Workshops & Classes

Join us at Gallery Citrine for a wide range of workshops, classes, events and playshops offered to artists of all levels.


Gallery Citrine presents the 1st annual “Small Works” Art Show.  This show will feature local artists with artwork no larger than 10 inches is longest dimension.


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Two day workshop:

Monday, March 30 and Tuesday March 31



A chance to win $50 gift package of Gelli supplies if you register before or on 2/28/2020


This 2 day workshop is a fun introduction to exploring Gelli Arts monoprinting techniques. No experience necessary! Great for the beginner to advanced student artist interested in creative mark-making. We will cover printing basics using Open acrylic paint as our ink. Along with stencils, texture, masking and layering techniques, we will look at a variety of ways to use prints in mixed media processes and journaling. Warning: it’s addictive!! Instructor will supply various size plates, paint and a variety of papers for printing. $5 supply fee. Students will receive additional supply list

Instructor : Kirah Van Sickle

Kirah Van Sickle is a lifelong artist and adventurer at heart. She has a rich academic history in art study, graduating from Duke University with dual majors in Biology and Art and Art History, an MS in Medical Illustration from the Medical College of Georgia and MFA in Painting from the Academy of Art University. Kirah’s strength is her versatility and confidence in the painting process. A dynamic instructor, she teaches custom courses and workshops to both beginner and seasoned artists; and is on the teaching staff of local community colleges and the Cameron Museum.
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DIEBENKORN, HOPPER AND MATISSE: A Lineage of Color and Light

While he may not be familiar to many, Diebenkorn is one of America’s influencial and beloved abstract expressionists.  Let’s trace the connective thread from Matisse and Edward Hopper and the impact and influence they has on American Modernism.


Join us at Gallery Citrine for a special evening featuring an art talk by our local art celebrity Kirah Van Sickle!  She will present an unforgettable lecture on 3 well known artists, Matisse, Hopper and Diebenkorn.  Wine and heavy appetizers will be served.


Tuesday, April 28, 2020 at 6pm


$25 per person

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BACK FROM BLACK- Exploring Abstract Design and Value with Mixed Media

2 day workshop

Wednesday, May 6 and Thursday, May 7, 2020

Times: 10 am -5 pm each day with 1 hour free lunch break on your own

COST $230


In this two day workshop, students will be develop a dyptich with a strategy Rebecca calls “Back from Black”. The focus will be on compositional design, value, and use of a limited color palette. Black acrylic gesso, collage, watermedia and optional metal leaf will be our materials.

Instructor: Rebecca Zdybel
Rebecca is an award winning professional artist, and a member in excellence of the South Carolina Watermedia Association. She lives and works in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. She teaches weekly classes in her studio in Myrtle Beach and leads international annual Eat, Paint, Cook Tours. Her work is adventurous, and her methods and materials are varied. Her students love her energy, her sense of humor, and her heartfelt enthusiasm for sharing art creation with her students. For more info see:


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PAINTING FROM THE HEART-Watercolor Workshop with Carol Carter

3 Day Workshop

Sunday July 12 – Tuesday July 14 2020

Time: 9-4 each day with 1 hour free for lunch

COST: $475 early bird registration before March 31, 2020

$500 per student after March 31,2020


Class size limited to 15 students. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from an internationally recognized watercolor master in Gallery Citrine’s small group setting. Carol’s expertise with all subjects, from figures, to animals and landscapes is amazing and she receives rave reviews from her workshop students. For more information see:

Instructor : Carol Carter

Carol Carter received her MFA from Washington University, St. Louis. She received a MAA-NEA Fellowship in Painting and Works on Paper in 1994. Voted Best St. Louis Artist by The Riverfront Times in 2000. In 2002 her work was chosen for the cover of New American Painting magazine and in 2003, the US Embassy sponsored a solo exhibition of her work at the Teatro del Centro de Arte, in Guayaquil, Ecuador.

Ms. Carter has been visiting artist in Oslo and Stavanger, Norway, in 1999, 2001, and 2003. The Schmidt Art Center in Belleville, IL held a solo exhibition in 2006. She was invited to be in the National Watercolor Biennial at Parkland College in February. She is featured artist in the Herstory invitational at SWIC in Granite City, IL. A retrospective of her work will be held at the Turner Center for the Arts in Valdosta, GA opening this March. Different Strokes, by Quartro Publishing, in London, England is featuring her work.

Ms. Carter’s work is represented in many public and private art collections, including those of Citicorp, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Arjomani Paper, Leonard Slatkin, Price University, and Utah State University.