St. Simons Island Painting Classes

Art Class on St. Simons Island

St. Simons Art Class with local artist
Peggy Buchan

May 23, 2pm - 5pm

Learn how to capture the beauty of the Georgia Coast through paintbrush and canvas.  St. Simons Island local artist Peggy Buchan has many years of experience painting the tranquil scenes for which the Golden Isles are known.

Rates:

Advance reservations are required. If you bring your own supplies, the cost is $50 per participant. The cost is $70 per participant if you'd like Peggy to furnish your supplies.  

If you'd like to bring your own art supplies, please include paints (either oil or acrylic), brushes, and brush cleaner.  You are welcome to bring your own canvas, but Peggy will supply one 11" x 14" canvas per participant.  When you reserve your spot, tell the Concierge whether or not you'll bring your own supplies. 

Space is limited! Call 912-268-5965 today to reserve your coastal painting experience.
If you would like overnight accommodations before and/or after the class, please call 800-342-0212 or reserve your room online.

Please note: Maximum class is 10 people. Subject to availability.

About Peggy Buchan 

Peggy Buchan was born and raised in Brunswick, Georgia. In 1990, after years of painting off and on, she brought out her supplies and begin to paint seriously. Her heart told her that she wanted to capture the peace of the Island. Within a year, her work was being shown at Left Bank Art Gallery. Her husband Dan helped Peggy clean out and prepare a tiny 1820’s tabby building on one of the most renowned and hidden island properties – Couper’s Plantation – and named it ‘Peggy’s Place’. This hideaway was a secret from the rest of the world; a perfect spot for Peggy to paint the marshes, wildlife, and peaceful images that have become her signature style.  

By 2009, after caring for her mother and husband for nearly a decade without painting, she resumed her heart’s work. Nowadays, she can be found creating tiny works of art on petite canvasses at the Pier, the Johnson rocks and Epworth-by-the-Sea.