Rockland, Maine, is one of my favorite places to visit in Midcoast Maine. Why? It's filled with historic buildings and a lighthouse, offers a beautiful waterfront, and it's close to many great plein air painting spots. What's more, it's home to the Farnsworth Art Museum and its fantastic collection of original works by members of the Wyeth family (N.C., Andrew and Jamie) as well as other well-known American painters. I always make sure to visit the Farnsworth when I'm in town.
So here's some news. Usually, I stay put in my little corner of Downeast Maine to teach workshops in the summer. But July 17-21, 2017, I will be heading to Rockland to teach a workshop for Coastal Maine Workshops.
Unlike my Downeast workshops which run four half-days, the Rockland workshop will be five full days. This will be an intense painting experience for all concerned! We'll have plenty of time to cover not just the fundamentals but also to delve into the deeper secrets of outdoor painting. Each day will start with a studio lecture followed by a demonstration in the field, followed by student work and, time permitting, a second demonstration or illustration. We'll also enjoy daily critiques and great seafood!
- Workshop runs July 17-21, 2017
- Tuition is $650
- Suitable for all levels
- I'll be demonstrating in oil and pastel, but I also welcome acrylic painters
- Lodging suggestions are on the registration website.
For more details and to sign up, please visit https://cmaworkshops.com/Workshop-post/painting-the-maine-landscape-in-pastels-or-oils/
I hope you'll join me in Rockland. To whet your appetite, here are some historic postcards of Rockland: