Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Revisiting a Favorite Painting Spot...Blue Ridge Georgia.

'Autumn Lace'               8x10           plein air pastel               ©Karen Margulis
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Imagine driving  on peaceful country road. It winds it's way slowly alongside the river. You can smell the freshly mown hay and hear the gentle sounds of the river. As you round each bend the views get better. Soon you arrive. It is time to get settled in and take a deep breath of the sweet country air.

Imagine staying in this spot for three days. Painting. Learning. Laughing. Imagine being surrounded by other passionate artists. Artists of all abilities. Artists who just want to become better artists and who share the same passions as you. 

Come join us this October. Marsha Hamby Savage and I will be teaming up to teach a 3 day plein air workshop in Blue Ridge Georgia. The workshop will be held October 2,3,4. Friday , Saturday and Sunday. Marsha has a wonderful rustic cabin on the river where we will paint. We will also paint in some other beautiful spots....we know the secret spots!


Down a country road
I had my first plein air workshop experiences with Marsha and she taught me well! Now it is time to give back and work together pooling our teaching strengths and experience. You benefit from two great instructors!

Intrigued?  Let us know you are interested. The workshop is filling quickly and there are only a few spots left in the cabin. The cost of the 3 day workshop is $350 with cabin lodging or $300 without lodging. There are plenty of places to stay in the area. Rent a cabin with friends and come join us!
*** Update: as of May 13 there is one spot left in the cabin but still room in the workshop!***

To ask questions send us an email: Karen  Marsha
To register: visit our workshop page. You can use Paypal for your deposit or send us a check. Please email us so we can send you a contract and recommended supply list.

Plein air painting in Blue Ridge before the flowers are mowed down!


Marsha leading a group to a cool painting spot


2 comments:

Drita Harris said...

your pastels are beautiful!

Karen said...

Thank you Drita