TO REGISTER ONLINE, CLICK HERE. To reserve a place in any class or workshop, a $100 deposit is required to hold your space.
We do not keep regular office hours. If you are unable to register online or have additional questions, please call the school at 410-770-4421 and leave a message with your contact information and the class for which you want to register. You may also send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org. We will contact you as soon as possible to answer your questions, confirm and complete the registration.
The balance is due 30 days before the start date.
Please inform us of any medical conditions or special needs you might have. Students are responsible for bringing their own easels to classes and workshops. We do have a limited number of easels available for those who may need them but you must reserve one by notifying us by phone or email.
Do not hesitate to contact us with any questions you might have.
WORKSHOP CANCELLATION POLICY:
If cancellation is made 30 or more days before the workshop date, a full refund will be made, less a $10 fee for administrative expenses.
For cancellations made 29 or fewer days before the workshop date:
- If the spot cannot be filled, the school will retain 100% of the workshop fee but will issue a 50% credit to be used for a future workshop within 12 months from the last day of the cancelled workshop.
- If the spot is filled, the school will return your tuition amount less a $10 fee for administrative expenses.
All cancellations must be made by telephone at 410-770-4421 (or a message may be left on our voice mail).
Tips for Traveling with Painting Supplies:
Do not put flammable liquids such as turpentine, mineral spirits, or oil painting medium in either your checked or carry-on baggage.
Do not carry palette knives on board a plane (plastic or metal).
Pack large tubes of paint in zip-locked bags inside your checked luggage; not in your carry-on luggage.
Pack pastels and drawing supplies in zip-locked bags whether you carry them on board or pack them in checked luggage.
You can take small tubes of paint on board the plane if you store them in one zip-locked bag. Normally, brushes can be stored in your carry-on luggage without a problem, but it is safer to pack them in your checked luggage.
Portable pochade boxes, easels, tripods and backpacks of supplies can be carried onboard so long as you consider them one of your two allowed bags. Allow extra time to get through security.