Landscape workshops

Learning to paint landscapes on site, and enjoy it

 

 

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2018 Workshops

 

Feb 16, 17, 18         Viva Terlingua                  Terlingua, Texas       CLICK  

A three day total immersion workshop in and around Big Bend National Park. NOT for the faint of heart.  Living, breathing outdoor painting in the confines of the great Chisos Basin.

 

 

 

 

May 4, 5, 6               Perspectives in Plein Air             Camdenton, Missouri      CLICK  

Lake of the Ozarks is not just world class boating, fishing, shopping for every budget, join us for a world class plein air painting workshop in one of Missouri’s outdoor paradises. We will be honing our skills in and around the Lake of the Ozarks, and Camdenton Missouri.

 

 

 

 

Aug 10, 11, 12      Gregory Summers & Ed Bouwmeester  Mumford, New York    CLICK   

A 3-day outdoor painting workshop in and around the historic Genesee Country Village New York.

Genesee Country Village is a working, 19th-century historic country village with the largest and most comprehensive collection of buildings in New York State

 

 

 

August 17, 18, 19  Succeeding Outdoors      Murfreesboro, Tennessee      CLICK   

3 day outdoor painting workshop in the rolling Tennessee hills. Lush meadows abound the historic Stone River Valley making it the ideal setting for an outdoor workshop focused on capturing all the greens of nature, without the color green on your pallet.

 

 

 

 

 

Sept 4 – 9      Improving the Outdoors             Blue Ridge Mountains Art Assoc, Blue Ridge, GA      CLICK   

Blue Ridge Georgia is considered to be one of the top art towns in the state, set in the natural beauty of the Blue Ridge mountains, with unspoiled mountains and clear streams cutting through the valleys. The workshop ends as the 14th Fall International Plein Air Festival begins.

 

 

 

 

Sept  19, 20, 21      Taking what you Need                Escalante Canyon, Utah     CLICK   

3-day workshop just ahead of the Escalante Canyon Plein Air Festival. This workshop will better prepare you for creating working studies of the landscape that surrounds you. Geared towards the intermediate and professional artist, but all levels welcome.

 

 

 

 

October 5, 6, 7        Plein Air for Life     Saugatuck, Michigan   CLICK

Why is learning to paint live outdoors considered to be one of the most important things you can do to improve your studio work? Find out in this intense 3 day workshop in and around the beautiful Saugatuck/Douglas area.

Midwest Living magazine ranked Saugatuck/Douglas #5 on its list of top vacation destinations in the U.S. The National Trust for Historic Preservation selected it as one of the “Dozen Distinctive Destinations” in the U.S.

2017 Workshops

 

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June 8, 9, 10
Association of Nebraska Art Clubs Inc.
York, Nebraska
Information/registration: Pamela Hynek   CLICK

 

 

3 Day Plein Air Workshopwild river paint out
June 19, 20, 21
Questa, New Mexico
Wild River Plein Air Competition
Information/registration:   CLICK

 

 

3 Day Plein Air WorkshopParkville 038
August 11, 12, 13
Cathy Kline Gallery
Parkville, Missouri
Information/registration: Cathy Kline  CLICK

 

 

 3 Day Plein Air Workshop
September 22, 23, 24
Saugatuk, Michigan
Mr. Millers Art Emporium
Information/registration:   CLICK

 

 

 3 Day Landscape Painting Workshop
October 30,431, November 1
San Angelo, Texas
En Plein Air Texas
San Angelo Museum of Fine Art
Information/registration:

 

 

 

10 Responses to “Workshops”

  1. Mike shepherd says:

    I am interested in attending one of your workshops. Do you have dates set for spring or summer yet?
    Thanks, Mike

  2. Lori eubanks says:

    I am interested in the cost for your workshop in michigan. Your website won’t give me any information

  3. Claire Gagnon says:

    Hi Gregory,
    We met in Gloucester, MA last week. My girlfriend and I came to paint at Little River where you were painting. It was nice to meet you. Do you ever offer workshop on the east coast? I may be interested.

    • admin says:

      Hi Claire,
      I do remember you and your friend, and thanks for letting me crowd in and paint with you two. I do come East to teach every year, but have not taught a workshop in the New England area. Given enough interest I would love to come that direction. Greg

  4. Sharon says:

    Thanks for the great workshop here in Texas, Greg. Due to your relaxed, practical and attentive approach, I now have the confidence and courage to pack up my materials and go DO Plein Air painting. Despite the obstacles we had, as a group and individually, you demonstrated tenacity…and, that’s “the main thing” it takes to create something worthwhile…in my opinion. I also learned a great deal from the limited palette, the specific instruction and daily group critique. It was “life-changing”, Greg, truly!

    • admin says:

      Hi Sharon, I appreciate your comments, and hope you gained something from the 3 day workshop. I thought you did very well and were receptive to my instruction. Didn’t slap me a single time for painting on your canvas 😉 I hope you keep it up and get outdoors as often as possible. There’s nothing quite like it. Let’s try it again next year. Greg

  5. Mary Lee Lenertz says:

    Although not all great artists are also great teachers, you are absolutely outstanding at both. I feel very fortunate to have been able to take your wonderful workshop. I am deeply appreciative of the way you went out of your way to meet the needs of each of us. I learned so very much and I am looking forward to practicing what you taught me. Thank you from the bottom of my heart! I hope we see you again next year!

    • admin says:

      Thank you very much for your kind comments Mary Lee, it was a pleasure working with you in Texas. Keep plugging away at it, and I’ll look for improvement the next time I see you. Greg

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