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Skip Lawrence

www.SkipLawrence.com

Sep. 30 - Oct. 6, 2018

Finding Your Unique Style

Medium: All Media Welcome

Level: All Levels

5-Day Studio Class

Rates & Enrollment

Skip Lawrence's goal for this workshop is to help each and every student find his or her unique style and statement.  Everyone is capable to doing this and must first make it a goal. Skip begins each workshop with a 20-minute conversation with each student. He asks each student to provide 3 digital images of their recent work. It is here that you identify strengths and weaknesses and make a plan for your time together.

Some will set a course to improve techniques and design; others will pursue clarifying ideas and research for ways to give form to their ideas.

All styles, realism, abstract, or non-objective, are accepted. What we are avoiding is “painting like someone else”. So, bring lot of paper, canvas, pigments, and whatever you use to build your art and let’s dig in, have fun, works hard, and create unique images for which we are truly proud.  
 
William B. (Skip) Lawrence, received a B.F.A. degree from the Maryland Institute College of Art and M.A. degree from Towson University. His book, Painting Light and Shadow in Watercolor, was published in 1994. Skip is editor-and-chief of “The Palette Magazine”. 

Skip Lawrence painting
Skip Lawrence painting
Skip Lawrence painting
 

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Alvaro Castagnet (2017) - Kim English - Retreat Week 2017 - Ann Lindsay - David Taylor
Leah Lopez - Skip Lawrence - John MacDonald - Fran Skiles

Margaret Evans - Margaret Dyer - Christine Camilleri - Peter Fiore - Christine Ivers
Robert Burridge - Larisa Aukon - Laurie Goldstein-Warren - Richard McKinley
Joel Popadics - Elizabeth St Hilaire - Brenda Swenson - Kathyanne White - Fabio Cembranelli
David Dunlop - Patti Mollica - Howard Rose - Mel Stabin - Artist Retreat - Lorenzo Chavez
Judi Betts - Henry Yan - Skip Lawrence - Wen Redmond