Thomas Bosket and Rhonda Mann have been teaching together for over 20 years. The students who repeatedly participate in this workshop express that they use the information in their everyday practice, but love the energy created within the workshop space. Accomplished artists, deans of business schools and creatives at every level have soared through this experience and you can too!
Thomas Bosket studied painting at Parsons The New School of Design and received his MFA from Yale University. As an Assistant Professor and Coordinator of General Studio and Graphic Design at Parsons The New School of Design, he developed the Color Theory and Drawing curricula and received the honor of Distinguished Faculty Member of the Year. Bosket is showing his paintings nationally at various galleries and arts organizations. He specializes in raw materials, anatomy and color usage for artists and designers. In 2015 he published Form: Assumptions and Truths, a drawing book on the depiction of three dimensional form for artist and lovers of the arts.
Rhonda Mann has been an art educator of all ages. She has a Masters in Arts and Teaching from UNH. She has worked in public and private schools, as well as in her own school, Oblio Studios. She creates in many media, but has recently focused on creating nature inspired abstract paintings based on emotional landscapes. Her work can be seen at many venues across the country with an emphasis on the galleries around her home in Maine. She is the author of What Potential: A Simple Guide to Cultivate Creativity for Parents and Children.