WORKSHOP DATES HAVE CHANGED!
ONE DAY ONLY Sunday Aug. 19th cost: $200
Responding to feedback, I am changing this to a ONE DAY painting workshop in Laguna Beach. Starting early Sunday morning and ending in the late afternoon, I will paint two separate paintings. Bring your own art supplies or just watch. You get art talk and lecture, demonstration, and one on one learning on location with renowned painter, teacher and plein air sherpa Alex Schaefer AND ----->>> YOU STILL GET A TICKET TO the Pageant of the Masters show that evening! Win Win! :) Get some living education in beautiful Laguna Beach
I take payments with Square and PayPal, all credit cards, personal check or cash in person.
Upon receipt of payment you will get an information email filled with everything you need to know for the workshop, so even a beginner can sign up with confidence. The email will also contain additional informaton about locations and parking, Helpful links etc
Contact me at PAINTWITHALEX@GMAIL.COM to sign up and reserve your spot!
Participants are responsible for their own food, lodging and transportation while at the workshop. Once a date is filled I will put additional persons on a "stand by" list on a first-come-first-served basis. To reserve your spot, send the full amount of the workshop
* A full refund is given up to 7 days prior to the date of the workshop.
* A $50.00 fee will be held after that up to the date of the workshop. If I fill your spot all your money will be refunded.
* Once workshop has begun you forfeit all money and there is no refund.
*For more detailed information regarding this workshop, please contact me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
A full day of painting morning and afternoon on Sunday then we get to enjoy the Pageant of the Masters!
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This show starts off with a PRO TIP how to reduce-recycle-reuse your solvent; save money and be good to the environment!
Like episode 2 we are working again in MONOCHROME and we start with our darkest dark BLACK, MIDDLE GRAY and WHITE. This time we also mix another HALFTONE between White and Middle Grey and another one between Middle Grey and Black.
Five "notes" of grey on our palette and we are ready to attack our copy of renowned painting Washington Crossing the Delaware by Emanuel Leutze!