Come join us for a relaxing and creative time at Camp Wyandot July 29—August 1, 2018.
The event is four days/three nights starting with dinner and evening session on Sunday and ending after breakfast on Wednesday.
I was born and raised in Lancaster,Ohio. Growing up in a rural setting fueled my love of nature and being an only child gave way to a deep connection and love of animals. Using my art I enjoy expressing my intuitive understanding of animals and nature and the ways we relate and interact. I have always had a need and a great desire to create. Like most artist I know, I like trying new mediums metal, clay, textiles but I usually return to the paint and brush, the true north to my art spirit. Each day is an opportunity to continue on my art journey and it’s always interesting.
Monday and Tuesday will be a full “study to studio” workshop in a variety of locations around camp. The campers have all gone home so this is a relaxing adult event and adult workshop that will focus on landscape painting including some classroom instruction and will be open to all painting abilities.
Each day you can expect helpful critiques, lectures and demonstrations. Lisa will share her approaches to painting outdoors . Lisa also has some supplies for sale if you need them.
Whether you are an artist or not this is a wonderful time to relax and enjoy the beauty of Camp Wyandot. Walk the trails or sit in the shade of the hemlock trees and enjoy the evening sounds of frogs and calls of the owls and whippoorwills at night. The swimming pool will be open at least one afternoon.
Fee is $250 for the workshop, meals and lodging.
Fee is $200 for commuting workshop participants (lunch and dinner only) and those adults not wanting to
paint but interested in coming as a friend of a workshop participant.
Sunday check in is between 4 and 5 PM
You will need to bring your art supplies, etc. to paint outside. You will also need along with bedding, walking shoes and clothes appropriate for the weather Since we will be in the woods mosquito repellant is advised.
View full brochure here: Plein Air Watercolor Workshop.