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“Not-So- Basic-Basic” painting workshop at Bon Secours Conference Ctr.

Jeanne Fryer a/p

Alan Brain 24’x24″ a/p

Susan Dubick a/p

Susan Dubick a/p

Marion Griffin cold wax & oil

Marion Griffin cold wax & oil

Marion Griffin cold wax & oil

Marion Griffin cold wax & oil

Maralyn Matlick 30″x22″ a/p

Maralyn Matlick 30″x22″ a/p

Maralyn Matlick 22″x30″ a/p

Jeanne Fryer a/p

Jeanne Fryer a/p

Jeanne Fryer a/p

Alan Brain 24’x24″ a/p

Susan Dubick a/p

Susan Dubick a/p

Marion Griffin cold wax & oil

Marion Griffin cold wax & oil

Marion Griffin cold wax & oil

Marion Griffin cold wax & oil

Maralyn Matlick 30″x22″ a/p

Maralyn Matlick 30″x22″ a/p

Maralyn Matlick 22″x30″ a/p

Jeanne Fryer a/p

Jeanne Fryer a/p

August 12, 2018- Just completed a another workshop at BonSecours Conference Center in Marriottsville, Maryland. I always begin my description of a just finished workshop with high praise and excitement. I imagine that some readers might question the possibility that every workshop is great. There is no exaggeration in my words and why would that not be the case. People involved with other like minded people in the pursuit of making creative beautiful pieces of art should be excited
When you look at the work done in any of these classes you can see there enthusiasm and willingness to where no one has gone before. Not every student is an accomplished pro, but most are willing to fail in the pursuit of excellence rather than be satisfied with another “so what” painting.

Here are a few examples from the “Bon Secours-Not-So-Basic-Basic class.

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