Monday, May 18, 2015


Last weekend the FCPS was privileged to host a workshop with noted portrait artist Ann Manry Kenyon. We had a good group of eager participants at the workshop.

Students worked from a live model, and Ann was generous in spending time with students to give them instructions and critiques.

This was a big change for many of our artists, who often choose landscapes as their subjects, so it was a great opportunity for personal growth and stretching the limits.

How great it is to belong to a wonderful organization like the FCPS which gives us opportunities to do something like this. Many thanks to Ann for being the juror and judge for our Spring juried show, and for offering this workshop with her.

It's almost time for our summer break, so stay tuned for details about our last outing for the season in June, where we will head north this year to Castaway Island Preserve.

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