InView: A Place to Create, Exhibit, and Learn

InView Center for the Arts at Landgrove Inn
Watercolor Instruction at Landgrove Inn

We all work to live. But poetry, art, music and passion are why we live. 

A thriving workshop business featuring world-class instructors is the latest addition to the inn's long legacy of excellence. Landgrove has long been a magnet for poets, painters, and patrons of the arts and crafts.  The picture-perfect hills, valley and village that surround us are irresistible to people who wish to create, exhibit and learn in peace and natural beauty, with the enthusiastic support of the creative community in which we live.

As a very proud Platinum Member of the Vermont Watercolor Society, InView Center for the Arts currently hosts over twenty workshops a year in all media, now including digital photography, and more. Our class sizes are limited in order to maximize the one-on-one opportunities with the instructors and thus the whole learning experience.  InView's 50' x 30' post and beam studio overlooks our pond and is less than a minute's walk to the Inn with all its comforts and amenities, a convenience that has helped establish the Landgrove Inn as Vermont's premier one-stop workshop destination.
For complete, detailed workshop information, click here to visit our official arts website:
2023 InView Workshop Offerings
additional details coming soon!

May 3rd thru May 6th

Ted Nuttall

“Painting Portraits from Photographs in Watercolors”

May 18th thru 20th

Jennifer Gennari

“Animal Portraits in Oils”

June 5th thru 8th

Jan Guarino

“No Fear Watercolors”

June 13th thru 16th

Suchitra Bhosle

“Painting the Figure in Oils”

June 21st thru 24th

George Van Hook

“The Joys of Plein Air”

June 26th thru 29th

Leslie Wilson

“Watercolors Fresh and Loose”

July 9th thru 14th

Esther Hershenhorn:

“Writing for Young Adults, Manuscript Workshop”

July 12th thru 15th

Nanette Fluhr

“Painting the Portrait in Oils”

July 17th thru 20th

Margie Samuels:

“Watercolor Painting and its Possibilities”

July 24th thru 27th

Craig Pursley

“The Portrait Sketch in Oils”

July 31st thru August 3rd

Pam Wenger

"Quick Sketch Portraits in Watercolor”

August 6th thru 8th

Steve Rogers

“Intuitive Abstract in Various Media”

August 9th thru 12th

Janet Rogers

“Expressive Faces, Flowers and Figures”

August 14th thru 17th

Marilyn Rose

"The Joy of Watercolor”

August 21st thru 24th

Kathy Anderson

“Painting the Chaos in the Garden”

August 28th thru 31st 

Iain Stewart

September 2nd thru 5th

Colley Whisson

“Modern Impressionism in Action”

September 7th thru 10th

Kami Mendlik:

“Painting Color Relativity in the Landscape”

September 13th thru 16th

Randall Sexton

“Plein Air Painting in Vermont”

September 18th thru 21st

Sue Lyon

September 25th thru 28th

Ted Nuttall

“Still Life Painting in Watercolor”

September 30th thru October 3rd

Ted Nuttall:

“Painting the Portrait from Photographs in Watercolor”

October 6th thru 10th

Paul Jackson

October 16th thru 19th

Barbara Jaenicke

October 23rd thru 26th

Cuong Nguyen

The standard accommodations rates for the workshops are $135 per person/night for a shared room and $215 per person/night for a single. These rates are for a standard room with private bath, include meals and are subject to a 9% VT tax and a 15% service charge.  For information on tuition charges for a specific workshop please contact the Inn for details.
To reserve for a workshop we require a valid credit card number (Visa/MC only), a $50 non-refundable deposit for the workshop (if the workshop is sponsored by The Landgrove Inn) and a one-night deposit payable by credit card or a check received within seven days from the date of the reservation. The accommodations deposit is refundable minus a $50 service charge with at least 60 days notice.  Accommodations rates for some workshops may vary. Please call the Landgrove Inn for specific details.