Paintings from a Vermont Farm  

An artists’ workshop & retreat with Kim Morin Weineck

 To sign up or for more information, email kimweineck@gmail.com or call Becca 802-746-8061 Thanks! 

Photo courtesy of Sweet Georgia P's CSA at Amee Farm

Photo courtesy of Sweet Georgia P's CSA at Amee Farm

Good paintings often spring from the inspiration provided by a location. 

Surrounded by 
mountains, fields, ripening crops, rivers, and farm life – your paintings of Amee Farm in Pittsfield, VT will be truly inspired!
 



DATES
:  Sunday, August 4th- Wednesday, August 7th or Sunday, October 13-Wednesday, October 16th. 

Please arrive any time after 3:30pm on Sunday to settle into your room and get acquainted with the landscape.

A welcome dinner will be provided with participant introductions at the gathering.


SCHEDULE
:  Each day begins with breakfast, followed by a painting lesson with handouts and a demonstration by the instructor.

Locations for the day’s painting will be determined before breaking for lunch, which each participant is responsible for daily. On-location painting continues after the lunch break with individual instruction throughout the remainder of the day. 

All mediums and painting levels are welcome.

The group will convene for lively critiques of the day’s work before dinner.

Tuesday night is an extra-special Farm-to-Table dinner comprised of freshly harvested selections from Sweet Georgia P’s at Amee Farm: a perfect send-off meal together.

What a treat this will be! We'll be painting from the landscape, creating still lifes of veggies and flowers from Sweet Georgia P's at Amee Farm, and then enjoying a fantastic gourmet meal that couldn't be fresher! This is the French idea of terroir at its best -- just for us!

If the weather cooperates, those interested can paint the sunrise and enjoy a brown bag picnic breakfast. Wednesday’s lesson and final painting session concludes with our last critique over a catered lunch. The workshop ends at 1:30pm on Wednesday, August 7th/Wednesday, October 16th

Photo courtesy of Katina Bentley

Photo courtesy of Katina Bentley

LODGING: Workshop participants are housed at the rustic luxury bed and breakfast, Amee Farm Lodge, just across from Sweet Georgia P’s at Amee Farm.

The handicapped-accessible inn is reserved for the group solely, providing a wonderful opportunity to be immersed in the art experience alone and in collaboration with others.  

Take a  look at their site for pictures of their rooms and be sure to check out their blog for some amazing photos of the landscape. 

*The inn offers many different rooms, some with private bath and some a semi-private bath (shared between two rooms). Rooms are granted on a first-come first-served basis. When you pay, you reserve your room choice, so reserve early!

PRICING:  $ 850 includes 3 night’s lodging and breakfast daily. A welcome dinner is provided on Sunday as well as a private Farm-to-table dinner event on Tuesday and lunch on departure day. Participants receive three days of in-depth art instruction with painting demonstrations.  Not a painter? You are welcome to join us, too. $695 non-painters Retreat only. Includes three days lodging, most meals, optional painting demonstrations, no instruction. 

To sign up or for more information, email kimweineck@gmail.com or call Becca at the Farm: 802-746-8061. Thanks! 

Kim at work outdoors

Kim at work outdoors


THE ARTIST/INSTRUCTOR: Kim Morin Weineck is an accomplished artist who has been teaching all mediums of painting and drawing for more than a decade. Kim concentrates on the beauty of interpretive landscapes in her own work. She is a juried member of the Pastel Society of America (PSA), Signature Member of the Pastel Painters Society of Cape Cod (PPSCC), among other art society memberships. Founder and Instructor of the Neponset Valley Artists (NVA), Kim holds a BFA in Fine Art, 2D from Massachusetts College of Art and Design where she graduated with distinction and found her artist-voice studying in Pont-Aven, Brittany, France. Kim has served as Gallery Director at Gallery9, Norwood, MA.