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Day Five Teaching in Korea

I am teaching my last group. We are painting a Wine & Cheese Still Life. The group is part of the Decorative Painting Society of Korea. Home tomorrow! (click on image to enlarge)

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Days Off from Teaching: Also Known as Sightseeing

Four of the ladies, one of course the interpreter took me on a world-wind site seeing tour. We started with a great lunch at an Italian restaurant in the shadow of the Seoul tower. We had pizza that we dipped … Continue reading

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Day Five: Teaching in Seoul

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Day Four: Teaching in Seoul

Another wonderful day – we finished the Dutch Old Master (waiting for the final touches before the big group photo) and started on next piece. ┬áHere are pictures with everyone finished with the sepia under painting on the Difficult Lesson.

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Day Three: Teaching in Seoul

We are just about finished with a Dutch Old Master Still Life. I find it amazing that we are able to create such great artwork with all of the hurdles. Pictures of the finished pieces tomorrow as we are putting … Continue reading

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Day Two: Teaching in Seoul

With the help of my interpreter Annie and the dynamic seminar organizer Eunha, the first day got off to a wonderful start. 31 ladies divided by a language, culture and distance were all brought together through our love of painting. … Continue reading

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