Join Sue for one or both of these exciting workshops. Both workshops will be held in Portland, Oregon at the Four Points Sheraton. Class size is limited so that Sue can provide an in depth workshop and give more individual attention.
Sue loves to paint and teach. Sue will share techniques learned over years of painting that will make your creative experience more rewarding. Students leave class with finished paintings and a broader knowledge of how and why to use special techniques. Expand your painting skills with Sue to further your journey as an artist in your own painting explorations.
Join Sue and gather new tools, make new friends and treat yourself to a week of painting!
Learn the importance of layering.
How to use a foliage brush to create trees and foliage.
Dry brush and wet on wet technique.
Lifting color, scraping.
Wax resist and using frisket for masking.
Salt and plastic effects.
Class fee is $375.00 for the week 9 - 5 each day. $100.00 non-refundable deposit will hold your spot. The class will be held near the airport at the Four Points Sheraton in Portland, Oregon. We hold the workshop here because the hotel rates are reasonable, there are also often opportunities to share a room with a fellow student.
If you are interested please contact Susan or Camille for details: via e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org PH: 800-796-1953
We offer a discount on class supplies for class attendees only.
The whole family spent the weekend of January 22nd. at the beach for Sue's birthday We had a wonderful time and as you can see from the film clip the weather was beautiful. Sue shot some of the ocean and surf for future projects she is going to do. Enjoy the film.
Sue and I were in Canada for the Coast-to-Coast Alberta Paint In. After the show our daughter, Camille and her husband Greg joined us for a holiday in Banff, Lake Louise and Jasper. I am going to put a little clip on now and add some images later.
Once again the ladies of Ohio put on an outstanding show. The attendees had a great time seeing the trade floor and the first day brought in over 1100 paid walk-in. This was wonderful for the exhibitors who were kept busy all day.
The team Scheewe has shared so many wonderful years together going to trade shows, conventions and teaching workshops. Sue's mom would love it when the girls would come to Portland for two weeks in January and two weeks in June plus all the many show we have atended together. Over 25 years with never a hard word and the best of memories.
This photo is from the Heart Of Ohio Tole Show. From left to right are Sue, Barbara Smith, Bev Hink Birdwell, Ros Stallcup and Jane Drynan. We all enjoy seeing Carolyn Stevens and Char Stemple who have retired and not at the show.
Here I am with Judy Westergard and Barbara Jenkins in their painted bras to benefit breast cancer awareness.
Sue and Ros are in Sue's booth with a very nice couple from Italy. They have a shop over there and this was therr first visit to the United States. Their command of the English language was very good and that made it easy to communicate. I know they had a wonderful time on the trade floor.
Sue and i are with an old friend from France. Vernique has a shop in the Northeastern part of France and next year we will go over and Sue will teach for two days. We can hardly wait to visit.
Taking a break from the show we all went for a family style Italian meal. The fellow in the foreground is Larry Rol.
Our next show will be in Providence, Rhode Island in October and then a trip up to Rockport, Mass. for some sightseeing.
Hi, we hope you join us for one of these fabulous workshops.
Class fee is only $375.00 for the entire week 9-5 each day. $100.00 non-refundable deposit will hold your spot. The April class will be held near the airport at the Four Points Sheraton, the hotel rates are reasonable, there are also students who want to share rooms which is a cost saver.
If you are interested please contact Susan or Camille for details via e-mail: email@example.com PH: 800-796-1953
* We supply paint and will offer a discount on class supplies for class attendees only.
Stan and I enjoyed a wonderful winter walk. Most all of the trees had lost their leaves but still have a special beauty. Look at the cast shadows on the path. Those just a few steps away on the bridge looking down at the still water's wonderful reflection.
Take a walk or ride in the winter and take wonderful reference photos that show the structure of some of the trees in your area and put them in a notebook for reference. Look On You Tube to see the lovely area as a reference on the walk.
We will try to put new painting tips on You Tube at least once a week. If you search for Sue or Susan Scheewe you will find three postings. One with Santa Claus and two that are painting tips. Each tip is less than a minute and one deals with rocks and the other is on Queen Ann's Lace. Leave comments or suggestions for us because we do want to hear from you.