I just returned from my 5-day workshop at the Scottsdale Artists' School. Many of my students were from colder climates so they were very appreciative of the warm weather. The school is using one of my demos of the back of the school in their opening page where they welcome students - how cool is that?!
Speaking of the southwest - Southwest Magazine is doing a feature article on me in their June issue! It should go out to subscribers some time in May.
Here are some of the perks:
1. Gallery Walk on Thursday with some of the best galleries in the country participating. (Legacy and Overland to name a few)
2. Someone from Legacy Gallery will give a talk on Tuesday morning about submitting to galleries and answer general questions you may have about gallery representation.
3. The school has "Thirsty Thursday" where they provide food and beverages (both alcoholic and non). This is an opportunity to meet with other students and teachers who were there during the past week.
3. Free model sessions on Monday and Wednesday evening if you are up to it.
Below in the slide show, are some more pictures from Scottsdale, including my mudhead (no features - just color notes) demo.