Workshop: The Language of the Landscape
This is BIG for me. I'm naturally a bit on the reserved side, but I'm stepping outside my comfort zone and have agreed to teach my first workshop this fall! It will be held November 3rd and 4th in Kerrville, Texas, and will be hosted by the Kerr Arts and Cultural Center.
The workshop is entitled The Language of the Landscape, and in it I'll share the practices and techniques I use to successfully translate the complexity of the landscape into a strong painting. I'll teach tools for efficiently gathering information outside, review composition and design, and reinforce values and the importance of simplifying. $275 for two days--the link to register is below. I would love to see new and familiar faces, so come paint with me! Register here.
The Feed Mill, Marfa, study
6 x 8 in., oil on panel
A larger version of this little study was just accepted into this year's American Women Artists Tucson Desert Art Museum show, Under a Vast Sky. That's pretty exciting news for me, as it's another national show, and is also AWA's inaugural museum show for it's members. They've set the goal of securing 25 museum exhibitions in 25 years. The rationale is that "work by women artists makes up only 5% of the permanent holdings of art museums in America." AWA is working to improve that statistic. And...with over 680 images submitted for the show just 63 were selected, so that makes me feel pretty good! Under a Vast Sky will be held October 13 through December 3, 2017, and the opening will be November 3 from 5:30-8 p.m.
Therefore this study goes down as one of my recent favorites! :)