2022 Lyn Asselta 2-Day Workshop
The “Why” of Painting
The “Why” of Painting
Demo plus Modified Workshop and Group Critique
Day 1: 9:30 AM to 12:30 AM, Sat February 12, 2022
3-hour instructional session and Q&A
Day 2: 4:00 PM-6:30 PM, Sun February 13, 2022
2.5-hour Workshop with individual and group critique at end.
Venue: Zoom. The invite will be sent to participants a few days prior to the workshop.
Instructional demo only: PSNH Members: $35 Non-members: $40
Instructional demo + painting assignment & group critique: PSNH Member $100, Non-members: $110
The instructional demo is open to all members and non-members. The full modified workshop/critique is limited to a maximum of 12 participants.
You may send in full payment until the deadline of February 7th. Please make check payable to the Pastel Society of NH, print this registration form and mail to: Joelle Feldman, 40 Madigan Lane, Harvard, MA 01451
Registration Form: WORD
To pay via Paypal, please email your completed registration form to : firstname.lastname@example.org or send it to the above address.
Lyn Asselta, PSA-MP, IAPS-EP
Lyn Asselta has considered the landscape her muse since she was a child. Growing up on the coast of Maine, where weather often changed by the minute, the effects of atmosphere on land and water were an everyday, mesmerizing occurrence. Her memories are rich in details of the natural world and she draws from her love of nature when creating her paintings. Her chosen medium of pastel allows her to extend her tactile sense of communicating with the world into the painting process at her easel.
Asselta’s paintings have been exhibited throughout the United States and have been included in invitational exhibitions in France and China. As a workshop instructor, she has taught in Canada, Curacao and across the USA.
She is an IAPS (International Association of Pastel Societies) Eminent Pastelist, a Pastel Society of America Master Pastelist, a member of the Salmagundi Club, a member of several pastel societies, and is the founder and past president of the First Coast Pastel Society in northeast Florida.
In 2009, Lyn was selected as an Artist in Residence at Acadia National Park in Maine. Her work has been featured in art publications including Pastel Journal, Plein Air Magazine, and Pratique des Arts.