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            Recently, I received an email from an Italian contemporary furniture brand. Sandwiched between plimentary remarks about my work, they requested I send some paintings to Venice for an uping photo shoot. “We guarantee you a lot of visibility, your credit will be printed on the catalogue and we will share with you the hi res pics. Also we will tag you in every social media platform where your artworks will be.” They signed off by dangling the names of their photographer and stylist and telling me to let them know if I was “in.”...Read On

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              This workshop takes place at Port Townsend School of the Arts, 2 hours’ drive from Seattle. For more information, and to register, visit our website: ptarts.org?


              Julie Gilbert Pollard’s workshop is limited to 12 participants. Save your place today!
              Registration deadline: June 5.


            • Jul 27, 2019 to Aug 2, 2019 - Andrew Gifford: Plein-air oil and acrylic workshop at Marouatte Castle, France


              Learn the secrets of landscape and cityscapes from master UK painter Andrew Gifford, color mixes, techniques of layering and glazing different brushes and palette knives to priming and grounding boards.?He will demonstrate how to paint from an early sketch to the final piece in the many stunning locals of the region = all while you live in a genuine castle and eat like royalty.?


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              Kawartha Highlands Provincial Park, Wolf Lake, Site 301

              Six days in the Ontario backcountry. Locations accessible only by canoe. Canoe, camp, cook and paint like the early North American plein air artists. Every day we do a short paddle from our base camp to a painting location and spend the day capturing the scene. Workshop leader Keith Thirgood has been teaching adults to paint for 12 years and canoeing and camping for most of his life. Keith teaches a step by step approach to plein air, which makes capturing a scene easier than you ever thought possible. He also teaches Modern Colour?Theory using his special, limited palette. This set of colours is useful not only en plein air?but also in the studio.

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