Monday, August 8, 2011

Max Ginsburg, "3 Days Revealing Realism" Workshop Dates Released
Announcements from the Studios of Garin Baker
Carriage House Art Studios
August 8th 2011
Detail, "Bus Stop", By Max Ginsburg

It gives me great pleasure to announce the dates for The Max Ginsbug's "3 days, Revealing Realism" Workshop here at my Carriage House Art Studios. Fast on the heals of the successful and raved about workshop here back in July by James Gurney,  I am so thrilled to have invited Max Ginsburg , who has graciously envisioned a packed filled weekend starting October 21st - October 23rd  of 2011,  including demonstrations and instruction for maximum of 15 participants in the considered focused study of the human form for 6-8 hrs each day.   Shared meals and accommodations are also offered for 3 beautiful days in the glorious Hudson Valley during the peak of the fall color season.  Carriage House Art Studios is located just 1 hour north of NYC along the Hudson River.

Please click the the flyer below for information on Pricing and how to Register!

Registration is on a first come first serve basis, limited to 15 participants.  $ 650.00 Payment is required in full in order to secure your spot and seems to be the fairest way to guarantee placement.  A few modest rooms are available on site,  in addition to an offered listing of recommended area B&B and inexpensive hotels.  All meals will be included and served on site as well as in general a focused yet relaxing, amazing and wonderful creative experience. 

For additional information and registering please e-mail Garin Baker at  or go to: Carriage House Art Studios Atelier Site  and find out more about this workshop as well as all the other offerings.  You can also call me at my studio # (845) 562-7802.   I'd be happy to answer any questions about your interest.

"Cross Roads" By Max Ginsburg.

Also incredibly grateful to share news about a most beautifully appointed, with the most amazing reproductions, the New Book "Max Ginsburg Retrospective",  which will soon to be available at major retailers.  Undoubtedly copies will be signed personally by Mr Ginsburg during this Workshop. 

I was thrilled to be asked and add my comments in the 'Tribute from former students" section, paraphrasing and briefly quoting,  "I first met Max Ginsburg at the High School of Art & Design.  What I, and many other students, discovered was to alter the course of our lives.  In a relaxed manner, Max would walk around instructing with warm stories and lessons about color harmony, cools, warms, and the perceptions of simple shapes to see complex elements.   As an Artist, Teacher and Mentor,  Max is a testament, passing the torch, towards the greatest of human achievements.  His paintings speak to a language of human dignity and struggle.  A Masterful Realist, stroke by stroke, through his work and his life he offers the most relevant truth, honesty and real beauty to this world".

Garin Baker.  

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