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I just had to break the ice and go outside to paint today. So, I caught some ice (think winter Olympics - it's that cold here!) and headed to my favorite estuary at Port Stanley, about a mile from home. I loved how the ice formed-up during our recent nor'easter, leaving small, tell-tale frozen layers of salt water in this shallow estuary. That old farm house in the distance has been there for over 100 years and made a nice counter color to the frozen estuary. I think it's finished but will have another look tomorrow, after I warm up! Painting outside also reminded me about the upcoming workshops I'm teaching.






2014 WORKSHOP SCHEDULE.



MARCH 22/23 & 29/30 ~ Half - day sessions (consecutive weekends)
Dakota Art Center $200
Introduction to Pastel www.dakotaartcenter.com 1-888-345-0067 ext. 5

MAY 30 JUNE 1
Painting the Landscape in Pastels 3 days. $240 members/$290 non-members
Visual Art Alliance of Springfield (Missouri) www.visartalliance.com to register
Contact Sherri Davis [email protected]

JULY 12/13 & 19/20 ~ Half - day sessions (2 weekends)
Dakota Art Center $200
Introduction to Plein Air Pastel www.dakotaartcenter.com 1-888-345-0067 ext. 5

Korcula Island, Croatia
SEPTEMBER 14-23
This is where you paint, travel, learn and eat in grand style on one of the most stunning islands in the Adriatic Sea! This art trip starts and ends in beautiful Dubrovnik, and there are still a couple of spaces available, as of this posting. $2450 Artists, $2250 non-artist travelling companion - Canadian Funds
Includes all accommodations, food, ground/ferry and boat transportation!
Contact Lynda Milina www.slikamilina.ca for details and to register.

Reader Comments



1. Monday, February 10, 2014 @ 1:02:49 PM by Pinky
I have painted in that very spot. Nice painting and it looks cold! Have a great day!


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