Explore the Apostle Islands area through the lens of art! Making art invites us to slow down, to deeply experience a place, and express what it reveals to us. Emerge refreshed, renewed, and changed by guided explorations of some of the most scenic places on the shores of the Big Lake. See flyer below for details and inquire here to sign up for a group class or individual instruction to create your vision of Lake Superior!
Group Rates: $50/half day $100/full day per person (Group is 3 or more people) Ask me about special rates for large groups and children under twelve.
Individual Rate: $75/ half day $150/full day. All materials are provided for use during the class, or feel free to bring your own favorite supplies to work with. Transportation to class locations is on your own.
MADELINE ISLAND – Bell Street Gallery
Plein Air Watercolor Painting Classes for All Ages
Tuesday Evenings June-September, complete summer schedule coming soon!
Join me for an evening of drawing and painting on the Island. Stop by the gallery for an introduction and then head to beautiful Island locations - Joni’s Beach, Big Bay State Park, Town Park Lagoon, or Grant’s Point–for an outdoor painting session to capture your experience. All materials, instruction, and inspiration provided. Families are encouraged to attend.
Adults $30, Children under twelve $15
To Register Phone (715) 747-2092 or visit BellStreetGallery.com
NORTHLAND COLLEGE LIFELONG LEARNING
Forest Lodge on Lake Namekagon
Natural Expressions: Capturing Landscape in Watercolor
May 10-12, Weekend Retreat at Forest Lodge Near Cable, WI
Discover how to capture and communicate your experiences in nature. This late fall workshop takes place at Forest Lodge, a historic, 872 acre estate on Lake Namakagon in the heart of the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest. The old forest and serene water will serve as the focus of your practice as you experience the changing of the seasons with all of your senses. Artmaking instruction includes creating your own sketchbook/journal with simple bookbinding techniques, basic field drawing in pencil, pen and ink, and plein aire watercolor painting. Selected readings along with guided writing exercises are combined with onsite field art instruction and plenty of personal time to give you the tools to create an illustrated journal of this and future adventures. Educators will leave with valuable resources, techniques and inspiration to help others connect to nature through art.
Register through Northland College Lifelong Learning