MONTHLY WORKSHOPS

Susan teaches workshops in her Thorndike studio the third Friday and Saturday of each month.  For more information please email her at susanpecora@comcast.net or call (413) 283-7441.

SUSAN IS AVAILABLE TO DO PAINTING DEMONSTRATIONS AND WORKSHOPS THROUGHOUT THE COUNTRY.

HOLIDAY OPEN STUDIOSDECEMBER 2015

OPEN STUDIO WITH SUSAN AT ONE COTTAGE STREET, EASTHAMPTON, MA. ROOM 307

FRIDAY DECEMBER 4TH NOON TO FIVE

SATURDAY DECEMBER 5TH 10 TO 5

SUNDAY DECEMBER 6TH NOON 5   AND

SATURDAY DECEMBER 12TH 10 UNTIL 5

 

REPRESENTED BY

QUABOAG VALLEY ANTIQUES, PALMER
BAKKER ART & ANTIQUES, 359 Commercial Street, bakkerproject.com
THE LOBSTER POT RESTAURANT, 321 Commercial Street
CAPE ART TILES, 309 Commercial Street, capearttiles.com
PAINTING DEMONSTRATION FOR
Society of Creative Arts, Newtown, CT.
JUNE 8–JULY 27     EXHIBITING Paintings of Maine at the Damariscotta River Grill, 155 Main Street, Damariscotta, ME
JUNE 13 & 14     OPEN STUDIO Cottage Street Studios, 1 Cottage Street, Easthampton, MA Saturday 10-5, Sunday 12-5

LIBRARY DEMONSTRATIONS

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In 2008, Susan began a series of painting demonstrations for public libraries, funded in a large part by the local Mass Cultural Councils.  These painting demonstrations are usually free and open to the public, and last about an hour and a half.  They bring in a large and diverse audience for an entertaining and informative presentation, which benefits each library in many ways.

Each library is then able to display their watercolor painting and/or use it for other purposes, such as notecards, membership appeals or other means of promoting themselves to their community.

The combination of [Susan’s] talent and delightful personality awed the audience. Plus the library was a grateful recipient of her finished work, an inspired image of our building which hangs proudly in our Reading Room. We even used her painting on our Annual Appeal cards, which I believe was one reason we raised so much money! I would recommend this entertaining and creative program to any organization.
— Hope Bodwel, Director, Monson Free Library