Spring 2019: Painting

Paint in the field or study a variety of approaches in the studio. Whether it’s the figure, landscape or abstraction created in oils, acrylics, watercolor, ink, gouache, encaustics or pastels, you’re bound to get that brush moving!

Landscape as Memoir with Pete Hocking

February 11 - February 15
Monday-Friday, 10-3pm

$325, 5 sessions

Memoir is the art of memory. It doesn’t chart facts, rather uses memory to navigate meaning. In this workshop, we will develop at least five paintings from prompts to memory — family photographs, vivid recollections, …

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Free Members' Workshop: Remixed/Remastered: Drawing from Art History with

March 15
Friday, 1-3:30pm

FRee for Members, 1 session

A 2 hour painting demonstration and discussion of painting as language. Painter Adam Graham will demonstrate a mixed-media painting method from his recent series of studies of the work of Baroque Italian painter Caravaggio. “Nec Spe, Nec …

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Make Color Work with Jo Hay

March 25 - March 29
Monday-Friday, 9:30-4:30pm

$400, 5 sessions

This structured, rigorous, and lively 5-day class is designed to sharpen the students understanding and use of color. Each day, a specific painting exercise will focus the attention and practice on one of the individual …

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Painting from the Masters with Valerie Isaacs

April 9 - April 12
Tuesday-Friday, 9:30-1:30 with open studio until 4:30pm

$275, 4 sessions

Copying the works of painting masters is a great way to learn from them, and to see deeply into their paintings. Henri Matisse and Paul Cezanne had some influence on renowned Provincetown artists, among them …

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Drawn to Painting the Head with Heather Blume

May 7 - May 9
Tuesday + Thursday, 9:30-4:30pm

$225, 2 sessions

This two-session workshop offers a bridge between learning the basic proportions and structures that comprise the head and making tonal studies that reflect that knowledge in paint. Participants will work from a model. Mornings will …

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May 13 - May 17
Monday-Friday, 10-3pm

$325, 5 sessions

In Still Life with Oysters and Lemon, Mark Doty writes about the process of seeing—of the painter and poet’s ability to see through things; of the rewards of looking and looking again. He writes at …

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