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Glastonbury Studios One-Day Workshops
Pastel Workshop at Sitka Center in Oregon, August 2010
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Jill was extremely well prepared for the class and packed in so much instruction that there was not a minute wasted in the class. She does excellent demonstrations, plans the activities very well, and provides good and encouraging feedback to each student. I always leave her classes feeling like I really got more than my money's worth, that I learned a lot, and was encouraged to continue the art work.
All studio workshops are from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Includes most supplies and lunch. The cost is $90. Class size is limited to ten students. Pre-registration is required. Only payment reserves your seat.
Saturday, May 18
Drawing with Colored Pencils One-Day Workshop
Learn how to use colored pencil by building up layers until you reach a brilliant, colorful surface. Basic strokes and blending techniques on a variety of grounds (Mi-Teintes, Stonehenge and Bristol papers) will be covered. All supplies provided along with lunch.
Saturday, June 1
Discover Watercolor Pencil One-Day Workshop
Here’s your chance to learn how to work with watercolor pencils. The beauty of this medium is that you can use the pencils dry or just add water to create a wonderful colorful sketch or painting. All supplies provided, along with lunch.
Saturday, June 22
Drawing Cats One-Day Workshop
Learn the basics to drawing the beloved cat. We’ll cover everything from understanding anatomy to representing fur, while working in pencil, pen and watercolor wash. Bring a sketchbook*; all other supplies provided.
Saturday, July 13
Drawing Fun Bugs
Let’s draw some fun bugs: butterfly, dragon fly, lady bug, bee, snail, plus more, if time permits. We’ll be using pencil, pen and watercolor. Bring a sketchbook with 90# paper or above. All other supplies provided, including lunch.
Saturday August 3-4
"Art Journaling from the Heart"
Instead of maintaining just a regular journal, you can now opt for today’s art journal that opens up a whole new window of expression. Now use whatever you want–found items, acrylics, watercolor, ink, markers and/or words, photos, magazine clippings. The list is endless.
(includes materials, light breakfast, lunch)
Location: In-studio, 10 a.m. To 4 p.m.
Minimum: 4 students
Maximum: 10 students
Currently , I am looking at two locations to travel with students in 2020. (Yes, I do work this far in advance.) One is Japan and the other is Aix en Provence, France. Both places have wonderful sketching opportunities. If you are interested, please let me know. It will help in my decision-making, since I’m only selecting one location.
“Travel makes one modest. You see what a tiny place you occupy in the world.”