Tag Archives: workshop

As seen in…

One thing they never teach in art school is how to use social media to advertise your work. (Heck, when I was in art school, social media was limited to pen, paper and a stamp.) There are marketing classes and e-classes you can do online, but the ones I’ve taken dealt in generalities. When it […]

The world’s greatest numpty

No, I cannot figure out how to embed this in my website. That’s why I put it here. While I’m tentatively trying to outsource some of my support work, one thing I’m stuck doing is my website. Furthermore, it has to be done in HTML. I am married to a programmer and my daughter is […]

Paint Beautiful Acadia

I told you I’d give you the details of my workshop before anyone else gets them: Paint beautiful Acadia August 7-19, 2016 Now expanded to two weeks! Download a paper registration form. Register online here. Dramatic, inspirational Schoodic Peninsula in Maine’s Acadia National Park will be our base for a second year. By popular demand, […]

Gimme shelter

A few weeks ago, Victoria Brzustowicz, co-chair of the newly-formed Greater Rochester Plein Air Painters, asked me if I’d be interested in teaching a weekend workshop featuring the sere and lovely landscape of late autumn. “I’d be delighted!” I exclaimed. This is my favorite season of the year. We all know how lovely the bright […]

Beautiful scenery and a lobster dinner… yum!

As most Mainers will happily tell you, the weather forecast frequently isn’t worth the paper it’s printed on (especially since we all get it on our phones now). The Maine coast is a maze of tiny inlets and peninsulas, which means a million microclimates strung together in a highly-complex blanket. The weather appears to be […]