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SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT TO PLEINAIR MAGAZINE

THE ULTIM ATE PLEIN A IR A RTIST WOR KSHOP GUIDE

GROWING THE PLEIN AIR COMMUNITY


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July 18: Dan Weiss, President & CEO, Metropolitan Museum of Art Weiss will share what it’s like behind the scenes at the Met. July 20: Contemporary artist Raoul Middleman – nationally known for his provocatively prolific work – will discuss his career and an upcoming biographical feature film.

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A Rich Tradition

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rt instruction extends far beyond formal educational institutions. Today, we have a variety of options for beginning or extending our art education — from years devoted to atelier study to a four-week course or weekend workshop. Which opportunity we choose depends on our personality, what we want to achieve, and how much time and money we can devote to it. Historically, art was taught in Europe via “ateliers” — French for “workshops.” In this system, burgeoning artists worked alongside masters in their studios for several years. At the core of their study was a mastery of drawing, followed by a concentration on painting or sculpture, using traditional methods and skills associated with realism. Although ateliers fell out of favor in the mid-20th century, an appreciation for the qualities they promoted was rekindled in the 1970s, and this means of study enjoyed a resurgence. Modern ateliers follow many of the same teaching principles, with an emphasis on learning to draw well. But while their predecessors focused on still life or human anatomy, many now also address the landscape and its recurring forms. For those interested in this course of study, less formal courses and workshops likewise provide access to prominent contemporary painters willing to pass on their knowledge. Workshops generally last anywhere from three to 14 days, and may offer the opportunity to travel within the United States or abroad. Typical routines include painting demonstrations by the instructor, one-on-one assistance, and critiques of student work. Not part of the organized curriculum, but no less important, are the camaraderie and support of fellow participants. United in a passion for painting and love of art, many students form lifelong friendships. Often, these newfound friends are a great resource for information about other workshop opportunities, travel advice, and helpful painting tips. If nothing else, it’s comforting to know that everyone shares the same doubts and fears — and to have someone to celebrate the successes with as well. No matter which opportunity seems right for you, it’s important to do your research. Find out as much as you can about the qualities the instructor emphasizes in his or her own work, as well as their teaching style — do they primarily like to lecture or demo for the class, or do they also offer individual advice to students as the participants work on their own paintings? What is the daily routine — how much time each day is allotted for the students to work on their own pieces? If plein air experience is a priority for you, how much time is spent outdoors? What have past students said about the experience? A number of our best-loved artists passed through the studio of Charles Gleyre, including Claude Monet, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Alfred Sisley, and James Abbott McNeill Whistler. The atelier of Léon Bonnat produced another star-studded lineup of artists, each displaying their own unique style, including Marius Vasselon, Raoul Dufy, Thomas Eakins, John Singer Sargent, and Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. Closer to home, Frederic Edwin Church studied at the side of Thomas Cole for two years, then passed on his knowledge to students of his own. Indeed, you can trace the lineage of many Western European and North American masters to an atelier or similar course of study. Fortunately, that rich tradition continues today. The following pages are chock-full of opportunities for you to take the first (or next) step on your painting journey. Which one is right for you? KELLY KANE Editor-in-Chief PleinAir Magazine

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Cover Photo: Artists painting at the Romel de la Torre & Tim C. Tyler workshop hosted by Workshops in France.


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Join us at Massachusetts College of Art and Design’s Art New England Workshops Program. Our weeklong classes, designed for all levels, are taught by experienced artist/teachers. Find a fresh path in your current medium or try something new in painting, printmaking, ceramics, sculpture, or book making. Workshops take place on the Bennington College campus and include full day instruction (Monday-Friday 9 am–4 pm plus Sunday evening and Saturday morning). Studios are open and active 24 hours. On-site accommodations include all meals.

Plein Air or Hybrid Plein Air classes for 2019: Week One July 14-20 Altering the Landscape with Celia Reisman Landscape Painting with Christopher Chippendale Week Two July 21-27 Interiors: Painting the Intimate and Immense with Matt Klos The Plein Air Challenge with Elizabeth O’Reilly Week Three July 28-August 3 Figure It In with David Campbell and Brian Rego Exploring the Terra Incognita: Landscape Painting and the Process of Translation with Daniel Riesmeyer

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THE ART OF TEACHING AND STUDYING ART  BY CHRISTINE LASHLEY 

Instructor Christina Lashley shares some tips with her students. (Photo by Michael Shibley)

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never aspired to teach art. A stubborn introvert as a teen, I hated public speaking, plus I never wanted to hear my own teacher’s comments about my work. Fate intervened about 20 years ago, however, in the form of several women who saw my paintings on exhibit and pestered me until I agreed to lead them in a class. I was shocked to find that I actually enjoyed it — and so did the students. Today, I see about 60 students per week for local classes and conduct travel workshops in the United States and abroad. Without my teaching experience, I know I would not be the artist I am today.

BENEFITS OF TEACHING • Clarification: Concepts are clarified in your mind as you teach them to others. • Reliability: Predictable income supplements art sales that fluctuate. • Disciplined time to paint: The practice of consistently producing a demo for students (regardless of inspiration or light conditions) has helped me to focus in the studio, and to perform faster outdoors for plein air work.

Lashley critiques students’ work. (Photo by Marjory Moskowitz)

• Travel: As a teacher, all travel expenses are paid for workshops. • A chance to give back: Art is a wonderful thing to share. Artists through the centuries have passed along knowledge student-to-teacher, and many painters feel this is fulfilling part of what it means to be an artist.

STRATEGIES FOR THE BEGINNING TEACHER • Volunteer: Teach a class, give a demo, or offer assistance at a local school or senior center. • Prepare: When I started, I tested every demo in advance and made handouts to organize my thoughts. (I didn’t make much per hour in these early days, as I spent a huge amount of time preparing.) • Start small: Teach a friend or relative, then ask for feedback on how the process was for them. • Remember what it felt like to be a student: Would you rather “copy from that stack of National Geographics” (as one teacher instructed me)? Or would you rather draw from life, and be taught line, shape, and color with varied media?

In hindsight, I am grateful I had talented teachers and ones who disappointed me. I learned from both.

CLASS NUTS AND BOLTS — AND WHERE TO GET STUDENTS • Have a good website: List your classes, show examples of your work, and have a bio of accomplishments. Provide a supply list and links to resources. • Maintain a mailing list: Send an e-mail newsletter about upcoming workshops, classes, and exhibits. • Network with a school, art store, or art foundation: Staff will often handle enrollment, advertise classes, and have a pre-existing student base. Have a contract so expectations are clear. Organizations take a percentage of the tuition. • Try something new: Consider a Sip and Paint, where the instructor shows a final painting, and students follow steps to completion while sipping wine. I have not done this myself, but they are popular and it could be a good way to break into teaching, which brings me to my next point:

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• Know your strengths and weaknesses: I dislike step-by-step teaching where everyone paints the same image with the same colors. Instead, I like to paint on location and show students how to see and organize what is in front of them. • Know what to charge: Fees vary widely. Tuition will depend on your experience, your resume, geographical location, travel costs, the current economy, and demand. One way to figure your rate is hourly. A per-head fee is another way to structure tuition. Research fees at local art schools. • Get your business in order: Seek advice from professionals, including an insurance agent and accountant. In addition to a business license, an EIN tax number, and a business checking account, you should have a business insurance policy for liability. Make sure your insurance policy covers you overseas if needed. Look into becoming an LLC. Check for any county or residential restrictions or permits. Workshop students should have travel insurance.

Santorini, Greece, Christine Lashley, 2016, watercolor, 12 x 9 in., private collection, plein air

APPRECIATING THE ARTISTIC PROCESS • Embrace mistakes in student art: Most students (especially beginners) think they need a lot of one-on-one attention because they are afraid to make a mistake. Mistakes are part of the learning process. Encourage independent painting. Don’t hover near the student with instant corrections. Tailor advice to each student based on individual needs. • Encourage individuality: Not all students will want to paint the same thing, or even do your lesson for the day. • Give your students permission to play: Unfortunately, getting “a perfect trophy painting” is often a student’s main goal. Instead, encourage exploration. • The bottom line: Easel-side personalized assistance at intervals in the painting process is more important overall than telling students how to do something. Individual advice (about artists to study, ideas to explore, techniques to try) is the best way to have students move forward on their journey in art.

PITFALLS TO AVOID • Don’t overload students with too much information: Break things down into manageable steps. Offer focused tasks for the day (for example, negative shapes, aerial perspective, or mixing fall tree colors). Consider how one lesson might flow into the next to build skills. For example, focus on a portrait of a tree (shapes) to start, then a study in aerial perspective (atmospheric color), and a mountain scene for the final lesson, which combines all the prior concepts. 8

Paris Bistro, France, Christine Lashley, 2018, watercolor, 6 x 5 in., collection the artist, plein air

• Allow proper time: Students need time to clean up and chitchat as people exit the class. • Have a cancellation policy: If you don’t, you may find that you are wasting your time preparing for lessons that do not happen. • Expect the unexpected: I am astonished at the new ways the universe likes to surprise me in class. Try to handle issues such as illness, personality clashes, and equipment snafus with grace. Understand that many students just want to do well in a workshop or class, and strong feelings of anxiety or insecurity can pop up. • The customer is (almost) always right: Don’t forget that you are a hired person offering a service. Students have paid for your time, and they have a choice in with whom to study. Go the extra mile for your students, but understand that there are times when you can’t please everyone. Solicit feedback, and listen. • Ask before touching or correcting a student’s painting: Personally, I think that because we are in a visual line of pursuit, a visual correction is a better, faster way of showing a student what to do versus just talking about it. I often paint on students’ paintings. Most students will be fine with it, but a few are not. Respect preferences.

GETTING BETTER

Students sketch on site in Siena, Italy.

• Have patience: As the instructor, it is your job to understand the concept. Students may be hearing it for the first time. You may have to repeat yourself many times and reinforce the concept with varied examples. • Don’t do a demo that is too long or too perfect: Aim for one-hour maximum; a half-hour is better. Show enough to demonstrate a concept, but get students working as soon as possible to reinforce the learning process. Demonstrating a larger, more time-consuming painting on occasion is okay.

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• Continue to learn: Rediscover what it’s like to be a student and take a workshop with an instructor you admire, or try something new that will expand your skill set — this will help you teach a wide variety of students. Immerse yourself in the joy of learning. It’s lovely to watch someone else do a demo, critique, or lecture, or handle a class problem. Read all you can about art, experiment with new ideas, and visit exhibitions. • Connect with other artists: Plein air events, art conventions, and lectures are great places to share ideas and meet other artists. Take a trip with a few art friends to a museum or an art-rich environment, such as New York City. • Co-teach a workshop with a friend: Share ideas and have fun, with only half the responsibility of the teaching load. • Learn from your students: Keep an open mind and you will see that in the end you learn as much from your students as, hopefully, they learn from you. The curious brain is one and the same as the artistic brain. For instructor and student alike, it’s important to see learning as a journey rather than an end goal. If we stop, we face stagnation and repetition. An art teacher for over 20 years, CHRISTINE LASHLEY (christinelashley.com) teaches workshops locally and internationally.


What to Consider When Seeking a Workshop or Class Taking a class or workshop is making an investment in yourself and your artwork. Here are a few tips to make sure you get the most from the experience. Lashley demonstrates her process. (Photo by Diane Falconer)

The day’s lessons are put into practice in the Bahamas.

Students gather to share the scenery and support.

The instructor and her students draw inspiration from the National Cathedral in Washington, D.C.

Lashley paints in the French Riviera.

FINDING THE RIGHT ONE FOR YOU • Find artists you admire online. Sign up to be notified about workshops or classes. • Target artistic goals — do you want to learn to draw more accurately, loosen up, or approach value more confidently? • Is location important? Travel desires can narrow your choice. • Examine the ratio of travel to art making. Tourist stops + multiple locations = less painting time. • Study accommodations to make sure they meet any special needs (no stairs, private rooms, etc.). • Ask friends for recommendations. Look for blog postings that describe the experience of a class or teacher. • Beware the “wait until I’m ready” mentality. You may never be fully ready. The purpose of a workshop is to immerse yourself in art in a learning environment. OVERCOMING FIRST-TIME JITTERS • Remember that everyone started as a beginner; nobody is born painting. • Skill levels are often subjective. If you are unsure about the skill level required for a workshop or class, or want to know if you would fit in, ask. If a workshop is described as intermediate/advanced, a motivated beginner can often prepare by taking a basic class, reading books, watching videos, and practicing techniques. Enthusiastic students with a positive attitude are a joy to have in class. • Art is like swimming; you are either in the water or not. There are many skills to acquire, and you can learn them with practice. Even a natural swimmer can improve with tips from a great coach. MAXIMIZING YOUR EXPERIENCE • Organize your materials well ahead of the workshop. Examine the supply list and order any items needed. Try everything out before you travel (paints, backpack, easel, etc.). • Don’t overpack, and if traveling by air, research how to pack art supplies for an airplane.  • Reconcile with the fact that the paintings you make in class may not reflect your current skill level. This can be very difficult if you have a lot of prior art experience and training, but growth happens by working outside your comfort zone.  • Speak up if you need help. Also, it’s nice to give feedback if you are learning and having a good time. • Take care of yourself. Bring your favorite healthy snacks and food. Take a nap if you feel exhausted. • Banish competitive thoughts or feelings that your work is not good enough. No awards are given. The prize is knowledge and experience. Appreciate your fellow students’ creativity and the many ways a subject can be painted. • Have an open mind. Be humble and don’t have answers. Be curious. Play. • Be fully present at the workshop. Put away digital devices. Handwritten notes and sketches allow more data to enter your brain than the crutch of many photos. • Continue your artistic growth at home. New skills require practice to become ingrained.  Artist Workshop Guide 2019/www.pleinairmagazine.com

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THE ART OF CONVERSATION

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LYME ART ASSOCIATION 2019 Workshops

Jordon Sokol

Rachele Nyssen

Cynthia Rosen 2019 Workshops David Dunlop

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Rose Painting April 26 - 28

David Dunlop

Landscape Painting June 1 - 2

Eileen Eder

Summer Plein Air June 24 - 27

Jordon Sokol

The Figure in Oil June 24 - 28

Joshua LaRock

The Luminous Portrait July 9 - 12

Jon deMartin

Life Drawing July 15 - 19

Rachele Nyssen

Manchester, VT: July 26-28th Immersing in Color Svac.org/workshops-classes/ or jdearborn@svac.org Bridgewater, NJ: September 6-8th To Romp in the World of Color TingTing Hsu - yorkartstudio@gmail.com 908.392.0998

The Elegant Still Life July 22 - 26

Jackson, NH - September 13-14th A Passion for Color - A palette knife plein air workshop Jacksonartnh.com or Melanie Levitt 603.387.3463

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Luminous Cloudscapes | March 23-26, Lexington KY Painting Atmospherics | April 7-9, OPAS Convention, Columbus, OH PACE Faculty | April 24-28, San Francisco, CA Plein Air South Faculty | May 12-16, Port St. Joe, FL Painting Water in Oil | August 19-21, Crooked Tree Arts Center, Traverse City, MI Painting Water in Oil | December 5-7, Lexington KY Waterscapes | February 7-9, 2020, Three Hearts Studio Farm, Newnan, GA Painting Atmospherics in the Landscape | March 5-8, 2020, Scottsdale Artists’ School, Scottsdale, AZ

EVENTS

Maui Plein Air Painting Invitational | Maui, HI Forgotten Coast En PleinAir | Port St. Joe, FL Door County Plein Air Festival | Fish Creek, WI Timeless Legacy | Hockaday Museum, Kalispell, MT Paint Grand Traverse | Traverse City, MI Plein Air Texas | San Angelo, TX

February 24-March 2, 2019 March 24-30, 2019

with Michelle Chrisman Beginners: Find Your Inner O’Keeffe and Find Yourself July 7-13, 2019

with Anna Koster Pastels for Everyone July 7-13, 2019

with Diane Arenberg

Please don’t hesitate to reach out if you’re interested in learning more! Happy painting in the meantime.

Paint the Desert in Oils July 14-20, 2019

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John Hewitt Unique painting opportunities in stunning location in Greece!

art tours/workshops 2019

Week-long courses June/July/early September 2019 BOTANICAL PAINTING - WILD AND GARDEN FLOWERS OF SOUTH PELION 07 to 4 June 30 August to 06 September NATURE’S SUMMER BOUNTIES 28 June to 05 July PELION VILLAGE WATERCOLOURS SECRET MANSIONS AND SHADY CORNERS 05 to 12 July

“The Bridger” watercolor 22x30

Yosemite March 28-30 KChapelle@Yosemiteconservancy.org

Greek isles June 4-24 $5000 all expenses (only one room left) *6 days of tuition with fully experienced teacher (RHS Silver-Gilt Medal 2018), passionate about her subject and students - courses are suitable for all levels

Albion/Mendocino

*Non-participants welcome

Aug 18-25

*Materials will be provided, including a board on which to work, or bring your own watercolours

room and class $700

*Excursions to suit the particular course

Scotland’s Abbotsford Castle Sept 28-Oct 4 room and class $1200 for two (2 rooms left)

Patagonia Jan/Feb TBA 2020 MEDITERRANEAN CENTRE for ART, GARDENS, PLANTS, and DESIGN http://www.lagouraxi.com/lgr2_wp/course/2019_Painting_04_ Sm.pdf

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contact

johnhewitt@mcn.org johnhewittart.com


2019 WORKSHOPS at

Scheduled Workshops 2019 February 18 – 21, 2019 Michael Holter Plein Air Water Color Impressionism $1395 March 4 – 8, 2019 Nancy Tankersley The Importance of Shape in The Landscape Studio & PleinAir - Oil $1395

OPEN HOUSE Instructor Exhibit and Paint Out January 19, 9am-3pm

March 25 – 28, 2019 Laurel Daniel Composing the Hill Country Oil Plein Air $1395

KEY ELEMENTS OF PLEIN AIR PAINTING George Van Hook February 22-24, $525

May 6 – 9, 2019 Skip Whitcomb Advanced Concepts for Outdoor Painting $1495

OUT OF THE BOX OUTDOORS Lon Brauer and David Boyd, Jr. March 22, $145 FULL: COMPOSITION IN SKETCHING AND PAINTING Charlie Hunter April 29-May 1, $525 GOUACHE OUTDOORS Tiffany Mang July 12-13, $350 PERSPECTIVE IN THE LANDSCAPE & LIMITED PALETTE Greg Summers September 13-15, $525 MAKING ART OUTDOORS John Lasater October 4-6, $525

Paint and learn on Cypress Creek in the Texas Hill Country. Learn from top instructors while staying at Creehaven Inn & Spa. Successfully hosting workshops since 2013. www.wimberleyartistworkshops.com 512-847-9344

TAKING THE CHAOS OUT OF PAINTING Bill Farnsworth November 1-3, $525 4328 Roscoe Road, Newnan, GA 30263 www.studioschoolthreeheartsfarm.com

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FREDERICKSBURG ARTISTS’ SCHOOL COMMITTED TO EXCELLENCE IN ART EDUCATION All Classes Currently Scheduled

OGUNQUIT Summer School of ART Painting Workshops

DANIEL GERHARTZ

PORTRAIT-Training The Eye To See February 4-7, 2019 Tuition $1,250 + $60 Model Fee

DOUGLAS FRYER

THE PERFECT PLACE FOR ARTISTS TO GATHER WE BRING IN THE BEST Workshops • Lectures • Demos • Online classes • Exhibitions • Competitions • Weekly classes • Special Events WORKSHOPS: z z z z z z

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Colin Page- March Mick McAndrews- March Hai-Ou Hou- March Larry Moore- April George Van Hook- April Russian Plein Air tripJune: Hai-Ou Hou oil Vladislav Yeliseyev watercolor Patrick Saunders- July Zhaoming Wu- August Andy Evanson- October Randall Sexton- October Charlie Hunter- November David Santillanes- December

TBA: z z z z z z z z z

Hui Han Lui Kevin MacPherson Mary Whyte Quang Ho John Michael Carter C.W. Mundy Marc Hanson Nancie King Mertz Stewart White

EVENTS: z z z z z z z

Art Exhibitions Students Shows Weekly Classes Lectures Demos Open Studios Special Events

Chesapeake FineArtStudio.com 609 Thompson Creek Road Stevensville, MD 21666 410-200-8019

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Landscape Oil February 25 - March 1, 2019 Tuition $695

CHANTEL BARBER

Capturing Character In Portrait With Chantel Acrylic and Oil March 4-8, 2019 Tuition $525 plus $30 model fee

MARK FEHLMAN

Oil Painting-Study To Studio March 11- March 15, 2019 Tuition $650

Jon Redmond

IRELAND

Jun 10-14, 2019

CAROLYN ANDERSON Figure / Portrait Oil & pastel March 19-22, 2019 Tuition $725+ $50 model fee

DIANE EUGSTER

Painting The Expressive Figure In Oil April 1-4, 2019 Tuition $495 + $40 model fee

KIM CASEBEER

Landscape-indoor/outdoor Oil/Pastel April 8-12, 2019 Tuition $595

Joe Paquet

MAINE

Sept 17-20, 2019

PHIL BOB BORMAN Landscape April 22-26, 2019 Tuition $625

KAYE FRANKLIN, OPA/PSA Indoor/Outdoor Oil/Pastel May 4-7, 2019 Tuition $525

GUIDO FRICK

Landscape/Still Life Oil Painting October 28 - November 1 Tuition $625

KIM LORDIER

Indoor/Outdoor Pastels November 5-8, 2019 Tuition $575

www.FBGARTSCHOOL.com bush@fbgartschool.com 830-997-0515 812 N. Llano Street, Ste A Fredericksburg, TX 78624

Tim Horn

ITALY

Oct 28-Nov 1, 2019

Donald Jurney ITALY Scott W. Prior MAINE Tom Hughes FRANCE Kevin Beers MAINE Colin PAGE ITALY

www.OgunquitArtColony.com TMBONITA@GMAIL.COM (603) 819-9100


PleinAir Festival wayne art center 2019

S U Z I E BA K E R O PA - F I N E A RT I S T

Festival Dates May 13 – 18, 2019

High and Dry, Rockport, TX, 16 x 20”, oil on linen Best in Show & Artists Choice, 2018 OPS Plein Air Southwest

2019 WORKSHOPS Crossroads at Bubbling Springs, Joe Paquet

Juror’s Demo and Talk May 19, 2019

Artists’ Workshop May 20 – 22, 2019 This workshop is ideal for those who would like an introduction to working with a prismatic palette from life or a refresher to start off their summer painting.

Maui Arts League Maui, Hawaii February 13 - 15 The Woodlands Art League The Woodlands, Texas March 27 - 29 Lafayette Art Association Lafayette, Louisiana April 11 - 13 OnTrack Studio Franklin, Tennessee October 21-24

2018 EVENTS Maui Plein Air Maui, Hawaii February 16-24

Juror Joe Paquet is an Emeritus Member of Plein Air Painters of America, and an Artist Member of the the Salmagundi Club and California Art Club.

Wayne Art Center 413 Maplewood Ave. Wayne, PA 19087 610-688-3553 For more information and to register visit: www.waynepleinair.org

wayne art center

Shadows on the Teche Plein Air New Iberia, Louisiana March 19 - 16 Olmsted Plein Air Invitational Atlanta, Georgia April 29 - May 5 Telluride Plein Air Festival Telluride, Colorado June 30 - July 6 Yellowstone Plein Air Invitational Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming September 24 - 29

DURANGO

SANTA FE

NO FEAR OIL PAINTING WITH L YN B OYER MARCH 15 - 17

The Intersection of Manmade and Natural Worlds WITH S TEPHANIE H ARTSHORN FEBRUARY 1 - 3

The Lens and Life of Expressionist Realism Bigger or Smaller? WITH BJ B RINER Using Technology to MARCH 23 & 24 Scale Your Sculpture WITH S TAR L IANA Y ORK FEBRUARY 23 Plein Air 101 – Taking it Outside WITH P EGGY I MMEL APRIL 5 - 7

Painting powerful pastels WITH N ATASHA I SENHOUR MARCH 2 & 3

Ignite Your Creativity WITH D EBORAH S USSEX APRIL 26 - 28

It’s Not Easy Painting Green WITH P EGGY I MMEL MARCH 8 - 10

Wildlife Painting and Drawing EDWARD ALDRICH MAY 10 - 12

Register Today! 970.247.3555 www.SorrelSky.com

Landscape Painting from Photographs WITH B OB R OHM APRIL 6 & 7 A Fearless Start to Watercolors WITH T AMARA R YMER APRIL 13 Printmaking

WITH M AURA A LLEN APRIL 27 & 28

The unlimited palette workshop JOHN FARNSWORTH JUNE 1 & 2

for details visit:

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The Cape School of Art In Provincetown, Massachusetts

2019 classes June-November Landscape, portrait, figure, and still life, all taught in natural light

The principles of light and color as taught by Charles Hawthorne and Henry Hensche, beginning in 1899, continue today

E-mail: info@CapeSchoolofArt.org Registrar: 617-717-9568 The Cape School of Art is a non-profit organization

For over 50 years La Romita has provided artists with the space, time, and inspiration to focus on their art amid the beauty of central Italy and camaraderie of like-minded people.

Focus on your creative journey without distractions or compromises. We will handle the rest.

William Rogers Workshops 2019 Capturing the Tuscan Light June 12-19 Cortona, Italy http://www.toscanaamericana.com/ brogerspleinairhome.html

2019 Workshops with Lisa Regopoulos Richard Alan Nichols Joseph Lorusso Nancie King Mertz

Katherine Brimberry Nancy Tankersley Scott W. Prior ... and more

Figure Painting from Life Sept 6-8 Parrsboro N.S. Canada https://www.parrsborocreative.com/ events/figure-painting-william-rogers/

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KIM CASEBEER 2019 Plein Air and Studio Workshops

April 8 - 12, 2019 Fredericksburg, Texas fbgartschool.com May 25 - June 2, 2019 Florence and Fiesole, Italy artensity.org - discounted by 1/31 July 25 - 27, 2019 Ulysses, Kansas mainarterykansas.com CHRISTINE DEBROSKY AIS PSA

October 17 - 19, 2019 Lexington, KY - FULL October 21 - 23, 2019 Lexington, KY home.insightbb.com/~papb

Shadow Whispers pastel

ARIZONA WORKSHOPS www.christinedebrosky.com christine@christinedebrosky.com

Learn from an award-winning artist,16 yrs teaching experience. AWA Master Signature Member, OPA and PSA Signature Member To learn more:

kimcasebeer.com ph. 785-409-8949

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William A. Schneider AISM, OPA, PSA-MP

NANCIE KING MERTZ PSA-MP, CPP-MP, IAPS-MC, EP

Study with a Master Pastelist in 2019 ALL levels are welcome March 22-24, Springfield, IL

3-Day studio Pastel Workshop for the IL Pastel Painters’ Society

March 30-31, Northbrook, IL 2-day studio Pastel Workshop

April 23-29, San Francisco, CA Pastel demos, field instruction Plein Air Convention Faculty

WORKSHOPS Learn to Express your Personal Vision Schneider Studios, Crystal Lake, IL April 25 - 28, 2019 312.246.9676 Revealing the Soul: Sensitive Portraits & Figures in Pastel San Luis Obispo, CA June 21 - 24, 2019 fogcatchers@gmail.com Loosen Up Baton Rouge, LA August 16 - 19, 2019 225.266.7064

May 3-13, Florida’s Forgotten Coast

Invitational Plein air and demos in oil & pastel

June 4-9, Albuquerque, NM

IAPS Faculty, workshop, demo & critiques

June 19-22, Door County, WI Peninsula School of Fine Art, 4-day studio pastel workshop

July 15-20, Cape Cod, MA

2, 2-day Plein air pastel workshops & demos for the Pastel Painters Society of Cape Cod

August 16-18, Chicago, IL

“Pastels are Perfect for Plein Air”, UART sponsored workshop in Chicago’s Gold Coast

September 21, New York City

demos at the National Arts Club sponsored by the Pastel Society of America

October 3-13, Terni, Italy

Travel with Me! 10-day plein air pastel or oil workshop in Umbria, Sponsored by La Romita School of Art Signature Richeson Pastel Sets of 80 on Amazon, Dakota & Judson’s: “Nancie King Mertz Urban Landscape & Atmospheric Landscape”

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Award Winning Artist Workshops.com Studio and Plein Air in Charlotte, NC

2019 Painting Workshops Brian Booth Craig (Figure–Sculpture) March Ray Roberts (Seascape) April Albert Handell (Studio & Plein Air) April Patti Mollica (Still-life–Acrylic) April Michael Reardon (Watercolor) May Marc Dalessio (Plein Air) May Huihan Liu (Figurative) May Mike Hernandez (Plein Air–Gouache) June Robert Lemler (Figurative) June David Lobenberg (Portrait–Watercolor) July Peter Adams (Plein Air–Pastel/Oil) July Jim McVicker (Plein Air) Aug Aaron Schuerr (Plein Air–Pastel) Aug Steven Assael (Figurative) Sept

Oil

John Cosby

2019 Workshops

Jason Sacran Mar 13-16 Mike Beeman Mar 28-30 Beth Bathe April 25-27 John Cosby May 18-21 Bill Farnsworth Sept 4-6 Richard Sneary Sept 12-14 Greg LaRock Sept 25-28 Sally Strand Oct 24-26

2020 Workshops

Paul Kratter (Plein Air) Sept Kim Lordier (Plein Air–Pastel) Oct Dan Graziano (Studio/Plein Air) Oct Randall Sexton (Plein Air/Figure) Oct

May 18-21

Brienne M. Brown Mar 26-28 Kim English April 15-18 Randall Sexton May 13-16 Liz Haywood-Sullivan May 28-30 Camille Przewodek Sept 23-26 Larry Moore Oct 21-24 Jan Sitts Nov 11-14

Carmel Visual Arts, Carmel, CA

http://carmelvisualarts.com Rich Brimer, Director 831.620.2955

Pastel

Sally Strand

Oct 24-26

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A BRUSH WITH PORTUGAL #3

Barbara Jaenicke

Landscape & Figure Painting with Eli Cedrone

May 20 – 27, 2019

OPA, AIS, PSA-MP, IAPS-EP

Michael J Lynch

Art in the Aspens Colorado The Perfect Art Escape! Enjoy the perks of our “premium” workshops. Effortless and organized small number enrollment. There is nothing better than hands on instruction, wonderful food and interesting new friends that share the same passion for painting. Private ranch; rooms with baths, all meals, after class appetizers and adult beverages included!.

2019 WORKSHOPS Dahlonega, GA Composition Boot Camp, oil & pastel Feb. 7-9, 2019 Aberdeen, NC Painting the Poetic Landscape, oil & pastel March 12-14 and 15-17, 2019 Greenwood Village, CO Painting the Poetic Landscape, pastel May 8-10, 2019

Kim English • June 9-14 Mitch Baird • June 23-28 Don Demers • August 4-9 Lorenzo Chavez • September 8-13 Michael J Lynch • September 22-27 www.artaspens.com | info@artaspens.com Marty Brens: 719 545-2795

Come experience the sharpness of color, tiles everywhere and the warm sun and people of Portugal. WORKSHOP DETAILS: 5 days of painting workshops, rain or shine Media: oil, watercolors and pastels Level: all levels Workshop will focus on … Shapes, Blocking, Focal Points, Color Theory & Mixing, Atmosphere & Perspective www.artfuljourneysllc.com/a-brush-with-portugal-3

Spring 2019 Art Workshops Northbrook, Illinois North Shore Chicago suburb

Pastel Workshop

Nancie King Mertz March 30 & 31, 2019

Oregon City, OR Composition Boot Camp, oil & pastel July 19-21, 2019 Carstairs, Alberta, Canada Painting the Poetic Landscape, oil Aug. 18-20, 2019 Rochester, NY Painting the Poetic Landscape, pastel Sept. 13-15, 2019

Seascape Painting

Amery Bohling June 8 & 9, 2019

Landgrove, VT Skies, Water & Trees, oil & pastel Oct. 7-10, 2019 Norman, OK Painting the Poetic Landscape, oil & pastel Nov. 15-17, 2019

VIDEOS & ONLINE LESSONS www.barbarajaenicke.com

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For more info & to apply call Bonnie Siegel 847-921-5239 email: art@bonniesiegel.com Village of Northbrook www.northbrookarts.org


2019 WORKSHOPS Anne Blair Brown January 28-30 Expressive Brushwork Featuring Interior & Still Life February 20-22 Expressive Brushwork Featuring Interior & Still Life

PLEIN AIR TUSCANY

Dawn E. Whitelaw March 26-28 Taking your painting to the next level June 21-22 Drawing for painters

Painting Journeys into the Heart of Tuscany

August 7-10 Painting the Head

Painting instruction for all levels with artist Garrett Speirs

Jason Saunders May 1-3 Plein Air and Studio painting

Spring Trip April 27-May 5th 2019

10 HEAVENLY DAYS OF PAINTING IN FRANCE WITH CATHERINE HILLIS APRIL 30 – MAY 9, 2020 PERIGORD RETREATS

Patrick Saunders June 13-15 The Dynamic Floral In Oils Derek Penix July 15-18 Loosen Up Suzie Baker October 21-24 Plein Air Painting

Please contact Brenda Coldwell for information on any of theses workshops or classes. visit: pleinairtuscany.net

805.448.9166

on-track-studios.com

Unpack and relax. Enjoy 10 days of painting world heritage sights with this all-inclusive package in Dordogne, including meals prepared by our private chef and instruction with Catherine Hillis.

https://perigord-retreats.com/catherine-hillis-may/ Register at info@perigord-retreats.com CATHERINEHILLIS.COM Artist Workshop Guide 2019/www.pleinairmagazine.com

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LOIS GRIFFEL, AISM Painting the Impressionist Landscape

MADELINE ISLAND SCHOOL of the ARTS

Unique Plein Air Settings.

Exceptional Plein Air Workshops! 2019 Workshops France, Massachusetts Hawaii, Arizona, Pennsylvania Ecuador and more Please visit my website for my complete workshop schedule and information on my books and DVDs. LoisGriffel.com • Lois.griffel@gmail.com

Beth Bathe

Evoking a Sense of Nostalgia

2019 Plein Air Workshops Lighthouse Art Center Jupiter FL • March 22-24 Jacksonville and Daytona, FL Early April Award Winning Artists Workshops Matthews NC • April 25-27 The Vermeer Mount Airy, NC • April 29-May 1

& Gallery

2019-2020 Workshops Sue Pink - Abstract Magic Mixed Media All levels Nov 11-14, 2019

Bonnie Broitzman - Value as Color Watercolor Jan 13-15, 2020 Jane Slivka - Freedom of Acrylics Acrylic Feb 10-12, 2020

Lancaster, PA In Amish countryside various dates

Maggie Nevens - Paint Like Crazy Watercolor Nov 9-11, 2020

bethbathe.com/events 703•628•5044

For more information see fortmyersbeachart.com or email fmbaaworkshops@gmail.com

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RANDALL SEXTON Fine Art Paintings & Instruction

SIMPLICITY & ABSTRACTION WITH TREY FINNEY Creative Simplification and Abstraction within the Scene

2019 WORKSHOPS MEXICO BOCA DE TOMATLAN March 2-9 Casa de los Artistas

3 Day Workshop at Brazier Studio

CALIFORNIA “La Rusticana” LOS GATOS May 17-19 NEWPORT BEA CH July 24-26 REDWOOD COAST Aug 9-11 CARMEL Oct 28-31

in Richmond, Virginia Friday, April 26 - Sunday, April 28 $475 per person • 12 spaces available To learn more about Trey and to view his work, visit TreyFinney.com

VERMONT Sept 18-21 The Landgrove Inn MARYLAND Plein air Oct 11-13 Figure Oct 14 For info including my local classes visit: www.rcsexton.com rcsart@mindspring.com

Sign Up Information: call (804) 357-1484 email brazierstudio@gmail.com Artist Workshop Guide 2019/www.pleinairmagazine.com

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Plein Air Paint in Colorado with Artist George Coll

Whether you are a novice or have experience, George will demo and provide one-on-one instruction and insights. Tackle basic plein-air technique composition, values, edged and paint application. Classes are limited to 6 students for personalized attention. Our retreats have activities for nonpainting spouses/partners so you can make a vacation of it.

• Enjoy Classes All Year Round • Visit PaintYourFrame.com for dates and to learn more about our camps

PaintYourFrame.com

George@PaintYourFrame.com

970-690-2643

ART & CULTURE WORKSHOPS SPAIN AND PORTUGAL SPRING 2019

“Plein Air Painting in Vermont” August 23rd thru 25th

Join Hilary Mills for a special 3 day workshop Landgrove Inn, Landgrove, VT hilary@millsgallery.com www.millsgallery.com 925-708-6497

In View Center for the Arts At the Landgrove Inn Landgrove, VT

Plein Air Painting & Drawing

MALLORCA, SPAIN • April 13-20

Vermont’s Premier, One-Stop Workshop Venue. Country Chic Lodging. Nationally-Known Instructors. For 2019 Workshop Information please call (800) 669-8466 or (802) 824-6673

2019 M A RY B E N T ZGILKERSON In Person & Online Workshops

Catch the color & light!

Drawing, Painting, & Printmaking

ARRAIOLOS, PORTUGAL • April 27-May 4

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CSPWC Watermedia Symposium June 22-27, 2019 GAELIC COLLEGE St Ann’s, Cape Breton NS, Canada

DALVARO ART Painting Holidays & Art Vacations

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View our full instructor schedule at www.paintonholiday.com 5 Days of instruction by your choice of instructors for each day (6 instructors -TBA- to choose from) info@cspwc.ca ( 416 ) 533 -510 0 ht t p : //w w w.c sp wc .c a

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Come join Lynn Gertenbach to paint at the Castle Marouatte in the Perigord Verde region of southern France.

Painting workshop at the Castle July 20-27, 2019 for just $2800 Non-painters welcome $2500 All meals and ground transportation included.

Email lynngertenbach@ aol.com or text 818-389-5516 for info. More photos on lynngertenbachart.com

18th ANNUAL

PAINT SAN CLEMENTE June 22-June 30, 2019

$6,000 IN PRIZES

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Jewell Watercolor Plein Air / Studio

Paint with a Painter while Learning from a Teacher “Now that’s a Jewel!” Russell Jewell, Ed.D., NWS TWSA jewellart@charter.net • russelljewell.com

Paint in Croatia!! with Steven R Hill 10 Days – Sept. 18-27, 2019

June 22, Check-in & Quick Draw June 22-29, Paint, Paint, Paint June 29, Wine/Hors d’oeuvres & Awards June 29-30, 2 day Art Show

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“Croatian Harbor” Pastel by S. Hill

Join Steve’s 5th Croatia painting tour! $3100 Includes All Meals, Lodging & Ground Transportation Ltd to 16 artists/traveling companions

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Directory of Advertising Anderson Fine Art Gallery ...................................... 15

La Romita School of Art ......................................... 20

Art in the Aspens Workshop ................................... 24

Lagou Raxi A.E Mediterranean Centre For Art,

Art Students League of New York ........................... 13

Gardens, Plants and Design .................................... 16

Artful Journeys LLC ............................................... 24

Le Grue, Jeanette .................................................... 27

ArtisTTable ............................................................ 29

Lussier, David Alan ................................................ 28

Award Winning Artist Workshops .......................... 23

Lynn Gertenbach Studio ........................................ 30

Bathe, Beth Brownlee ............................................. 26

Madeline Island School of the Arts ......................... 26

Boyd, Jr., David ..................................................... 17

Massachusetts College of Art .................................... 5

Brazier, Loryn ......................................................... 27

Mertz, Nancie King ................................................ 22

Brown, Brienne ...................................................... 25

Mills Lambert, Hilary ............................................. 28

Byrne, Michele ....................................................... 11

New York Academy of Art ...................................... 10

Camille Przewodek Studio ...................................... 14

Nicholas Gephart, Susan ........................................ 22

Canadian Society of Painters in Watercolour .......... 29

Nichols, Richard Alan ............................................ 29

Cape Cod Creative Arts Center .............................. 23

Northbrook Friends of the Arts/Village of Northbrook .24

Carmel Visual Arts ................................................. 23

Odom, Kathie .......................................................... 6

Casa de los Artistas, Inc. ......................................... 16

Ogunquit Summer School of Art ........................... 18

Casebeer, Kim ........................................................ 21

On Track Studios ................................................... 25

Chesapeake Fine Art Studio/Hai-Ou Hou .............. 18

Open Air Italy ........................................................ 25

Chrisman, Michelle ................................................ 24

Ordman, Aline E. ..................................................... 4

Coastal Maine Art Workshops ................................ 29

Paint San Clemente: San Clemente Art Association ... 30

Dalvaro Art ............................................................ 29

Paint the Beach ...................................................... 26

Debrosky, Christine ................................................ 21

Peninsula School of Art .......................................... 31

Eder, Eileen Elizabeth ............................................. 12

Plein Air Easton ....................................................... 2

Ellisor, Fran ............................................................ 20

Plein Air France ...................................................... 30

Etruscan Places ....................................................... 21

Plein Air Tuscany ................................................... 25

Fredericksburg Artists’ School ................................. 18

Putnam, Lori ............................................................ 5

George Coll Studio ................................................. 28

Randy Sexton Studio .............................................. 27

Ghost Ranch Education and Retreat Center ........... 15

Ridgway Gallery Workshops ................................... 28

Gilkerson, Mary ..................................................... 28

Ring, Katerina ........................................................ 26

Griffel, Lois ............................................................ 26

Rogers, William L. ................................................. 20

Haywood-Sullivan, Liz ........................................... 26

Rosen, Cynthia ....................................................... 12

Hewitt, John .......................................................... 16

Schneider, William A. ............................................ 22

Hill, Steve .............................................................. 30

Scottsdale Artists’ School ........................................ 32

Hillis, Catherine ..................................................... 25

Sedona Arts Center ................................................ 11

Hoosier Salon Gallery ............................................ 20

Shenandoah Art Destination .................................. 27

Hudson, Kathleen B. .............................................. 15

Sorrel Sky Gallery ................................................... 19

Huse Skelly Studio Gallery ..................................... 17

Suzie Greer Baker Fine Artist .................................. 19

Immel, Peggy ......................................................... 21

Sweig, Cherry ......................................................... 23

Jaenicke, Barbara .................................................... 24

The Cape School of Art .......................................... 20

Jewell, Russell ......................................................... 30

The Landgrove Inn ................................................. 28

JOSEPH GYURCSAK Developing Your Artistic Voice October 21 - 24

Johansen, Carol ...................................................... 13

Wayne Art Center/Wayne Plein Air Festival ........... 19

Kanuga Watermedia Workshops ............................. 21

Wimberley Artist Workshops ................................. 17

AND MANY MORE!

Kirk, Anthony ........................................................ 27

Workshops in France .............................................. 10

Kitts, Thomas Jefferson .......................................... 14

Yeliseyev, Vladislav ................................................... 3

PENINSULA SCHOOL OF ART STUDIO | PLEIN AIR OIL | ACRYLIC | PASTEL WATERCOLOR

2019 FACULTY MAT BARBER KENNEDY Drawing, Perspective, and Looking June 19 - 22 NANCIE KING MERTZ Painting Structures in the Landscape June 19 - 22 BETHANN MORAN HANDZLIK Indoor Outdoor Studio: Nature Studies Meet Plein Air July 10 - 13 STEVE PUTTRICH Mastering the Watercolor Mindset September 4 - 7 KATHLEEN NEWMAN Adventures in Color Using Pastel September 18 - 21 BRIENNE BROWN Watercolor: The Perfect Plein Air Medium October 11 - 12

PeninsulaSchoolofArt.org 920.868.3455

Artist Workshop Guide 2019/www.pleinairmagazine.com

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Plein Air Painting at Saguaro Lake Ranch, Arizona Mitch Baird | January 21 - 24, 2019

Plein Air Painting in West Palm Beach Area, Florida Mark Boedges | March 18 - 22, 2019

Painting the Old West: Tubac, Arizona Phil Starke | February 11 - 15, 2019

Capturing the Light: Painting in Hope Valley near Lake Tahoe, California Kathleen Dunphy | August 7 - 10, 2019

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