Monday, April 20

Today was the last day of a portrait class I've been teaching at the Wayne Art Center, and at the last minute (some students had already left) I got the idea to line up the easels and ask our wonderful model Paul to pose with the paintings he'd inspired. Moments like this make me feel very proud to be a teacher! It was a talented class, and I was truly sorry to say goodbye to them.

But I am teaching a new class next semester, Figure in the Landscape! It is scheduled to begin next week although they may push the start date back, hoping for slightly warmer weather. If you are interested click here for more info!

From the catalog:
Figure in the Landscape
Instructor: Nancy Bea Miller
10:00-1:00 PM

Take advantage of this special opportunity to paint the figure in the landscape at a beautiful private farm setting 10 minutes away from Wayne Art Center. Enjoy the surrounding woods, stream, pond, paddock with horse, barn and outbuildings. In case of rain we can set up in the large barn or on covered porches.
(n.b. And best of all for women landscape painters: access to bathrooms!)

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