By Chris Cernetisch
"No matter what your age or your path, weather making art is your career or your hobby or your dream, it is not too late or too egotistical or too selfish or too silly to work on your creativity" (quote from Julie Cameron)
I have been attending workshops/class/revivals/retreats over 40 years!
I ALWAYS benefit in the experience!.
Even when attending a workshop where "my qualifications" are 'higher' than the instructors!
Going to weekend workshop retreats are so inspiring and the enthusiasm is SO contagious, you are MOTIVATED to learn.
You do not NEED to be an "artist" ALL you need is a desire to come and learn something new.
The rest is going to happen.
Learning the process in a 3 FULL day set up, jump starts you past all the scary, icky frustrating parts.
Setting your goals towards success for learning the techniques involved.
You learn age old processes, twisted with the instructors own blend and take, enabling YOU to learn through "their" mistakes, gaining you success faster.
The beauty of a weekend workshop is one, that you attend a course in 3 days instead of 6 weeks.
It is the same thing.
- Except, you have a smoother transition of class content.
- Better ability to retain what you are learning.
- Fewer stops and restarts, for keeping the processes flowing.
- Ramping UP your ability to learn the process
- A One on One experience
- camaraderie spirit
quote from Julie Cameron
Come experience a truly invigorating and freeing weekend!
Join us July 25,26,27, 2014
The Stagecoach Gallery offering a choice of:
Photography ~ Chad Phillips ~ www.chadphillips.com
Pastel Painting ~ Chris Cernetish ~ www.pastelchris.com
Watercolor Painting ~ Bonnie Brahms ~ www.brahms-art.us
Ancient staining the glass process ~ Mary Hunt ~ www.maryshuntstudio.com
Contact ~ Mary
at the gallery 605-337-2308
Scroll through the rest of the blog for informational postings
Come and join in!
Deadline for entering the workshops is June 21, 2014