Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6 Page 7 Page 8 Page 9 Page 10 Page 11 Page 12 Page 13 Page 14 Page 15 Page 16 Page 17 Page 18 Page 19 Page 20 Page 21 Page 22 Page 23 Page 24 Page 25 Page 26 Page 27 Page 16 JUNE 5–9 Landscape: Painting the View Instructor: Maura Doern Danko All Levels $545 Member | $575 Non-Member Our view shapes much of what we see. This landscape painting class will combine the discussion of art, historical images, and engaging painting sessions. Each session will examine the work of painters in art history that have used the landscape as an expressive motif. And we will consider a variety of ways to construct the view of the landscape in our paintings. JUNE 19–23 Experimental Printmaking Instructor: Roger Hyndman All Levels $545 Member | $575 Non-Member Explore several different forms of printmaking, including solarplate printmaking, relief printmaking, found nature objects, and monotype printmaking. Learn how printmaking is a highly versatile and expressive medium, transforming original ideas into multiple images. We will focus on utilizing the tools of the printmaker, your potential and creativity as an artist, the simplicity of plate processing, and producing creative artwork. JUNE 19–23 Encaustic Storytelling: Incorporating Encaustic with Mixed Media Instructor: Marge Luttrell All Levels* $595 Member | $625 Non-Member There is not another medium that lends itself to collage the way encaustic painting does. Wax creates a surface that provides collage with not just encapsulation, but a natural translucent quality along with an incredible textural vocabulary. But more importantly, we will address how collage can become an integral part of what you are trying to say with your art. *We will cover the basics, so if you are new to encaustic, no worries—we will get you up to scratch. JUNE 26–30 | TEEN WEEK The Power of a Series: Creating a Small Body of Related Pieces Instructor: Josh Mitchel Beginner, Grades 9–12 $545 Member | $575 Non-Member Focus on creating a small series of 3 to 5 related works through direct observation of a still life as you explore traditional methods of oil painting and strategies of developing an oil painting through a process of layers. You are encouraged to share and discuss your work as well as bring past work to share. Creativity is encouraged and deviation from the outline is allowed! JUNE 26–30 | TEEN WEEK Intaglio Printmaking Instructor: Roger Hyndman Beginner, Grades 9–12 $545 Member | $575 Non-Member Explore the unique sensitivity of intaglio (solar printmaking) using an intaglio press to create limited edition etchings. You will be introduced to a variety of techniques, printmaking practices, and participation in critiques. JULY 28–30 Painting Small and Often Instructor: Brooke Rothshank Beginner $275 Member | $305 Non-Member Push the boundaries of your productivity! An introduction in daily miniature painting, this detail focused session will cover small composition design, use of watercolor compared to other mediums, and the value of artistic accountability and production with an emphasis on completing daily work. PAINTING, DRAWING, & PRINTMAKING WORKSHOPS 2017 Glen Gardner Roger Hyndman Maura Doern Danko visit for additional details