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Dear Friends: Life has been incredibly hectic over the last several months for my wife Darlis and me. We have sold Clanna Gardens, our home in England, where we ran our watercolor workshops for the past eleven years, and have moved to America. We are now settled into our new home south of Portland, Oregon, and I am enjoying my new painting and teaching studio in the house (no more slogging through the rain to the teaching studio in the garden!). We really hit the ground running and I've already taught my tenth annual workshop for 'Art in the Mountains', in the beautiful town of Bend, Oregon.
It's 2006 and things are really starting to hum and invitations to teach are coming in regularly. I'll keep you posted on developments in future weeks.
This is an exciting time for me - working throughout the U.S. has always involved long flights back and forth from England, and now that I've changed to living, as well as working in America, I'm finding life is full of surprises, to say the least. Things are different! Everything electrical had to be left in England and replaced with different voltage equipment. It seems vastly more complex and has come with enormous instructional manuals and CDs, as well as a very 'steep learning curve' for yours truly! Our car talks to us, at odd times the cell phone yells "Give a command!" and our beloved golden retriever 'Duke', has even developed great respect for his 'Invisible Fence'. As for the hundreds of choices on the television ? the less said the better! But, my American wife is gently leading me by the hand through this technological blizzard, and we are quite enjoying it all. Life is good!
I look forward to meeting more and more of my American friends at workshops around the country in the near future, but don't think I am giving up in Europe and elsewhere. I've been writing a series of articles for the Dutch art magazine 'Palette', and I am due to teach there next spring, along with England, France and Spain.
This website will be undergoing regular changes as we get ourselves organized, so keep an eye on us for future details. You can contact us as always at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Although Darlis and I have just come to America to live, I've been teaching in various states for the past twenty years. When my books and videos became available here, offers came in from workshop organizers around the country asking me to run classes for them. Since then, I've been coming back many times a year.
My general approach to teaching is to conduct workshops that are both instructional and enjoyable - no ceremony here!. I admit that I work everyone hard, but while we are all just a bit tired at the end of the day, we've made a lot of progress. When I'm not doing demos, I'm circulating through the class giving one to one help to each person, which I feel is absolutely essential. Skills flourish and grow during this week in an atmosphere of laughter and good humor. It is a source of pride for me that each student should leave on Friday with vastly increased confidence in his or her own painting ability, together with many finished paintings.
Here are the 2006 workshop locations and contact information. This website is undergoing a re-build and more descriptive information on workshop locations will follow. Additional workshops have yet to be finalized, so check here again.
Dates and contact information for scheduled Workshops are as follows:
Emerald Art Center - Oregon
Artist's Santa Barbara Workshops - California