2018 Workshop SchedulePlease check back frequently as we continually add workshops throughout the year.
Lake Granbury Art Association regularly hosts workshops taught by both local and international artists. Our facilities are bright and spacious and can accommodate multiple media - from watercolor and acrylics to sculpture and oils. Check out their websites to see their fabulous paintings.
Lake Granbury Art Association's Shanley House Gallery presents the following workshop opportunities for 2017.
Click HERE to send an e-mail to reserve your spot! 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. Dr. Diana J. Littlejohn 4027 Fairway Drive DCBE Granbury, Texas 76049 Cell: 817-578-1842 Home: 817-326-5629
One Day Workshops...follow instructions for each one...instructions vary by workshop
QUICK LOOK WORKSHOP LIST
1-DAY WORKSHOPS, all $50 Fee
July 16 | Karen Foster | MEAD | Painting Flowers with Mixed Media
July 21 | David Prescott | Hereford Cattle Head Study | Acrylic
August 18 | Kathy Yoders | Pastel
September 15 | Kay Wirz | Basic Design with Fresh Eyes | Acrylic
September 17-21 | Kathleen Conover | Watercolor | $450
October 9-12 | Jan Sitts | Mixed Media Acrylic | $375
Weatherford Artist David Prescott will be teaching a “Hereford Head Study” workshop Saturday July 21, from 9:30 am - 4:00 pm at the Shanley House Center for the Arts, 224 N. Travis St. sponsored by Lake Granbury Art Association. This is a $50 workshop that is open to the public. The fee helps fund the nonprofit LGAA. Please call or email Prescott to sign up for this workshop and receive the limited supply list. (Prescott will supply canvas, paints and wet palette) (682) 239-6374 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Prescott believes he inherited his artistic skills from his Mother and Father who were both extremely talented. He attended Art College in Liverpool, where he became adept in oils, watercolors, pastels and graphite pencils.
In 1978, Prescott immigrated to the United States and settled in the San Bernardino Mountains in southern California. His neighbors were raccoons, black bears, cougars, big horn sheep, bobcats and golden eagles, to name a few. Prescott states, “It was Heaven!” It was Prescott’s insatiable interest in animals, their conservation and habitat that began his career as a wildlife artist.
Prescott has traveled extensively throughout the world, photographing, sketching and actually living with the animals that he depicts. He does this to gain first-hand knowledge of his chosen subjects and their uniquely different habitats. In this workshop, Prescott will teach us what to look for when painting animals. He will teach techniques to make the animals look life like in our paintings.
Prescott’s original paintings have raised considerable money for worthy causes though out America and the British Isles. Prescott states, “It’s important to give something back, to preserving wild places on this earth, therefore ensuring ongoing habitats for the many different and unique creatures that inhabit this beautiful planet with us.”
MONDAY EXPERIMENTAL ART DAY (MEAD) 3rd Monday of every month
Karen Foster is offering her popular experimental workshops at the Shanley House Gallery. Each month she will help you explore the creative possibilities of various techniques and materials
Time: 12: 00a.m.-5:00p.m. Age: Adult Location: 224 N. Travis, Granbury, TX 76048
Fee: $50 - If you wish to pay by PayPal, Karen’s account is paypal.me/KSFoster
Please call Karen Foster or email her to signup for class. 817-312-3185 or email@example.com
July 16th: Painting Flowers with Mixed Media
This will surely be using your imagination, from beginning to end. Everyone’s piece will be something totally different. Isn’t that great?
Supplies: watercolor paper of any kind, canvas, canvas board, hardboard, etc.
Size: 8x10, 10x10, 12x12, or 11x14 (you will be working on two at the same time, so make sure you have 2 of whatever you choose.) Whatever you paint on, it needs to be Gessoed first, even if it says it’s gessoed, do it again. You will need Acrylic paints including titanium white. The rest is optional but the more you have to play with the more fun you will have.
Additional Options: graphite pencil, white paint marker in 2-4mm, fluid acrylics, ink pen and speed ball ink in a fun color like teal green. You may also want to use Caran D’ache, other inks, other markers, micron pens. I suggest you bring some $1 bills in case your neighbor lets you borrow something cool and you want to compensate them.
I can’t wait to see the results. See you in class, bring your imaginations!