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CTR 070-S18-1 | Painting Monhegan: Early Summer Retreat

CTR 070-S18-1 | Painting Monhegan: Early Summer Retreat

Fri, Sat + Sun 6/15-6/17 Room: Off site


Maximum Enrollment: 12 LBS
$350.00

Course Description

This Monhegan Island 3-day workshop invites students to participate by attending in early summer, late summer, or both. All you hardy artists who like to hike and paint on location, this retreat is for you! Discover why this island has captured the imagination of artists for over 250 years and enjoy the camaraderie of an artistic cohort. All art media and all levels of artists welcome. You will arrive on Friday morning with time to get settled before a noon group meeting and work session. Work sessions will include specific exercises to sharpen your perceptions of color, light and space. All sessions will include demonstrations, group critiques and individual instruction. Late afternoons and early evenings are yours to explore the island. You need to be physically able to walk distances on uneven terrain while carrying your easel with supplies.


TUITION: $350 + FEES: $n/a
CEUs: 1.2
Fri, Sat + Sun | 6/15-6/17 | Room: Off site

Marguerite Lawler-Rohner has exhibited paintings throughout New England and New York. She holds an MFA from the City University of New York and a BFA from Rhode Island School of Design. Marguerite was the recipient of the 2011 Stephen Pace House Artist Residency through Maine College of Art. www.margueritelawler.com


Participants make their own travel, meal and lodging arrangements.

Hotels:
The Monhegan House, (207) 594-7983 - info@monheganhouse.com

The Trailing Yew, (207) 596-0440

The Island Inn, (207) 596-0371

 

Travel:

Hardy Boat Cruises, New Harbor, (207) 677-2026

Monhegan Boatline, Port Clyde, Maine

Balmy Day Cruises, Boothbay Harbor, Maine

 

Supplies:

I would recommend that you work in a medium that you have prior experience in. The class is geared towards the landscape experience, not methods and materials. 

  • A backpack to carry your supplies
  • Sketchbook and drawing tools, which may include and are not limited to: pencils, pens, ink, charcoal pencils, markers, and erasers, pencil sharpeners.
  • Easel: Aluminum easel- or French easel, made of wood, it combines the easel itself with a storage box for your material and palette
  • Paper towels: plenty of them.
  • Rubbish bags: supermarket carrier bags are perfect for this. Use one bag for your rubbish, as you want to leave the site you paint spotless.
  • Portable chair -if you like to sit while working.
  • Bug spray
  • Hat
  • Neutral clothing and ones you don’t mind getting paint on.
  • A painting apron
  • Sunscreen
  • Water bottle
  • Non-latex gloves- this is up to the individual
  • Tape-artist or masking
  • Snacks-candy-gum etc
  • Advil, personal things you may want
  • A digital camera: this is optional, but it helps in case the weather changes or if you don’t have the time to finish your painting on site and need a reference photograph

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