Marilynne Bradley Workshop

Only one month away for my watercolor workshop.
33st Annual ARROW ROCK MO
JULY 10-14, 2011

     You are invited to attend the summer workshop OF MARILYNNE BRADLEY at the historic river town of Arrow Rock, Missouri. The workshop is open to amateur or advanced painters of any style. A different watercolor technique will be presented daily. Classes begin Sunday at 1pm at the visitor’s center. Weekday sessions begin at 9 a.m. with a painting demonstration and a critique of the previous day’s work. The remainder of the day will be devoted to painting, additional activities and side trips. Participants will meet formally for approximately 3 hours per day, Sunday through Thursday, and will be expected to complete assignments each day.
     I will furnish you with white sulphite paper,  WC  markers, white crayons and Prang watercolors etc.  If you have your own watercolors, bring them.  I’ll be demonstrating techniques that will work with most brands of watercolors. However, Prang watercolors have the most intense colors. Bring pencils, scissors, masking tape, sponges, water container and a drawing board. The
     The dress for the week is very casual. The weather is usually hot. Bring bug spray. To give you time to get settled with rooming, we will meet at the
STATE HISTORIC SITE Interpretive Center, Sunday at 1:00 p.m. You will get your first assignment due the next morning. We will meet at 9 each morning in the auditorium. Class will end by noon, Thursday.

Her watercolors are recognized in museum exhibitions,  major national juried competitions, and included in many major corporate collections around the world.  She holds signature membership in 10 national watercolor societies and is a recipient of numerous awards.
Marilynne received her BFA degree from Washington University, an MAT from Webster University and her MFA from Syracuse University.  Lectures, demonstrations and workshops are her speciality.   She is a full professor  at Webster University. For 28 years she was an art teacher in the Webster Groves school district. In the past she has instructed classes and workshops at the Kansas City Art Institute, St. Louis University, William Woods College, Columbia College, the St. Louis watercolor society, the St. Louis Artists’ Guild, Washington University and National Art Education conventions.

   Here is some information on Lodging:
ARROW ROCK STATION (660)837-3310, two rooms, full breakfast
BORGMAN’S BED & BREAKFAST(660)837-3350 shared baths, family style breakfasts
BUNNY’S BED & BREAKFAST (660)837-3352
DOWN OVER INN (660)837-3268, private baths, full breakfast
SWITZLER HOUSE (660)837-3148, cottage for 4,
ARROW ROCK INN (MISS NELL’S) 1-800-795-2797
STATE PARK IN ARROW ROCK (660)837-3330, tent and trailer, electrical hookups, showers

Forms for Webster University graduate credit will be available on Sunday. Fee is approx. $400 for 3 cr. hrs. Separate check to Webster Univ. It  can charged.

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