It will be very similar to the Florida workshop, but one day less. I use two sanded supports - one for my still-lifes (Pastelbord) and one for my portraits (Fisher 400) so I'll give each its own day... plus a bit of color theory. It is supposed to be a sanded support workshop and not exclusively a portrait workshop - but since I use 2 different sanded paper techniques and one woks really well for portraits I decided to use it as a subject.
Lorraine just asked this question on another post: Do you ever do a workshop near your home but several days in a row so students could stay in a hotel/motel near the workshop? I live in Ct close,but to to far to drive up for a once a week class.
I have thought about doing just that. Actually I was thinking a 5 day workshop on portraits... but what is preventing me from doing that is where I live. Its a great little city near sights to see, a great hotel downtown near perfect places to hold workshops + coffee shops and restaurants. The problem is it is an hour and a half from the airport and I am not sure how to deal with that or if that would stop people from signing up?
Here's my town on a map - zoom out and take a look where it is. What do you think - is it doable? Would you sign up for such a thing?
& here's our town wiki
the EF Lane hotel downtown (which I could possibly get a discount on)
the coffee shop Primeroast whose roasting beans waft up to my studio window every
& some google images of Keene