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Adolpho McQue Workshops

Landscape artist, Adolpho McQue will be holding two, 3-morning LANDSCAPE OIL PAINTING WORKSHOPS on

  JULY: Wed 28, Thurs. 29 and Fri. 30 – 9.30 to 12.30 am.
  AUGUST: Wed 4, Thurs. 5 and Fri.6 – 9.30 to 12.30 am.
  VENUE: STAG STUDIO next to Simonstown Library.

The fee will be R600.00 per person for 3 morning workshop, maximum 10 Artists per workshop, so book early.
The aim is to learn to SEE shape, design, tone, colour and to apply oil paint and have a lot of fun doing it, we’ll aim to complete one small landscape painting during the workshop, beginners are welcome.
In booking you will receive material requirements and in depth course info.
PHONE TO BOOK
Jane de Haas 083 3057846
Adolfo McQue 076 7449855
Visit the web site for more of Adolpho’s work www.adolfomcque.co.za

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ROBERT GROGAN PLEIN AIR WORKSHOP

Plein air painter Robert Grogan offers a one week long workshop in outdoor landscape oil painting in Franschhoek March 15-19, 2010. The course is Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m., and participation is limited to 15 students to ensure maximum individual instruction. All levels of painters, from beginners to more advanced students wanting to learn techniques of plein air painting, are welcome. The location of the workshop is on the beautiful grounds of Grande Provence Wine Estate, just minutes away from the village of Franschhoek. Cost for the weeks class is R2200. Accommodations and meals are not included in the cost.
For more details about the course and to receive an outline of daily activities, subjects covered, and a supply list, please call Lee Grogan at 076 270 4994 or email  lelagrogan@mac.com

Robert and Lee Grogan
Post Net Suite #13
Private Bag X19
Franschhoek 7690 South Africa
27 (0)76-270-4994


www.robertgrogan.com
robertgrogan@cox.net

lelagrogan@mac.com

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The Eleanor Palmer Evening and Social

Thursday 26th November at 7.00pm: Eleanor Palmer Competition and Social Evening.
The late Eleanor Palmer was a long-standing member and prolific artist. While President of SASA, she presented a cup to the Society to be awarded annually to a member whose work was voted the best at an annual event at the Athenaeum. This competition is great fun and this wonderful social evening marks the end of the SASA year.
This is the first time we are combining our end of year social event with the Eleanor Palmer competition and the turnout should be great.  
So, all you SASA members out there, bring in your artwork (anything except class work or work overseen by a teacher), and enjoy the evening with us.  
Members and non-members are welcome, but remember, only members can vote on the night.
See you there!