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Landscape Painting on Location with Walt Bartman at the Rehoboth Art League

Written on:September 12, 2017
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Rehoboth Art League
REHOBOTH BEACH, DE – September 11, 2017

Guest artist Walt Bartman will teach “Landscape Painting on Location” at the Rehoboth Art League Friday through Sunday, September 29 through October 1, 2017 from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. While painting on location at Gordon’s Pond, figures and fisherman at the beach and the town of Lewes and its marshes, participants will learn how to paint boats, water, architecture and the figure. Walt will also lecture on landscape drawing, composition and how to see and work with color outdoors. All mediums, oil and acrylic and watercolor, and all abilities are welcome. The cost of the three-day workshop is $260 per person for members and $295 per person for non-members.

Specializing in landscape and figure painting, Walt Bartman has been teaching in the Bethesda area for over thirty-one years. In 1994 he established the Yellow Barn Studio and Gallery in Glen Echo Park, Maryland, which provides opportunities for artists of all ages and backgrounds to grow as artists, work in collaboration and show and sell artwork. At this location and others, he continues to teach and inspire students of all ages, levels and backgrounds. Additionally, he conducts an exciting array of national and international workshops. With work in prominent public and private collections, Bartman has and continues to receive national recognition for his remarkable artwork and teaching. In 1998 he was featured on CBS’s Charles Osgood Show, “Sunday Morning.” Walt was personally recognized by President George W. Bush and President Clinton for teaching ten Presidential Scholars in the Visual Arts.

To register for the workshop, go to www.rehobothartleague.org or call the Art League at at 302-227-8408 ext. 112. The workshop will be held at the Rehoboth Art League located at 12 Dodds Lane in Henlopen Acres, Rehoboth Beach.

Photo:  “Golden Marshes” by Walt Bartman

“Golden Marshes” by Walt Bartman


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