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Looking for upcoming news, workshops, art lessons, and events? This is the place! Nationally renowned watercolor artist, Alan Shuptrine, regularly offers watercolor lessons, workshops, and here at the gallery, as well as at your location, museum art education center, or other venue. His programming also includes demonstrations and gallery walk-throughs, as well as book signings and lectures for his Independently Published, Award Winning book, I Come From A Place, written with best-selling author, Jennifer Pharr Davis. Please check back often as we try to frequently update with new events!

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workshops & lessons

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workshops & LESSONS

2020

sept
25

Watercolor Workshop at the Booth Western Arts Museum

oct
6-8

Tennessee Craft Week with Water Gilding Demonstrations by Alan Shuptrine

oct
16-17

Watercolor Workshop at the Greenville Center for Creative Arts

dec
30

VIRTUAL! ZOOM Watercolor Lesson, 10-11:30am, EST 

Alan Shuptrine offers a range of watercolor workshops that span all levels from beginners to advanced. He also offers gilding workshops in which participants can learn the ancient methods of water gilding.

Pricing for Individual Lessons is listed.
If you are looking for a workshop, check below and see what’s scheduled!
For all other pricing, including group workshops please contact the gallery. 


 For any questions, please contact the gallery at (423) 266-4453 or TheGallery@Shuptrines.com.  To join our artist email list, please send us a message with SUBSCRIBE in the subject line.



*All events are subject to change due to current Covid restrictions and conditions. Please check back often for updates and new events.



2021

jan
16-17
2021

Watercolor Workshop at the Greenville Center for Creative Arts

mar
5-6
2021

Watercolor Workshop at Monthaven Cultural Arts Center


$75 per hour
via Zoom 


 $120* per hour

$450* Full Day  

*Local pricing.  If outside of Chattanooga area, additional travel fees will be applied


To schedule your lesson, please email: TheGallery@Shuptrines.com­


In-Person

Virtual

Individual  Lessons

workshops

mar
24-26
2021

Watercolor Workshop at Palmetto bluff, BluFfton, SC

AUG
12-14
2021

Watercolor Workshop at The Booth Western ARt MUSEUM

events

Alan Shuptrine provides several event happenings such as book signings, speaking engagements, gallery tours, and watercolor and gilding demonstrations. If you are interested in having Alan speak to your group, please email TheGallery@sSuptrines.com 
Read below to see where Alan will be next and make a plan to join us!

Works currently on display at the
 Grand Bohemian Gallery, Mountain Brook, Birmingham, Alabama

Works by Alan Shuptrine are on display at the Grand Bohemian Mountain Brook Art Gallery. Please call (423) 266-4453 or email rachelle@shuptrines.com for more information

2021 events

news

Alan Shuptrine featured in Okra Magazine!  

read the article from the Southern Spirit edition below featuring, “A Love Letter: Painting the Living Appalachia.”

Alan Shuptrine with Dawson Wheeler on
Dayfire Podcast!  

Click HERE to listen to Dawson and Alan discussing Alan’s journey along the Appalachian Trail, and his new book, I Come From A Place.

Thank you to the Lookout Mountain Mirror for wonderful coverage of our upcoming book launch!

Read the article HERE and save the date for September 12th, 2019!

Check out Alan Shuptrine as I Come From A Place is featured in Blue Ridge Country Magazine!

Click HERE to read the wonderful article and book review by Nancy Henderson, that provides details about I Come From A Place, and discusses the journey that brought Alan to his first coffee table, fine art book!

Alan Shuptrine in Southbound Magazine.

Please read the amazing write-up Blazing his on Trails on Alan Shuptrine’s exhibit Appalachian watercolors of the Serpentine Chain in the Fall/Winter 2017 of Southbound Magazine.


The Ballad of the Applachian Mountains

Chattanooga Magazine tells the song and inspiration behind Alan Shuptrine’s new exhibit Appalachian watercolors of the Serpentine Chain. Check out this article to read about Alan’s enthusiasm behind creating this exceptional exposition!

nashville arts magazine

read the wonderful article in Nashville Arts on the Appalachian watercolors of the Serpentine Chain exhibit