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2019 Workshop Schedule

Please check back frequently. We will be adding workshops to the 2019 schedule throughout the year.

Lake Granbury Art Association regularly hosts workshops taught by local, national and international artists. Check out each artist's website to see their fantastic artwork.

If you are an artist interested in setting up a workshop, please contact us. Our facilities are bright and spacious and can accommodate multiple media  from watercolor and acrylics to sculpture and oils. 

How to Sign Up

Multi-Day Workshops:
CLICK HERE to send an e-mail to reserve your spot!
You can also call these numbers for more information.
Cell: 817-578-1842
Home: 817-326-5629

A deposit of $75 is required to save yourself a spot on multi-day workshops. Mail to the address below.

Please make your check out to LGAA.

Mail to:
Dr. Diana J. Littlejohn
4027 Fairway Drive
DCBE Granbury, Texas

One-Day Workshops:
Follow the instructions given for each one.
Instructions vary by workshop. Cost is typically a $50 fee.

Lake Granbury Art Association's Shanley House Gallery presents the following workshop opportunities: 
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October 1-4 | Jan Sitts

1-DAY WORKSHOPS, typically $50 Fee 

Every Monday, members can come and join us for free!


Keep your calendar clear so you can attend!

Jan Sitts
October 1-4  | Time: 9am to 4pm
Mixed media | $375

The Details: Lake Granbury Art Association is proud to announce that Jan Sitts, an internationally known artist from Sedona, Arizona will be teaching an Abstract Art Workshop.

Sitts career began early with her winning art awards as early as the second grade. She was formally trained at the Kansas City Art Institute and received a B.A. from Western State College in Gunnison, Colorado. After graduating, she worked in the commercial arts, movie animation and in the motion picture industry. She has been a gallery director and an art teacher. She moved to Sedona over thirty years ago where the southwest had a powerful impact on her work. She states: “My artwork is a reflection of who I am.” She works in a spontaneous manner, building up the surface of the art by texturing, painting and layering papers. She often repeats this process many times until she achieves the look she is going for. As the work develops, it becomes more important to her. She feels great satisfaction as she sees the final images emerging from her canvas. She has received many awards and has written several books. She continues to teach national workshops.

You will learn many techniques and be able to master the ins and outs of an abstract painting. Her workshops are lively and filled with fun.

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