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Saturday, August 3–Sunday, August 4, 2019
10:15 am–4:15 pm
Art Studio (Classroom G38)
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Add to Calendar 2019-08-03 10:15:00 2019-08-03 16:15:00 Watercolor Landscapes Two-Day Workshop - multi-session Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Museum of Fine Arts, Boston America/New_York public

One of the most important components of a landscape painting is placement of the horizon line in a pictorial composition. Develop skills in observation and explore various approaches found in landscape paintings in the MFA’s collection. Through demonstrations and individual guidance in the studio classroom, sketch your own horizon line compositions and experiment with watercolor techniques.

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About the Instructor

Susan Fusco-Fazio is an artist and educator based on the South Shore of Massachusetts where she draws inspiration for painting, printmaking, and ceramics. Originally from scenic Long Island Sound in Connecticut, Susan developed her love of plein air painting. As an art teacher for over 30 years, she has been assisting children and adults in studio art practices and art history lessons in school, museum, hospital, and community settings.

Susan holds a BFA from Massachusetts College of Art, a certification in Arts in Medicine from the University of Florida at Shands Hospital, and Yoga RYT Certification.

Susan’s paintings have been featured in South Shore Living Magazine, her teaching work in the Boston Globe, Newton Tab, and Jewish Advocate. An intergenerational initiative, Meet Me Through My Art, was displayed at the deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum. Susan was commissioned to create a mural and several paintings for patient rooms at Boston Children's Hospital (BCH). Her students' ceramic murals are on permanent display at both BCH and Brigham and Women's Hospital.