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Lake Granbury Art Association's Shanley House Gallery presents the following workshop opportunities:
Saturday, March 21
Saturday, April 18
Beth PrichardArt 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
Saturday, August 18
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
Saturday, October 17
Mary Jo Jung
Saturday, November 21
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
October 19 - 23 (More info to follow)
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.
Click here to email LGAA, the request will be forwarded to the current chairperson.
MEAD - Monday Experimental Art Day
Karen Foster instructor
Noon to 5pm