Opportunities abound to learn new skills or refresh old ones.
In collaboration with the national “Smithsonian Museum on Main
Street Water/Ways” exhibit” Raven Hill is hosting this summer,
Luke has chosen the study of “Waterways in Watercolor” for the
theme of the Watercolor Workshop this year. Using Luke’s unique
technique in transparent watercolor and gouache, the group will
study painting landscape scenes depicting water in different
forms, lakes, streams, or waterfalls.
If you are active duty or a veteran from any era or branch, now is a good time to pick up a new skill or refresh an old one, by taking a watercolor class from a fellow vet, Luke Buck, who served as an illustrator in the US Army in the mid-1960's. Two full scholarships are available for Luke class on June 28th and 29th.
Using the framework of the Great Lakes Literacy Principles, participants will explore the human impact on our freshwater resources, and how teachers and their students can help improve the quality of life in our state, country, and ultimately our planet.