ArtCure 2016 – ART TO BEAT CANCER for Children's Research Institute 2015
Auction Ends: May 8, 2015 09:00 PM CDT


"Lobster Drop"

Item Number
Estimated Value
$5,800 USD
Opening Bid
$1,900 USD

Item Description

12" high x 16" wide, oil on linen

Artist: Kevin Macpherson

The final price for this painting will be MATCHED, thereby doubling your donation for impactful cancer research at Children's Research Institute in Dallas. 

Kevin Macpherson is one of the foremost Plein Air painters in America. Kevin is internationally recognized through his books, video instruction and the American Public Television series," Passport and Palette". His oil paintings are internationally collected; he exhibits in the finest galleries, national and international exhibitions and museums.

Kevin is a passionate explorer and loves to experience different cultures and people. He has spent the last thirty years traveling the world for inspiration.

Macpherson's passion to paint took him to Taos, New Mexico to pursue easel painting and leave the advertising world. Although it was a risky step to leave a well-built reputation and a financially lucrative position he took the plunge to start over in the world of fine art. His guidance as president of Plein Air Painters of America literally paved the way for an important art movement in our country today.

Author of three books, two art instructional books that became best sellers in the genre. "Fill Your Oil Paintings with Light and Color" has been translated in the Chinese language and sells well within China. "Landscape Painting Inside & Out" is now also being translated in Chinese. Kevin conducted workshops all over the world. The seminars fill quickly and he has an international following for his paintings, fascinating power point lectures, effective teaching skill, books and videos. Macpherson is well respected in the art community; he takes risks and raises the bar in the art field. He is member of many prestigious organizations for his artistic accomplishments and influence.

Macpherson produced instructional videos about his artistic process, more importantly he has co-produced, directed, written, worked on both sides of the video camera and was a featured artist on the 13-episode art program aired on American Public Television. "Passport and Palette", has documented a select group of artists painting on location in many fascinating places in the world. The artists share their vision and methods in the universal language of art,

Kevin has mentored aspiring artists in over a dozen countries. He loves to travel and share his art enthusiasm offering enlightened talks and inspiring educational experiences. The past five years he has brought artists groups to China and has explored China on his own immersing himself for months at a time in the rural countryside villages and large cities. Kevin is studying Mandarin and the written language.

Macpherson has been honored to exhibit with China's, "Creative Cities" exhibition recently held at the 2012 London Olympics. He also has been a guest of the Chinese Realists Painters of China to explore and paint in the province of Xinjiang, culminating in an impressive exhibition, "Affection of the Motherland" that has traveled to the major museums in Shanghai, Beijing, Urumuqi, Hong Kong and beyond.


My earliest memory is drawing on my grandfather¿s porcelain kitchen table. He taught me how to draw rabbits and turtles and would magically wipe the pencil marks off without ruining the table or getting in trouble. My childhood was focused on art, drawing, painting and modeling clay. I was always the best artist in my class however I never had someone to guide me into what a career as an artist may be.

Although art was the center of my life and I knew I would be a professional artist by the time I was seven I never had formal training until enrolled in Northern Arizona University. Fortunately majoring in illustration introduced me to wonderful instructor named Chris Magadini. He was an inspiring instructor that encouraged the best from his students. He became my first mentor and we remain friends and painting peers to this day.

My schooling and my eight years as a freelance illustrator were an excellent foundation for a fine artist. The demanding advertising field honed the skills that continue to influence my paintings. I continued my studies with many fine artists at the Scottsdale Artist's School. There my eyes were awakened to the new world of painting on location. The countless hours painting from life, directly observing nature and color taught me truly how to see as an artist.

This new unexpected path to improve my illustration skills changes my life in a big way. Although life as an illustrator was energizing and rewarding becoming a plein air artist represented in fine art galleries was icing on the cake. My second mentor was the landscape itself. Nature has all the truthful answers if we only ask many questions.

I have traveled most the world. New places and faces have inspired my work. Fresh locations keep my senses at their highest level. For the plein air artist travel is a perfect companion. I spend months at a time, away from home, painting every day and visiting museums and experiencing the lifestyle of many different cultures. Art is a universal language that opens many doors in every place I go. What inspire me are color, light and atmospheric effects. I actually do not know what the next motif will be. I must always be on call and be aware of my surroundings and accept the many opportunities that nature puts before me.

I live in a beautiful rural area high in the mountains east of Taos, New Mexico surrounded by pines, aspens and wild animals. The changing seasons have inspired many of my paintings including my series of 368 paintings titled, "Reflections on a Pond". This series really sums up what my painting is all about. Not so much about a beautiful subject out my window but the ever-changing light and atmosphere and compositional opportunities that nature puts forth.

Recent travels to Asia have surprisingly shifted some of my gears. I went as a landscape painter but I was so inspired by the people and faces of China I began painting portraits and figurative works. I find this subject very challenging. An artist must go with inspiration wherever that leads. It takes years to master the skills necessary to communicate inspiring works of art. It is dangerous to become complacent repeating one's success. Perhaps an artist may produce a satisfying product but it is not satisfying to repeat formulas from previous paintings. It is interesting that we work so hard to figure out, "how to do it", but when we reach that place of knowing most artists I admire will raise the bar and find new challenges. Searching for the unknown is what motivates true artists.

If I were to offer advice to an aspiring artist I would say find some good training to own the basic skills. Find the right schools, the right mentors and workshops. Dedicate the hours and years necessary to master the principles and foundations. With the right guidance from a giving mentor or instructor you will save much time in your advancement. The desire and need to paint for yourself is more important than any great teacher for they can guide you and inspire you but if you're not self-motivated one will never reach full potential. There may be many obstacles and discouragement along the way but if a person follows their dream the life as an artist will never feel like work.

Visit museums, galleries and peruse books to find many artists, abstract and representational, which touch you and perhaps have a similar art vocabulary to confirm your own voice. In fact finding your "own voice" trusting and believing in yourself and what you have to offer is most important. There are many good artists available to look at, to compare and persuade you to copy their methods. All the great masters were humans and yes they are great and we put them on a pedestal but each of you have something worthy and unique to say. Believe in yourself. If you had the choice to paint like any artist in the world? There is really only one answer that is Y O U.

The nature of plein air painting forces an artist to paint at a speed that for many is very uncomfortable. I actually thrive on this anxiety state of mind. My skills must be in tune but secondary to my intuition for the impassion race against the fleeting effects of nature.

My simple palette; Alizarin Red, Cadmium Yellow Light, Ultramarine Blue and Titanium White has served me well. I mix all the color relationships necessary with these three primaries and white. This limited palette is very liberating.

I profess create the big picture first; the biggest simplified shapes as the most important representation of light and shadow. Each of the major shapes that best represent the simplified concept of your painting must be related properly before one worries about the insignificant shifts in temperature and value. If the big picture, major shapes, are not related properly all the detail and all the modeling one does will be incorrect and will be a waste of the artist's time. Start with the lightest light and the darkest dark. These two notes of color and value will set the high and low parameters to guide all other comparisons. Next relate all the colors in the shadow family. Use this simple method to infuse light and color into paintings. Each day each moment will require different combinations and different relationships of value and color. Observe directly and carefully for these relationships make each painting unique. When all color and values are related properly, all shapes and proportions properly placed and there are no more corrections necessary this is when I know my painting is completed.

Kevin Macpherson

After years as a successful freelance illustrator in Phoenix, Arizona, Kevin moved to Taos, New Mexico in 1987 to pursue his goals as a fine artist. He is a master of the art of painting outdoors directly from nature, en plein air. Macpherson is the former president and Signature Member of Plein Air Painters of America, Master Signature Member of Oil Painters of America, Master Artist of American Impressionist Society, and Member of the Salmagundi Club. He is an Out-of-State Artist Member of the California Art Club. Galleries in New Mexico, and California represent his work. He has authored three books, Reflections on a Pond, Fill Your Oil Paintings With Light and Color and Landscape Painting-Inside and Out and Kevin¿s technique is demonstrated on videos and is now on nationwide American Public Television with a 13-part series, ¿Passport and Palette¿, Following the Master Artists on an Artistic Expedition of the World.

Northern Arizona University, Bachelor in Fine Art, 1978. Has taken numerous classes at Scottsdale Artists¿ School since 1983 to present.

2010 One man Exhibition, The Salmagundi Club, ¿Reflections on a Pond¿, (New York, NY)
2010 Invitational, The Salmagundi Club, ¿American Masters¿, (New York, NY)
2009 Invitational, ¿American Legacy¿, Plein Air Painters of America, The Haggin Museum
2009 One man Exhibition, Middletown Arts Center, ¿Reflections on a Pond¿, (Ohio)
2009 Invitational, ¿Wet Paint 2009¿, Coleman Fine Art, (Charleston, SC)
2009 Invitational, Maui Plein Air Painting, (Maui, Hawaii)
2008, 2009 Invitational, ¿Taos Living Masters¿, (Taos, NM)
2008 Torrey Pines Art Invitational, (San Diego, CA)
2008 Invitational, ¿Catalina Island Plein Air Exhibition, Catalina Island Museum
2008 Invitational, ¿Catalina Island Plein Air Event¿, Catalina Island, CA
2007 Invitational, ¿From the Heart¿, Plein Air Painters of America, The Haggin Museum
2007 - 2009 Invitational American Art in Miniature, Gilcrease Museum (Tulsa, OK)
2007 Invitational, ¿Where we are in America: From Sea to Shining Sea¿, Cape Cod, MA

2006 One Man Exhibit, Pasadena Museum of California Art, ¿Reflections on a Pond¿
2004 ¿ 2007 Invitational, ¿Sea to Shining Sea: A Reflection of America¿, The Haggin Museum
2005 Invitational, ¿Plein Air New Mexico¿, (Santa Fe, NM)
2003, 2004 Invitational, ¿2nd Annual Miniature Show¿, Millicent Rogers Museum, (Taos, NM)
2004 Plein Air Painters of America Invitational Show, (Lake Tahoe, CA)
2004 Invitational, ¿Artists of the Grand Canyon¿, Mark Sublette Medicine Man Gallery
2004 Invitational, ¿Invitational 2004¿, Anne Irwin Fine Art, (Atlanta, GA)
2004 Invitational, ¿Alla Primma International¿, (Taos, NM)
2003, 2007-2010 Invitational, ¿Annual Gold Medal Exhibition¿, California Art Club, (Pasadena, CA)
2002 Invitational, ¿Where the Mountains Meet the Sky¿, Colorado Mountain Club
2001 Invitational, ¿Artist¿s Paint Yosemite¿, The Haggin Museum
2001 - 2005 Invitational, ¿International Masters of Fine Art¿, (San Antonio, TX)
2001 Invitational, ¿Grand Canyon Expressions¿, Forbes (New York, California)
2000 - 2008 Invitational, Western Rendezvous of Art, (Helena, MT)
1999, 2004, 2005 Invitational, ¿Great American Artists Show¿, (Cincinnati, Ohio)
1999 ¿ 2000 Invitational, ¿Laguna Beach Plein Air Painting Competition¿
1998 Invitational, ¿Treasures of the Sierra Nevada¿, Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County and Muckenthaler Cultural Center (Fullerton, CA)
1997 - 2000 Invitational, National Wildlife Museum (Jackson, WY) Annual Miniature Show
1996 Invitational, ¿Paintings of the Mission San Juan Capistrano¿, Carnegie Art Museum, (California Art Club)
1995 - 2001 Invitational Miniature show, Albuquerque Museum
1995 Invitational American Landscape, Big Horn Galleries
1994 Invitational American Art in Miniature, (Tulsa, OK)
1994 Invitational Miniatures, White Oak Gallery, (Edina, MN)
1994 Spring Invitational Miniature Show, J. N. Bartfield Galleries, (New York)
1994 Alumni Invitational Show, Northern Arizona University
¿Current Directions¿, (Flagstaff, AZ)
1994 - 2004 Settlers West American Invitational Miniature Show, (Tucson, AZ)
1987 - 2003 Plein Air Painters of America Invitational Show, (Avalon, CA)
1988, ¿89, ¿90, ¿91 Peppertree Invitational Show, (Santa Inez, CA)
1988, 1989, 1990 Fallbrook Invitational Show, (Fallbrook, CA)
2001, 2003, 2005 One man show at Redfern Gallery, (Laguna Beach, CA)
94,¿95,¿97,¿98,¿99 One man show at Redfern Gallery, (Laguna Beach, CA)
2000, 2002, 2005 One man show at Greenhouse Gallery, (San Antonio, TX)
¿96, ¿98, ¿99, One man show at Greenhouse Gallery, (San Antonio, TX)
1990 Center for the Arts of the Southwest, Invitational Show, (Santa Fe, NM)
1989, ¿90, ¿91, ¿92 Taos Impressionist Show, (Invitational), (Taos, NM)
1990, ¿91, ¿92, ¿93 Taos Spring Arts Celebration Show, (Invitational), (Taos, NM)
1992 - present Taos Invites Taos Invitational show, (Taos, NM)
1990, 1993, 1996 St. Louis Missouri Athletic Club Invitational Show
1990 Northern Arizona University, Invitational Alumni Exhibition, (AZ)
1989 Mountain Oyster Club Invitational Show, (Tucson, AZ)
1988 Mesa Southwest Museum (Invitational), (Mesa, AZ)
1987 Arizona State Capitol, (Invitational), (Phoenix, AZ)
1987 Scottsdale Invitational, (Scottsdale, AZ)
1998 Group show, ¿A Brush With Color¿, Trailside Gallery, (Scottsdale, AZ)
1996 One man show at Trailside Gallery, (Scottsdale, AZ)
1989, 1992, 1994 One man show at O¿Brien¿s Art Emporium, (Scottsdale, AZ)
1989 One man show at Taos Art Gallery, (Taos, NM)
1993 Two person show at Dodson Gallery, (Okla. City, OK)
1989, 1991 Two person show at Venture Fine Arts, (Tucson, AZ)
1994 Three person show at O¿Brien¿s Art Emporium, (Scottsdale, AZ)
1987 Four man show, ¿Four to Watch¿, ¿O¿Brien¿s Art Emporium, (AZ)

Sept. 2006 Book, Landscape Painting ¿ Inside and Out,
Published by North Light Books
2005 Reflections on a Pond: A Visual Journal, Studio Escondido Books
August 2002 Article, ¿ALLA PRIMA PAINTING¿, Published by The Artist¿s Magazine
Book 2002 KEYS TO PAINTING color and value, Contributing Author
Published by North Light Books

Book 2001 PAINTING WITH WATER SOLUBLE OILS, Contributing Author
Published by North Light Books
Book 2000 KEYS TO PAINTING; Fruits and Flowers, Contributing Author
Published by North Light Books
Book 1999 KEYS TO PAINTING; Light and Shadow, Contributing Author
Published by North Light Books
Book 1999 KEYS TO PAINTING; FACES AND FIGURES, Contributing Author
Published by North Light Books
Book 1999 BEST OF FLOWER PAINTING 2, Contributing Author
Published by North Light Books
Book 1998 KEYS TO PAINTING; LIGHT AND SHADOW, Contributing Author
Published by North Light Books
Published by North Light Books
March 2001 Article, ¿CATCH THE CHILL¿, Published by The Artist¿s Magazine
February 2001 Cover Article, ¿WORKSHOP WORKOUT¿, Published by The Artist¿s Magazine
December 2000 Article, ¿SHAPING THE PICTURE¿, Published by The Artist¿s Magazine
November 2000 Article, ¿Diary of a Plein-Air Painter¿, Published by Southwest Art Magazine
September 2000 Article, ¿Passionate Painting¿, Published by Southwest Art Magazine
Published by International Artist Magazine
July 2000 Article, ¿Understanding Values¿, Published by Southwest Art Magazine
June 2000 Article, ¿PAINTING THE AIR¿, Published by The Artist¿s Magazine
May 2000 Article, ¿Tracing the Lines¿, Published by Southwest Art Magazine
March 2000 Article,¿ The ARt of Seeing¿, Published by Southwest Art Magazine January 2000 Article, ¿THE LANGUAGE OF ART¿, Published by Southwest Art Magazine
October 1998 Article, ¿EXPERIENCE IMPASTO¿, Published by The Artist¿s Magazine

August 2009 Southwest Art Magazine, ¿My World¿
May 2009 American Artist Magazine, ¿Reflections on a Pond: An Exploratory Series
on Light and Atmosphere¿
April 27, 2009 Middletown Journal, ¿Art Exhibition Turns out to be a Family Affair¿
March 2009 American Art Collector, ¿Wet Paint¿
Aug. 11, 2008 American Artist Magazine web site, ¿Interview with Allison Malafronte
Sept./Oct 2007 Art of the West Magazine, ¿A Time of Renewal¿
June 2007 The Artist Magazine in UK, ¿Working with oils en plein air¿
June 1997 Article, ¿SEEING BEYOND THE OBVIOUS¿, Published by The Artist¿s Magazine
November 2005 The Artist¿s Magazine, ¿Mentor Moments¿
October 2005 American Art Collector, ¿Destination San Antonio, TX ¿ Kevin Macpherson¿
Jan/Feb 2005 Art of the West, ¿The Studio¿
October 2004 Plein Air Magazine, ¿New Beginnings¿
October 2004 Plein Air Magazine, ¿Plein-Air Painting in the Studio¿
October 2004 Taos Magazine, ¿The Art of Mentoring¿
January 2003 Southwest Art, ¿The Artist at Home¿
May 2001 Southwest Art, ¿30 Years of Southwest Art¿
February 2000 The Artist¿s Magazine, ¿A Greater Reality¿
Oct/Nov 1999 International Artist Magazine, ¿Master Painters of the World, USA¿
March/April 1999 Art of the West, ¿Plein Air Passion¿
May 1999 The Artist¿s Magazine, ¿Gearing Up for the Great Outdoors¿
February 1999 Southwest Art, ¿In the Open Air¿ and cover
February 1999 Artist¿s Magazine, ¿Oil and Water Do Mix¿
October 1998 American Artist, ¿A Selection of California Impressionists¿, (Cover Article)
October 1998 Southwest Art, ¿The Roy Rose Collection¿
July/August 1997 Art of the West, ¿Staying Focused, Flexible¿
March 1996 Art Talk
December 1994 Scottsdale Life
November 1994 Art Talk
May 1994 Western Horseman
October 1993 Cover Article, ¿PAINTING SMALL, FAST AND LIGHT
Published by The Artist¿s Magazine
Aug./Sept. 1993 Focus/Santa Fe, ¿A Fresh Look at the World Around Us¿
May 1992 Southwest Profile
November 1989 Southwest Art, ¿Feature on Kevin Macpherson
Nov./Dec. 1989 Art of the West, ¿Feeling Lucky¿
Nov./Dec. 1988 Art of the West
February 1988 Art Talk, ¿Artists¿ Worth Watching¿,
November 1987 The Phoenix Gazette
October 1986 News Sun, ¿View¿
Oct 87, May 87 Arizona Highways
June 88, Dec. 88 Arizona Highways

November 2009 Book, ¿Art Journey, New Mexico¿
October 2008 American Art Collector, ¿Friendship and Art¿
November 2005 The Artist¿s Magazine, ¿Mentor Moments¿
July 2004 The Artist¿s Magazine, ¿Art Across America¿
June 2004 Artist¿s Sketchbook, ¿Destination: Inspiration¿
April/May 2004 International Artist, ¿The Best Kept Secrets of Plein Air Painting¿
Jan/Feb 2004 Art of the West, ¿The Magnificent Seven¿
January 2004 The Artist¿s Magazine, ¿Paths to Success¿
May 2003 The Artist¿s Magazine, ¿Getting Greenery Right¿
April 2003 Art-Talk, ¿Destination: Taos¿
December 2002 Taos News, Tempo, ¿No Such Thing as an Unadoptable Child¿
November 2002 Art Talk, ¿En Plein Sight¿
October 2002 U. S. Art, ¿En Plein Air¿
Sept/Oct 2002 Wildlife Art, ¿Lured by the Land¿
November 2001 American Artist, ¿Profiting from Plein Air¿
September 2001 Art of the West, ¿Capturing the Grandeur of Yosemite¿
May 2001 Wildlife Art, ¿More Than Meets the Eye¿
April 2001 Art of the West, ¿Oil Painters of America¿ by Editor
February 2001 International Artist, ¿Get Out and Paint¿
February 2001 Art of the West, ¿What¿s News, by Editors
December 2000 American Artist, ¿Into the Heart of the Grand Canyon¿
December 2000 Art of the West, ¿The Grand Adventure¿ by Editors
October 2000 Southwest Art, ¿Art Events¿, by Editors
April 2000 Art of the West, ¿What¿s News¿, by Editors
February 2000 Southwest Art, ¿Plein-Air Painting at Grand Canyon¿
September 1999 Art of the West, ¿The Plein Air Painters of America¿, by Editors
June 1999 American Artist, ¿How an Art Dealer Works¿
December 1998 Southwest Art, ¿Best of the West¿
April 1998 Southwest Art, ¿Upcoming Shows¿, by Editors
April 1998 Art of the West, ¿Painting the Big Empty¿
October 1997 Southwest Art, ¿Upcoming Shows¿, by Editors
May 1997 Southwest Art, ¿Winners¿
February 1997 Southwest Art, ¿Creative Process - Facing Your Subject¿
September 1996 Art of the West, ¿What¿s News¿ by Editors
May 1996 Art of the West, ¿What¿s News¿ by Editors
September 1995 Art of the West, ¿What¿s News¿ by Editors
2001 - present Guidebook of Western Artists by Editors of Art of the West

2007/2008 Cambridge Who¿s Who Among Executives and Professionals, Honors Edition
2001 - present The Artists Bluebook: 24,000 North American Artists by
1997 Red Book Price Guide West American Art by Editors of Southwest Art
1994 - present Who¿s Who in American Art by RR Bowker
1993 Master Index Artists in Southwest Art 1971-1993 by Editors of Southwest Art

May 2009 - 2010 High-definition TV 13-part series airing nationally on American Public Television,
Passport and Palette, Following Master Artists on an Artistic Expedition of the World.
To air in the 2009 Public Television Broadcasting Cycle, this 30 -minute, 13-part series, shot in high definition, is the next generation of art education on television; designed to allow the viewing audience to see the world through the eyes of the Master Artists, while instructing in a visually interesting way those who want to learn and entertaining those who wish to virtually experience the creative process. Passport & Palette ¿ is shot all around the world following the Masters as they travel to some of the most beautiful places on earth, select their painting subjects and create new work before our eyes.

Dec 2007 Oil Painters of America, (Eastern Region), Award of Excellence as Best Master Signature Member
Oct 2007 Oil Painters of America, (Central Region), Award of Excellence as Best Master Signature Member
2007 California Art Club, 96th Gold Medal Juried Exhibition, Award of Excellence
2004 Oil Painters of America, (National) Donors Award
2002 Salon International 2002, Best of Show
2002 Oil Painters of America, Founders Award
2001 Oil Painters of America, (National) Donors Award
¿92, ¿95 Arts for the Parks, (Jackson Hole, WY) (Top 200)
2000, ¿01, ¿02 Arts for the Parks, (Jackson Hole, WY) (Top 200)
2000, ¿02 Arts for the Parks, (Jackson Hole, WY) (Top 100)
2000 American Impressionist Society Show, RayMar Floral Award
1999 Oil Painters of America, Peoples¿ Choice Award
1999 American Impressionist Society Juried Members Show, Best of Show 1997 Invitational Plein Air Carmel Show, Gold Medal
1997 Artists¿ Magazine, Finalist Landscape
1996 Oil Painters of America, Peoples¿ Choice Award
1995 Oil Painters of America, Corporate National Award
1995 Oil Painters of America, Jurors¿ Choice Award
1994 Oil Painters of America, Franklin Mint of Excellence
1993 Oil Painters of America, Grumbacher Gold Medallion
1993 Artists¿ Magazine, Honorable Mention, Landscape
1993 Artists¿ Magazine, Third Place, Floral
1992 Oil Painters of America, Best Landscape
1990 Stacey Scholarship, Cowboy Hall of Fame, (OKC, OK)
1987 Amarillo National Landscape Competition, Best of Show
1986 Best & The Brightest, Scottsdale Artists¿ School, Second and Purchase Award
1989 Best & The Brightest, Scottsdale Artists¿ School, Third Place
1995 Oil Painters of America, Best of Show (Regional)
1993 Oil Painters of America, Best of Show (Regional)
1988 Visions of New Mexico, (Juried Show), First Place
1988 Parada Del Sol, Best of Show, (Juried Show), (Scottsdale, AZ)

2006 ¿Brush with Life¿ DVD/Landscape with Kevin Macpherson
2005 ¿Painting a Landscape from a Small Study¿, Kevin Macpherson
2004 ¿Winter Escape ¿ Inside With Plein Air Painter, Kevin Macpherson¿
2003 ¿Painting a Landscape¿, Kevin Macpherson

1991 - 2013 Macpherson workshop in Taos, New Mexico
2001 - 2010 En Plein Air Masters, Mentor Program (Greece, France, Spain, Belgium, Norway,
Iceland, Amsterdam, Canada, Turkey, New Zealand, Tahiti)
2001 - 2004 Hui No¿eau Art Center , (Maui, Hawaii)
Sept. 1999 Scottsdale Artist¿s School, (Provence, France)
Aug. 1995 Scottsdale Artist¿s School, (La Rochelle, France)
Sept. 97, Aug. 98 Plein Air Painters of America Workshop/Seminar, (Colorado)
Jan. 90 ¿ 2000,
2004 Scottsdale Artists¿ School, (Scottsdale, AZ)
1998 Fechin Art Workshops, (Taos, NM)
Sept. 94, July 97 Art in the Aspens, (Aspen, CO)
September 1998 Thistledown Farm Art Workshops, (Virginia)
Oct 89, Oct 97 Art Guild, (Los Angeles, CA)
1997, 2000 Hudson River Valley Art Workshops (Hudson, NY)
1999 Hudson River Valley Art Workshops (Bermuda)
Aug. 97, July 99 The Friends Workshop, (Eugene, Oregon)
1994 Scottsdale Artists¿ School, (Jackson Hole, WY)
Aug. 91, Aug. 92 Scottsdale Artists¿ School, (Steamboat Springs, CO)
Sept 94, July 97 Art in the Aspens, (Aspen, CO)
October 1995 Art Guild, (Pleasanton, CA)
March 1997 Art Guild, (Houston, TX)
1992, ¿95, ¿96, ¿99 Artists and Craftsman Associated, (Dallas, TX)
April 1991 Art Guild, (Beaumont, TX)
1991, 1993 Art Guild, (Oklahoma City, OK)
1991, 1993, 1994 Art Guild, (Austin, TX)
1989 Taos Art Institute, (Taos, NM)



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