Rocks make up so much of our Arizona landscape. From the cliffs of the Superstitions to the
River rocks in our washes are a fun subject to paint. This workshop is to practice tips to
paint rocks that are believable and not to be mistaken for potatoes. The instructor will have some
images to work with.
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Ann Osgood was raised in Southern California and left to finish a BFA in Drawing and Painting at the University of Hawaii. A bit after graduating Ann moved to the base of the Superstition Mountains in Arizona. The desert immediately cast a spell and she has lived here since then. Ann opened The Upstairs Gallery in Apache Junction and taught for Central Arizona College. She attended Arizona State University as a graduate student. Eventually, she moved to Deer Valley and taught in public schools for many years. Now she is a full-time painter who enjoys working in a variety of styles. Ann Osgood’s work has been exhibited in solo shows at The Shemer Art Center, ASU Downtown Vault Gallery, Sisao Gallery, (9) the Gallery, and was featured as the artist at Serendipity Labs on Camelback. She has been the winning artist in many group shows and competitions, including First Place in the Sonoran Desert Plein Air Event and Purchase Awards in several City of Glendale Plein Air events. Her work is in collections across the country.
$40 (Members) $50 (Non-Members)
Important: The ability to attend this workshop via Zoom is not guaranteed. It depends on the availability of the Zoom coordinator and a minimum of 4 attendees. If you select the Zoom option please contact Vivian 602-793-7973 the week before the workshop to verify availability.