Monday, May 12, 2008

"Square Tea" & workshop



Today was the first day of my workshop and I lucked out and got a great group, once again! I borrowed this square teapot, from the place I'm staying, for my demo. And last night I got some of these funny little lemons with the "nipple" on top. Wierd, I know. I always tighten up a bit on demos (especially the first of a workshop). Here are a few of my students painting:



I loved the way Leiza (sorry if I spelled that wrong) held all her brushes in one hand while she painted (she did a beautiful painting):



Another big day tomorrow. Gotta hit the hay.

3 comments:

Frank Gardner said...

Demos are hard when everyone is watching. You did a good job though. The "nipple" gives a good reason to put a daub of paint there. Good colors!

I hold my brushes like that too when I am plein air painting.

Dani Brandimarte said...

Looks fun! Wish I was there!

Deb said...

I'm thinking I need to take a trip to Santa Fe sometime soon!