The Greenhouse Studio at Oatlands
20850 Oatlands Plantation Lane
Leesburg, Virginia 20175
Located at the historic former Oatlands plantation in Leesburg, Virginia, the Greenhouse Studio is the newest studio offering painting classes, workshops, lectures, and art exhibitions. Paint, create, and connect with the community surrounded by 300-year-old trees in idyllic Virginia wine and horse country. Participate in our Paint Out events. Acclaimed and experienced teachers, chosen for their talents and teaching ability, will teach at this beautiful location, which is a convenient commute of 45 minutes from the greater DC area. As with all of our studios, Greenhouse offers classes in watercolor, oil, acrylic, drawing, and printmaking, with a special emphasis on plein air painting.
PAINT AND PICNIC AT OATLANDS
The Greenhouse Studio at Oatlands invites you to join us for our first evening of sunset painting.
Saturday, August 1, 2020, 4:30 – 8:00pm
Don’t miss this wonderful opportunity to paint this rider on horseback in the beautiful gardens of Oatlands at sunset. Due to the CDC standards of social distancing, each participant or couple will choose a numbered spot to picnic and paint this inspiring subject.
$30 Individual Participant, $50 Couple
Craig Amaral 443-995-8600, firstname.lastname@example.org
Greenhouse Studio At Oatlands, 20850 Oatlands Plantation Lane, Leesburg, VA 20175
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Registration and payment for classes at the Greenhouse Studio at Oatlands are handled via this secure form.
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The Greenhouse Studio is now taking registrations online. Click here to register.
Registration forms may also be submitted by mail with a check (mail to: Greenhouse Studio, attn. Alex Bartman, 7215 Mountain Church Rd, Middletown, Maryland 21769). To pay by credit card, please use the registration form on this website. Payment is due in full at the time of registration. Registration fees are nonrefundable except when a class is canceled by the Greenhouse Studio at Oatlands
If you wish to cancel your registration or withdraw from a class or workshop, you must submit your request in writing. Email notification (email@example.com) will ensure the most prompt response to your request, but other forms of written notification are acceptable, as well, including mail, of written notice to Alex Bartman. When withdrawing from a course, please include the student’s name, telephone number, course title and start date, and reason for withdrawal. In the event that the Greenhouse Studio cancels a class or workshop, the full tuition is automatically refunded.
Written notification of withdrawal must be received by the following deadlines:
- 8 days or more prior to class or workshop: full tuition refunded minus a $20 cancelation fee.
- 7 days prior to a class and up to 24 hours after the first class: 50% tuition refunded, minus $20 cancelation fee.
- 7 days prior to a workshop: sorry, no refund.
- 24 hours after first class or later: sorry, no refund.
- Registration fees are nonrefundable once a class has started.
Questions? Contact the Alex Bartman 240-626-4981 or Alex.firstname.lastname@example.org
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History of the Greenhouse Studio
The Greenhouse Painting Studio is modeled on a very successful art center at Glen Echo Park called the Yellow Barn Studio and Gallery. It was established by Walt Bartman and has one of the largest and best faculty and painting programs in the Washington D.C. and Baltimore area.
Walt Bartman’s vision is to transform Oatlands Plantation’s greenhouse into a painting studio that would be the center for classes and workshops.
This 200 year old stately mansion with its exquisite formal gardens and sweeping views of the surrounding countryside is an idyllic setting for plein air painting: terraced gardens full of colorful tulips, peonies, iris, and lilies; an English rose garden with Dorothy Perkins climbers and fragrant circular beds; romantic plant containers and statuary; a lovely balustrade and reflecting pool; many historic outbuildings including a barn and original greenhouse.