Enjoy the crisp fall mountain days at Pine Mountain Settlement School creating charcoal drawings with renowned artist Jeff Chapman-Crane. You will work side-by-side with Chapman-Crane as he shows you the techniques of charcoal art, and you'll walk away with your very own beautiful piece.
Cost for the workshop is $275 for adults.
Visitors to Pine Mountain may stay in dormitory or cottage-style housing. Single rooms are available upon request. Linens are furnished.
Meals are served in the Laurel House dining room. When possible, the School serves vegetables grown on campus. Vegetarian meals are available upon request.
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About Jeff Chapman-Crane
Jeff Chapman-Crane is a full-time professional artist from the southern Appalachian Mountains, where he has lived and practiced his art since the early 1970s. His art focuses on the culture of Appalachia, with an emphasis on portraits of mountain people.
His realistic work follows well-established traditions in American art, in the vein of Winslow Homer, Thomas Eakins, and Andrew Wyeth for their portrayals of ordinary life. Social commentary photographers Dorothy Lange, Ken Murray of Tennessee, and "Picture Man" Mullins of Jenkins, Kentucky have also influenced the content of Jeff's work.
Chapman-Crane's work has been featured in American Artist magazine, and he is a four-time finalist in the Artists Magazine's annual portrait competition. He was also the illustrator for the children's book, "Ragsale," which won Best in Show at the 1995 New England Bookfair.