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Lake Granbury Art Association's Shanley House Gallery presents the following workshop opportunities: 

One Day:

More information (enrollment, time, fee, supply list, etc.) will be posted as received for the following scheduled workshops:

Saturday, March 21
Beth Eschbach 
Granbury artist, Beth Eschbach, has been painting since 2005. She has a degree in Art with later coursework in graphic design and illustration. Her acrylic landscapes have been exhibited in local and regional shows across the Metroplex with numerous awards and recognitions. Photos taken when traveling help design paintings with a personal connection to a place and time. She aims to use simplified shapes, bold brushwork, and emotional color choices to connect with the viewer.

Saturday, April 18
Barry Selman
Oils, Watercolor

May 16
Beth Prichard
Art is just about the most important thing in my life. The creation of a new painting, the accidental strokes of color that adds a different light, and moves your art to the next level. How can anyone get excited about a single stroke? An artist can and it is something you can do young or old.
   I am an Impressionist painter , my mediums are oils and pastels, and I love bright intense colors. I have been studying art for 24 years with Kaye Franklin, and now teach art in Graham and Wichita Falls .
   I enjoy just how loose a painting can be so your mind has to think to finish the painting. Teaching the do’s and don’t s of a good composition, and all the exceptions to the rules. Mixing paint properly for intense colors, and using a atmosphere color create distance in your landscape paintings.

Saturday, June 20
Linda C. Miller
Oils, farmyard chickens

Saturday, July 18
Bill Dale

Saturday, August 18
Cheryl Moore
Watercolor portraits

I have loved to draw all my life. My dad was a wonderful artist of the graphic artist/cartoonist type. So that's what I did, in my spare time. Even though my dad was a very talented artist, he was a chemical engineer and did not consider art a career path. So neither did I. But as I studied other things, I found my most joyous moments happened when I was involved in some little creative art project. Teaching foreign language afforded me many opportunities to create materials, so after I retired and moved to Granbury, I thought I might want to start doing some painting. It should be easy, I thought. I've done drawing all my life! I started painting about 8 years ago and found out differently. Wow, did I have a lot to learn! Portraits were always my passion, but I had to find a way for them not to look like cartoons. It's been an exciting journey, and I want to share with you my experience with watercolor and portraiture.

Saturday, September 19
David Prescott
Acrylic wildlife

Saturday, October 17
Mary Jo Jung
Colored pencil

Saturday, November 21
Pam Carricker
Mixed media

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


April 28, 29, 30, 9:30am  - 4:30pm
Gini Morelock Bosco
Oil Portraits

October 19 - 23 (More info to follow)
Jo Toye
Mixed media

Robert Burridge, Abstract Impression
Maryann Brummer, Oils/Acrylics

To enroll in Multi-Day Workshops:
A deposit of $75 is required to save yourself a spot for multi-day workshops. Each artist has a different procedure for collecting funds for the workshops so a call or email to the Workshop Chair will answer most questions.

Workshop Chairperson
Kathy Yoders
(817) 579-5075
Click here to email LGAA, the request will be forwarded to the current chairperson.

Weekly workshops:

Third Mondays
This month's MEAD moved to Sunday, March 15th!
MEAD - Monday Experimental Art Day
Karen Foster instructor
Noon to 5pm