2024: 2-Day Weekend Workshop
Sat., Jan. 27 - Sun. Jan. 28, 2024
11 AM - 2 PM Central time via Zoom online
Open to All Levels
• Early registration discount for Members & Non Members $150.00 if you sign up by December 15, 2023.
• GLAF Members $165.00
• Non-Members $175.00
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Geneva Lake Arts Foundation (GLAF) is proud to sponsor the Marc Anderson online Zoom workshop for members and non-members. Your screen will show Marc as he demonstrates his drawing, color mixing, block-in, brushwork, edges and final stages. You can take notes, photos and ask questions as he demonstrates his process and techniques. You will have access to the link for 30 days after the workshop, for replay. Marc’s supply list will be available for registrants. To take the class you will need a Zoom account, a microphone and camera enabled computer, iPad/smart tablet or smart phone (android or iOS).
No refunds of any kind will be made for no shows or for cancellations made less than 30 days prior to the beginning of the class. Students who stop attending during class without prior approval will forfeit all claims for tuition refund or credit.
Geneva Lake Arts Foundation has the right to cancel a class due to insufficient enrollment or due to circumstances beyond their control. If cancellation is necessary, all tuition will be refunded. If space is available, transfer options will be offered at no extra fee to the student. Students who cancel after registration will be charged a $75.00 fee for each canceled workshop. Students who wish to cancel must notify the chairperson* for this event by telephone or in person. Email or phone messages left on answering machine are not acceptable forms of cancellation. The remaining balance of workshop funds will be returned if cancellation occurs no less than 30 days prior to the beginning of the class.
For more information contact co-chairperson Bonnie Siegel, at (847) 921-5239 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Marc Anderson was born and raised in the small, rural town of Wild Rose, Wisconsin. He and his three brothers spent the majority of their youth exploring the Wisconsin countryside, which fostered a deep appreciation for the outdoors and a kinship with the natural world. Marc developed an aptitude for drawing and painting early in his life and pursued a degree in illustration at the University of Wisconsin-Stout.
While attending Stout, he began working for a handful of regional and national publications on a freelance basis. He followed this career trajectory for several years until—almost by accident—he discovered the mysterious world of plein air painting. With this newfound passion, Marc said goodbye to the drafting table in favor of the outdoors in which he had grown up.
Painting en plein air was the catalyst that began Marc’s journey into fine art painting. A perpetual student of art, Marc has continued to study, learn, and hone his craft as a representational painter. As Marc’s love for painting expanded, so too did his list of professional accomplishments. His work has been accepted into prestigious shows around the country and has garnered awards from Oil Painters of America exhibitions, national juried plein air events, and fine art shows. In 2021, he received the Dorothy Driehaus Mellin Fellowship and Artists’ Choice Award at the OPA National Exhibition, the Gold Medal Award at the OPA Eastern Regional Exhibition, and was included in the “Top 10 Artists to Collect Now” special feature in Plein Air Magazine. Marc currently resides in Wauwatosa, WI with his wife Anna and studio cat, Frankie. See more on his website: https://mandersongallery.com/about/