Come join us in Auburn! All are welcome as we set up on site and paint a painting of a house – what’s known as a plein air painting. The house in question is the beautiful historic Thaddeus Chapin House. The house is a rare four-chimney structure and was built in 1780.
Photo by Bob See
There is a large free parking lot immediately across the street for us to set up in. You can bring cameras, sketchbooks, or painting supplies. We’ll have sketching supplies on hand for those who want to give it a try. Our featured artist is the talented Dianne Panarelli Miller:
This workshop is FREE and is open to the community!
We are currently aiming for Wednesday October 25th from 1-3pm. It keeps raining on weekends, so we will see if this works! Watch our social media and our newsletter for updates!
Thaddeus Chapin House
11 Elmwood Street
Note this is a PRIVATE RESIDENCE so please do not go on the property. Stay across the street at the credit union’s parking lot. We are celebrating the Auburn historic building and the fun of creating art in our community. The parking lot has two entrances. The parking lot entrance on Elmwood Street (the side we’ll be painting from) is gated off, which is good, because it means we can stand in that gated area. Drive around to the other side to get into the parking lot.
Ask with any questions!
This project is supported by the Auburn Cultural Council.