I want to thank you for all the kind and thoughtful comments about Emma. You, my friend, mean the world to me and I thank you so much.
Things have gotten a bit rough here at the house due to a plumbing problem. I guess this happens when you are 100 years old. Ever heard of “orange birch pipes”? Me either. Orange Birch pipes are a combination of paper and asphalt. This is what was used many years ago, I should say many, many, many years ago. This is what was used for my plumbing so as you can image…do I need to say more?
I have had some questions about the Master Workshop. Questions like:
Who is it for?
Is it just for those who are really, really good?
What happens in a Masters Workshop?
Before I answer the questions let me ask you a few questions.
Have you ever thought it would be great to go to a workshop and just paint with someone there to help you through the tough spots?
You’ve thought about developing a series so you can approach a gallery but need ideas and direction?
Have you ever wondered how to successfully market your work?
Would five days of just painting interject much needed spice to your creativity?
The Masters Workshops is intended for:
Artists who are intermediate and advanced painters.
It is for those who want to paint without demos but still have someone to help with any problems that might arise.
It is for independent study.
It is for those artists who want solid critiques of their work.
It is also for artists who want to learn how to market their work successfully.
What the Masters Workshops does for you:
Helps you develop a solid painting style.
When things don’t work in your painting find out the “why”.
Develops your strengths.
Develops your confidence in yourself and your work.
In other words the Masters Workshop is great for those who know where they want to go with their art and are willing to learn the “How”.
If you have any questions about this workshop please feel free to email me or phone 575-751-0183.