Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Thoughtful Gift: New Workshop Program!

Painting made just a few minutes from my home and studio in
New Mexico's High Desert.  We'll paint this as part of the program!

The gift-giving holidays are right around the corner.  So here's a gift idea for that special someone -- who might just be you!

If you're a painter with some plein air experience and feel that you've hit a plateau in your work, then this is for you.  And only for you -- you'll have exclusive access to me in this one-on-one, private study program.  The program is meant to help painters like you to hone their craft, learn more about responding to the landscape and develop a personal vision.



You'll do all that in some of the Southwest's most beautiful country.  Near the Zuni Pueblo and El Morro National Monument and on the shoulders of the Zuni Mountains, our home and studio occupy a point in the universe where the air is clear; the sky, blue; and the sun, intense unlike anywhere else. There's lots to explore and paint, from lava fields to sandstone bluffs, from ponderosa-clad hills to blue lakes.

So give yourself the opportunity to come out to the high desert of New Mexico and spend a week with us.  You'll get six nights' lodging, three simple but nourishing meals a day, plus the opportunity to work side-by-side with me.

By the way, you don't have to be a professional or advanced painter.  So long as you are serious about your craft, and are familiar with your medium and have some outdoor painting experience, you'll do well.  You can find more about this exciting program under "Private Painting Intensive Study" at www.PaintTheSouthwest.com.

If you'd prefer an all-level workshop in the company of other students, don't despair.  I have scheduled just such a workshop for March 27-30, 2018, in Sedona, Arizona.  You can find full details about this workshop also at www.PaintTheSouthwest.com.

Here are a few more pictures of New Mexico's High Desert:

Another painting made close to the studio.









One final painting!

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