Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Wonderful Whidbey

I have the fortune to be teaching right now at the Pacific NorthWest Art School in the town of Coupeville on Whidbey Island off the coast of Washington state. I first taught here in 2013 and am thrilled to return to the beauty, serenity and magic of Whidbey.

The ferry to the island from the mainland


 One of the many gorgeous views

 The Island milkman

The school has some incredible, upcoming courses from artists such as Roxanne Evans Stout, Jill K. Berry, Cathy Taylor, and in a collaborative workshop -- John Arbuckle, Terry Garret and Brian Kasstle.

 The first class I taught this past weekend was a 2-day, mixed media painting workshop called Cover to Cover. It was all about the layers and making creative messes.

The calm before the art storm

Building layers

Happy hands

 Surface details
Layer after layer

Some of my demos from the class

 Workshop selfie


Stay tuned for updates from and about workshop #2


rivergardenstudio said...

Whidbey Island Is wonderful and so are these photos Seth! What beautiful textures and patterns and colors you have guided your students in creating, they are so lucky to have you as their teacher...

Jo Murray said...

Lovely place...but it looks too cold for me. The evidence of your class is testament to your teaching skills Seth!

elle said...

The calm before the storm of creativity! :)

Caterina Giglio said...

Whidby is wonderful.. What a great setting for such a remarkable class..

Jackie PN said...

Looks like a wonderful time was had by all! So cool that you are here,there and everywhere!! ")

Brian Kasstle said...

How fun!

Kay Wallace said...

What a grand class with outstanding artwork resulting! Come to Boston! Mwah!