If you had in mind taking my “Refresher Workshop”, there is one at Tohono Chul Park this coming week end, March 18, 19 20 with room for you! Our future plans for workshops are now totally changing after ten years of full schedules with major teaching trips each summer since Dale and I met. (He was the only man I interviewed who wanted to go with me on my business. We met on match.com.)
The Refresher has one day of review, a second day of all new exercises and both new and plein air in the Park the third day. If interested, contact Karen Hayes, email@example.com, 520-742-6455, ext. 228. At this time, I have no other Refresher Workshops planned.
The Teacher’s workshop is April 3 through 8 at our home/studio. There’s room for two more people. It’s intense, has everything I know, includes use of the Trademark, Pocket Sketching, and will allow you to teach this fun, easy-to-learn technique anywhere. Contact me, firstname.lastname@example.org, for more information.
After this we have 3 on-the-road workshops, Salt Lake City, Portland, Oregon and Coupeville, Washington. Only one workshop is scheduled after that. It is a fundraiser for the Southern Arizona Watercolor Guild next October. Do you see a trend? Season Four for PBS is still a probability, and I’m learning new things to include. Let me know if you want something covered.
That brings me to PBS news: Season Two was released to stations in February. It has been running in Albuquerque and Lubbock, TX, that I know of. If your station isn’t playing it, phone them and request it. If they don’t, you might try the General Manager, if you want to see it. In Tucson, it isn’t planned to begin until May 2 (when many of us are gone for the summer), and end July 18 (We won’t be here either: sort of ‘support-for-home-town-artists’, eh?)
The colored sketches are from two workshops just finished. The ‘people sketch’ is from Steve Griggs’ demonstration for SAWG last night. (If you carry your sketching stuff with you, you can capture things almost instantly plein air, wherever you are!) He’s teaching a workshop for SAWG in Tucson the next two days.