Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Linda Blondheim Workshop at Historic North Florida Farm Fall 2008

Save the Date:

Tree Painting Workshop

Freddy Wood's Farm


Evinston Florida

November 8-9, 2008

9 AM- 4 PM

Make Up Rain Dates: November 15-16, 2008

150.00 includes the class notebook and instruction. Register at: lindablondheim12@hotmail.comThis is your opportunity to paint on a Florida Heritage Farm in North Central Florida in Historical Evinston Florida.

We will meet at the Wood Swink Post Office , the oldest post office and country store in Florida. Take a step back in time and enjoy painting the huge Live Oaks and tall graceful Sabal palms with lovely views of Orange Lake.

There are beautiful cattle on the land as well and it is completely private so there will be no distractions.

We will focus our study on trees for this workshop, including trunks, limbs, texture, lighting, values, moss, vines color mixing and composition.

The closest restaurant is in Micanopy at Pearl Country Store. It is just about 5 miles away and that is where the closest available bathroom facility is located. We will take a break for lunch and bathroom breaks as needed. Believe me, these minor inconveniences are nothing compared to the beauty and opportunity of painting this landscape. It is my personal favorite location to paint in North Florida.

Camping is available at nearby Paynes Prairie State Park and there are several fish camps in the McIntosh- Orange Lake area which offer clean 2 bedroom trailers for 55.00 per night. US 441 in South Gainesville has many motels available as well ranging from 50.00-125.00 per night.

Come join me to paint this beautiful private farm in North Central Florida.

All painting mediums are welcome, including gouache, acrylic, oils, watercolor, casein and pastels Email me at: to register, or send check to:
Linda Blondheim
3032 NW 161 Court
Gainesville, Florida 32609

Paypal is available on my web site HERE.

A non-refundable deposit of 37.50 is required to secure your space. The balance of 112.50 is due on the first day of the workshop.

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