Paint the historic salt marshes of Ipswich MA immortalized by Martin Johnson Heade and Arthur Wesley Dow. Stunning landscapes unmodified since the days of the 17th century Massachusetts Bay Colony.Read More
Barabara’s workshops are for all who want to gain a deeper understanding of the creative process of painting, are willing to be flexible, take risks, have fun, be intuitive and inventive.Read More
Designed for those who would like to gain a better understanding of methods and techniques create paintings with strong impact. The goal is to capture the essence of the subject through the simplification process. The ability to do so and quicky is especially useful when painting en plein air.Read More
Sterling demonstrates and discusses a variety of topics and techniques, finishing a painting in each morning demo. Some of the topics include: how to paint a wide variety of subjects, a developing a strong composition, the expressive use of colors, overlapping shapes for and much more.Read More
John’s workshop will encourage representational painters to experiment with a different style and challenge experienced abstract painters to explore new possibilities in expressing their creative voices. His workshop includes demonstrations, critiques and lots of individual help.Read More
Mark demonstrates a variety of techniques and unique effects of working on synthetic paper that will lead the way to exciting paintings.Read More
Instruction in a variety of print media including Monoprints, Intaglio, Relief,
and Encaustic Collagraph and Traditional Collagraph, Mixed Media Print Approaches.