“Inspiration to Interpretation”
January 18, 19, 20
Location: Bethany United Methodist Church
Fellowship Hall, 1853 Maybank Hwy, Charleston, SC 29412
Margaret Hall Hoybach, a native of Washington, D.C., has lived in the Charleston area since 1982. Her background in art includes a degree in art from the University of Maryland. A significant portion of Margaret’s career has been dedicated to teaching over 100 art workshops and seminars around the United States and Europe. She has judged numerous shows in the southeast and is a guest lecturer at colleges, universities, and museums. She had a public educational TV series on her art in the D.C. area for several years. Her second book, “Colors of France: A Painting Pilgrimage” was released in 2002.
This workshop will be a wonderful opportunity to sharpen your drawing skills and improve the composition and design in your paintings. “In this workshop, we will be learning journaling techniques using pencil, pen and ink, oil pastel, watercolor, and then interpreting the sketches into finished paintings. Artists are welcome to paint in any medium. I will demonstrate in watercolor.”
Please contact Mary Sayas if you would like to reserve a spot for this workshop.