We invite you to kick off your New Year with a visit to the BSSS Gallery, currently featuring a brand new exhibit by Talula Mays.
We are excited to offer five new classes and two new workshops for you. For more information or to register, please contact email@example.com or call 540-886-8636. Peg Sheridan: Fall Plein Air Painting with Watercolor (Sorry – CLASS FULL) Robert Stuart: Art as Exploration – Critique […]
“Like a good painting, allow yourself time to develop” – Jeffery Stockberger Jeffery Stockberger is one of many highly esteemed professional and experienced educators at the Beverley Street Studio School. He has been teaching Indirect Painting at the School since 2005, a method of painting […]
Contributed by Lucy Wyndham When considering taking on a new project or class, some seniors hesitate at the thought of creative activities due to a lack of perceived lack of creativity or not being “good enough” at art. Yet, even novices to the arts can […]
In May 2018, Virginia Gillock joined BSSS as a Board Member. We recently met with Virginia to learn a little bit more about her and her interest in art. Q: Virginia, tell us a little bit about yourself. A: I am married to Buckley Gillock, […]
Contributed by Lucy Wyndham Pictures by Margaret Johnson World-renowned writer and illustrator Beatrix Potter, who was best known for her series of children’s books such as The Tale of Peter Rabbit once said: “I cannot rest, I must draw, however poor the result, and when […]
“Plein air” is French for “painting outdoors.” A plein air painting in its truest form is completed from beginning to end on site with the subject matter right in front of the artist. The artist works directly from nature, observing the environment and capturing light […]
By Lianne Minnis Beverley Street Studio School is excited to host the second annual Queen City Plein Air Festival from April 17 through April 22, 2018. The festival, which has grown in participation and length, helps to fulfill the BSSS mission to expose our community […]