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2017 WORKSHOP SCHEDULE! Check out all of our workshops!
Summer 2017, and Fall 2017 pages. To find out more about our upcoming workshops including how to register, just go to our WORKSHOP HIGHLIGHT! TUCSON, ARIZONA! Be sure to check out our Tucson, Arizona! page for information on this five-day, outdoor on location workshop, which will take place at the renowned Tanque Verde Ranch at the end of February into early March. A perfect place to paint! Don't miss out on this one! HUNTSVILLE, ALABAMA! Spring begins with Mel teaching in Huntsville, Alabama in early April. This five-day indoor workshop will take place at the Huntsville Museum of Art. This nationally known museum has thirteen galleries and holds a variety of exhibitions each year in addition to housing a permanent collection of artwork. Mel's workshop is part of their Master Artist Workshop series. A great way to begin the spring season! Contact the Huntsville Museum of Art for details. Just go to our '17 Contact Info. page. NEW YORK, NEW YORK! Mel is looking forward to returning to the New York Open Center in Manhattan to teach another one-day, indoor workshop at the end of April. This class is designed for beginners to advanced painters so all are welcome to join. This workshop is scheduled on a Sunday, which makes it convenient for those who work during the week. For information and to register for the workshop, just go to our '17 Contact Info. page.
WE'RE SCHEDULING WORKSHOPS NOW! If your watercolor society or art group is interested in having Mel conduct a workshop, please feel free to contact us.
NEWS! Mel's painting "59th Street Bridge, NYC" was honored with The Avery and Nina Johnson Award at the 74th Annual Open Juried Exhibition of the New Jersey Watercolor Society. Mel's painting "The Left Bank, Paris" was accepted into the North East Watercolor Society's 40th Annual International Open Exhibition.
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