June 23: Wild Painting in the Evening with Paul Santori

Thursday, June 23, from 5 - 8 pm

RiverArts member Paul E. Santori is a nationally recognized artist whose works can be found in collections locally, nationally and internationally. Paul works in a variety of styles including plein air painting. RiverArts invites you to join Paul in the wilds of the Eastern Shore for a painting excursion.

During the painting session, Paul will share some of the techniques and approaches involved in his vibrant and energetic approach which emphasizes an emotive response to landscape rather than a purely representational methodology. The first session Paul will be painting with acrylics, the second oil; however either are welcome in each session.

This class is geared towards people with an established art practice so attendees will be responsible for providing their own tools and materials.

Meet-up location suggestions are welcome. You will be notified regarding final details by email.

It is noted that two classes are being offered, one mid-afternoon and the other late-afternoon/evening. This is to accommodate people's availability; however, you are welcome to sign up for either or both sessions.

Banner Photo Credit: Sassafras River by Paul Santori

Registration Info

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Pick one of these choices:

  1. Single Registration for RiverArts Members = $40.
  2. Single Registration for RiverArts Non-Members = $50.
  3. Pay It Forward - You may pay for yourself & make an additional donation for someone else who may not currently be able to afford the class on their own = $40+ (Thank you!)
  4. Pay What You Can - If you can't pay the full class fee, please contribute the amount you are able. Thank you!

RiverArts is committed to accessible programming and to compensating artists and instructors fairly. We are offering classes on a 'pay what you can' basis. Those with limited funds are welcome to enjoy full access to the class for a small donation. Those who are able are invited to pay more to support access to art experiences for all.