Join me for five days of landscape painting starting September 17th through 21st. The location will be 1919 N. Fourth St. Flagstaff, Arizona. We’ll paint from 9:00 to 5:00 each day and be sure to have a good time together with lunch and coffee breaks. The time is yours and Mural Joe workshops are largely question driven so you’ll be free to work on what is important to you. You don’t need to bring anything to paint with or on. I’ve got all we need here for a great week of practice.
landscapes painting is a broad subject. However, I will be systematically showing everyone specific techniques each day, first with large brushes and paints like I use on murals and then with small brushes on canvas. I’ll be painting a scene for everyone to follow along who wants to but I just won’t be restricting it to that. Each day will be the same kind of schedule with me giving 30 minute – 1 hour lessons followed by free practice/painting and questions and then lunches and breaks in between. The lessons will include sky, mountains, trees, meadows, water and rocks as the main content and my painting will have those elements and whatever else I can think to put into it so that a lot of material is covered and questions can be asked. All of those subjects will have atmosphere and perspective applied to them.
When You purchase this ticket, an automatic email will be sent to the email that you provide. Check your spam or junk mail folder if you don’t see it. A copy is also sent to Mural Joe and your name will be added to the list of attendees. You can email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
We have to limit the number of attendees to 15 but we’ll schedule another one if you can’t get in on this one. We’ll put out any additional information about the workshop in the Mural Joe newsletter as the date gets closer. See you there!
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