Saturday, January 26, 2013


Now's the time to block out your schedule for serious study and personal artist growth. I have two workshops scheduled this Spring.

"In Celebration of Nature" at Wenmohs Ranch 
March 20-22, 2013

Located in the foothills of the Texas Hill Country, the Wenmohs Ranch is a working cattle ranch that has been in the family for eight generations. It is located in Cypress Mill, Texas, which is west of Austin and north of San Antonio, just off Highway 281 between Marble Falls and Johnson City. In recent years, the ranch has become popular as an artists' retreat and school, including an annual meeting of the Outdoor Painters Society each spring.

 Emerging from an underground river outside the Ranch, Cypress Creek gets its name from the giant Cypress Trees that line its banks as it ambles for over a mile through the ranch. Painting and photography opportunities abound with each step along the creek's banks. Guests also enjoy the opportunity to paint and photograph Texas Hill Country scenery, including flowing hayfields, freshly cut hay bales, rolling pastures, roaming cattle, and winding country roads. Year round flora and fauna, including abundant wildflowers in the spring, provide almost unlimited artistic opportunities.

Contact: Dena Wenmohs

"In Celebration of Nature" at Creekhaven Inn
May 13-16, 2013 

Creekhaven Inn is providing a unique workshop experience with an all inclusive package opportunity where your fee includes the workshop tuition, luxurious accommodations, an opening reception. meals and taxes. This provides artists the opportunity to be a part of a community coming together for four days of artist growth, sharing, hard work and relaxation along the banks of Cypress Creek.

Contact: Bill or Pat Appleman

More information will become available about both of these workshops in the near future.

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