Sedona Plein Air Workshop
J.Brad Holt | October 11–13, 2017 | Tuition: $475

This is an intensive three day plein air oil painting workshop. The objective is to enable students to see real progress in their field painting technique. Concepts covered will be: Tools and materials; Subject and formatting considerations; Composition, drawing, and editing; Color...



Landscape - Source to Studio
Joshua Been | October 17–20, 2017 | Tuition: $525

In this workshop, through clearly explaining concepts in the translation process from a three dimensional environment to a two dimensional surface, I will clear up the mystery, and strengthen your knowledge of the process and visual language of painting, from the source (plein air) to the...



Plein Air to Studio Demonstration
Joshua Been | October 20, 2017 | $50 | 9 am–1 pm

Join us for an extended demonstration by our keynote speaker for the Festival this year Joshua Been. This demonstration will be a wonderful overview, and a great opportunity to review and re-take notes on effective studio practices incorporating every bit of knowledge gained through the plein air experience.


Sedona Plein Air Workshop
Qiang Huang | October 22–24, 2017 | Tuition: $475

Qiang's approach to plein air painting will be demonstrated with particular focus on selecting a dramatic composition, simplifying it, observing the light distribution and using bold and loose strokes to create a powerful and accurate representation on canvas. Using demonstrations and...



Sedona Fall Colors
Betty Carr| October 23–27, 2017 | Tuition: $600

Learn to capture the beauty of light! Betty Carr teaches students to accurately portray the effect of light on any subject in watercolor or oil. The May course is Watercolor only. In the October course students can work in either medium. Both courses will allow students to explore a...



Painting Sedona
Bill Cramer| October 28–29, 2017 | Tuition: $325

This will be an enjoyable and intense weekend workshop involving painting on-site in the Sedona landscape. We will learn the advantages of plein air painting, as well as the various approaches to working on-site and how to efficiently compose and complete plein air paintings.



Exploring Abstract Foundations
William Wray | October 28–30, 2017 | Tuition: $500

Creating the comprehensive (abstract shape) foundation stage of a painting is the focus of this workshop. Students work small in oil or acrylic with limited values and simple massed forms. Class is designed for the student struggling with starting their painting confidently or the long...



Wet & Wild
Julie Gilbert Pollard | May 4–6, 2018 | $450

Learn how to make water look wet, reflective and splashy! With intimate woodsy creeks as your model, study water in motion and glassy reflection. Painting water that looks wet requires some basic knowledge of the dynamics of how water moves and how objects are reflected in its...



Plein Air Painting in the Studio
Kathryn Stats | May 10–13, 2018 | $525

Kathryn Stats is known for her vibrant color, dramatic compositions and subtle brushwork. In this studio workshop students will have the opportunity to choose whether they wish to work on landscape composition from photo-reference or with a still-life/floral situation or both!



Painting the Southern Desert
Gretchen Lopez | March 24–26, 2018 | Tuition: $495

Experience the history of Arizona and the beauty of the Southern desert, as we paint in and around the first European settlement in the region. Tubac is a wonderful go-to destination where we will study capturing the light and learning to paint the essence of what you see from life...



Painting from the Rim of the Grand Canyon
Bill Cramer | June 8–10, 2018 | Tuition: $800

Nothing really compares to painting at the edge of the Grand Canyon. This three-day intensive offers: master instruction, the support of the Grand Canyon Association Field Institute (GCAFI) and coordination through the Sedona Arts Center. We will car pool to various locations on...

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