Plein Air Painting at the Wharf
Do you love plein air painting, or have you ever wanted to learn? Then join us for an evening of creativity at the Leonardtown Wharf on Saturday, April 2, 2022 from 4:30 PM - 7:30 PM. Capture the beauty of Breton Bay while enjoying the smooth jazz stylings of the GrooveSpan Trio (kicking off our brand new music series: Under the Gazebo), sample award-winning wine from the Port of Leonardtown Winery, the Farm.Fork.Soul and Linda's Café on the Go Food Trucks will be on hand offering tasty eats, and the Frog Town Ice Cream Shop will be serving sweet treats. The evening's activities are noted below. For more information contact: Brandy Blackstone at email@example.com.
Open Paint for Plein Air Artists
This activity is FREE and open to plein air artists of all levels. Bring your easel and supplies and join us for a community paint along at the beautiful Leonardtown Wharf. Artists are welcome to bring a small table to display and sell their work. Registration is not required, but please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to be entered into a gift drawing (prize TBA).
The Launch of a new Music Series at the Leonardtown Wharf
Enjoy the smooth jazz stylings from the GrooveSpan Trio during the evening. Their performance kicks off a brand new music series at the Leonardtown Wharf (to be announced at the event and at: VisitLeonardtownMD.com/LeonardtownMusicFest).
Open Air Market
Spend the evening with us as you take in the breathtaking view at the Leonardtown Wharf. Watch the artists at work as they capture the spender of Breton Bay. Browse and shop artwork and hand-crafted items that our artists have to offer and sample award-winning wine and local cuisine while enjoying live music, and of course the spectacular sunset on Breton Bay. This event is FREE and open to the public.
Learn to Paint Outdoors
Class: Learn the Basics of Plein Air Painting- $40/pp
Fee includes all supplies & instruction / Must be 13 yrs. or older
Learn the basics of plein air painting from Carrie Patterson, professional artist, Professor of Art at St. Mary's College, and owner of the Yellow Line Studio in Leonardtown. Registration required/limited tickets available.