Tonight I am announcing the snow painting workshop. It will be here, at the Sunset Hill House near Franconia Notch in the White mountains of New Hampshire. The views are out of this world and the Inn is going to be a great place to do a workshop. Here is a picture of the Inn with the mountains behind it. Here is their web site.
We can walk out the backdoor of the inn and paint on their enormous grounds with views of the whites and we can run back inside by the fire and drink coffee if our feet get cold. If we want to leave the inn there are great locations all over the area. This is sacred ground for American landscape painting, Bierdstadt and McEntee and most of the Hudson river school once painted in this area. The workshop will begin on January 30 and end on the evening of February the 1st. That's three days. I am charging $300.00 per person and I intend to limit the class to ten this time.
I have been able to arrange with the inn for a discounted rate for the class, that is $278.00 for the Saturday and Sunday nights lodging. That will include breakfasts at the inn. So the whole show comes in at just under six hundred dollars for the weekends lodging and three days of instruction. This is a lovely, grand inn in the 19th century New England tradition. I think we should all be very snug and comfortable. Up there in the mountains I think we can count on plenty of snow.
If you want to attend the workshop click here and you will be able to make a a deposit of 150.00 to reserve your place in the class. E-mail me if you have any questions at email@example.com
I have been painting snow outside for more than thirty years and it is my favorite subject. I think snow is probably the thing I do best and I am looking forward to disclosing what I have discovered about painting it. Snow is of course not white. There are some logical step by step ways to approach the problems of painting snow.