Squeaking in One More In-Person Workshop 2022!

Yep, one more workshop in the beautiful heart of San Antonio, TX along the Riverwalk. One day of live, in person perspective and watercolor instruction in the tiny, picturesque old village of La Villita, only steps from the river.

And to thank those of you who follow this blog, you can register for this workshop one hour early, at 9am PDT, that’s 9am in Seattle, by emailing me at stbower@comcast.net. First come, first served. I’ll add you to the list in order of emails received and will reply with info on how to pay and workshop art supplies.

Hope to see you in October over a plate of yummy enchiladas!

And I hope that you’ll travel with me via Instagram and Facebook during the month of September. I’ll be teaching at a regional USk Symposium in Basel, Switzerland, then teaching a 10-day workshop along the coast of gorgeous Croatia with French Fusion Travel, then heading to Holland to see my family. I plan to teach on Zoom again in November/December 2022. In January 2023, spots are available for workshops in colorful San Miguel de Allende, Mexico with Studio 56 Boutique and the elegant chateau and wine region of France’s Loire Valley in June with the fabulous organizers at French Escapade, and Civita di Bagnoregio, Italy in SEPTEMBER 2023!! And of course, THE WORLD OF URBAN SKETCHING comes out in November (you can order it online now!!!!!) Whew!

3 thoughts on “Squeaking in One More In-Person Workshop 2022!

  1. Hi, Stephanie, hope you are doing ok. I am still praying that God would comfort you in the loss of your mother and on top of that, the loss of your dear friend who was killed in the bike accident. I am praying for his widow too. Such a devastating loss…

    I am glad for you that at least you can be traveling again and teaching in person classes. That’s great!

    Just so you’ll know…. I’m still waiting for you to come do one of these one-day workshops in Atlanta!… 😊

    Warmly, Jane


  2. I have never pointed out something about your approach to perspective that I appreciate. It is that your sketches still have a warm inviting feel, some perspective folks end up with too much technical, mechanical look, which is fine at times, but I appreciate your approach. And since you are in Seattle, and I was until March when I moved to France there is a warm spot there as well.


  3. Hi Stephanie, Just pre-ordered your book on Amazon: can’t wait! Any plans to teach a workshop in NYC? Thanks,Catherine


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