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We are continually striving to make our workshops enjoyable as well as educational so we appreciate your feedback.

If you attended previous workshops, we would appreciate your serious, considered feedback (good or bad) on those workshops.

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We wish to thank you in advance for your input.

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S. O. writes:

George's workshops continue to be the most effective and educational for my artistic growth. I do appreciate Brigantine Gallery to accommodate such comfortable atmosphere for the workshop attendees. Please keep them coming!!


J. T. writes:

He's (Ceffalio) better than this letter could sound. A great teacher, is exactly that and a tremendous coach. He will take you places you can not imagine yet, and in short order. Because of his focus, yours is altered.


V. S. writes:

Thank you Joan of Art!!! Thank you for encouraging me to pursue the next step. I enjoy your Paint and Play informal classes on Friday nights and am enjoying the oil painting workshops with George Ceffalio and the acrylics workshops with John Walker. They are both truly amazing artists and teachers. They are both able to extract amazing results from their students.


B. K. writes:

Thank you for all your encouragement... everyone in class achieved something special yesterday. it's very nice to be able to go to brigantine and relax and grow as an artist.


B. K. writes:

Hi George and Joan, here are some pics of my recent paintings. I think my oranges and bottle and flower painting from Brigantine is my best yet!!!!! Some thing clicked nicely while working hard on it at home for a few days. My thanks to you guys for helping me go after a dream!! I can't wait to come in again!!!


S. S. writes:

Thank you for all your hard work getting us teachers and classes set up for painting.



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