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March 02, 2015

Paint With Me (by appointment) and if you want to

Paint With MeI don't know everything about painting but what I know, I'm open to sharing during painting sessions by appointment. These sessions might be to get experience without investing in all the stuff, so you can get a sense as to whether you would like to make the investment. It may also be to have concentrated time to work on something specific. It may also be a time to gain the confidence about things before going into a class group setting. It may also be a way to enter a studio without a single tool or medium, use what I have, and go from there.

  • Half day or full day sessions.
  • By yourself or with another human.
  • Acrylic or oils.

If you're interested, you can email me at jenny@crescendoh.com and we can calendar an appointment and I can give you a supply list of things you will need to bring.

For all private sessions booked AFTER January 5, 2017, pricing and hours will be modified as follows:

Half day (9:30-12): $95
Full day (9:30-12 and then lunch from 12-1 and then paint 1-3:30 PM): $175

TWO or more PEOPLE
Half day: $80 per person
Full day: $160 per person

All private sessions booked BEFORE January 5, 2017, pricing and hours will remain as follows:

Half day (9-12): $85
Full day (9-12 and then lunch from 12-1 and then paint 1-4PM): $160

TWO or more PEOPLE
Half day: $70 per person
Full day: $150 per person

Payments via cash, check, paypal, or credit card will be accepted the day of the session. :-)

Thank you,

If a supply list stresses you out because you just don't know where to get everything, not to worry. I can provide everything you need for the day including canvases, and paints and everything else you need for a kit fee of:

  • All sessions booked AFTER January 5, 2017: $35
  • All sessions booked BEFORE January 5, 2017: $30

These kits can be reserved by emailing me at jenny@crescendoh.com and paid for during class time.



Hi Jenny,
I'd like to schedule an all day appointment with you for a few things. I've been painting with acrylics for a couple of years now, but I only paint once or twice a month. So, this is what I'd like to accomplish:
- Paint about 3 times a week and gradually increase it.
- Learn to paint more loosely and expressively.
- Make a plan of what I will paint; set up still lifes, use photos, from my head, etc.
- To copy styles I like until my style emerges.
- I need some ideas or suggestions of how to set up a simple area to work with the least amount of supplies, because right now it's my dining table, and if I have to be packing up too many supplies and moving them back and forth, I lose my momentum.
- I work full time, so I'd like to work on small paintings first, until I feel confident and am painting several times a week, and then move on to larger canvases.
I think this is it for now.
I have some days off in December - 28, 29, & 30th. Are you working those days?
If not, I'll probably have to schedule a Saturday, if you're available.

I look forward to hearing back from you.
Thank you,
Lori Engle

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