Cape Cod, Massachusetts-October 3-5, 2016 

Morning on the Cape


Painting Brilliant Color in Cape Cod, MA

October 3-5, 2016
9 am - 4 pm

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Held in Falmouth, MA
$495 for three full days, $300 Deposit Saves Your Seat


Put a little joy in your brush and join award winning artist Nancy Medina for 3 days of making brilliant flowers and landscapes bloom on canvas in beautiful Cape Cod, MA, during the best time to visit this historic region. Open to beginners as well as advanced students, including those who paint in acrylics and water based oils, you will learn to loosen your approach to the floral still life in this indoor workshop.

This will be a small workshop with a limited number of seats

Nancy is a master signature artist and painting instructor for the Dallas Arboretum who teaches in France, Italy, and around the world. Nancy shares all her favorite tips with you for creating brilliant color on a transparent background, and methods for making your flowers look authentic and beautiful. Students are encouraged to take lots of photos and ask many questions, and will take home the tools needed to create flowers paintings they will enjoy for years to come.

You will learn to:

Simplify shapes

Brighten colors

Add drama

Paint loosely with confident brush strokes

Heavenly Blue Hydrangeas, 20X20, oil

Heavenly Blue Hydrangeas, 20X20, oil

Class begins with a thorough and well explained demonstration by the instructor. Painting together in the afternoon in step by step lessons, students will enjoy a relaxed atmosphere with plenty of color and fun.. A supply list will be shared with students immediately following registration. The classroom facility has great light and is located in one of the most beautiful places in the US. The class is held in Falmouth, MA, supply list and additional information will be sent following registration. For more information, contact Nancy at, 214-802-5537.


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