A talk with Karl Dempwolf We are very excited to have Karl Dempwolf return once again, as one of our favorite artists and workshop instructors in October 2023. Karl will be taking the class to Point Lobos State Reserve among other favorite coastal locations, in what will likely be his final group workshop, because Karl plans to spend the rest of his life painting, not teaching. I talked to Karl about what he was currently working on...Read More
We talked to Keith Wicks about his painting process, as he prepares for his June 2023 workshop in Carmel, CA.Read More
It’s not about painting with gouache because your bushes are going to turn out better. Because this class is more specific to foliage. Trees and foliage is what this particular workshop is about. But it’s not as if gouache makes it easier to do it. It’s just more of a matter of I—as an artist—like teaching in gouache. It’s my preference. But you can do it in pastel. You can apply the knowledge of whatever it is I’m teaching in that class.Read More
Plein air painting is a technique in which artists create their artworks outdoors, in the open air, rather than working in a studio. The term “en plein air” is French for “in the open air,” and it gained popularity in the late 19th century with the rise of the Impressionist movement.Read More
Aaron Schuerr approaches painting like a sportsman. He lives full-time in Livingston, Montana, located in southwestern Montana, on the Yellowstone River. He travels around the world finding the most inspiring locations to paint. An avid climber and hiker, he finds himself in some challenging locations with some inspiring views.
In June, 2023 Aaron returns to the Monterey Peninsula to lead another exciting painting workshop. We spoke to Aaron to find out more about his work. Below is the entire interview so you can find out more about him…Read More