LANDGROVE, Vt. – InView Center for the Arts at The Landgrove Inn, Vermont’s Premier, One-Stop Workshop Venue, offers a wide range of classes in the arts, featuring everything from plein air in watercolors and oils to portraits, figures in pastels, children’s writing, digital photography and more.
This year’s schedule features some new offerings along with the annual favorites including Writing for Children featuring Esther Hershenhorn, watercolors with Tony Van Hasselt, Janet Rogers, Steve Rogers, Iain Stewart and Pat Weaver, among others. Pastel workshops are available featuring Aline Ordman and Robert Carsten. Dmitri Wright will teach a workshop on Impressionism, Karin Rosenthal on Digital Photography and Martha Wetherbee on Nantucket Basketmaking. Stefan Baumann, host of the PBS series “The Grand View” will teach “Painting from Nature”, a workshop in oils. All workshop tuition costs include lunch each day.
The Landgrove Inn is the quintessential Vermont farmhouse turned full service country inn. Located on 32 acres down a dirt road in the bucolic town of Landgrove, the inn has 18 guest rooms, an onsite award winning restaurant, swimming pool, tennis court and a 1500sf arts studio overlooking the trout pond. Their One-Stop arts program provides workshop attendees with all their needs; food, lodging and first class art instruction, in one convenient location
For complete information on the 2016 workshop schedule and a peek at the 2017 offerings, please visit the website, www.artworkshopsatthelandgroveinn.com, or call The Landgrove Inn at 802-824-6673. Dream it! Do It! At The Landgrove Inn.