“Painting in the Tradition of the
Hudson River School”
July 16 – 26, 2011 (10 instructed days, 1 free uninstructed day)
$1350 (includes park fees, a lecture, and 2 group meals)
Shared lodging is $350 (a house with kitchen)
Single room housing is available at local hotels.
Class open, accepting registrations. Limited to 8 students.
Taking place in scenic and historic Jackson, New Hampshire, we will attempt to place ourselves in the mindset of the great American Landscape landscape Painters of the 19th Century.By painting in locations actually portrayed by the Hudson River School, we will discover a deeper understanding of how these artists approached the challenge of rendering the landscape before them. This workshop is open to all levels, and will address compositional sketching, light and atmosphere in grisaille, and outdoor painting in color. Download Full Course Description and Materials List
If you have any specific concerns or questions that need to be addressed before you sign up for the workshop, please feel free to contact Justine Kalb directly at:
To make a payment, contact the GCA Registrar, Joy Tomasko at: