Cait Whitson is coming to the US this fall to teach at Lynne Rutter Studio, September 13-17th and to The Studio Destin, Sept. 27-30th. She will be teaching marbling and graining at both locations. Cait is twice the first prize winner of the live timed marbling at the Olympix (she’s good and fast). Her delightful teaching style ensures there will be no shortage of fun and information sharing in her classes. I thought it would be interesting to find out who taught the teacher.
I love decorative painting classes. Classes are where we learn fresh new techniques and products, where we meet other artists, where we pass on and share our experiences, where we make new friends, where we get to create and learn uninterrupted by life’s responsibilities, where we have one-on-one interaction with world class teachers, where we grow as artists, and where we get our batteries recharged. Classes are the life blood of our industry. Classes are where we connect.
Barbara is an accomplished photographer and am experienced in all aspects of interior and cabinetry design. In the 1990’s she was the editorial director of a The Wednesday Magazines (circulation 250,000) for Pultizer Publishing Company. Her current step into fine art utilizes all the skills she has developed throughout her varied careers. Her company Clark Hall Studios provides decorative painting, trompe l’oeil and design services.