Since 1975 the Anderson Ranch has been bringing together guest artist instructors - teaching workshops in Ceramics, Painting, Sculpture, Woodworking and Photography - with students of all ages and artistic levels....from basic to advanced.
At it's 4 1/2 acre campus, located in the breathtaking Rockie Mountains in Aspen-Snowmass, Anderson Ranch hosts over 100, one and two-week workshops from June to September, plus residency programs during the fall, winter and spring for qualified artists. Generous scholarship opportunities are available.
A useful and very economical resource for a wide range of metal and wood section picture frames -- also offers a neat, easy-to-use website tool for creating your own custom sized pre-cut window mats.
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Santa Fe Photographic Workshops, an inspirational resource for photographers, is a year-round educational center. Each season imagemakers of every kind travel to magical Santa Fe to engage their imaginations and rekindle their passion for photography. In the beautiful and serene setting of our campus, the senses are stimulated and creativity flourishes. The Workshops encourage participants to create work that truly bears their signature, to make images that flow from their hearts and souls as well as their eyes.
Located in Rockport, Maine for over the last 35 years, there are many different programs at the Workshops. Some concentrate on lab or studio work where others involve field trips to view the enchanting scenery. What they all have in common is a passionate community committed to learning a new skill or improving one's work.
My images may evoke a memory, an emotion, or a reminder of something visually similar. In a way I have a disadvantage; I know what I have photographed. Anyone else viewing my photographs is unencumbered by the influence of certain recognition and has a free range of imagination with which to appreciate their visual essence.