Join me, Lori McNee, for a special two day landscape painting workshop adventure in beautiful Seeley Lake, Montana – June 6 – 7, 2020!
Don’t want to miss this exclusive, yet affordable experience! We will be plein air landscape painting together at Rich Ranch in Seeley Lake, Montana – the gateway to the glorious Bob Marshall Wilderness.
We will be, “Painting for a Dream” with Alpine Artisans – a non-profit dedicated to promoting and preserving the arts in the Seeley, Swan, and Blackfoot valleys of Western Montana. Their motto, “We Paint. We help young artists DREAM.”
Alpine Artisans host working professional instructors to teach and inspire artists of any level. Rich Ranch and Alpine Artisans of Western Montana has invited me to conduct a special, very affordable two-day workshop, June 6 – 7, 2020.
Join us for a two-day springtime painting adventure! You will experience “Montana’s Serengeti” in the spectacular Blackfoot Valley.
The stunning landscape is home to a wide variety of watchable wildlife including elk, deer, moose, bear, mountain goat, trumpeter swans alongside a large variety of other birds, and more!
Plus, the Rich Ranch meadows will be dotted with horses and dazzling wildflowers.
Experience the beauty of spring in Montana.
I am honored to help support the arts in Western Montana! I hope you can join us.
Spend two days “at the Ranch” and it will give you a lifetime of inspiration!
WHO: All levels beginner to professional welcome.
WHAT: Painting For A Dream: 2-Day Resident Art Workshop with INTERNATIONALLY acclaimed instructor, Lori McNee. Lori will also be available to answer your art business questions.
WHEN: Saturday and Sunday / June 6 & 7, 2020
WHERE: Rich Ranch in Seeley Lake, Montana
WHY: To support aspiring artists with a dream!
HOW MUCH: $250.00 for two days. Includes lunch and snacks.
*Limited to 10 participants. Lodging and other meals are separate, Rich Ranch details below.
For any additional workshop information or questions call Kris at 406-241-1209.
*Cozy cabin rentals available at Rich Ranch. Contact Belinda Rich directly at 406-677-2317.