It’s a wrap in Maysville!
Day 1—Barbara Lowry brought Rosemary with Rosemary Brushes as a gift from her, Eddie and Phyllis.
Day 2–My painting for the day was “Rosie Days Ahead in France”
Day 3–I remember one of the many reasons Maysville, Kentucky is such a special river town.
The great Rosemary Clooney is part of the heritage here. Yep, George Clooney’s aunt and one of the great talents of our time is a big part of the history of the area.
So I guess it was only fitting (Mambo Italiano) that our first days work was of flowers….in where else, Italy!!
Check out the bountiful harvest of flowers!! These girls (ladies) worked hard. I don’t think they left for lunch that day. They were working when I took off and rooted in front of their easels when I got back. I had to threaten them to come up and watch my demos:))
These gals love to paint!
And there were not a dozen plus carmel apples rolled in nuts at the workshop.
Who started that rumor anyway???? (thanks Sandy!)
And thanks to Ohio River Valley Arts Guild for giving us a good home to paint in for a few days:))
Lots of great camaraderie with all the artists made for an awesome Maysville 2011 Workshop!
Only one more workshop before 2011 closes out—-Lexington, KY—ready or not, here I come!!!
P.S. For those of you who are interested in some of the brushes, signing tools, etc that I use in my workshops–you can have a look by visiting my art supply store::)) Please ignore any suggested “cat” gifts that may appear there from time to time. Eddie just loves him some good shopping… with my credit card!
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P.S.S. The digital version of The Artist’s Toolbox should be out this week! The price will be $19.95 and you will be able to download it for immediate reading! And it will be compatible for iPad and Kindle as well:)))
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