I just finished a 5-day workshop for Baltimore Watercolor Society that started on Nov. 5, and what a week that was! A great group of people gathered faithfully at the Howard County Center for the Arts everyday at 9:30. There were a number of very good painters and I probably learned as much as they did. The Photoshop demo was quite well received, and I may be doing another workshop for BWS specifically dealing with Photoshop.
*Workshop info for the next couple of years will be posted on my website again soon.
and i say once again, "a workshop in Melbourne (the arts capital of Australia) would sure look good on your resume."
are you paying attention?
LUCKY artists! Glad it went well, but I knew it would. You're tops for teachers.
Congrats on being a finalist in the magazine, too. Way to go.
Joel and Sandy, the workshops are exhausting - whoever said this art gig was easy? Buy me that plane ticket, I'll be in Oz asap!
Keep up the good work with the workshop gigs Nicholas. Filling all available seats is an indication of something.. like the people's need to have something from your wealth of knowledge and talent. And I agree with Joel.. Melbourne would fit nicely on your resume. Put that free paint to work...
Bill - keep hanging around here today, and I'll have to find some work for you to do. More workshops to come, need to get that page back on my site. Let me know when and where you'll be doing one...I'm in.
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