Sedona, AZ, March 05, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Looking for a small workshop? Paint Sedona workshops are limited typically to only 4 students. You'll get much more feedback and personal help in these small workshops.
Paint Sedona offers three different types of workshops:
Traditional plein air workshops (all levels of student)
Retreat/mentoring weeks (int-adv students or professionals)
Special workshop weeks (int-adv students or professionals)
Price of each workshop - only US$300, not including lodging. Workshops run Tue-Fri, 9-1. Class size is limited, so reserve soon
You'll be near some of the best hiking and painting in Sedona. Sedona's "Red Rock Country" is famous for beautiful rock formations, canyons and scenic vistas. For more on Sedona, visit the Sedona Chamber of Commerce, I Love Sedona and Sedona Monthly web sites.
Michael is an oil and pastel painter working in the American Southwest, coastal Maine and the Canadian Maritimes. He also specializes in teaching small-size plein air workshops in oil and pastel for the intermediate and advanced level painter and for painters desiring mentoring. Elected a Master Pastellist by Pastel Artists Canada in 2008, he is a Signature Member of the Pastel Society of America and a juried member of Oil Painters of America. He is the author of Backpacker Painting: Outdoors with Oil & Pastel and Through a Painter's Brush: A Year on Campobello Island. A long-time contributor to The Pastel Journal and Contributing Editor for The Artist's Magazine, he lives and paints on Campobello Island, New Brunswick, and in Sedona, Arizona. (Michael also teaches workshops in the summer in the Canadian Maritimes and Downeast Maine. Visit www.PaintCampobello.com for details. He also travels to teach. Visit the workshop schedule page of his website for details.
Michael also has a large archive of tips and techniques for the plein air painter on his blog which is known as "A Plein Air Painter's Blog" and a link is found on his web site: www.michaelchesleyjohnson.com
"Thank you for a wonderful mentoring painting experience. It was so much better than a workshop with a lot of students. I would definitely do this again." - Martha from Delaware