October 25-28, 2020

Instructor: Margaret Godfrey

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2020 Fall Watercolor Workshop Cost to Attend.

Triple
3 roommates in bunk style rooms (lower bunks only). Some rooms have bathroom in the room, some in the hall.
Program fee $250 + Meals $150 +
Housing $150 = $550
3 nights +
9 meals
Double
Share with 1-2 roommates (bathroom in room or next door)
Program fee $250 + Meals $250 +
Housing $150= $650
3 nights +
9 meals
Single

Solo room (bathroom in room or next door) 2 available

Program fee $250 + Meals $150 +
Housing $350 = $750
3 nights +
9 meals
Commuter
No overnight lodging, includes lunches and dinners
Program fee $250 + Meals $106 +
Facility use fee $140 = $496
3 lunches +
3 dinners

 

Cancellation Policy:

If 90+ days out, canceling a registration results in a full refund minus a $50 handling fee.

If 46-90 days out, 65% refund. If 30-45 days out, 50% refund.

If fewer than 30 days out, there is no refund available.

Payment Plan Option: 

You may choose to divide the cost across several months, depending upon how far in advance you are registering. Options will automatically appear in the online registration process. The cost is only $5 per month.

Margaret Godfrey

Margaret Godfrey is a symbolic painter who has been described as a conceptual artist. Her paintings have an abundance of symbols, which help tell the underlying story of a series. By working in a series, she is able to explore and express different aspects of the pictorial metaphor. Her patterns and decorative designs flow through her body of work, connecting the layers and messages of a series. In viewing her paintings, look beyond the literal; search for the allegory.

Her pictures incorporate both representational and abstract styles and often include both. She uses watercolor, acrylic, ink, and collage in her creative works on paper. Living in the beautiful McKenzie Valley in Oregon and traveling throughout the U.S and abroad, she finds an abundance of inspiration for creating art. Margaret shares her enthusiasm for art through teaching workshops and active membership in art associations.

Margaret is an award-winning member of the Watercolor Society of Oregon, the Western Federation of Watercolor Societies, the Northwest Watercolor Society and she is a signature member of Northwest Watercolor Society and Hawaii Watercolor Society. She is a member of Watercolor West, National Watercolor Society, and American Watercolor Society. Her works have been in juried shows around the United States. Her paintings hang in private and public collections in the U.S., Honduras, Canada and Japan.

Margaret is a self-educated artist with a background in education and counseling. She has studied with many nationally known artists.

This is a basic schedule that is in-progress and subject to change.

Sunday

4:30 PM – 5:30 PM Check in Wright Hall

5:30 PM – Welcome & Orientation

5:50 PM – Volunteer Servers report to the Dining Hall

6:00 PM – Dinner

7:00 PM – Getting Started Session

Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday

7:45 AM – Volunteer Servers report to the Dining Hall

8:00 AM – Breakfast

9:00 AM – Studio Sessions

11:45 AM – Volunteer Servers report to the Dining Hall

12:00 Noon – Lunch

1:00 PM – Studio Sessions

4:00 PM – Studio Sessions end

5:00 PM – Free time/painting time

5:45 PM – Volunteer Servers report to the Dining Hall

6:00 PM – Dinner

7:00 PM – Free time to paint, rest, etc.

10:00 PM – Quiet time

Thursday

7:45 AM – Volunteer Servers report to the Dining Hall

8:00 AM – Breakfast

9:00 AM – Studio Sessions

11:45 AM – Volunteer Servers report to the Dining Hall

12:00 Noon – Lunch

1:00 PM – Studio Sessions

4:00 PM – Workshop concludes

5:00 PM – Check out

SUPPLY LIST

will be posted soon

Pictures from the Fall 2018 workshop with Anji Grainger