Slightly Revised Watercolor in the Black Hills 2011


with Mark W. McGinnis
-students will be accepted on beginning
to advanced levels (advanced students may also sketch in media other
than watercolor – pastels, charcoal, graphite, mixed media, etc.)

Class Fee — $250.00

– contact Mark McGinnis
or 208-921-7189 for registration & fee payment

– minimal materials needed, a list will be given upon enrollment

– students will arrange their own lodging (camp, motel, friends, etc.) discount rooms available at Rocket Motel in Custer (cleanest rooms anywhere is their motto)-605-673-4401 – – mention the class

– all travel by private cars (car pool as much as possible)

– daily demonstrations – individual instruction throughout the day and group discussions will take place
on location at the end of each day

– optional group dinners and  evenings on your own

June 20-24, 2011 (tentative schedule)

Monday, June 20 –1:00pm orientation gather at the Rocket Motel, 211 Mount Rushmore Road, Custer SD — 1:30pm
carpool to Legion Lake in Custer State Park for demonstration and sketching

Tuesday – June 21 – All day sketching at Horse Thief Lake and Black Elk Wilderness Trail

Wednesday – June 22 – All day sketching in Spearfish Canyon

Thursday – June 23 – All day sketching in French Creek Area

Friday – June 24 – 8:30am – noon – sketching at Peter Norbeck Scenic Overlook

*Mark McGinnis was a professor of art for 30 years at Northern State University, has had over 120 exhibitions
nationwide, and published five books.

2 thoughts on “Slightly Revised Watercolor in the Black Hills 2011

  1. “Georgia Pam” has campground reserved. Have been sketching GA,IA,SD,TX,LA,FL,NC,VA,WV,MO…..can’t even begin to tell tell you what a boost last summer class was for me.

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