Pacific Art League



Taught the workshop yesterday at Pacific Art League in Palo Alto.  Great time.  I’d asked for 20 artists, and that’s how many we had.  As usual we started out in a classroom, by mid-day I tired of that, and moved everyone outdoors.  In this case, that was a shaded patio on the top floor.  So we dug on the California sun as I taught, as everyone asked questions, and as I also learned from the artists.  I mean I can’t think of a single seminar I’ve conducted, where I didn’t learn something new from the crowd before me.  That’s when teaching is at its best–when the learning is mutual.

God I do dig CA.  But I’m a Midwesterner at heart.  Time to go home soon.

2 thoughts on “Pacific Art League

  1. The hours flew by yesterday at your workshop. Thanks for your advice and ideas and encouragement. I have a suggestion – you should open a gallery here in Northern California! Want to see my portfolio? Wishing you the best. Marian

  2. Marian: Thanks. Very glad you enjoyed yourself. I did as well. Unlikely that I’ll be opening a gallery here, much as I love the place. However I had an interesting brunch yesterday that may lead to significant opportunities for Bay Area artists. Involves an area corp. Will keep you and everyone else posted.

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