Aug 14, 15, & 16, 2020
Free demo open to the public the evening of Aug 13.
Precise location TBD
Limit of 20 students
$425 for three days of instruction
PLEIN AIR MADE SIMPLE
With Karen Margulis PSA IAPS-MC
Explore the wonderful world of Plein air painting in this three day workshop. Karen will share tips and techniques that will help you have successful and fun Plein air outings with pastels. There will be plenty of demos, exercises and help at your easel. We will begin the workshop with a studio session to give us a great start and then spend the next two days outside (weather permitting). This workshop is an excellent opportunity to learn how to simplify and enjoy the Plein air experience with pastels.
Instructor Bio: Karen Margulis PSA IAPS-MC
Karen Margulis is a full time artist and art educator. She lives in Atlanta Georgia with her husband Michael. Karen received her BA in Education from the University of Florida. She currently teaches painting workshops around the world.
Karen is a contemporary landscape painter. She works in most painting media but has achieved recognition for her pastel paintings. She has exhibited her award winning work around the world and has been reviewed by Pastel Journal for her wildflower paintings. She is a signature member of the Pastel Society of America and a Masters Circle recipient of the International Association of Pastel Societies. She was recently a faculty member at the prestigious IAPS Convention.
Karen has a passion for travel and painting while on location. She enjoys the opportunity to share her techniques and approach to making art in her workshops. She is known for her ability to make art simple, accessible to all and fun.
Karen is also an avid Daily Painter and blogger. She paints everyday and shares her work, art tips and inspiration in her daily posts on her blog ‘Painting My World’.
Karen is delighted to be able to be a pastel instructor. She is excited to share her love of art and help students experience the joy of painting. As Degas said “Art is not what you see. It’s what you make others see”. Karen looks forward to helping others share their own artistic vision.