The Summer 2011 schedule is finally out for the Truro Center for the Arts at Castle Hill- an amazing arts center that has been around for 40 years, attracting some of the country's most prestigious professional artists in a variety of mediums. I couldn't be more excited to spend a week at Castle Hill teaching my "Intro to Fine Art Dog Photography" course. We'll be utilizing class room time and discussion, workshopping images via daily critiques, discussing the magic of an emotional portrait, and getting out into the field. For any of you who have never had the pleasure of spending time on Cape Cod, Massachusetts- it's one of the most beautiful places in the world. There is a light on Cape Cod that cannot be found anywhere else, and textures and patterns that make any artist feel constantly inspired and moved to create. For this reason, my summer course is going to be a very special experience. Here's a little information about the class. I hope you can join me. Registration is very limited (10 students only), so I'd definately suggest you sign up soon.
DATES: August 8-12, 2011
TIME: Mon-Fri, 1-4pm
You can learn more about the center, my class, and how to register here: TRURO CENTER FOR THE ARTS AT CASTLE HILL
Although this is not dog related, here is one of my favorite Summer Cape Cod images. During the Summers I like to wade along the beaches, knee-deep, carrying at least three cameras with me, photographing all the old row boats drifting close to shore. It doesn't get much better than this: