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: $0
Marguerite Lawler's education includes a BFA in Illustration from Rhode Island School of Design, and a MFA in Painting from the City University of New York. Her work is shown in both public and private collections. She is represented by the Elizabeth Moss Gallery in Falmouth. In 2017 Marguerite received a Project Grant for Artists from the Maine Arts Commission. The resulting painting are on exhibit at the Maine State House in Augusta, May through August 2018. www.margueritelawler.com
Participants make their own travel, meal and lodging arrangements.
The Monhegan House, (207) 594-7983 - email@example.com
The Trailing Yew, (207) 596-0440
The Island Inn, (207) 596-0371
Hardy Boat Cruises, New Harbor, (207) 677-2026
Monhegan Boatline, Port Clyde, Maine
Balmy Day Cruises, Boothbay Harbor, Maine
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.