Co-Creating Art with the Land as a Guide

Early summer workshop with artist Margaret Shipman

  • Starts Jun 4
  • 50 US dollars
  • 117 Adams Cross Rd. Marlboro, VT

Service Description

Join artist Margaret Shipman on a creative adventure to guide you in collaboration with a wild Vermont woodland to make art. These workshops stand alone - no previous workshop or experience making art necessary. This three and a half hour workshop will meander around the 200+ acres of woods surrounding the Museum's new Mountainside Center in Marlboro VT and end with outdoor “studio” time. Museum Managing Director, Michael Clough, will be on hand to answer nature questions (and keep us from getting lost!). Journals and pencils provided. Limited spots available. $50 per student. Margaret Shipman is a Southern Vermont artist focusing on the connection between art, nature, and spirituality. Her current painting series, Forgotten Lands and Roadside Weeds, explores the hidden history of the fields and woods we take for granted as well as the rich gifts of the largely ignored wild things growing there. Her paintings are available for purchase at DaVallia Gallery in Chester, Vermont and on her website www.margaretshipmanart.com.

Upcoming Sessions

Contact Details

vermontmuseum@gmail.com

7599 VT-9, West Marlboro, VT 05363, USA