Workshops with Karen Vernon
Oil, Water Mixable Oils, Watercolor, and Pastel - Choose your medium
August & September - Mondays - 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM
$50 a lesson
​All levels - Beginners to Intermediate  Class size limited to 10
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Acrylic Painting with Ken Muenzenmayer
July - Mondays - 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM
$50 a lesson
All levels - Beginners to Intermediate  Class size limited to 10

Ken Muenzenmayer works in acrylics on a textured surface, fracturing the painted stroke
into minute pieces that creates a visual blending and depth in his paintings. By downplaying
the significance of subject matter and simplifying the composition, he creates “the big vision” 
by layering drybrush and washes which connect all of the component parts of a painting into
a single broad harmony. Ken’s paintings can be found in major corporate and private
collections throughout the United States. His strong compositions and unique approach
to acrylic painting have earned him numerous national and international awards.

About the Work
“The colors in my paintings reflect my attempt to communicate in the purest form…
the language of the heart.” In thirty years of painting with acrylics,
Ken Muenzenmayer has learned many “secrets” about painting in acrylic.
Traditional in style, luminous in results, the Muenzenmayer Method of painting with
acrylics combines the transparency of watercolor, the luminosity of oil, and the softness of pastels

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Pastels with a Brush by Enid Wood
August 6th, 2018   9:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Class Size Limited to 10 Students


Texas artist Enid Wood is happiest when she is outside: walking, 
eating, teaching, or painting. When inside, she likes looking out a 
window, or painting landscapes in soft pastel. Raised in Colorado, 
with summers spent in Santa Fe, Enid loves the colors, shapes, 
and textures of mountains, rocks, clouds, trees, and meadows. 

She studied still life and portrait painting at Westminster College 
in Salt Lake City with Don Doxey. Her subsequent career as a violin 
teacher took her to Berkeley, New Haven, London, Pittsburgh, and 
Bastrop, TX. Ten years ago, inspired by the beautiful paintings and 
places seen during her travels, she joined Albert Handell’s mentorship 
program in New Mexico and became a landscape painter. 

Her paintings usually begin with one color or an unexpected pair of colors. 
The rest of the painting takes shape from that beginning. For Enid, the
 vitality of each stroke evokes a mood, makes textures, and creates harmonies. 
She enjoys finding a balance between the intuitive and analytical paths to art. 
Enid also likes thinking about the creative process and is a frequent 
contributor to Pastel Journal.

Enid’s work has won a multitude of local, national, and international awards. 
She is a signature member of the Pastel Society of America and the Pastel Society of New Mexico. 

Enid teaches painting workshops locally, regionally, and nationally and is in demand as a juror and judge for pastel exhibitions. Her paintings appear in private and corporate collections throughout the world.

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September 27 - 30, 2018
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