The Autumn Landscape: Foliage and Rural Architecture

Instructor: Suzanne Rose

Oct 5, 6, 7 • 9:00 AM-4:00 PM
Skill Level: All Levels
Tuition: Members: $ 330.00 / Non-Members: $ 365.00


The transition from green foliage to an explosion of color never ceases to be an amazing event. This workshop will focus on mindfully capturing the transformation of autumn, while exploring Door County’s preserved natural spaces and wild places in juxtaposition with agrarian and iconic buildings.


Daily field trips, starting early, will take advantage of the natural elements in soft light. Sites will range from Sturgeon Bay to Washington and Rock Islands, including endless shoreline, open farmland, and dense forests; providing opportunities to document both the grand vistas and fine details. While in the field and studio, you will discuss the power of intention and purpose in your photographs through the use of composition, post-processing, and printing.


Suzanne Rose is a nationally recognized artist and educator who practices and teaches fine art photography as a "mindful minimalist" in style and philosophy. Her work explores memory, purpose, and place through photographs of her family and community. In addition to countless awards. Suzanne's work is included in the public collections of the National Gallery of Art, Racine Art Museum, Chazen Museum of Art, Museum of Wisconsin Art, and Miller Art Museum, among others.

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