Sea & Sky: Painting workshop with Carol Douglas
August 8 @ 8:00 am - August 13 @ 5:00 pm
Far from the hustle and bustle of Bar Harbor, Schoodic Peninsula has dramatic rock formations, windblown pines, pounding surf and stunning mountain views that draw visitors from around the world.
This workshop is aimed at helping painters refine their personal technique in watercolor, pastel, oils and acrylics. It will help you find your own voice and style, without becoming anyone’s clone. This is an intensive class, with morning and afternoon on-site painting sessions and lunch-time demos. Classes are kept small so every student gets the attention they deserve.
Carol Douglas has 20 years’ experience teaching students of all levels in watercolor, oils, acrylics and pastels. Her Acadia workshops are very popular.
All meals and lodging are included, as is a day trip to the harbor at Corea, Maine. Far off the beaten path, Corea is a village of small frame houses, fishing piers and lobster traps. Its working fleet bustles in and out of the harbor.
Space is limited and participants are expected to follow all current COVID-19 health and safety requirements.
About the Artist
Carol Douglas paints and teaches in Rockport, Maine.
She has taught workshops in Maine, New Mexico, Florida and New York, and teaches twice annually aboard schooner American Eagle. Her work has been shown in galleries across the United States. Her daily blog, Watch Me Paint, is ranked one of the Top 75 Art Blogs (number 7) by Feedspot. Douglas studied with Nicki Orbach, Cornelia Foss, and Joseph Peller at the Art Students League of New York. In 2016, Douglas traveled 10,000 miles across Alaska and Canada over five weeks’ time to paint in the northern backwoods. In 2020, she was stranded in Patagonia during the world pandemic; she just kept painting.
Learn more and register via Carol Douglas.