Category Archives: drawing

Sketching on location–with Sandy Turner

Sandy Turner has always loved to sketch on location. Have you ever been outside and wished you could just sit down and draw what you see? Well, if you take Sandy’s sketching class on Saturday mornings starting April 1st you … Continue reading

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New Class Drawing for Painting

Rob Brun has been teaching our watercolor classes and sees that most of his students need to learn that drawing for painting is different than drawing for something like illustration. So he came up with this new class, “Drawing for … Continue reading

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Outdoor Drawing & Perspective Class

Last Saturday was pretty with the sunshine and fall leaves on the ground but it was quite chilly, especially for the students who forgot to dress warmly. Even though they tried to find little bits of sunshine the cold and … Continue reading

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Out With Little Lydia – In with Lovely Lydia

It is my pleasure to introduce  Lydia Miller and some of her art work. Below are a few photos of Lydia with and without her braces. Along with some photos of her paintings. A lot can happen in a couple … Continue reading

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Process of Painting a Large, Colorful Portrait

I have been a landscape painter all my life.  I love the land and feel happy being able to move things around. In the landscape I have the ability to move a bush from one place to another, take out … Continue reading

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Painting on the Southern Coast of Maine – 2015

Our trip to Ogunquit was the best yet. The weather was gorgeous – warm, sunny and bright. Sunday morning was drizzly but no one minded because they got to  paint in their rooms at a  leisurely pace. Our focus this … Continue reading

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More exciting news ‘$$$’ for two of our students …

Annette Poirier was happy to have sold 2 paintings this summer. She is showing her work in Rowley at Olive’s Café on Route 1. Click on her name to learn more about her and to see some of her other … Continue reading

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Clean Watercolors look glorious…..

Below are two paintings, both done by the same student and within a week of each other. She told me I could show them off to help remind painters that they can choose to paint something fresh and full of … Continue reading

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Fun Learning… Perspective Drawing with kids

Below are photos of what the kids in the drawing class have been working on for the past 2 weeks.               Hannah, above, did a great job drawing her vision of a living room. She and the other girls … Continue reading

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Watercolor fun with Sandra Turner

She’s back! Sandy’s class will be starting next Thursday March 5th at 6:30pm, instead of this Thursday. Hope you can Join us! We have all loved and admired Sandra’s watercolors and now she is excited to share with you some … Continue reading

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