Happy 2015 New Year from Cheap Joe’s Art Stuff!
It’s always a great idea to consider one of Cheap Joe’s 2015 Workshops as part of the brand new year and the earlier the better!
Cheap Joe’s has been called the Cadillac of workshop venues by students and instructors from all over. Every workshop’s quality and value is our utmost concern. That is why we take being the best very seriously! We want the entire workshop experience to be outstanding for our participants, as well as, our instructors. So, we roll out the proverbial red carpet for one and all!
Just look at what it is all about!
This 2015 season is no different. Take a look at the great variety of mediums, styles, and nationally known workshop artists! You’ll see very familiar faces, along with new and upcoming artists that are sure to become well known in no time!
Things You’ll Want To Know Before You Sign Up-
When you take a workshop at Cheap Joe’s in Boone, you’re not just taking a painting class, you’re participating in a life enhancing experience!
Besides coming to a beautiful and popular vacation destination in the Blue Ridge Mountains, you’ll have access to the best workshop instructors in the business, individual work stations, free gifts each day, discounts on supplies, delicious lunches provided, HD camera/large screen TV monitor for demonstrations, discounts on hotels, the friendliest customer service in the world, and much, much more!
Classes generally are held from mid-April through October, and are Mon.—Thur. (9am—4pm) and Fri. (9am—1pm), unless otherwise noted.
For more information, or to register for any Cheap Joe’s “In House” Workshop, contact our friendly customer service representatives at (800)-227-2788, speak with our workshop coordinator, Edwina May, at: (800) 227-2788 ext. 1123, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Save money with the Early Sign Up BONUS!
Choose the perfect workshop for your experience.
Workshop Experience Levels-
Level 1: Beginner - Covers the very basic techniques of the medium at a slower pace and offers a lot of individual help for all students. No prior experience in the medium is expected of the student.
Level 2: Beginner-Intermediate - Reviews basic techniques for beginners as needed, and offers practice exercises at an average pace to assist in gaining confidence and experience with the medium. Assistance is given to all.
Level 3: Intermediate - Assumes the student already has a basic knowledge of the medium. Average paced with individual help for all students.
Level 4: Intermediate-Advanced - Average paced with individual help for those who need it, yet challenging for the more experienced or advanced student.
Level 5: Advanced - Fast paced and challenging exercises, with little teacher assistance.
*****Two workshops are already SOLD OUT! Don’t wait another minute to register if you are even thinking about taking a workshop at Cheap Joe’s in 2015!*****
SOLD OUT!- Joe Miller April 20-24, 2015
SOLD OUT!- Terry Harrison May 18-22, 2015
All Remaining Workshops Are Filling Up Fast!
Out of stock- Wait List Only
Out of stock- Wait List Only
Carol Ann Sherman Art Workshop: Slippery When Wet (Watercolor on Yupo), May 26-29 (4 day, Tu-Fr), 2015
Sterling Edwards Art Workshop: Creating Expressive and Dynamic Watercolor Interpretations, June 22-26, 2015
Michele Warner Art Workshop: Photoshop for Artists, A Tool for Traditional Painting, July 6-10, 2015
Joyce Faulknor/Guy Magallanes Art Workshop: Twice The Techniques: 2 Approaches-2 Artists, August 10-14, 2015
This art workshop provides an open-studio artwork plan. Students will have the freedom to concentrate on drawing and painting more interesting people/children in any medium they choose. Demos will be executed in all… Learn More
So, since the 2015 New Year has began, you have nothing but the whole year ahead of you! Why not spend at least a week of the year doing something you just love like attending a Cheap Joe’s In- House Workshop in Boone, N.C.
What are you waiting for? Christmas?
Have a Happy New Year!
And may the blessings be many and
all of your art stuff be from Cheap Joe’s!