Monday, November 9 to Friday, November 13, 2020, 9:00am to 5:00pm
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Full deposit is refundable prior to 9/15/20, no refund after that date. Final payment is due 60 days prior to the start of the workshop.
This workshop is aimed at helping painters refine their personal technique in plein air. All media are welcome: watercolor, pastel, oils and acrylics. This is an intensive class, with morning and afternoon on-site painting sessions and lunch-time demos. Classes are kept small so every student gets the attention they deserve.
We’ll work on:
- Plein air composition
- Color theory
- Accurate drawing
- Mixing colors
- Finding your own voice
- Authentic brushwork
Morning session, 9 AM to noon.
Afternoon session, 1 PM-5 PM.
Students are expected to meet either on location or in studio promptly at those times. We will have a short lecture followed by one-on-one instruction each day. There will be a critique session during the last afternoon.
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Carol L. Douglas bio:
Carol Douglas paints and teaches in Rockport, Maine.
She has taught workshops in Maine, New Mexico, and New York. Her work has been shown in galleries across the United States. Her annual workshop at Schoodic Institute in Acadia National Park is well-attended. She teaches two watercolor plein air workshops annually aboard the historic schooner American Eagle. Her daily blog, Watch Me Paint, is ranked one of the Top 75 Art Blogs (number 7) by Feedspot.
Douglas studied with Nicki Orbach, Cornelia Foss, and Joseph Peller at the Art Students League of New York. In 2016, Douglas traveled 10,000 miles across Alaska and Canada over five weeks' time to paint in the northern backwoods. She has painted in Scotland, Australia, Argentina and elsewhere.
She is represented by Camden Falls Gallery, Camden, ME and Folly Cove Gallery, Rockport, MA.
Douglas is a member of the Maine Arts Commission and a former chair of New York Plein Air Painters