Rosemary Connelly's Watercolor Journaling Workshop

Tuesday, September 10th  9:00am - 4:00pm
MAG - 310 Walnut Street, Milton, DE

Members - $65          Non Members $85
​Discover the joys of Watercolor Journaling in your travels - around the world or in your own backyard! All you need is a blank journal, a watercolor kit, a pen, a brush and the desire.
Learn how to incorporate drawing, painting and writing in a way that will delight and inspire.  Whatever your level of experience, Rosemary shows you how to slow down, to really look at the world around you and capture what you see and feel as you paint.

Rosemary's workshops include a morning of simple drawing exercises and lessons using pens & watercolors. After these exercises,  try out what was learned in the classroom.
In the afternoon, venture outside to create pages in your own watercolor journals.
The end of the day includes sharing and taking photos together. 
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Born in Brooklyn, New York, Rosemary Connelly is a Water Media artist living and working in Milford DE.  
She studied fine art, drawing, painting and graphic design at Arizona State University and worked for over 20 years as a professional graphic designer.
Two years living and painting in Italy with her late husband fulfilled a dream to “live cheap and make art,” living a simple life focused on experiences, not material things. Travel remains an integral part of her life and work.
Rosemary practices and teaches the art of Watercolor Journaling and Urban Sketching and has taught workshops in New York, Illinois, California, Vermont, at Longwood Gardens, Pennsylvania, and all over the state of Delaware including the Delaware Art Museum. She is a member of the Rehoboth and Mispillion Art Leagues, Milton Arts Guild, Urban Sketchers and is a founding member of Urban Sketchers Delaware.
Her teaching style is gentle and encouraging and Rosemary creates an environment that allows everyone to practice and grow at his or her own pace. 

Small Block Printmaking Workshop
with Sandy Daly

Tuesday, October 29  12:30pm to 3:30pm

Wednesday, October 30, 10:00am - 3:30pm

Day One – Students learn how to plan for a block print, execute the sketch, transfer it onto the block and begin to carve it.  Examples will be provided. 
Day Two – Students complete the carving, proof the block by printing it in order to see if it needs refining and prepare to print.  The students will print an edition of five prints on assorted paper.

Instructor will order materials for all students, plus demonstrate care and usage.
  There will be a $20.00 materials fee.

Member fee $110 (plus $20 materials fee)
 Mon-members $130 (plus $20 materials fee)
Sandy Daly has an MA in Drawing with a Minor in Printmaking.  Her BS is in Art Education from Indiana University of PA.  She also attended three semesters at Carnegie Mellon University. Ms Daly taught in public and private school for many years.  In 1999, she opened her own studio and operated it for 16 years, teaching children K -12 after school.

For more information
Contact:  Lou Ann Miller (610)368-6516 or [email protected] or
Elaine Petrowski (201) 349-4700  [email protected]

Nothing Sets At Artist's Heart Aflutter Than Learning Something New!
“Loose Luminous, and Colorful!” - Watercolors with Marie Natale had MAG artists and
other attendees rapt with wonder watching this great teacher and artist share her craft!
Thanks to Marie and to all attended, we'll be doing this again.
Below are some highlights from these 3 exciting days.

Gathering Around the Demo Table
watching a master at work.
Examples of Marie's work and of student's work.
 Whose is whose?

Refunds​, Withdrawal by Student & Class Cancellations

Refunds:  A full refund or class / workshop credit will be made for students who officially withdraw 7 days prior to the start of class / workshop. If a student withdraws 2-7 days before the start of a class / workshop, credit will be given towards a future class / workshop. The amount of credit shall be limited to the amount already paid or the amount due for the future class/workshop, whichever is less. 
No refunds or credit will be given without 48hrs notice of withdrawal prior to the start of a class / workshop, or for partial attendance.
                The Milton Arts Guild must be notified of class / workshop withdrawal via email, phone, or in person to be entitled to the refund or credit privileges above.

Cancellations:  If it is necessary for the Milton Arts Guild to cancel a class for any reason, all registered participants will be informed as soon as possible and registered participants will receive a full refund of their course fee.
Terms & Conditions: The Milton Arts Guild reserves the right to relocate, combine, or re-schedule classes, to substitute an appropriate class instructor when necessary or to make an exception to this policy for extenuating circumstances (except for Artist Specific Workshops). No student will be denied admission on the basis of race, color, gender or ethnic origin. However, the Milton Arts Guild reserves the right to refuse enrollment to participants with a history of disruptive behavior or for any impediment to the learning process of the group as a whole. 

Publicity Policy:
By registering yourself or your child for this class, you are consenting to allow the Milton Arts Guild to use you / your child's image for publicity purposes unless you opt out when signing attendance sheet at start of class.