Spend four days with master plein-air painter Larry Moore at various locations on the island of Molokai, Hawaii, learning how to abstract the living landscape and deepening your relationship with your unique creative voice. Molokai is considered the ‘old Hawaii’- a great place to relax, slow down and reconnect with yourself. All levels from novice to master are welcome to attend.

Larry Moore has been an artist, illustrator, teacher and workshop instructor for over 30 years, with experience in many media. He has won multiple awards for both art and illustration, and has had over a dozen museum exhibits. Larry is widely published-his most recent book, “Fishing For Elephants”-where Moore delves into how to unleash the creative self within.

Workshop participants are responsible for making their own travel, transportation and accommodation arrangements. For more information on planning a trip to Molokai, go to the ‘Visit Molokai’ website. Car rentals are limited-if you find it difficult to rent a car via Alamo and Molokai Rent a Car, try renting a truck (you read that right!) from Uhaul at Rawlin’s Gas Station. It usually rents for $19.99/day. If you are interested in sharing accommodations, please send us an email so that we can connect you with others (you can probably share the ride too). The closest accommodation to the Molokai Arts Center is Hale Malu Guesthouse located in Kalae-3 miles from the Arts Center.

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When: April 9–12, 2018
$495 nonmembers/$396 for MAC members

Larry Moore Workshop

Class supplies you will need:

1 outdoor plein air easel

oils or acrylics or watercolor or gouache in primary colors such as red, yellow, blue and white (such as: crimson red, cadmium yellow light, phalo blue and titanium white)

oil medium such as linseed oil of gamsol oil, paint thinner such as terpenoid

a supply of synthetic brushes that are flat and filbert sizes 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 (buy cheap ones at a craft store)

9 x 12, 8 x 10 canvas panels or watercolor paper

8 x 10 sketchpad



Note: it is recommended that you bring these supplies with you as the island does not have these items for purchase.