necessary in order to grasp these principles.*

Instructor: Kathie George Medium: Acrylic Skill level: All Sponsored by: Golden, Jerry’s Artarama

$115

9am-4pm $230

If you want it all, come join us. A simple subject (such as this window) can be transformed by using some of Golden's cool texture gels and a few 'tricks of the trade'. You'll get a lot of good basic knowledge about the gels, as well as a ton of great ideas. Then we'll paint on the beautiful surface we've created. Color is much more than just a color wheel, and so much more fun. Use Kathie's drawing of this Tuscan Window, or work from a photo or drawing of your own.*

FR1212 Have an Awesome “Zen” 9am-12pm Experience with Sumi Brushes, Bamboo Pens and Other Unique Material Instructor: Bill Buchman Medium: Aqua Media Skill level: All Sponsored by: Savoir Faire

$115

Have an awesome “Zen Breakthrough” and awaken your imagination with Bill’s unique contemporary approach using these new and stimulating materials. You will be introduced to how to use the classic Sumi brush in Bill’s “Zen” approach with traditional Sumi ink as well as Sennelier watercolors and Cretacolor Aquabriques, and acrylic gouaches. Using these materials is highly therapeutic…encouraging calm and relaxation while awakening creativity.

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Workshop Descriptions Friday November 9th

FR1213 Start Abstract Painting Today! 9am-12pm Instructor: Bob Burridge $115 + $13 kit fee = $128 Medium: Acrylic Skill level: All Sponsored by: HK Holbein Always wanted to do abstract painting, but don’t know where to begin? Experience the hands-on demos, techniques, basic formulas, compositions and color techniques to create more meaningful abstracts. This concentrated workshop emphasizes intuitive painting, from the initial concept to the creation of a series. We will experiment with variations in materials and techniques, using acrylic and watermedia paints. All levels.*

FR1214 Dust Free Pastel Painting!

1pm-4pm

Instructor: Sean Dye $115 + $13 kit fee = $128 Medium: Oil Pastels Skill level: All Sponsored by: HK Holbein Learn to loosen up with this immediate and tactile medium. Artist’s oil pastels are a serious artist’s medium not what you remember from grade school. They are full of vibrant pigment and handle like fine soft pastels but without the dust. When used heavily, they can approach the feeling of oil paint. Sean will guide the class through an extended painting while he discusses some of the pitfalls such as overworking or worrying too much about detail.*

FR1215 Water-Soluble Oils on Color Ground 1pm-4pm

Instructor: Caroline Jasper $115 + $16 kit fee = $131 Medium: Water-Soluble Oils Skill level: Beginner - Intermediate – Advanced Sponsored by: HK Holbein

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Water and oil together? Impossible? Yet it works! Discover the easeof-handling advantages of this remarkable alternative to traditional oils. No solvents or odors; fast drying; travel-friendly. Explore appropriate method adjustments in departing from familiar painting media. Experience The new masterpiece you take home will look just like a traditional oil painting. All materials provided. Bring favorite photos.*

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FR1216 Golden Koi and Pebbles -

1pm-4pm

Watercoor

Instructor: Linda Kemp $115 + $15 kit fee = $130 Medium: Watercolor Skill level: All Sponsored by: HK Holbein The golden Koi is symbolic of love, good fortune and strength and an ideal subject for painters! In this workshop you will learn how to harmonize shape, color and movement to reinforce the feeling of a quiet moment found while peering into the shallows of a fish pond. This class focuses on establishing layers of simple negative shapes, a technique that can be applied to a variety of nature’s subjects.

FR1217 Luscious Color!

1pm-4pm Watercolor Techniques with Acrylics

Instructor: Michele Theberge Medium: Acrylic Skill level: All Sponsored by: Liquitex

$115

Learn the secrets to creating gorgeous, watercolor-like effects with acrylics. Techniques such as wet- on-wet, staining, transparent washes, blending and bleeding can be achieved with the added advantage that surfaces can subsequently be built up with glazes, gels and mediums if desired. Bring your favorite synthetic watercolor mop brushes (if you have them) - all else will be generously provided by Liquitex!

FR1218 Aqua Media Abstract Landscapes 1pm-4pm Instructor: Joseph DiGiulio Medium: Aquamedia Skill level: All Sponsored by: Matisse

$115

--Using color, shape, line and texture, Joe will supply some tips and techniques to develop your landscapes in a flowing loose format that will capture the eyes’ interest and stimulate your creative spirit. Joe will share his personal process that will jump start your own self journey in abstract expressionist landscapes techniques. This class is designed to loosen up traditional landscape artists and develop emerging artists. Water buckets, and paper towels will be provided.*

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FR1219 Painting an Artistic

1pm-4pm

Floral in Watercolor

Instructor: Sterling Edwards Medium: Watercolor Skill level: All Sponsored by: Jerry’s Artarama

FR1222 Using Water-mixable Oils

5pm-8pm

in a Watercolor Manner

$115

Instructor: Dick Ensing Medium: Water-mixable Oils Sponsored by: Canson

$115 Skill level: All

Painting a flower is ideally suited to watercolors because of the beautiful transparent qualities of the medium. In this workshop Sterling Edwards will show you his creative way to paint a flower that allows the background and foreground to work in unison to create an expressive translation of flowers. These paintings have a very painterly look and command attention. This workshop is recommended for all skill levels; however some drawing and watercolor experience will be helpful.

This medium is one of the most exciting paints to use, as they are so versatile you can use them with a brush, pallet knife, on watercolor paper, canvas, and much more. They have virtually no odor, they clean up with water, but they still act like oils. They dry quicker than oils but give you time to mix your colors – definitely a medium you will fall in love with! This method will give you an extra advantage in your quest to create a masterpiece.*

FR1220 Make a Cool Contemporary

FR1223 Elements of a Seascape –

1pm-4pm Piece with Awesome Mixed Media

Instructor: Bill Buchman Medium: Mixed Media Skill level: All Sponsored by: Savoir Faire

$115

This is a complete hands-on exploration of the basics of making contemporary looking pieces using a host of exciting new materials in a variety of mixed media approaches. We will have fun learning how to use and combine Creta “Aquastics”, Sennelier oil pastels, Creta “Aquabriques”, and the unique “Art Chunkies”. We will also learn unique ways to use traditional materials such as watercolors and pastels. There are artistic principles and concepts that naturally stimulate visual creativity and lead to making paintings that are dynamic and modern. Materials provided.

FR1221 Contemporary Collage Painting 1pm-4pm Instructor: Bob Burridge $115 + $13 kit fee = $128 Medium: Acrylics Skill level: All Sponsored by: HK Holbein

Creative tearing, acrylic paint splashing and using a ragbag of cool stuff to glue and assemble is the backbone of this all new Burridge workshop. On top of that, imagine painting with no brushes, using fingers, sticks and paper towels. This wildly creative workshop is about jumping off the cliff and creating artwork no one has ever seen you do. All levels. Bring your favorite collage papers. Materials and handouts provided.

5pm-8pm

The Ocean in Pastel

Instructor: Diana Coidan $115 Medium: Pastel Skill level: Beginners to Intermediate Sponsored by: Uneeda Enterprises, Sennellier, Jerry’s Artarama This workshop will teach you how to paint the various components of waves in pastels, as well as some of the elements of a seascape including the horizon, sand, sunsets, and so forth. Diana Coidan, will demonstrate how to render the basic formations of waves in your ocean paintings, from water building up to form a wave, light through back-lit wave, pouring water as a wave breaks, as well as foam patterns on flat water. *

FR1224 Unlocking the Secrets to

5pm-8pm

Capturing a Likeness

Instructor: Dan Nelson $115 Medium: Drawing Skill level: Intermediate - Advanced Sponsored by: Jerry’s Artarama Drawing only – bring pad of paper. Dan will provide all drawing media. Learn how to conquer the greatest challenge in the art world: capturing a perfect likeness. Even if you don’t plan to make a career of portraiture, this class will show you how to sharpen your ability to really see what’s right in front of your eyes. *

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FR1225 Capturing the Essence of Water 5pm-8pm FR1228 Totally Textures Super Class! – Seascape

Instructor: Kimberlee Maselli Medium: Acrylic or Oils Skill level: All Sponsored by: Lukas, Charvin

$115

5pm-8pm $115

If you are mystically drawn to the sea like the tides to the moon...this class is for you. Learn to master basic principles that you can apply to any seascape; from gently rolling swells to crashing breakers, sea foam patterns and reflections. You’ll have plenty of guidance and support as you create a seascape with your own unique style and flair!*

Learn how easy it is to create textures in watercolors. Discover how to use the quality of Holbein paints to render each surface. In the class, several textures will be addressed. Learn what determines each texture. From wood, to leaves, to glass and other highly reflective surfaces, students will learn to master the textures and maintain quality color and luminosity. All supplies will be furnished.

FR1226 Painting in Oil – The NC Marsh

FR1229 Sketchbooks – from Boring

5pm-8pm

Instructor: Brenda Mattson $115 Medium: Oil Skill level: Beginner to Intermediate Sponsored by: Jack Richeson & Company This workshop is designed to teach the fundamental skills necessary for a successful marsh oil painting. This class is suitable for beginning to intermediate oil painters. Learn how to mix interesting, rich color and apply Richeson oil paint to Richeson Hardboard with spontaneous brushwork. Brenda will provide plenty of one-on-one instruction. All supplies and photo provided.

FR1227 Painting the Mountain Mist

5pm-8pm

and Clouds

Instructor: Tom Jones * AT RETAIL STORE * Medium: Watercolor Skill level: All Sponsored by: Canson

$115

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to Fabulous

Instructor: Suzanne McNeill Medium: Mixed Media Skill level: All Sponsored by: Fox Chapel Publishing

$115

Turn any visual journal or sketchbook from ordinary to extraordinary. In this fast-paced class we'll create a richly patterned hand-made accordion sketchbook. Explore these spontaneous concepts and record meaning within your ideas, creations and reflections. Dislike your own handwriting? THIS is the class for you!*

FR1230 Introduction to Water-based Screen Printing: From Art to Print

Have you ever sat in a restaurant on a cool mountain morning enjoying pancakes and hot coffee and looked out the window and saw the heavy clouds and mist lingering in the mountains and wished you could paint it? Come join master wilderness painter Tom Jones and he will show you two methods to do just that. Students should bring a watercolor palette, large box of tissues, 1 ½” wash brush, ¾” flat brush, #8 round. All other supplies will be provided.

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Instructor: Karen Vernon Medium: Watercolor Skill level: All Sponsored by: Ampersand, HK Holbein

5pm-8pm* 9am-12pm*

*Please note! This workshop starts on Friday night 5-8pm, then resumes on Saturday morning 9am-12pm to allow for drying time!

Instructor: Michael Kirk Medium: Screen Printing Skill level: All Sponsored by: Daler-Rowney

$230

For all of you that have been interested in Screen Printing, but have not really looked any further: This is the workshop for you! This hands-on workshop will show participants how to create water-based screen prints on both paper and cloth using System 3 acrylics as a printable ink.*

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FR1231 Paint Water and Reflections

5pm-8pm

That Look Wet and Real

FR1233 How to Master Values:

5pm-8pm

The Key to Great Painting

Instructor: Judy Crane $115 Medium: Oil Skill level: All Sponsored by: Winsor & Newton, Fredrix Canvas

Instructor: Mike Rooney Medium: Oil or Acrylics Skill level: All Sponsored by: Lukas

Learn what makes a reflection believable and how to achieve it. Create a vibrant landscape with water and reflections using a variety of greens, without using tube greens. Using a somewhat limited palette, harmony and variety are possible. Judy will demonstrate and circulate to help students individually. She will provide photo reference, solvent, canvas.*

In this class you'll learn that there are lots of things to get right on a painting but the most important would be the values. You could literally have everything else right and the values wrong, and the painting will fail. Knowing a few simple things about value could be the difference between success and failure in your painting.*

FR1232 Encaustic and Image Transfers

FR1234 Botanical Illustrations

Instructor: Cynthia Winika Medium: Encaustic Skill level: All Sponsored by: R&F Encaustic

5pm-8pm $115

This workshop will introduce participants to the basics of encaustic painting as a ground for more graphic work. Focusing on image transfer techniques, we will cover photocopy transfers, simple newspaper transfers, charcoal and pastel drawing transfers, as well as a variety of simple transfer papers, such as Saral, carbon paper and graphite transfer paper. It is possible to show up empty-handed and still take part in these workshops!*

Instructor: Camille LaPointe-Lyons Medium: Drawing & Watercolor Skill level: All Sponsored by: Savoir-Faire

$115

5pm-8pm $115

This hands-on workshop will show you how to draw and paint beautiful flowers, leaves, and vegetables in the centuries old European realistic style. Folded and curved flower petals and leaves can appear busy or complicated. With easy to follow exercises, you will quickly understand how to draw and paint them with confidence and produce your own botanical illustrations. Beginners to advanced students welcome. All art materials are provided by Cretacolor watercolor pencils and graphic pencils; Sennelier watercolors, Fabriano Artistico watercolor paper.

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Workshop Descriptions Saturday November 10th

* For a complete list of provided materials and/or the supplies you’ll need to bring, go to: www.artofthecarolinas.com.

SA1201 Painting with the Rembrandt 9am-4pm Palette in creating a Classical Still Life

9am-12pm

$230

Instructor: Caroline Jasper $115 + $16 kit fee = $131 Medium: Acrylics Skill level: Beginner - Intermediate – Advanced Sponsored by: HK Holbein

Learn to paint with mixtures from only four colors: Titanium White, Yellow Ochre, Vermilion and Ivory Black. Students will create a luminous and harmonious still life with this classical limited palette! Plenty of demonstrations and individual instruction. Class is limited to only 12 students! Sign up early!

Dare to try a new approach in thinking about and working with color. Learn Caroline Jasper's way of starting on red canvas. Used as ground color, red infuses your painting with energy. Through easy-to-follow methods, discover brilliant color interaction strategies for dramatic and beautiful visual effects. Watch your work progress quickly without muddying colors. Create dynamic vistas with atmospheric perspective. Learn to sequence color contrast combinations for striking depth illusion.*

Instructor: James Sulkowski Medium: Oil Skill level: All Sponsored by: Sennelier, Jerry’s Artarama

SA1202 Southern Architecture and

9am-4pm

Foliage in Watercolor

Instructor: Judi Betts, AWS Medium: Watercolor Skill level: All Sponsored by: Lukas

$230

Paint with Judi Betts as she works with one of her favorite award winning subjects – a grand old house. She’ll show you how to simplify a somewhat complicated old house. Complimentary colors will be used to make your painting vibrate with intense color. You’ll learn about the importance of grays, how to create luminous shadows, and how to make “magical-shapes”. Watch as Judi proceeds with her painting, building up many thin layers of paint to create mystery. *

SA1203 Water-Soluble Oils Intro

Oil Painting with nontoxic pigments and no harmful solvents! Are you crazy about oil painting but hate the fumes? Have you ever tried water-soluble oil colors? Sean is the Author of Panting with Water-Soluble Oils and The Mixed-Media Sourcebook. Sean will teach you some of the exciting and innovative techniques he has included in his popular book through demonstration and instruction.*

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SA1205 Nature’s Patterns Vignettes 9am-12pm - Watercolor Instructor: Linda Kemp $115 + $14 kit fee = $129 Medium: Watercolor Skill level: Intermediate or Advanced Sponsored by: HK Holbein A vignette is designed so the subject matter softens and fades into the white edges of the paper. The resulting elegant white negative shapes are an essential part of the painting’s composition. The quiet, diffused focus of the outer edges of the vignette, enhance the drama of the defined forms and touches of rich color of the inner focal areas of the picture. This is watercolor showing off!*

9am-12pm SA1206 Children’s Portraits in Watercolor Instructor: Suzanna Winton * AT RETAIL

Instructor: Sean Dye $115 + $16 kit fee = $131 Medium: Water-soluble Oils Skill level: All Sponsored by: HK Holbein

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SA1204 Landscape on Red Ground

Medium: Watercolor Skill level: All Sponsored by: Winsor & Newton

9am-4pm STORE *

$230

If you've always wanted to paint your children, grandchildren, or someone else's children, this is the class for you! Learn how to paint glowing children's portraits in watercolors with no fail recipes that work every time. Come learn tips to make sure you have a perfect portrait every time. The photo and drawing will be provided by the instructor.*

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SA1207 The Abstract Expressionist Mind: The Square Instructor: Joseph DiGiulio Medium: Acrylic Skill level: All Sponsored by: Matisse

9am-12pm $115

Join Joe for this 3 hour workshop where you will explore how to develop exciting abstract acrylic compositions and techniques on a square format canvas. He will show you how to create a focal point and learn how to energize the work to create “Action”, using the four basic elements of line, shape, color and texture. You will be able to create a rhythm through the use of pattern to guide the observer’s eye through your piece.*

SA1208 Painting the Portrait From Life - Oils Instructor: Paul McCormack Medium: Oil Skill level: Intermediate Sponsored by: Winsor & Newton

9am-4pm $230

Nationally recognized portrait artist, Paul W. McCormack will demonstrate and lecture on the techniques and principles required to execute a portrait in oil. By employing the academic principles of traditional portraiture students will learn how to acquire correct proportions and how to model individual features in order to achieve a likeness. A direct approach to oil painting will be demonstrated along with discussions on color theory as it applies to the human form.*

SA1209 Painting Watercolors with 9am-12pm Big Brushes for a Bold Look Instructor: Sterling Edwards Medium: Watercolor Skill level: All Sponsored by: Jerry’s Artarama

$115

SA1210 Wax and Watercolor — An Interesting Mix!

9am-4pm

Instructor: Kathie George Medium: Watercolor Batik Skill level: All Sponsored by: Savoir Faire, Winsor & Newton, Jerry’s Artarama

$230

Put the two on textured rice paper and presto! Fun guaranteed to energize your paintings. Kathie will lead you step by step through the layering process, till you begin to wonder just how thick this wax can get. Then you'll remove the wax - it's like Christmas! No watercolor skills are necessary. We get a bit messy, but we have fun doing it.*

SA1211 Beginning Expressive Figure 9am-12pm Drawing with Sumi Brushes and Reed Pens Instructor: Bill Buchman Medium: Mixed Media Skill level: All Sponsored by: Savoir-Faire

$115

Learn new and exciting ways to paint and draw the nude figure that are easy, free flowing and fun. The emphasis will be on learning helpful and accessible wet and mixed media techniques but will also include some dry media approaches. You will learn how to use Sumi brushes and Bamboo pens with watercolors, acrylic gouaches, water-soluble crayons and the wonderful Art Chunky’s. Bill will demonstrate ways of drawing that will expand your artistic skills and enable you to achieve a higher expressive level. We will work from a live model.*

SA1212 Abstract Florals from Loose, 9am-12pm Colorful Splatters

Instructor: Bob Burridge $115 + $13 kit fee = $128 Medium: Acrylic Skill level: All Are you tired of little brushes and monotonous detail? If so then you’re Sponsored by: HK Holbein ready to start using large brushes that make bold statements with expressive brushstrokes. Internationally renowned watercolor artist Sterling Edwards will show you how to use not only large brushes but brushes that are stiff bristles as well for painting amazing textures and washes. You’ll learn to use the brushes that sterling designed himself. Let Sterling show you how to compose a painting that focuses mostly on large shapes that is created using his large brushes. Once the large shapes are finished a small amount of detail is added and voila, you have a completed painting.*

Paint modern, loose abstract florals that sell like crazy. Learn the secrets of Monet and others as you turn those colorful messes into hot, beautiful little gems. These are Burridge “daily warm-ups.” Playing with wild, juicy colors, you will paint and learn to turn loose starts into little beauties. If you are looking for more fun in your boring floral, this is for you! Burridge’s positive, fearless approach inspires everyone to loosen up and paint with endless possibilities. All levels. Bring your favorite brushes. All materials provided.

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SA1213 Cityscapes: Painting the Urban Scene

* For a complete list of provided materials and/or the supplies you’ll need to bring, go to: www.artofthecarolinas.com.

1pm-4pm

1pm-4pm

Instructor: Sean Dye $115 + $16 kit fee = $131 Medium: Oil Skill level: All Sponsored by: HK Holbein

Instructor: Karlyn Holman Medium: Watercolor Skill level: All Sponsored by: Winsor & Newton, Canson

Sean first explored the urban scene when he lived in The Hague in the Netherlands, and later while living in New York City. Learn how to capture the excitement of urban architecture and depict crowd scenes in a fluid and stimulating, successful way. Look for Sean’s oil painting video!!! Please bring sketches or reference photos.

It is always a challenge to try to give the feeling that light is coming from within and that light is also reflecting off the glass. Start with cool colors to establish the cast shadows and later layer on the warm colors. This technique is always successful and gives a glowing vitality to your painting.*

SA1214 New Ways – Painting Better

1pm-4pm

Instructor: Caroline Jasper $115 + $16 kit fee = $131 Medium: Acrylics Skill level: Beginner - Intermediate – Advanced Sponsored by: HK Holbein Whet your appetite for water and take the plunge! Enjoy the excitement of painting this fascinating subject. Instruction breaks down what to look for and how to successfully capture water reflections, refractions, transparency and patterns. Learn color and method keys to making water sparkle, ripple or flow. Take home your own “wet” painting. All materials provided.

SA1215 Yupo Embrace the 1pm-4pm Challenge…A Watercolor Sampler Instructor: Carol Ann Sherman Medium: Watercolor on Yupo paper Sponsored by: Jerry’s Artarama

$115 Skill level: All

Whether you are an experienced Yupo painter and want to improve your skills or you have never seen it before and have heard how much fun it is, this class will give you a lot of control and knowledge of creating amazing work on this polypropylene surface.*

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SA1217 Waves and Waterfalls

$115

1pm-8pm

Instructor: David Dunlop Medium: Oil, Acrylic, Watercolor Skill level: All Sponsored by: Charvin, Matisse, Lukas

$230

Learn how to create the reflections, translucence, and sparkle of water in motion and stillness. The demonstrations will show you how to use your paints not only on canvas and paper but also on alternative materials like gold leaf, Plexiglas and copper. Your instructor will provide vivid demonstrations in oil (on copper, gold leaf and canvas), acrylic, and watercolor (on prepared paper) and he will provide personal instruction.*

SA1218 Watercolor Abstracts, 1pm-4pm Unleashing your Creative Mind Instructor: Sterling Edwards Medium: Watercolor Skill level: All Sponsored by: Jerry's Artarama

$115

This workshop is for the artist who wants to make a bold statement in the art world. It doesn’t matter if you’re a beginner or an experienced painter, you’ll find this workshop fun, inspiring, and packed full of useful tips for creating an abstract painting. Spend three hours with him as he discusses and demonstrates his approach to designing an abstract and then shows a multitude of watercolor techniques resulting in a finished painting that is contemplative and unique.*

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SA1219 Beginning Expressive Figure 1pm-4pm Drawing with New Media and Methods

SA1222 Paint a Bright Bowl of

Instructor: Bill Buchman Medium: Mixed Media Skill level: All Sponsored by: Savoir-Faire

Instructor: Rocky Alexander Medium: Watercolor Skill level: All Sponsored by: Jack Richeson & Company

$115

Learn new and exciting ways to paint and draw the nude figure that are easy, free flowing and fun. The emphasis will be on learning helpful and accessible techniques with watercolors, acrylic gouaches, watersoluble crayons and the water-soluble Art Chunky’s as well as deepfired chalks. Working with these materials will actually help you to learn what drawing the nude is all about and enable you to achieve a surprisingly artistic and pleasing result without being too overly technical. Bill will demonstrate ways of drawing that will expand your artistic skills and enable you to achieve a higher expressive level.

SA1220 Loose and Juicy Landscapes

Instructor: Bob Burridge $115 + $13 kit fee = $128 Medium: Acrylic Skill level: All Sponsored by: HK Holbein Paint with free rein and learn to run wild with looser landscape painting. Learn how to use quick spontaneity and your own imagination for maximum effect! From multiple warm-up exercises using four basic compositions to powerful panoramics, Burridge’s positive, fearless approach inspires everyone to paint with endless possibilities. Many demos, hands-on painting and loads of fun! All levels. Bring your favorite brushes. All materials provided.

Instructor: Brenda Mattson Medium: Pastel Skill level: All Sponsored by: Jack Richeson & Company

Instructor: Dick Ensing Medium: Oil Skill level: All Sponsored by: Canson

$115

Dick teaches a Five-Step Approach to oil painting in this informative three hour class. He will give you the advantage of providing you with a canvas that has the first three steps completed for you! He will then guide you through the two final stages. You will learn to bring life into your painting with added strokes using complementary colors to make it more exciting. This method will give you an extra advantage in your quest to create your masterpiece.*

5pm-8pm $115

Use this vibrant medium to create a visually stunning North Caroline Sunrise. We will do an under wash with alcohol and pastel, then apply hard and soft pastel on top. Learn painting principles of value, color, form and space and how light affects each. Jack Richeson & Company will provide you with their sanded paper and use of Unison and Richeson’s three different types of pastel. This class is for all levels and will be informative and a lot of fun!

SA1224 Visual Journals: Symbols, Icons, and Archetypes SA1221 Bring Life to Your Oil Painting 5pm-8pm Using Complementary Colors

$115

Students will paint a cheerful bowl of fruit in a glass container, paying attention to glass reflections and shape, as well as colorful fruits! This is geared for beginners and intermediates, and students need to have their own pencils and erasers, watercolors, palettes, round brushes, and watercolor paper, preferably 11x15 (1/4 sheet). Rocky will bring chocolates to munch on and reference photos and still life setup.

SA1223 Painting a Pastel North Carolina Sunrise 1pm-4pm

5pm-8pm

Fruit in Watercolor

Instructor: Eric Scott & David Modler Medium: Journaling Skill level: All Sponsored by: Strathmore Papers

5pm-8pm $115

When we first began making art, we more than likely adopted and appropriated other people’s images and symbols. What do these symbols and images mean to us if they come from someone else? Why still use them if we have no personal connection to them? Now discover ways to use your own images to create personal symbols that covey specific meaning for you, as you develop and create your own templates and stencils to use again and again. Uncover your complex issues and invent your own archetypal language full of personal relevance as you create richly layered and meaningful works. Bring images, memorabilia, and other ephemera that will help you explore the symbolic nature of your life.*

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SA1225 Yupo Figurative

Instructor: Carol Ann Sherman Medium: Watercolor on Yupo paper Sponsored by: Jerry's Artarama

* For a complete list of provided materials and/or the supplies you’ll need to bring, go to: www.artofthecarolinas.com.

5pm-8pm $115

SA1228 Silk Scarves – Dyeing with Sharpie Markers

Instructor: Suzanne McNeill Medium: Silk Dyeing Skill level: All Find some new and useful ideas on how to make your figure work look Sponsored by: Fox Chapel Publishing Skill level: All

fresh and have a personal flair. In this class Carol Ann will help you learn to transfer an image from a photograph to the Yupo. Put a feeling of life, whimsy, emotion and motion into your figures. Paint, palette and Yupo will be supplied along with some texturizing materials. *

SA1226 Painting a Mountain Waterfall 5pm-8pm Instructor: Tom Jones $115 * AT RETAIL STORE *

Medium: Watercolor Skill level: All Sponsored by: Canson

Have you ever stopped and sat near a waterfall and felt the peace come over you and felt the energy and wished you could paint it? Join master landscape artist, Tom Jones as he teaches you an easy way to paint a waterfall that will make any American wilderness painting come alive with action. This lesson will also give you a bonus with painting rocks and trees for a complete learning experience. *

SA1227 Master Dynamic Watercolor Florals that Glow! Instructor: Karen Vernon Medium: Watercolor Skill level: All Sponsored by: Ampersand

5pm-8pm $115

Learn how to accurately depict the clear luminous color in any type of flower with watercolor. In this hands-on class, learn basic floral painting design techniques and discover how to achieve the most intense hues and color in your paintings. This year we will master the YELLOW ROSE. This class makes the most difficult floral subject matter very easy with a few simple tips and techniques. Go beyond the ordinary! All supplies will be furnished.

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Be inspired! Decorate 3 fabulous boutique silk scarves in 3 hours. The whole process of dyeing silk with Sharpie markers is inspiring and simple. When the magic ingredient is added, it is exciting to watch the colorful inks run, blend and bleed... creating unexpected and beautiful explosions of color. Enjoy experimenting with techniques - shibori, clips, tie-dye, rubber bands, and textures.*

SA1229 Capture Bright Sunlight and 5pm-8pm Colorful Shadows for Painting that Sings Instructor: Judy Crane $115 Medium: Oil Skill level: All Sponsored by: Winsor & Newton, Fredrix Canvas What are the colors in the light and in the shadows? Learn to make the shadow colors exciting as any other part of the painting. Avoid those dark, dull, dead shadows and create a vibrant painting with sunlight and shadows. Judy will demonstrate and circulate to help students individually.*

SA1230 Encaustic and Pigment Sticks 5pm-8pm Instructor: Cynthia Winika Medium: Encaustic Skill level: All Sponsored by: R&F Encaustic

$115

This workshop will concentrate on the mixed media potential of encaustic, combining it with buttery R&F Pigment Sticks. Learn about the basics of encaustic, and the technical aspects of combining it with oil paint. Then, using our encaustic panels as a wax ground, we will explore using pigment sticks to fill inscribed line work, to capture debossed textures and patterns, to create an overall tone or glaze, and to make direct drawings.*

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SA1231 How to Simplify Complex Scenes 5pm-8pm

Instructor: Mike Rooney Medium: Oil or Acrylics Skill level: All Sponsored by: Lukas

$115

Mike will show you how to simplify the most complicated scenes to make a painting that has impact and is easily understood by the viewer. Painting this way will take the frustration out of complicated dock and urban scenes, as well as many other compositional challenges.*

SA1232 Semi-abstract Grapes Instructor: Karlyn Holman Medium: Acrylic Skill level: All Sponsored by: Lukas

5pm-8pm $115

Join the fun and blend realism and abstraction into an exciting and creative watercolor. Bring your own watercolors and brushes. You will receive a half-sheet of Arches 140# cold press paper, gauze, grape leaves, images, glue and use of the iridescent sprays and stencils.*

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SU1201 Capturing a Likeness in Portrait Painting

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9am-4pm

Instructor: James Sulkowski Medium: Oil Skill level: Intermediate/Advanced Sponsored by: Sennelier

$230

James will demonstrate and instruct each student individually in understanding the concepts of creating a likeness every time. The student will also learn about color, flesh tones, shadow, form and also the planes and structure of the head. Sign up early. This class is limited to 12 students for one on one instruction!*

SU1204 Visual Journals: Transitional Spaces Instructor: David Modler & Eric Scott Medium: Journaling Skill level: All Sponsored by: Strathmore

9am-12pm $115

In this mixed media workshop learn to pay attention to those ideas that keep coming back. Explore those concepts you obsess over and find meaning within your compulsion to make certain marks or to use specific media. Begin to figure out the things that you may be devoting energy to by tapping into spontaneous acts of creating and by reflecting on your studio practice. Give into your compulsions and obsessions within the visual journal and use the journal as a rich field to grow ideas.*

SU1202 Painting Animals in Watercolor 9am-4pm Instructor: Judi Betts, AWS Medium: Watercolor Skill level: All Sponsored by: Lukas Watercolors

$230

It’s fun to paint animals – farm animals, zoo creatures or your pets! You may bring your own photos or sketches, if desired, or use other references which Judi will have available. Judi will show you how to make your animals more whimsical, how to use under-paintings to animate color and create paintings which “glow." You’ll learn to use bold color for strength and color accents for visual vibration. You’ll be surprised to see some very unusual color-chords develop in your work. You will see why Judi calls her painting CREATIVE REALISM.*

SU1203 Big Beautiful Skies:

9am-12pm

Painting with the Knife

Instructor: Sean Dye $115 + $16 kit fee = $131 Medium: Water Soluble Oil Skill level: All Sponsored by: HK Holbein

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Come to this workshop and discover how a sky can really make the landscape. Sometimes the rest of the landscape can take a back seat to a dramatic colorful sky. Sean will lead the group with an exciting demonstration of knife painting in Water-soluble oil color. Learn techniques that will improve your work from this award winning expert. All materials will be supplied.

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SU1205 Heat Up that Yupo!

Instructor: Carol Ann Sherman Medium: Watercolor Skill level: All

9am-12pm $115

Ready for a change of pace in your paintings? Come join Carol Ann to get the feeling of Watermedia on Yupo paper. The rich and thick consistency of the watermedia allows a successful layering of colors and patterns on this smooth crisp working surface. Painting with watercolors enhanced with gouache is like painting with watercolors on steroids.*

SU1206 Soulful Character Paintings in Watercolor

9am-4pm

Instructor: Suzanna Winton $230 Medium: Watercolor Skill level: All Sponsored by: Lukas * AT RETAIL STORE * In this class you will learn how to capture the soul of your subject and learn how to paint rich dark skin tones of your African American subject. You will follow along with the instructor as she shows you stepby-step how to capture your subject's personality. You'll learn how to achieve glowing skin tones with a layering process using a limited palette. The drawing and photo will be provided by the instructor. The instructor will be around for lots of individual attention.

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SU1207 Combine Acrylic Lines 9am-4pm & Watercolor for Exciting Texture Instructor: Karlyn Holman Medium: Watercolor with Acrylic Skill level: All Sponsored by: Winsor & Newton, Canson

$230

Mixing acrylic lines and non-traditional watercolor is one way to capture the excitement and vibrancy of these zebras. The lesson will start with wet-into-wet under painting using colors that move very little in water. We will draw the lines with abandon using the gutta bottle filled with black acrylic paint but the real fun comes when you paint these zebras in your own interpretive color. This approach is an exciting idea that can be interpreted into any subject. Karlyn will provide individual help so you can go home with a beautiful matted painting.*

SU1208 Leap from the Norm – PASTELS on Canvas!

SU1210 Color and Light in Acrylics Instructor: Ken Muenzenmayer Medium: Acrylics Skill level: All Sponsored by: Ampersand, Golden

Instructor: Diana Coidan $115 Medium: Pastel Skill level: Beginners to Intermediate Sponsored by: Uneeda Enterprises, Sennellier, Jerry’s Artarama Award-winning pastelist, Diana Coidan, will introduce you to an alternative from paper to canvas demonstrating the use of water to blend over the pastels with a brush and/or fingers in a few simple procedures. You will feel like you are working in watercolor medium with your pastels. Come experiment your chalk pastels applied on canvas and be very surprised of your result. You will be glad you did! We will start with an introduction to this “adventure”, demonstration of techniques, followed by a demo, with participants being guided through their individual painting from start to finish.

Don’t be left wondering how to construct a captivating landscape. These secrets are not only key, so is their order. Students will learn the step-by-step thought process that results in landscapes that turn heads: Focused Light, Intentional Composition, Rich Texture, Inviting Perspective, Balanced Color, Believable Objects.*

Instructor: Mike Rooney Medium: Oil or Acrylics Skill level: All Sponsored by: Lukas Oils and Acrylic

9am-4pm

Instructor: David Dunlop $230 Medium: Oil, Acrylics or Watercolor Skill level: All Sponsored by: Charvin, Matisse, Lukas Discover how to render skies in the tender light of dawn and the pageant of sunset through demonstrations in oil, acrylic and watercolor. Learn how to glaze, multi-layer and mix your colors to catch the fleeting effects of moving clouds and ephemeral light. He will show you how past masters created luminous sunsets and sunrises from Turner and Rembrandt to the Impressionists, to contemporary artists experimenting with new combinations of new materials and techniques.*

9am-4pm

Instructor: Dan Nelson $230 Medium: Oil, Acrylic, Pastel Skill level: Beginners - Intermediate Sponsored by: Charvin, Lukas, Mungyo

SU1212 The Cape Cod Underpainting Method

SU1209 Sunrise Sunset

$115

Learn the Muenzenmayer Method of painting with acrylics, which combines the transparency of watercolor, the luminosity of oils, and the softness of pastels. Discover the luminous qualities you can achieve with acrylics through the layering of colors with washes and drybrush techniques. Let Ken’s thirty years of experience help you expand your own painting technique and style. All supplies provided.

SU1211 Unlocking the Six Secrets of Great Landscape Painting 9am-12pm

9am-12pm

9am-4pm $230

To have colorful paintings you have to start them that way. In this workshop Mike Rooney, one of North Carolina's top plein-air (outdoor) instructors, will show you how to lay down pure color from the start, in the Cape Cod School of Art tradition, used by such well known artists as Camille Przewodek, Peggi Kroll Roberts and Susan Sarback. This imitates the shimmering effect that light has on objects that Impressionists have tried to capture since Monet. There will be a demo by Mike, and tons of hands on painting by students. This class will revolutionize your painting! *

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SU1213 Wow Your Next Painting with 9am-12pm Goof-Proof Color Combos and Compositions Instructor: Bob Burridge $115 + $13 kit fee = $128 Medium: Acrylic Skill level: All Sponsored by: HK Holbein Paint today with renewed confidence using new, exciting color combinations and design compositions with acrylic paint. Using Burridge’s 4 Cs - Content, Color, Composition and Commitment - you will learn how to paint an ordinary subject with these quick-focus techniques, turning your painting into a WOW. All levels. Bring your favorite brushes. Materials and handouts provided.

SU1214 Print into Painting

Instructor: Phil Garrett Medium: Acrylic Skill level: All Sponsored by: Golden Artist Colors

1pm-4pm $115

In this workshop we are going to explore the ease of use and versatility of Golden Open acrylics. These acrylic paints have a binder that stays wet and workable allowing us to create a monotype print on rag paper and an a la prima painting on an Ampersand panel in the short space of three hours. This is going to be fun! All paints and mediums provided by Golden Artist Colors.*

SU1215 Color Confidence!

Instructor: Kimberlee Maselli Medium: Acrylic or Oil Skill level: All Sponsored by: Lukas, Charvin

1pm-4pm $115

Learn what every artist needs to know about color. Say “good-bye” to mud and find out how to create rich, dynamic color every time. Understand terms such as pigment, hues, value, intensity, temperature, and opacity. Through exercises you’ll develop confidence in your color choices and create a useful palette strategy for any type of painting. No supply list! Everything will be provided for you!

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SU1216 Fun Portraits on Yupo

Instructor: Carol Ann Sherman Medium: Watermedia on Yupo Skill level: All Sponsored by: Jerry’s Artarama

1pm-4pm $115

Relax and enjoy while you learn to bring your image to life with watermedia on Yupo. Carol Ann will focus on building your portrait painting skills while being mindful of color, composition and line. Life paintings don’t have to be static. Learn how to layout and execute your painting and make it come to life with a dreamy creamy opaque richness.*

SU1217 Seductive Encaustic Techniques with Acrylic Instructor: Patti Brady Medium: Acrylic Skill level: All Sponsored by: Golden Artist Colors

1pm-4pm $115

That lovely translucent and mysterious look of wax…yes, we can create that with acrylic! No extra hot plates, no ventilation...just your basic acrylic gels and paints. Learn how to incorporate that wax like look on your mixed media pieces, and your paintings! We will make several recipes, that give different surfaces, and depth and color. All Golden paints and materials will be provided.*

SU1218 Skies and Water in Acrylics Instructor: Ken Muenzenmayer Medium: Acrylics Skill level: All Sponsored by: Ampersand, Golden

1pm-4pm $115

Ken Muenzenmayer is known for his powerful rendition of skies and sunsets and his treatment of water and reflections. Working with acrylics you will learn to recognize the colors that bring life to the evening skies and depth to the water’s surface. All supplies provided.

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SU1219 Make More $$ 1pm-4pm the 10 Must-Do’s to Sell your Paintings Instructor: Bob and Kate Burridge Medium: Lecture Skill level: All

$115

Not selling your artwork? Find out what you're doing wrong and how to fix it in this mini workshop. The Burridge's will answer your questions, listen to your problems and share their creative solutions! "Do this! ... not that," is the focus of this course, all geared to help you be a successfully selling artist. Topics included: How to photograph your artwork, write great artist statements, put together a winning portfolio, pricing, copyright law, how to find and keep the perfect gallery, and much, much more.

PLEASE NOTE: The advertised prices shown in the Art of the Carolinas brochure are for the 2012 TRADE SHOW ONLY and are NOT AVAILABLE through Jerry’s Artarama mail order, website or retail store purchases.

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Bill Buchman

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Rocky Alexander www.nicolestudio.com Rocky has been a watercolor instructor since 1985 in both CO and NC, and oils with palette knife since 2004. Her love of gardening and pond tending (she’s a registered landscape architect) has inspired her vibrantly hued paintings of florals, Koi fish and landscapes in both water colors and oils. She is the recipient of numerous awards and has been a part of group and solo shows in CO, LA, GA and NC. She is a signature member of WSNC and shows at Nicole's Studio and Artspace in Raleigh and Nature of Art in Holly Springs.

Rocky’s Workshops: TH1218, SA1222

Judi Betts Judi Betts NWS, AWS, has authored two award-winning books: Watercolor… Let’s Think About It! (5th printing) and PAINTING…a Quest toward Xtraordinary (5 awards). Internationally recognized, she’s an experienced painter with over 125 awards in traditional watercolor and experimental techniques. Judi’s paintings are featured in more than 35 books (5 in North Light’s SPLASH series) and she received the 2000 Louisiana Governor’s Award for Professional Artist. Creating watercolors that “sparkle” is her trademark; “magical shapes” are her specialty.

Judi’s Workshops: FR1202, SA1202, SU1202

Patti Brady - Patti Brady is the Working Artist Program Director for Golden Artist Colors. She has developed a curriculum for acrylic classes for artists and art educators. Patti currently has trained and manages 42 national and international artists for the Golden Working Artist Program in the US, Canada, Korea, France, Austria, Spain, Mexico and the Netherlands. In 2004 and 2006 she traveled to Japan for Golden Artist Colors to lecture at Universities in Tokyo, Osaka and Kyoto. Her paintings and prints have been exhibited nationally and reviewed by the New York Times. She has exhibited at the Brand Library, Glendale, CA, Arch Gallery, Chicago, IL, Mills College, Oakland and U.C. Berkeley CA., Greenville Museum, Lander College and University of South Carolina, Furman University and the Governor’s School. Her work is in Greenville County Museum’s collection, The Contemporary Collection of MUSC in Charleston, SC (the largest collection of contemporary South Carolina on permanent display), and in The Mark Coplan Collection at the South Carolina State Museum and County Bank. She was the recipient of the South Carolina Arts Commission Fellowship in 2007. One visual artist is chosen each year. Patti was Chair of the Greenville Open Studios project for 20022005. She was awarded the Distinguished Volunteer to Influence the Visual Arts for her work in this community effort. The Artist’s Magazine published an extensive article that features her unique relationship with the acrylic medium, and an in-depth interview on her influences. July/August 2007. Patti Brady is the author of Rethinking Acrylic: Radical Solutions for Exploiting The World's Most Versatile Medium (for F&W Publications) covering contemporary uses of acrylic.

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Bob Burridge

Patti Brady

Patti’s Workshops: TH1212, SU1217

Bill Buchman, an internationally represented American artist is on the faculty of the Ringling College - Longboat Key Center for the Arts, Longboat Key, FL. Before moving in 2001 to Sarasota, where he has his studio, Bill lived and worked as an artist for twenty years in Europe, primarily in Copenhagen and Paris. Accomplished as artist and educator, Bill gives workshops around the country on both abstract painting and figure drawing and has made popular educational DVD’s on both of these subjects. In conjunction with his teaching Bill is sponsored by Savoir Faire, leading importer of the finest European art materials. His innovative new book, “Expressive Figure Drawing”, published by WatsonGuptill/Random House, has just been released and is now widely available. He studied painting and drawing with renowned teacher Victor D’Amico at the Museum of Modern Art’s Institute of Modern Art, East Hampton, NY and also with leading American figurative painter Fletcher Martin at the Albany Institute of Art, in Albany, NY. Bill attended Cornell University, School of Fine Arts and Boston University, School of Liberal Arts and has a Bachelor’s Degree and a Master’s Degree in music from the New England Conservatory of Music. Buchman’s brightly colored spontaneous abstractions and his expressive figure drawings may be seen in private and public collections in Denmark, Sweden, England and the US. Bill is also an accomplished jazz pianist and composer, a writer of film music, poetry, and children’s stories and a photographer too. Bill says, of his work, “Harmony is my keynote. Ideas from the realm of music are my main source of inspiration. At the same time, a broad spectrum of ideas and techniques of European Modernism of the early 20th century, the artistic philosophy and methods of Chinese and Japanese painting, as well as Renaissance and Classical concepts all provide some bearings for the ongoing voyage.

robertburridge.com Robert Burridge is a painter in all media, national juror, college and international workshop instructor and is the Honorary President of the International Society of Acrylic Painters. A Signature Member of both the Philadelphia Water Color Society and ISAP, his honors include the prestigious Crest Medal for Achievement in the Arts and the Franklin Mint awards, and was recently invited to have a solo exhibit of his abstract paintings at the San Luis Obispo Museum of Art. His work is featured in many books and magazines, on Starbucks Coffee mugs, Pearl Vodka bottles and on eight commercial tapestries. His popular work hangs in permanent collections of international embassies, corporate galleries, art colleges as well as television and the entertainment industry. Burridge’s country studio is located on California’s central coast in San Luis Obispo County.

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Kate Burridge

Judy Crane

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Kate Burridge, a career manager for Visual Arts professionals, has over 25 years experience in international marketing, promotion, and professional presentations. Besides managing her husband Bob Burridge’s art career, Kate is also an author, lecturer and consultant to a long list of art associations and agencies in the United States. Kate developed “Art Marketing: The Business of Selling Your Art,” an eightweek course that she and Robert Burridge teach at Allan Hancock College in Santa Maria, California. She also authored “News Releases: Getting the Media to Work for You,” published by Art Calendar Magazine. Kate and Bob have written for Art Calendar magazine, Fine Arts Magazine and the ISAP (International Society of Acrylic Painters) Newsletter. She currently is a writer and editor of the Burridges' free art newsletter, The ArtsyFartsy News. She runs her own business as an Artists’ Advisor and is on the Board of the ISAP as their Marketing Director. Robert Burridge Studio, 1451 Paseo Ladera Lane, Arroyo Grande, California 93420.

Kate’s Workshops: SU1219

Diana Coidan www.judycrane.com

Judy is an avid oil painter, plein air painter, and workshop instructor. She has been a full time professional artist for over 20 years. She has studied with many wonderful painters like Kevin McPherson, Camille Przewodek, and Susan Sarback, and several of the Plein Air Painters of America. All of these artist instructors have influenced her work and helped to shape her into the artist and teacher she is today. In her teaching she tries to impart to her students what she has learned from the many instructors that she has studied with over many years. Judy is generous with her knowledge and strives to help each student individually as much as possible. She teaches a plein air style that is quick and yet deliberate. The focus is on shape, value, color and design. Her workshops “loosen up” the “tight” painter, placing emphasis on what is really important in a painting rather than the details. She has a teaching DVD, “Reflections of Nature,” that is available. She has traveled and painted in “plein air” on location in France, Italy, Spain, Portugal, and many areas of the US. She paints in a manner that lets the viewer see the subject as the eye sees a scene, not in photographic focus, but with atmosphere and depth of field. She captures the sophisticated; lush colors of nature and of our man made environment, and presents them in a believable and exciting way. For the observer her work conveys a feeling of “being there.” Her works are included in many corporate collections, including SAS Institute, Glaxo Smith Klein, Duke University Medical Center, and Progress Energy. Her paintings are also featured in numerous hospitals, hotels and banks as well as many private collections.

Painting at an early age, Diana can’t remember when she wasn’t an artist. A native of Pittsburgh, PA, she has resided in Raleigh since 1982. A Business College graduate, Diana retired from Office Administration in 1996 to pursue her love for art full time. SelfJudy’s Workshops: TH1225, FR1231, SA1229 taught and creating artwork in oil, acrylic, and watercolor mediums, she “fell in love” with pastels after an experimental workshop in this Joseph DiGiulio dry medium. This, she feels is her most expressive medium to digiuliostudios.com work in, which is evident in her photorealistic works. Diana has an unconscious attraction to blue and is known for her strikingly Joseph DiGiulio - is a professional abrealistic works capturing the spectacular sky and seaports. She stract painter and cancer survivor from has traveled extensively outside the United States with opportuniRaleigh, NC. He is the Educational Acties to photograph many cloud formations and ports in France for counts Manager and Executive Artist her main subject matter. for Jerry’s Artarama. In 2006, Joseph traveled to Sydney, Australia to help Recognized by many well known jurors in local, regional, state, develop a range of fine artist acrylic and national level exhibitions, Diana has been awarded numerous color for Matisse Derivan. Since then place and purchase awards for pastels. Her work can be found in he offers free online art lessons and private and corporate permanent art collections in the Raleigh and Pittsburgh areas. With nineteen solo shows to her credits she produced seven DVD’s that highlight his teaching skills in abstract additionally completed four commissioned wall murals along with painting and product usage. In 2008 he traveled to Southern seminar and brochure illustrations. She was selected for the Best France, testing out another paint line, Charvin Oil Colour. of State and National Artists Book receiving an Honorable MenTrained in Art Education at East Carolina University, DiGiulio tion for one of her pastels. Diana conducts workshops in pastels worked in the textile screen printing industry until the early at Jerry’s Artarama, Raleigh, and at Nicole’s Studio & Art Gallery in 1990’s. His self owned printing business catered to clients such as Raleigh on a continuing basis. Phillip Morris, Pepsi Cola, Adidas and Banana Republic. He is also on the Merchandising Advisory Board for East Carolina University. A member of the Pastel Society of North Carolina, Watercolor SoJoseph holds numerous awards, such as the SAS Institute Purciety of North Carolina, Fine Arts League of Cary, Sertoma Park chase Award, and has recent installations at the Raleigh Duke Artists Association, Carteret County Arts Coalition, and the Visual Hospital and PNC Plaza building in downtown Raleigh. His latest Art Exchange, Diana’s work can be found at Nicole’s Studio & Art pieces are large-scale abstract acrylic paintings that reflect his use Gallery, Raleigh, Mattie King Davis Gallery, Beaufort, Arts n’ of color, line, shape and texture. His art takes on the expression of Things, Morehead City, Chambers Art, Raleigh, and the Cary color and dynamics that capture the success of his cancer recovGallery of Artists, Cary. ery and the essence of his travels. Diana’s Workshops: FR1223, SU1208 DiGiulio has juried many scholastic art completions in recent years for the Visual Art Exchange in Raleigh and was one of the two jurors for the K-12 category for art at the 2008 North Carolina State Fair.

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Sterling Edwards www.sterlingedwards.com

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David Dunlop www.landscapesthroughtime.com David Dunlop is a modern-day old master whose luminous landscapes draw from both Renaissance techniques and contemporary science. His paintings have been shown internationally and are held in the collections of major corporations including Aetna Insurance, Citibank, Colgate Palmolive, Delta Airlines, GE Capital Corporation, IBM, Mobil and more. Galleries and institutions have granted David solo shows since 1981. 2010’s first is “A Closer Look” at Silvermine Guild Arts Center, New Canaan, CT. 2009 shows included “City Collaborations,” Laura Barton’s Gallery, Westport,CT;“Landscapes & Cityscapes,” White Gallery, Lakeville, CT; “Sources of Inspiration,” Weatherburn Gallery, Naples, FL; “ NYC Viewpoints & CT Scenes” and “ NYC SoHo,” Susan Powell Fine Art, Madison, CT; and “LUSH (color),” Gallery of Contemporary Art at Sacred Heart University, Fairfield, CT. 2008 shows included “ Oil Paintings on 23K Gold Leaf, Aluminum, Steel & Copper,” Attic Gallery, Portland, OR; “Landscapes Through Time,” Weatherburn Gallery, Naples, FL; “The City and the Sea,” Lily Pad Gallery, Watch Hill, RI, and “Solo Exhibition,” The Southern Vermont Arts Center, Manchester, VT. In 2007, David Dunlop and his son Max Dunlop won the Revington Arthur Award at the 58th Annual Art of the Northeast. In 2004, David won the Jens Risom Award at the same competition, adding further to his shelf of awards. In 2000, David was chosen by New York City to paint a fiberglass cow for the Cow Parade. His cow, one of the few chosen to be auctioned, was located at 48th Street and Avenue of the Americas. David’s work has been reviewed extensively and he has been featured in The New York Times.

David’s Workshops: SA1217, SU1209

Sean Dye www.seandyestudio.com Award winning Artist Sean Dye received his MFA from Pratt Institute. He teaches painting at the University of Vermont, conducts popular workshops throughout North America. His work has appeared in The Artists Magazine, Pastel Artist International, International Artist, and The Pastel Journal. He is a member of Pastel Society of America and Vermont Pastel Society (founder) and has judged several import exhibitions. His works hang in many private and corporate collections as well as commercial galleries. His book The Mixed-Media Sourcebook was released by Watson-Guptill in 2004. He also authored Painting with Water Soluble Oils. Many of his paintings are featured in Caroline Jasper’s book Powercolor. His work also appears in North Light's book Painting the Elements: Weather Effects in Oil, Acrylic and Watercolor. His first DVD, Palette Knife Landscape, was released in 2005. His new DVD, Sean Dye’s Easy Steps to Oil Painting was released in spring 2009. He is releasing a new series of DVD’s in 2012 on Pastel, Oil, Oil Pastel and Mixed-media with Burning Oak Studios.

Sean’s Workshops: FR1203, FR1214, SA1203, SA1213, SU1203

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Sterling Edwards is a contemporary watercolor master with an extraordinary ability to translate his thoughts into expressive and often abstract paintings. Predominantly self taught, Sterling has run the gauntlet of painting styles, from photorealsim to total abstraction. Believing that there is a balance in the middle, he has developed an expressive style of painting that interprets everyday scenes and objects in a way that invites the viewer to expand their imagination and see the world as Sterling sees it. This maturity of style and daring to be original has earned Sterling the respect of his peers and art aficionados throughout the world. These qualities, combined with his ever growing popularity as an instructor, has contributed to his successful watercolor workshops throughout the United States and Canada.

Sterling’s Workshops: TH1210, TH1215, FR1210, FR1219, SA1209, SA1218

Dick Ensing www.dickensingartist.com Dick Ensing, owner of the Dutchman’s Loft studio, paints in the tradition of the French impressionist. With Cades Cove and the surrounding countryside as his inspiration; Dick says, "landscape painting in the Great Smoky Mountains is a real experience, because the light in the mountains is filtered by the atmosphere, causing the colors to have a prismatic effect. This creates a mood that captivates the feeling and beauty of Gods’ awesome power.” As the 5th generation grandson of the legendary Dutch painter Adrian VanDer Werf (1659-1722), Dick values his heritage, as Adrian was the most famous painter of his day and achieved a high level of academic perfection in all his work, even surpassing Rembrandt, who died when Adrian was 10 yrs. old. Dick has studied art with Robert Brackman, Madison Ct., William Schultz , Lenox Mass., Herb Abrams, Washington Ct., and portraiture with Illona Ross, Smithkin, N.Y. He has taught art at Arrowmount School of Art, Walters State College, and given workshops at many colleges and art leagues. Presently Dick does workshops for Jerry's Artarama, Cheapjoes Art Supplies and the Dutchmans Loft. Dick, his wife, Pat, and son, Curt, have adopted The Great Smoky Mtns. as their home.

Dick’s Workshops: TH1216, FR1222, SA1221

Phil Garrett Phil Garrett did his undergraduate work at the University of South Carolina, and the Honolulu Academy, studying under Gabor Peterdi. He received his BFA at the San Francisco Art Institute in 1974. His work is in numerous public and private collections, including the SC State Museum, Greenville County Museum and the State Collections of South Carolina and Hawaii. He is represented by Hodges-Taylor Gallery, Charlotte, North Carolina, and IF ART in Columbia South Carolina. He has completed numerous artists’ residencies, taught painting, mural painting, printmaking, and watercolor, in Museum Schools and educational programs in the Southeast. He joined the Golden Artist Colors Working Artist Program 13 years ago, and teaches acrylic painting in numerous venues. His prints and paintings are in public and private collections in the USA, Europe and Japan. In October 2005, 2006 and 2007 he lectured and taught workshops on acrylic painting methods in art schools in the cities of Osaka, Tokyo, Nagoya, Kyoto and Fukuoka, Japan sponsored by Golden Artist Colors and Turner Company of Osaka. His work will be featured in 100 Artists from The South by Ashley Rooney and published by Shiffer in early 2013.

Phil’s Workshops: TH1202, SU1214

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Kathie George

Caroline Jasper

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Kathie George, known for her friendly, informative and energetic approach to teaching, has been a popular workshop instructor for over 20 years. She enjoys working in many different media, saying that moving from one to another keeps her work fresh and alive. Kathie was a finalist in Artist Magazine's 2001 and 2006 competitions, and her work was featured in their 2001 and 2003 Limited Edition Calendars, as well as Splash 11 and Splash 12. She has authored 4 watercolor books and is a signature member of the Ohio Watercolor Society and Florida Watercolor Society. Kathie is represented by Dovetail Gallery in Egg Harbour, Wisconsin and her work is featured in the April 2001 issue of American Artist and the August 2005 issue of Artist Sketchbook magazine. Visit her Web site: www.kathiegeorge.com

Kathie’s Workshops: TH1211, FR1211, SA1210

Pierre Guidetti Pierre Guidetti - Co-owner, CEO and founder of Savoir Faire, art supply specialist for 30 years, he has worked with some of the most famous contemporary artists in the world. Pierre has been invited to be a part of many panel discussions as well as lectured at: the National Gallery, Art Institute of Chicago, Pennsylvania Art Academy, New York Art Student League, San Francisco Art Institute, Scottsdale School of Art, UCLA, and SCAD. He has contributed to books and articles on art techniques and materials. Most recently, he has been the driving force behind a new book on the history of Sennelier, to be released during the Summer of 2012.

Pierre’s Workshops: TH1228

Karlyn Holman www.karlynholman.com Karlyn Holman has had a studiogallery for over 41 years and enjoys a full schedule of teaching workshops and painting in her studio. Karlyn's watercolor paintings reflect a special kind of exuberance for her native area of Lake Superior and her travels around the world. Her paintings could be described as realism based on abstract structure. She has illustrated five children's picture books. She has written three books on watercolor techniques, Watercolor- The Spirit of Spontaneity, Watercolor Fun and Free, and Searching for the Artist Within. Karlyn has taught on location in England, Italy, Norway, Sweden, Russian, Guatemala, Greece, France, Portugal, Austria, Yucatan, China, Hong Kong, Bangkok, Singapore, Bulgaria, Switzerland, and on three cruises in the Caribbean. She has an MA in Art from the University of Wisconsin and has taught at the college level for ten years. She makes her home in Washburn, Wisconsin.

Karlyn’s Workshops: SA1216, SA1232, SU1207

Contemporary Impressionist Caroline Jasper’s paintings are “always about the light," says the artist. "It can dramatize any ordinary place or thing." Red is her trademark. Each of her colorful landscape, water, or still life scenes begins on red ground, which serves to invigorate visual interaction against loosely applied color marks. A recognized colorist, Jasper authored books “POWERCOLORMaster Color Concepts for All Media”, and “Painters’ Guide and Color Manual”, the DVD “COLOR MOVES-Painting Water With Oils”, and is also featured in Sean Dye’s book, “Painting With Water Soluble Oils”. She has been featured in periodicals such as Focus Santa Fe, Northlight Magazine, Artists’ Magazine, Décor, and American Artist Magazine, including her article, “I See Red”. A Maryland Institute College of Art MFA, Jasper has thirty plus years of teaching experience during which she has been high school art department chair, Maryland College of Art and Design Admissions Advisory Board member, exhibition juror, gallery and college lecturer. Her paintings have been acclaimed in juried shows and gallery and museum exhibitions throughout the United States. She currently delivers workshops in expo and independent venues nationwide. Jasper’s paintings are held in corporate and private collections internationally. Galleries in Arizona, Texas, and Vermont represent her work.

Caroline’s Workshops: TH1204, FR1204, FR1215, SA1204, SA1214

Tom Jones www.tomjonesartist.com A resident of Central Florida, Tom has been commissioned by government agencies, corporations, environmental groups, clubs, and private collectors. In answer to popular demand, he typically produces his watercolor landscapes in a series of three or five paintings around a specific theme. His art can be found internationally in many private and corporate collections, including commissioned paintings displayed in the Florida State Capital Building, Walt Disney World Corporation, Marriott Corporation, Omni Corporation, and Museums. Tom's work has been featured in many books and on magazine covers as well as posters and brochures. Tom shares his passion for art and love of nature with students of varying skill levels through international workshops, demonstrations, and instructional DVDs.

Tom’s Workshops: TH1221, FR1206, FR1227, SA1226

Linda Kemp www.mergetel.com A full time artist, Linda Kemp frequently instructs and lectures at national symposiums and watercolour workshops throughout Canada, The United States and The UK. She was the recipient of the 2005 Woman of Distinction Award for Arts and Culture and in 2008 received the AJ Casson Medal for Outstanding Achievement in Watercolour, the top award for the Canadian Society of Painters in Watercolour National Juried Exhibition. Linda is internationally recognized for her unique contemporary watercolours and innovative use of negative painting. She is the author of Watercolor Painting Outside the Lines - A Positive Approach to Negative Painting (North Light pub.) and the accompanying video (Teaching Art Videos) by the same title. Her paintings have been featured in Twenty Wonders, American Artist Magazine, Watercolor Magic, International Artist, Watermedia Focus, Palette Magazine and The Watercolour Gazette.

Linda’s Workshops: TH1205, FR1205, FR1216, SA1205

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Kimberlee Maselli kimberleemaselli.com

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Michael Kirk Michael Kirk is an artist/professor at Parsons The New School for Design, NYC and Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, who has been teaching silk screen as well as other print related classes for over 30 years. He exhibits his work widely and has worked to develop prints with other leading artists. Michael is recognized as one of the premier screenprinting experts in the nation. Artist / Printmaker. MFA: Pratt Institute, NY. Awards: NY Foundation for the Arts, ED Foundation; Cameret Sur Mer, France Residency; Lofoton, Norway Residency. Selected Exhibitions: Gimpel and Weitzenhoffer Gallery, NYC; Cork Gallery, Lincoln Center, NYC; The Print Club, Philadelphia, PA; Instituto Cultural Peruano Norteamericano, Lima, Peru; Norske Grafikere, Oslo, Norway. Selected Collections: The Brooklyn Museum, NY; Philadelphia Museum of Art, PA; Library of Congress, Smithsonian Institute, Washington,DC; National Museum of Art, Washington, DC; Municipal Council, Moracado, Venezuela.

Michael’s Workshops: FR1230

Kimberlee Maselli's artwork explores a wide range of subject matter, with a strong focus on landscapes, coastal and woodland scenes. Her love of the natural beauty of the countryside, the vibrancy of the city and the tranquility of the sea is clearly reflected in her works. Her bold brushstrokes, palette knife texture and vibrant use of color leads the eye into her paintings and the viewer is invited to explore the subtle complexities and unfolding narrative. Kimberlee’s paintings are regularly juried into national and international competitions, and she has received numerous awards for her work. Her work has been published in Art Collector, American Artist, Acrylic Artist, Natural Awakenings and ArtSee magazine and can also be found in the corporate collections of Duke Raleigh Hospital, Bowe Group, Capital Bank, UNC School of Nursing, Chroma, Glenaire, Daler-Rowney, Capitol Financial Solutions, and SoftWorks Innovations. A popular workshop instructor in both oils and acrylics, Maselli offers classes throughout the year. As a Chroma Teaching Artist she has been pivotal in helping professional artists and university students learn how to use this exciting new type of acrylic. She recently produced two new instructional videos for Daler-Rowney and has been leading and organizing creativity retreats for the past 10 years. Kimberlee actively participates in the community to help foster the arts and is on several Executive Boards.

Kimberlee’s Workshops: TH1219, FR1225, SU1215

Camille LaPointe-Lyons www.camillelapointelyons.com Camille LaPointe-Lyons - Camille has worked as an art instructor and illustrator for more than twenty years. Currently she teaches painting and illustration courses at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco and is the Resident Artist for Savoir-Faire. At this time, she is illustrating an historical novel, providing illustrations for a public school program and developing an acrylic painting book. Her passion for learning and creating art began as a small child. She has earned a BFA from California College of the Arts, a Secondary Teacher’s Credential from California State University, an MFA in progress from the Academy of Art University, Graduate studies in Humanities at Dominican University, and summer studies from the University of Valencia, Spain. Camille’s artwork has been published in American Artist Drawing and Watercolor Magazines. In 2008, she wrote a monthly article for American Artist online Magazine titled: ”Ask the Expert” where she answered technical questions for artists in all media. She has exhibited and offered painting workshops nation-wide and Europe.

Camille’s Workshops: TH1217, FR1234

Brenda Mattson www.brendamattson.com From the moment Brenda's grandfather gave her a set of oil paints, at the age of eight, she has dreamed of becoming a great artist. She was able to keep the dream, even through the detours life can throw at you. The need to learn and improve was, and still is, strong enough to keep that desire burning. Brenda is noted for her extraordinary ability to excel at portraits, landscapes, florals and animals with a realism that many can only dream of. Brenda works in a variety of mediums from pencil, soft pastels, oil, encaustic and clay to name a few. She has embraced photography, which is especially useful in her travels. Mattson is active in promoting art through the many organizations she belongs to and through teaching workshops across the U.S. and abroad. Brenda's students enjoy her "hands on" teaching approach. She wants each student to identify and develop their own style. She shares what she has learned about light, shadows, color, composition, foreground, background, detail and techniques to help nurture that style. Teaching allows Brenda to meet people and travel, two things she enjoys as much as painting. Brenda is a Signature Member of the Pastel Society of America, exhibition chairperson for the International Association of Pastel Societies, a member of the Portrait Society of America, historian for the Great Lakes Pastel Society, member of the Southwest Florida Society, the Salmagundi Club of NYC and the Art Alliance. Brenda has been published in many books and art magazines, her work is displayed in several art galleries and her name is used to promote some of her favorite art supplies.

Brenda’s Workshops: TH1220, FR1226, SA1223

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Paul McCormack

Ken Muenzenmayer

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Paul W. McCormack was born in Rahway, New Jersey in 1962. He received his formal art training at DuCret School of the Arts where he later became a faculty member. Sharing his knowledge on the fine art of portraiture, he has also been on the faculties of the New Jersey Center for the Visual Arts, the Somerset Art Association, and the Newark Museum. Displaying equal skill and depth with his works in both oils and watercolors, he has exhibited widely with various establishments; these include the National Arts Club (NYC), the Salmagundi Club (NYC), the American Watercolor Society, the Montclair Arts Museum (NJ), the Noyes Museum (NJ) and the Butler Institute of American Art (OH). Mr. McCormack is also an elected member of the Allied Artists of America, the NJ Watercolor Society and the Hudson Valley Art Association. Paul resides in the Hudson Valley with his wife and eternal muse Karen, son Daniel, and daughter Abigail Rose. He also shares his home with one slightly deranged yellow lab, an obese black cat, various fish of questionable species, two praying mantids, a vocal alpha-goose, several subordinate ducks, and an overwhelmingly large PEZ dispenser collection. For additional information and to view more of Paul's work visit his personal website: www.paulwmccormack.com.

Paul’s Workshops: TH1208, FR1208, SA1208

Suzanne McNeill blog.suzannemcneill.com Suzanne McNeill-Sparks is dedicated to creativity. Her award-winning paintings are known for happy colors, imaginative Zentangle® details, and creative inspiration. Suzanne’s expressive paintings have been referred to as ‘Happy Art’. She was voted ‘Designer of the Year’ by the Craft & Hobby association, has a degree in art from SMU and has authored over 20 books. You can contact her at suzannebmcneill@hotmail.com. Or visit her blog at www.blog.suzannemcneill.com.

Ken Muenzenmayer works in acrylics on a textured surface fracturing the painted stroke into minute pieces and creating a visual blending and depth of color to create his paintings. He works in acrylics for their versatility and ready painting surface. They not only lend themselves to transparent glazes, but also, they convey an opaque character that create and enhance contrast. Through his layering of colors, he creates a luminosity, which captures not only the beauty of a landscape, but the spirit of the place as well. Ken Muenzenmayer’s paintings can be found in major corporate and private collections throughout the United States. His strong compositions and unique approach to acrylic painting has earned him numerous top awards.

Ken’s Workshops: TH1224, SU1210, SU1218

Dan Nelson If you combine three parts painter, two and a half parts musician, a pound or two of inventor, and a heaping tablespoon of show-off . . . you just might come up with a Dan Nelson, Art Adventurer Extraordinaire. Dan made his living for decades as a freelance illustrator, winning competitions in everything from street painting to sand sculpture. At the same time he began mesmerizing audiences by producing 8-by-10-foot masterpieces in the streets and parks of Raleigh, North Carolina, his hometown. Besides setting up his plein air easel anywhere from California to France, Dan spends much of his time doing Live Art Performances in cities large and small, painting at festivals, concerts, and fundraisers. He has painted for the NC Symphony, the Carolina Hurricanes, IBM, Glaxo Smith Kline, and many of the major Corporations across the Triangle and beyond.

Dan’s Workshops: TH1203, TH1214, FR1224, SU1211

Suzanne’s Workshops: TH1223, FR1229, SA1228

Bob Rankin www.bobrankin.com

David Modler David R. Modler is an artist/educator born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland. He earned his Bachelor of Science and Master of Education in Art Education from Towson State University, and taught elementary art for fifteen years. David recently earned a Master of Fine Arts in Drawing and Painting from James Madison University (JMU) in Harrisonburg, Virginia, and now holds a teaching position at Appalachian State University in Boone, North Carolina. In 2005, David and Eric teamed up to officially become the Journal Fodder Junkies (JFJ), and they have been dedicated to spreading the power and the joy of the visual journal to all who seek creative release. David and Eric have continued to provide workshops, presentations, and seminars to teachers, students, and artists throughout the country, and they have coauthored the bestselling book, The Journal Junkies Workshop: Visual Ammunition for the Art Addict, published in 2010 by North Light Books.

Bob Rankin studied and received his B.S. Degree in Art Education at East Carolina University. He also studied extensively in London, Paris, Amsterdam, Rome, Florence, Venice and Athens before teaching Art in the Wake County Public School System for over 25 years. He has been in several one-man shows including New York, North Carolina, Florida, Colorado as well as Marrakech, Morocco. Bob has permanent collections in several corporations around the country and his works have appeared in productions and magazines. Bob has won numerous awards over the years: Best Painting in Show - NC State Fair, North Carolina Secondary Art Educator of the Year to name a few.

Bob’s Workshops: TH1207

David’s Workshops: SA1224, SU1204

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Meet the Instructors

James Sulkowski www.jamessulkowski.com

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Mike Rooney www.mikerooneystudios.com I love to paint. I have painted all my life. But now I want to paint every single day. My style is very eclectic, never really following a set pattern. I like to go outside without a preconceived method or formula. I approach each painting differently and like to experiment, to shake things up a little. I'm a full-time plein air painter, deliberately choosing the outdoors to a comfortable studio. Bugs, pesky by-standers and bad weather are just a few of the inconveniences I endure to capture the colors and nuances of nature. My subject matter varies, but I love painting outside year round, near the coast from Cape Cod in the late summer, to Key West in the winter, and all points in between. They say paint what you love most. That's the coast, with its boats, marshes and architecture, etc., so I try to be there painting most of the time. I also love Charleston, SC and paint there often too. Sometimes a scene stops me in my tracks and I just have to paint it. This definitely requires a flexible schedule because spontaneity is crucial to a plein air artist. I want to have the ability to determine my own course in life and to paint the world, as I see it, everyday.

Mike’s Workshops: FR1233, SA1231, SU1212

Eric Scott www.journalfodderjunkies.com Eric Scott –is an artist/educator born and raised in Washington, Pennsylvania. He earned his Bachelor of Science in Art Education from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania, and currently lives in Purcellville VA. Eric recently earned certification from the National Board of Professional Teaching Standards (NBPTS), and teaches high school art for Loudoun County Public Schools. In 2005, David and Eric teamed up to officially become the Journal Fodder Junkies (JFJ), and they have been dedicated to spreading the power and the joy of the visual journal to all who seek creative release. David and Eric have continued to provide workshops, presentations, and seminars to teachers, students, and artists throughout the country, and they have coauthored the best selling book, The Journal Junkies Workshop: Visual Ammunition for the Art Addict, published in 2010 by North Light Books.

Eric’s Workshops: SA1224, SU1204

JAMES SULKOWSKI is a classical artist in the tradition of the Masters. His adherence to Old Master concepts and techniques gives his work both timeless and luminous qualities. His dramatic effects of light and use of deep, rich color have attracted private, corporate and public collectors worldwide including former President and Mrs. George H. W. Bush, the Saudi Arabian Royal Family and the Metropolitan Opera of New York. He has appeared in and written articles for several national magazines including AMERICAN ARTIST, AMERICAN ART REVIEW, US ART, AMERICA’S CIVIL WAR AND ART & ANTIQUES. M. Stephen Doherty, former Editor-in-Chief of American Artist Magazine has said of Mr. Sulkowski, “I’ve always admired his work.” James’ work has been published by NORTH LIGHT BOOKS in THE BEST OF FLOWER PAINTING 1 & 2. Among his many awards is the Helen DeCozen Award for Best Floral Painting.

James’ Workshops: TH1201, FR1201, SA1201, SU1201

Michele Theberge www.micheletheberge.com Michele Théberge’s collectors and fans treasure the quiet, ephemeral quality of her drawings, paintings and installations constructed from simple materials such as paper, paint, fabric, mylar, foil and pins. Her meditative art captures the essence of an idea or a moment in time through the simplest of means. Collected internationally, her work has been exhibited in museums, art fairs and galleries in New York, Osaka, London, Hong Kong, San Francisco, Miami and the United Arab Emirates. As a recognized expert in acrylic painting materials and methods, Michele travels the U.S. and Canada inspiring thousands of artists from beginners to established professionals with the latest techniques and materials. Her popular online Artist Mentorship Program www.themindfulartist.com teaches up-and-coming artists how to tap into their creativity at a deeper level, and move into the realm of professional artist. More experienced artists appreciate Michele’s gifts for helping them stay focused and effective in their studio practice and marketing. She holds an MFA degree from California College of the Arts, a BFA from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and a BA from Tufts University.

Michele’s Workshops: TH1206, FR1217

Karen Vernon www.karenvernon.com

Karen Vernon has worked in watercolor for over fifty years and has taught watercolor workshops for more Carol Ann Sherman than 30 years. Her paintings have dewww.carolannshermanstudio.com veloped a worldwide market and That old saying “Love is lovelier the hang in museum and corporate collecsecond time around” proved to hold tions in Europe, the United States and true with my art. I finally found a way throughout the world. She is a memto fill that vacant spot in my life. I have ber of Who’s Who in American Art and since decided to make my art my partWho’s Who in America and holds signature memberships in sevner, my companion and my love for life. eral notable watercolor societies. She is the founder of ACT, Artist Changing Tomorrow and was a part and invitation group of 50 I am currently employing watercolors, artists and one of the three watercolorists whose works toured as acrylics, batik and just a pinch of colpart of the national museum exhibition, “Sea to Shining Sea.” lage in my work. I do find the figure Ms. Vernon’s paintings are a unique presentation of traditional and its situation to be the most intriguing subject matter. I find the speechless animal emotion to talk louder than words at times. watercolor on Aquabord. Her paintings reflect an extreme underI feel it necessary to give voice to what I consider to be underlying standing of color luminosity and a technical mastery of the emotion in our world. I like my paintings to portray a well written medium. Vernon’s students applaud her for her openness and her skill in communicating the lessons. Students have complimented novel composed of strong composition, vivid lively color, lines of personality and an outstanding memorable emotional quality. The her ability to move them to new ways of thinking and to a higher level in their art. best reaction I can get from a viewer is a point and a giggle!

Carol’s Workshops: SA1215, SA1225, SU1205, SU1216 Karen’s Workshops: TH1222, FR1228, SA1227

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Suzanna Winton For more than 19 years Suzanna Winton has captured the essence of the human soul through her watercolor portraits. She is the recipient of over 30 awards and has been featured in many national publications. These publications include Splash 6, The Artist's Magazine, American Artist, Watercolor Magic, Watercolor Basics, Watercolor Artist's and Practique Des Art’s, a French Watercolor Magazine. The staff of The Artist's Magazine lists her as "an artist on the rise and one of 20 artists who we believe are destined to be master painters of the future" (01/04). Suzanna is a signature member of the Florida Watercolor Society, Southern Watercolor Society and Watercolor West. Suzanna has become nationally known for her informative watercolor portrait workshops and her book, "Realistic Watercolor Portraits”. Using realistic and abstract methods in Oil, Suzanna is currently painting a series of Landscapes, People, and Animals.

Suzanna’s Workshops: SA1206, SU1206

Dominic Vignola Dominic Vignola - studied oil painting privately with noted Chicago portrait painter Joseph Allworthy. He also holds a B.A. in Education from Dominican University in River Forest, Illinois. His artwork and articles about him have appeared in The Artist Magazine, American Artist, The Artisan and Masterpiece Magazine. He has taught and demonstrated the tonal method in nationwide workshops in such locations as Vermont, Washington, D.C., California, Boston, North Carolina, Dallas, Georgia, Virginia, Philadelphia and Santa Fe. His popular private painting classes have been held in studios and schools in the Chicago area, having taught more than 1,000 students since 1982.

Dominic’s Workshops: TH1209, FR1209

Cynthia Winika Cynthia Winika is a multi-media artist who has shown her work in museums and galleries in the US and abroad. She is the principle encaustic instructor for R&F Handmade Paints and has been teaching nationally and internationally for over 15 years. She has received grants from the Women's Studio Workshop and the New York Foundation for the Arts. Her paintings and encaustic technical advice are featured in The Art of Encaustic Painting by Joanne Mattera. To view more of Cynthia's work, go to www.chelseaartgalleries.com. I have always been attracted to the saturation, sensuality, and mysterious veiled quality of beeswax based paintings; especially the Fayum mummy portraits. Painting, doing collage work, and printmaking, combined with the use of encaustic technique allows me a way of invigorating and combining these processes. This has led to my current work. I love the way I can subdue or clarify an underlying work by varying the number of wax applications. Layering with encaustic medium, scribing and filling incisions with oil paint to give a dry point look, creating multi-level, layered collages allows me to create a depth under my surface with an archeological quality, expressing the history of the process.

Cynthia’s Workshops: TH1226, FR1232, SA1230

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