Wednesday, November 9, 2011

One-Day Pastel Workshop and Las Vegas Plein Air Expo


photo © Trina Stephenson

If you're in the Sedona area, you might like to know that I still have some openings in my one-day pastel plein air workshop this Saturday, November 12.  The workshop is $60, runs 9-4, and beginners to more advanced pastel painters are welcome.  We'll be painting at the Crescent Moon Recreation Area at Red Rock Crossing, and the price includes the $10 admission fee to the recreation area.  If you'd like to join us, please let me know right away.

By the way, I have just started teaching my Paint Sedona workshops again.  I'll be teaching them from now into April.  If you're interested, please visit www.PaintSedona.com for details and to sign up.  Cost of the 20-hour, four-day workshop is $350.  Starting in February, we may also be able to get a Jeep ride to some very special locations, courtesy of my painter friend Tony Donovan!

On another note, I'm proud to announce that I am one of the plein air painters invited to demonstrate at the upcoming Plein Air Convention and Expo in Las Vegas, Nevada, next spring.  (Click here for the official announcement.) The convention, which is sponsored by Plein Air Magazine, is scheduled for April 12-15, 2012, and will be held at the Red Rock Casino, Resort and Spa.  I'll be demonstrating with the others in the Red Rock Conservation Area.  Some of my favorite landscape painters will be there, including Ken Auster, Jeremy Lipking, Matt Smith and Ray Roberts and his wife, Peggi Kroll-Roberts.  I hope you'll join us!  For full details on the convention, visit the website www.pleinairconvention.com.

1 comment:

Loretta said...

Hi, First of all, I really enjoy your blog. secondly....I'm sorry I could not take advantage of your classes. I'll be in Laughlin, NV next week....I won't have enough time to zip over to Sedona though. I would like to on another trip. The red rocks are beautiful and would be wonderful to see in person...same with Zion National Park.....wow. So pretty. Keep up the good work.