Painting Workshop: Thomas Cole’s Romantic Wilderness


Join artist Susan Jones Kenyon as you reinterpret one of Thomas Cole’s magnificent paintings! Cole, whose paintings are known for their romantic portrayal of the American wilderness inspired the generation of American landscape painters that came to be known as the Hudson River School. A private gallery talk will be hosted by Dr. Paul D’Ambrosio – President and CEO of Fenimore Art Museum. Paint, brushes and (2) canvases are included in the cost. Reservations are required as classes are limited. All skill levels are welcome – including beginners!

All classes will culminate with a small gallery show at Fenimore.
Tuesdays, May 22-June 26 (six sessions), 10:30am 12:30pm
$292.50/Members, $325/Non Members. Call (607) 547-1510 to register. 
Susan Jones Kenyon is a self-taught, impressionist painter from Cooperstown, New York. She has been painting for over 30 years focusing mainly on ethereal landscapes. In 2013, the Fenimore Art Museum in Cooperstown exhibited fourteen of her works in a season-long exhibition entitled Places in Passing. In 2014, the museum acquired a painting from the same exhibition for their permanent collection, which includes the likes of Thomas Cole, Grandma Moses, and other important American artists. Susan is currently represented by the Greylock Gallery in Williamstown, MA. Her paintings and other works have sold nationally and internationally to corporate and personal clients in New York City, Boston, San Francisco, Carmel, Madrid, and throughout upstate New York.

Tuesday, May 22, 2018
10:30 am — 12:30 pm (2h)

Location: Study Center

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