Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Zumbrota, MN 2 Day Workshop May 21 & 22, 2011!

'Winter Solstice-Essex Park' oil on linen, 10x12

2 Day Landscape Painting Workshop
Location: Crossings At Carnegie - Zumbrota, MN
Workshop Dates: 5/21/2011 - 5/22/2011
Contact Person: Marie - phone-507-732-7616
The workshop will include two days of demonstrations, lecture and instruction about how I paint in the landscape 'en plein air'.  Each day will include a demo, group discussion about painting technique, materials and philosophy, and easel time for students along with easel critique.  I like to concentrate on the basic elements of painting and will include an exercise or two to reinforce some of the basics that we all need to brush up on from time to time.  There will be at least one black&white exercise, and the chance to paint a couple of full color studies as well.  At the end of the two days there will be time for a discussion about your work and for questions as a group.

The workshop is open to oil and pastel painters of any level.


Bruce Sherman said...

Hi Marc!... Another lovely... textbook... winter "gem"!

Wish that I lived nearby and I would be at your workshop... if for no other reason than to meet you personally. I deeply admire your work and your commitment to your craft!

Good luck with the workshop!

Warmest regards,

Austin Maloney said...

I love the light in this one.

Nancy Clearwater Herman said...

Lovely painting. Really captures this time of year so beautifully.

Vicki Sergent said...

I guess this is a ditto because I really love the light in this painting.

Marc R. Hanson said...

Thank you all! This was painted a number of years back when I was living in SE Minnesota. Just thought it was a bright note of winter, seeing as we're in a lot of gray and cold here.

liz wiltzen said...

Marc, the palette in this is exquisite. No surprise. :-) Merry Christmas!

Kelley Sanford said...

Absolutely beautiful. As a southern girl, I rarely see a scene like this. Thanks for the view. Merry Christmas.

Neville Connor - Australian Painter said...

it looks as though it could be getting a bit chilly up your way you should come down thois way where the weather might suit your clothes (midnight cowboy) enjoying your work as always neville connor