Learn Figure Drawing Skills For Painters and Sketchers

THE WORKSHOP IS FULL.
IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO BE ON A WAITING LIST, CONTACT ME.
 

 

Join Peninsula Art League members and friends in a three-day workshop with     

PLU Professor of Art & Design, 

Michael Stasinos 

August 25, 26 & 27...
in Puyallup, WA



Friday1:30 – 9pm
Saturday/Sunday9:30am – 4:30pm









Enrollment includes:
 
• 18 hours of instruction, demonstrations, practice and generous individual attention
• easels and chairs provided
• a full-time professional model
• free parking on site
• daily snacks; hot and cold beverages provided.
  
Bring a bag dinner on Friday; lunches Saturday and Sunday.


Cost: 
$425 ($100 deposit due ASAP); balance of $325 due before Aug. 25



***THE WORKSHOP IS FULL.

IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO BE ON A WAITING LIST, CONTACT ME.***

Payment Options -
Stasinos Workshop



Refunds:
 Deposit is non-refundable after July 15. (Partial or a full refund is issued for
emergencies only, at the discretion of workshop host.)

Supplies Needed:
Supply list will be provided after receipt of deposit.


Questions?
Email Frances Buckmaster at fbuckmas@ix.netcom.com



Workshop Location:
Frances Buckmaster studio – 2617 W. Stewart, Puyallup, WA


Depending on traffic: approximately 12 minutes from the Tacoma Dome; 20 minutes from Hwy 16 and Wollochet exit in Gig Harbor; 45-60 minutes from Seattle.

 

This workshop is sponsored by Peninsula Art League. Information is also on the the Peninsula Art League website at www.peninsulaartleague.com
Michael Stasinos’ website: http://michaelstasinos.com








 

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