Your spot in a class or workshop is reserved only after your tuition is received. Once tuition is recieved you will be sent an email containing all the pertinant information. There are no refunds for student cancellations.
There are no make-ups. If you must miss a class or workshop (part or in full), please email me to let me know.
CLASSES: new students must commit to two months the first time that they register. Simply use the Pay Pal button to pay for two months of class.
Be on time. If a model is posing, the door may be locked. If you are late, you will have to wait until the break to gain entrance to the class.
CLASSES: Make sure to check the calendar found on all of the "classes" pages of this site for your monthly class schedule.
CLASSES: On months with more or less than four weeks of class, the Pay Pal button prices will be adjusted.
Follow my supply list exactly, no exceptions.
CLASSES: priority registration will be granted to students with current enrollment. You will recieve a link to a private page on my website where you will be able to register by the 15th of each month to keep your spot via Pay Pal button.
If a class or workshop is full, the Pay Pal button for that class will be removed. To be placed in a class when a spot becomes available, sign up for the waiting list by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org. State which class or classes you wish to register for. When a spot is available, you will be sent an invoice to register in the order that you signed up for the waiting list. You will have 24 hours to complete this invoice before it is offered to the next person in line.
If you are in the plein air class you must arrive by 9:15 am. At that time, either the class monitor or I will lead you to our painting spot. You will have both our cell numbers, but as some of the spots are remote and have no cell service, you may not be able to find us if you are late.
Wear Layers. You want to be able to deal with any weather condition without feeling bulky. Wool or down vests are great, as are windbreakers. A hat with a brim is a good idea to shade your face from sun and block glare from your eyes on a sunny day. A shady spot on a sunny day can require a down jacket, be prepared for anything. ALWAYS BRING SUNBLOCK AND WATER.
After registration, all questions and communications about the plein air class should be directed to the class monitor Garf Powers: email@example.com