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We have workshops in various mediums such as Watercolor, Pastels, and Oils all taught in-house by our very talented instructors. Here is just a sample of the fun and informative experiences had by our students. Currently Scheduled Workshops.


with Kyle Stuckey

February 25th, 2024, 10am-5pm

contact info

When: February 25th | 10am - 5pm
Where: Perspective Gallery in Mt. Pleasant, SC
Price: $135
Materials Needed: You will need all your own supplies.  | I will provide a reference photo

At this lowcountry sunset workshop, we will be exploring the ways an oil painter can render the effects of that bold colorful sunset light that castes its beauty over the lowcountry. I will be teaching color mixing, color theory, drawing, brushwork, and composition as well.

In the mornings, I will begin with a demo where I will explain my train of thought as I paint, teach my techniques, and answer questions. During the rest of the day, you will be working on your own paintings as I give one-on-one instruction to each person.

This workshop is appropriate for the newer artist wanting to learn the basics of oil painting or the more experienced artist looking to refine their skills. Anyone who has already taken one of my landscape workshops is encouraged to attend again. We will be working with a new reference photo.

There will be a one-hour lunch break.

If you are interested in attending, or if you have any questions at all, please email me:

kstuckey landscape 1.jpeg





Cold Wax and Oil Paint Workshop with Kathy Parker

Sunday, May 5th, 2024, 10am-2pm

Cold wax is an unique, versatile medium easily incorporated into many styles and other with mediums. It lends itself to mark making and textures, allowing for building up depth and transparencies.

This introductory course will cover the basics of using cold wax while exploring many applications and experimentations. We’ll learn about basic tools, materials and techniques. You’ll learn to let go and be more expressive in your painting.

Supply List
3 colors of oil paint in your choice, at least one must be
a transparent color
Titanium White oil paint
Bowl scraper. Amazon sells a Messermeister bowlscraper and one made by zoie&chloe Soft rubber brayer if you have one (I will bring 2 that can be shared)
Stiff, old brushes if you want to try using a brush
Palette knife
Large palette (if you don’t have a large one I will bring some disposable palettes)

Tools for scraping and mark making. Use your imagination with items from your house. A wooden bamboo skewer, bubble wrap, tissue paper, anything that will make interesting marks. I will bring many of my favorite tools to share

A 16x20 piece of plywood, MDF or cradled panel (must be gessoed) or a canvas board

I will provide the cold wax, disposable paper palettes, paper towels, tape, Gamsol for clean up and many of my own marking tools. I will also bring nitrile gloves for anyone that wants to use them.

Bring a sack lunch

Sunday, May 5 at Perspective Gallery

10:00am to 2:00pm


To register, call or email Kathy Parker at 970-371-3363,

*An easel is not needed. We will be working on a table surface.

above artwork  by Amelia Rose Smith

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