Typically a 3-Day workshop, we cover topics such as color, composition, brushwork and palette knife, simplification and working from life. Format includes demonstration, lecture and individual critique. A standard workshop is hosted by an art school, gallery or organized locally. Maximum class size is 15 students.
Custom group WORKSHOPS
Provide the space and I will travel. With as few as 8 students at regular workshop fees, you can book Angela to come teach in your area. Your group can decide on the focus of the workshop and get much more time from Angela. Fees are based on group size and travel expenses.
Private workshop experience
If you want a lot of individual attention and plan the topics of the workshop then you might want to consider this option. This workshop is held in Angela’s personal studio and limited to a maximum of 4 students. Fees are based on number of students. 2-3 Days are recommended.
SOME FEEDBACK FROM PREVIOUS STUDENTS:
“It is just so fun to be together with likeminded souls, and to have such an incredible instructor/painter is the icing on the cake! I so admire the way you paint and it was such a treat to watch your process. I appreciate your willingness to share so much!” -- Sherry Lott
“I have worked with three experienced teachers during my two years painting, but have certainly learned the most from Angela Nesbit. She is most professional and her style puts one at ease to accomplish personal goals during the allotted time.” -- John Readhead, Greensboro
“Angela’s workshop was well organized & steps were simplified and clear, which was extremely helpful. Angela’s teaching style resonated with me and there was a good balance of instruction/demo time with painting time. I appreciated the personal quality coaching & positive encouragement preceding critiques." -- Cinthia Griffin, Charlotte
“Not only is Angela an incredibly talented artist, she is so generous as a teacher in sharing her knowledge of color, value and technique. I left the 3 day workshop with confidence in my own abilities and even a greater appreciation of the skills Angela possesses.” -- Jackie Wieland, Greensboro