Please join me for my Landscape Painting Workshop in beautiful Sun Valley, Idaho withLori McNee: July 31 – August 1, 2017. Hosted by Kneeland Gallery 26th Annual Plein Air Exhibition.
“With plenty of one-on-one attention, I will help you discover how to cultivate familiar and habitual techniques while allowing room for your own artistic inspiration and individuality.
You will not be taught a formula, but rather an approach that will help you create your own successful paintings.
The objective of this workshop is to have fun, relax, come with an open mind, and a willingness to try new things.
Oil and Acrylic painters welcome. I will also teaching the benefits of water-mixable oils!” ~Lori 🙂
July 31 – August 1, 2017
2 Day Workshop, 9am-2pm: $300
Contact Kneeland Gallery to enroll (208) 726-5512
We will be painting outdoors in the majestic Northern Rocky Mountains within the Sun Valley/Ketchum area. This is a wonderful and affordable opportunity to paint with me in some of the most beautiful country in the United States. There is so much scenery from which to paint, ranging from running rivers and streams, tall mountains and pines or quiet meadows and cool aspen groves, just to mention a few ideas.
I’m not saying Sun Valley has special powers, but a lot of magical things do happen here in my hometown, Sun Valley. The sun is almost always out and there is a lot to do an see in this Old West mining town turned destination resort! For more information about the fun things to do in Sun Valley, please follow this link.
Here’s a bit of information about me:
Lori McNee www.LoriMcNee.comis a professional artist, instructor, and an internationally known art blogger, art marketing expert and owner of www.FineArtTips.com. Lori’s broad spectrum of artwork includes landscape, plein air, still life and wildlife paintings in oil or encaustic wax. She is an exhibiting member of Oil Painters of America and the American Impressionist Society and is a popular demonstrator and faculty member at the Plein Air Convention. Lori’s paintings are in private and corporate collections throughout the world as well as the Gilcrease Museum and the permanent collection of the Encaustic Art Institute in Santa Fe.