• WORKSHOPS – 2019



    Hi!  Here’s the bare bones Schedule for 2020… Details to come in October!

    But…if you would like to grab your place now, you can go ahead and register using our Contact Form: it’s as secure as the Registration Form…the required Deposit is still $300…payable by check or credit card…

    click on the Contact button above; fill it out using your credit card billing address, cell phone and in Notes, put your credit card info including #, Exp, code, Name on card…or let me know you are sending a check…I’ll take care of it when I get the info, and you won’t risk ending up on a Wait List!  Thanks! Lyn

    20-24 Frank Eber WC

    3-6 Clarity Artists Multi medium
    10-14 Ian Stewart WC
    17-21 Ken Dewaard 1 Any medium
    24-28 Kat Ring Oils 1
    31-9/4 Kat Ring Oils 2

    7-11 Aline Ordman Pastels
    14-18 John Hoar WC
    21-25 Dan Graziano Oils
    28-10/2 Colley Whisson Oils

    5-9 John Wilson Oils

    13-17 David Lussier WC
    20-24 Diane Reeves Oils
    27-31 Paul George WC

    3-7 Ted Nuttal WC
    10-14 Tony van Hasselt WC
    17-21 Dan Marshall WC
    24-28 Janet Rogers WC ST


    7-11 Larry Moore Oils/Gouache
    14-18 Ken DeWaard 2 Any medium
    21-25 Mike Kowalski WC

    We make a decision about running a class about 8 weeks prior…be sure to sign up early so you don’t miss out!  We’ll do everything we can to make your experience one that will send you home happy and then bring you back; many of our students and instructors have been coming here for years!  Click the Lodging or Getting Here buttons for current info and if you have any questions about anything, email me or call 207-594-4813; I’ll be happy to talk with you!  I do hope you will join us…this is a beautiful place to paint and a workshop with us is something you’ll remember with pleasure for a long time!

    Best, Lyn

    Lyn Donovan, Director
    POB 845 Camden ME 04843

    Mid Coast Maine is a wonderful place to paint; we have two Studio locations with access to everything from city scenes to quaint fishing villages, working harbors and rocky coves…and oh yes…LOBSTER!!284 (2)

    Everywhere you look, you’ll see beautiful places to paint! Art focused Rockland is two hours up the coast from Portland, close to quaint seaside villages, lighthouses, traditional New England architecture, rock and fir-rimmed beaches and beautiful harbors. Belfast is a tiny, scenic city about 50 minutes further up Penobscot Bay’s Coast, an hour from Bangor or Acadia.  There’s plenty for a non-painting companion to do while you’re in class;  you might consider making this a vacation!

    We have great studios in both Rockland and Belfast, with water views, plenty of individual work space, an instructor demo mirror and lots of parking. We generally carpool to painting sites, (we make sure you have lunch!) and you can walk to lodging, food, galleries, shops, theaters, museums and the waterfronts from each of the studios! Both are small (7000) cities with distinct personalities, (Belfast has the county’s only traffic light…Rockland has a few more!) a bit of a city vibe downtown, and easy access to the beauty of the surrounding Mid-Coast area; it’s a painter’s dream!