This workshop will concern itself with a slow immersion into the landscape, a careful observation of the particular elements of a place and the means to reimagine it in the studio. Students may work in whatever drawing or painting mediums they prefer. The first day would involve being in nature with no distractions and giving yourself up to it. The following days would be spent in the studios working from those observations, along with memory and dream, to discover the interconnectedness of what is seen and what is deeply known.
Enrollment is open to all skill levels. The cost to attend is $500 and includes room and board in town and access to our studios. Space is limited and enrollment is on a first-come, first served basis. For more information or to sign up today, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call (207) 997-2070.
Alan Bray was born in 1946 in Waterville Maine. He grew up in Monson Maine and attended the Art Institute of Boston, The University of Southern Maine, and earned a MA in Painting from The Villa Schiffanoia Graduate School of Fine Art in Florence Italy. He currently lives and works in Sangerville Maine and is represented by Garvey/Simon Art Access in N.Y. and Caldbeck Gallery in Rockland, Maine.