Painting summer workshop for high school teens.


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"I loved working in the art barn! The whole enviroment and space was amazing."

Students consider a variety of forms of contemporary and traditional art, and work primarily from observation, including the figure, landscape, and still life, honing their ability to see as they develop a better understanding of traditional and experimental approaches to painting. Painters in all stages of their artistic development explore a wide variety of materials and techniques, which can include acrylic, oil, watercolor, and collage, as you develop their own ideas and personal modes of expression.


Painting teacher - Genevieve Cohn

Faculty: Genevieve Cohn

Genevieve Cohn is a native Vermonter, painter and educator. She received her MFA in Painting from Indiana University and her BA in Art and Culture & Communications from Ithaca College. A lover of travel, she has studied in the Himalayas of Northern India and in Granada, Spain. Genevieve has taught undergraduate drawing courses and is spending the first part of the summer teaching drawing in Florence, Italy. She was awarded the Future Faculty Teaching Fellowship and next year will have a position at Indiana University Northwest.


The Putney School Summer Programs
Elm Lea Farm, 418 Houghton Brook Road,
Putney, Vermont 05346 USA
802-387-6297 (main), (802) 387-6216 (fax)

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