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Painting the Impressionistic Landscape in Oils with Marty Hatcher

  • Fri, June 09, 2023
  • 9:00 AM
  • Sun, June 11, 2023
  • 3:30 PM
  • 701 Sawdust Rd, Spring, TX 77380
  • 7


  • Member of WAL
  • Those who are not official members of the Woodlands Art League
  • Open and lock up each day

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Painting the Impressionistic Landscape in Oils

Let’s boost your landscapes to the next level. 

Your instructor, Marty Hatcher, will introduce to you a fresh look at old painting problems, getting stuck, paint application, value, color, design, not knowing when to stop, or how to start.  

She will look at your individual work and investigate ways to solve problems you see, or perhaps suggest new approaches you have not yet considered. We will revisit tried and true methods we all have in our painters tool kit and look at some new tools and ways to approach your painting as well.  

There will be demo’s, lectures, and lots of individual attention.  It will be a fun and information-filled 3 days!  

Dates: Friday June 9th thru Sunday, June 11th, 2023
Times: 9am to 3:30pm with 30 minute lunch break, please bring a lunch with you
Members $375, Non-members $390

More about Marty

Marty Hatcher studied art at UTA and became an illustrator while still in school. After working as an illustrator for Neiman Marcus and several other companies, Marty studied with some of the best painters and painting instructors of our time, including Scott Christensen, CW Mundy, and Hong Nian Zhang, to name only a few. She attributes her personal leap forward as a painter to the numerous workshops she has taken. She has had many one man shows, won many awards, and taught throughout the US and abroad. Her passion for painting is run by a close second to her passion for learning and teaching.  

Supply list for this workshop can be viewed here. For specific questions about supplies or the workshop, Marty's contact information is listed on the supply list.

The Woodlands Art League’s purpose is to further the cause and interest in the visual arts through teaching, programs, demonstrations, exhibitions, and community involvement. The organization is organized exclusively for educational purposes and is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization. 


701 Sawdust Rd.

Spring, TX 77380

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