Tuesdays in September Landscape Painting Workshops

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David Dunlop’s Tuesdays in September Landscape Painting Workshops (September 12, 19 and 26, 2023 at 11:00am EDT)

Dear Everyone – We hope that you have had and are still having a fabulous and exciting summer!

We would love to see you this September for acclaimed artist and teacher David Dunlop’s live online Tuesday Workshops on Zoom for more adventures in landscape painting! With David’s wealth of knowledge and expertise, he will take you on a thrilling and inspiring exploration of artistic precedents, unique painting demonstrations, and exciting techniques and tips. You also have the option of submitting one of your paintings in each Workshop for an individual critique by David after his painting demonstration. We will also post a recorded version of the Workshops that you can access for later viewing at your convenience or if you cannot attend the live online Workshops. We will send you the Zoom link for each Workshop on the Monday and Tuesday mornings before each Workshop. You can register at www.daviddunlop.com.
If you are looking for additional inspiration and other David Dunlop programs on specific landscape topics, you can also find several other Workshop Recordings as well as David’s series of landscape painting DVDs and online programs on our website so that you can watch them and paint along with them at your leisure. We are also now offering a 50% OFF LATE SUMMER SALE on all of David’s DVDs and other Online Programs until September 30, 2023. (David’s Live Online Monthly Workshops and their Recordings are NOT included in this sale.) You can use the Coupon Code “Create.”
We look forward to seeing you soon!
David, Rebecca and Connie

  1. Leah Tewari

    I’ve enjoyed watching your videos and was considering signing up for your Tuesday sessions. My hesitation is that I’ve been painting full time for about 9 years and am beginning to wonder if there is any reason I should continue. It’s like either I’m on the cusp of becoming a painter or I’ve proven to myself that I have no real talent and should stop.

    Two questions:
    Are you going to touch on the why of making paintings?
    What is soy salve?

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