Learn the unique skills of outdoor, "Plein air" painting each Tuesday morning, in the picturesque coastal town of Ogunquit, Maine and nearby inlets and coves. Ogunquit is home to one of America's original art colonies and a renowned plein air painting summer school founded by influential Perkins Cove artist and teacher, Charles H. Woodbury in 1898. We will discuss Woodbury's teaching philosophy as it relates to "The art of seeing", perceptual drawing, seeing and painting. Through demonstration, discussion, critiques and side-by-side painting in the field, we will explore what it means to see the world through the eyes of an artist. Join me this summer as part of the Ogunquit Summer School of Art, as we carry on this great tradition, painting in the shadows of Homer, Hopper, Henri and Woodbury.
Location: Ogunquit Maine
Time: 9:00 - 1:00 each day
Cost: $240 Class size is limited to 12 students. To register send a deposit check for the full amount to:
David Lussier, 80 Olde Mill Rd. Apt 10, Somersworth, NH 03878
PLEASE NOTE: Drop ins are welcome: ($50 day) (If space available)
Equipment rental : ($50 day) includes outdoor easel, pallet, paint, mediums, brushes and 1 (8x10") canvas.
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