Springtime in the Smokies Workshop!

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Springtime in the Smokies Workshop!

We have found a spectacular location for our 2018 Spring painting  workshop sponsored by the Picture House!  Emily Gibbons and I will teach our “Springtime in the Smokies” Workshop at the Blue Moon Lodge, nestled in the mountains just west of the Smoky Mountain National Park.

We’ll see arresting views from the wraparound covered deck and the hot tub. We’ll have painting subjects from breathtaking vistas involving atmospheric perspective to closeups of wildflowers and creeks.  We’ll have field trips including one to the National Park and another to a local small mountain town..

The price is:

For a couple with a king-size bed and private bath:  $1700
For a single with a private king-size bed:  $890
For rooming with multiple people in the “Eagle’s Nest” on the third floor:  $780
Mark your calendar! The dates are Friday, April 20 to Friday, April 27, 2018. The workshop is designed for beginners to experienced.

Receipt of deposit will reserve your place:  $900 for couples, $450 for a single private room, and $400 for others.Enrollment will be limited to twelve, so sign up early!  Previous workshop attendees are given preference, then we’ll go down the list by contact date.  To add your name to the list, contact us at email@picturehouseonnline.com.

To learn more about the instructors, visit:
www.davidbealeartist.com (originals)
www.davidbealeart.com (prints)
www.artbyemilygibbons.com


Photos from our Maine Workshop:

We had some spectacular paintings created during our week-long Maine Workshop, held September 8 – 15!

We all painted en plein air on our mile-long beach, painted from the deck above the beach at Chateau Mer, had demonstrations and critiques, and visited the Farnsworth Museum and Acadia Park where we also painted on-site.

We had four beginners (less than 6 months) that created some of the paintings depicted!  We intensely studied the watercolors and drawings of Andrew Wyeth on exhibit at the Farnsworth Museum, and emphasized working from sketches and notes over working from photographs as did Wyeth.  We discovered there are advantages!

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