Painting Horses, Wildlife & The Natural World Mondays September 10 - October 22 (No October 8) 1:00pm - 3:00pm
Throughout history people have been captivated and inspired by the beauty and power of horses and the wildlife of the natural world. We have been painting their images for thousands of years. Lifelong teacher of the arts Robert Butler welcomes students to learn the essential painting techniques needed to render nature's magnificent animals and the habitats in which they live. Mr. Butler is known throughout New England and the USA for his relaxed, efficient teaching style and for his artwork with The Smithsonian National Museum, The Discovery/Learning Channels and private collections worldwide. Students of all levels will gain confidence and expand their skills with classroom demonstrations and individual instruction working with: Nature's Color Palette, Animal Anatomy , Habitat Landscapes and Composition while rendering their own exciting wildlife artwork .
Contact Mr. Butler at (978)283-7186 for a list of needed art supplies.
Painter’s Guild Members: $159 Society Members: $165 Non-Member $180
Maximum # of students: 10