2015 Painting for a Dream Workshop & Scholarship Fundraiser
"Paint More Like Yourself" as taught by Taylor Lynde
June 6-7 and June 13-14
Alpine Artisans, in conjunction with Rich Ranch, is offering a student scholarship fundraiser titled "Painting for a Dream". Plan to attend this event and be inspired!
You're are not only expanding your knowledge and passion for painting: you are helping to build a newly established "Rich Ranch Art Scholarship Grant". Managed by the Alpine Artisans Scholarship Committee, any and all profits from this weekend are donated to this scholarship, which offers learning opportunities to students in the Seeley- Swan and Blackfoot Valleys that may not be attained.
"My main objective in teaching is to bring out more of the artist's own vision, to help them find and refine their own voice" - TJ Lynde
Taylor Lynde was born a fifth generation Montana in Red Lodge in 1970. He was encouraged in drawing by his father, Cartoonist Stan Lynde. After graduating High School, Taylor attended the Pratt Institute of Brooklyn, NY on an art scholarship. He served in the Navy during Desert Storm, and upon his return, he apprenticed under painter, Scott Switzer of Billings, MT. It was soon after his marriage to his bride, Samara, that Taylor established himself as a full time artist. TJ has traveled on international painting trips and has received several awards for his work. His talents have inspired articles in Southwest Art and other publications. TJ and his family currently live and work in Townsend, MT.
Registration Fee: $200 per weekend (includes 2 days instruction and 2 lunches).
*EARLY REGISTRATION - $180 BY MAY 3
SCHEDULE: Saturday & Sunday: 9 AM - 4 PM
Participant’s choice of painting medium. Once registration is recieved a materials list & class information will be sent. Workshops to be held at Rich Ranch, Seeley Lake, MT.
Classes are for the novice or professional. Maximum 12 students per class. *Lodging and any additional meals are separate from workshop fees. Contact Belinda Rich for a cozy cabin at the Rich Ranch: (406) 677-2317.