2015 Workshops

Workshop Registration:
Registration for all Morgan Samuel Price workshops can be done here through PayPal or by contacting Morgan. If the workshop is cancelled, by Morgan, for any reason your money will be refunded. If you change the registration for the workshop due to conflicts in your schedule and notify the studio 60 days prior to the workshop, all monies will be refunded. If the requested refund is not within the required time there is no refund. International workshops have a different policy

There is a $50.00 fee to move from one workshop to another due to changing your reservation dates.

The tuition includes the workshop only. Each artist must bring their own equipment and art supplies. A supply list is on the website. The studio will gladly email a copy of the art supply list to you. Morgan’s contact information is listed below.

All Morgan Samuel Price Workshops are limited to 12 artists only. Call: 407-252-2102 to register or email: morgan@morgansamuelprice.com

*Artists’ testimonials are located at the end of the list of workshops.

June 22 - 26, 2015
Cashiers, North Carolina
Waterfalls Workshop

Cashiers with it’s village setting and the surrounding area boast numerous waterfall locations to wet your appetite for plein air painitng. Each day you will be hiking (minimal hiking required) to an new waterfall to enjoy the thrill of these picturesque locations. Be prepared to be WOWED! Morgan stays on location each day for a painting demonstration, a group critique (at the end of the painting session), and offers a personal one on one Q&A for each artist.


August 18 – August 28, 2015
Haut du Baran, France
August 18 – August 28, 2015

If you desire a workshop tour that takes you right to gorgeous painting locations, gives the best experience possible make your reservation now . Enjoy superlative accommodations with a studio equipped with French easels for your use. Rosalie and William Haas of Haut du Baran are superb hosts. The cuisine at Haut du Baran is outstanding! From the beginning to the end of your trip you are given the most delightful experience ever. You are spoiled from the moment you arrive. Haut Baran is beautiful. Paint quaint villages, panoramic views, vineyards, Chateaus, beautiful rivers and idyllic rolling countryside. The mountains with sloping hillsides are your back drop for the vineyards of the Lot River Region. Fly to Toulouse. Once you arrive you will not need to make another arrangement.You will be met at the airport and transferred to Haut du Baran for ten days.William Haas host, translator, guide, historian, informed amateur anthropologist is as entertaining as he is informed. All artists and guests will enjoy this experience. If you are not painting, tour with Willliam, when the artists are on location. This is an all inclusive package with hotel accommodations, transportation to several villages during our stay, continental breakfast each day, five dinners w/wine, 5 lunches., guided tours of the villages of Monpazier, to Puy L”Eveque, St Circ LaPopie, voted the most beautiful village in France, Sarlat, and last but not the final day will be on the location of 14th C. Castlefranc. These sites were chosen to inspire! This is just a sampling of the possible itinerary. Your all inclusive 10 day trip is $3700.00. Air fare is variable and not included. Please visit: www.hautbaran.com for a tour of this bit of heaven and to register please contact William or Rosalie. Once you have registered call or email Morgan. In is important to register as early as possible for this painting tour. There is a reduced rate for the non-artist. If you think Morgan is gushing wait until you talk to her about this fabulous experience in France.

September 14 – 18, 2015
Taos, New Mexico

The Rio Grande Gorge with it’s winding river is one of your locations during this Taos, experience. Rancho de Taos is our host location during this workshop. Taos /ˈtaʊs/ is a town in Taos County in the north-central region of New Mexico in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, incorporated in 1934. As of the 2010 census, its population was 5,716. Other nearby communities include Ranchos de Taos, Cañon, Taos Canyon, Ranchitos, El Prado, and Arroyo Seco. The town is close to Taos Pueblo, the Native American village and tribe from which it takes its name. Enjoy this five day workshop with Morgan on location each day.


September 24 – 26, 2015
Dahlonega, Georgia

Site of the first major U.S. Gold Rush and the Heart of Georgia Wine Country, Dahlonega offers an authentic, mountain getaway only an hour north of Atlanta. Our guests and locals alike enjoy outstanding vistas, gold medal wineries, original architecture and gold history attractions, outdoor adventure and a Golden Bear signature golf course and the University of North Georgia with its signature gold steeple. As a destination hub in the heart of the North Georgia Mountains you will enjoy this location for your plein air painting pleasure.

Dates to be Announced
Master Workshop
Marshville, NC

Your accommodations are two minutes from your studio. The studio is located on a small rural acreage, with birds in abundance. The studio is large with great lighting. There are nearby scenes to entice the eye. The artists retreat is a three bedroom two bath home with a full kitchen. In the evening rock on the porch while sipping your favorite beverage and visiting with your artist associates. Our relaxing home away from home is very comfortable. The atmosphere is kind to the spirit and conducive to creative thought. Share your work for the day or go to the studio and paint on your latest endeavor. It is all about the artist and their art. One evening during your stay you will enjoy a special evening of wine and tasty morsels with Morgan as your host.


October 9 – 10, 2015
Mt. Dora
Mt. Dora, FL.

Mt. Dora is a small town in Central Florida with streets lined with quaint shops. This walking community has an abundance of historic homes on tree lined streets. Painting demonstrations in the morning will pique your interest. Artists have ample time to paint and take in lunch at a charming local restaurant.



Just a note to thank you for a great workshop experience in Tequesta, Florida recently. It was a wonderful weekend of observing and learning first hand from a very gifted artist. Your ability to look at what most of us would consider to be a mundane view and transform it into a beautiful painting is amazing – your comments about “it’s all about how you view it” made total sense when we were all able to watch your step by step demos! Your knowledge in all areas of landscape were so well translated verbally, and you were able to meet all of your students at their own particular level of experience. A totally worthwhile and very enjoyable experience that I would highly recommend for anyone interested in advancing to the “next” level of landscape!

Mary D. Buenting

One of the things I learned from watching Morgan’s demos was her attention to brushwork. Every single stroke was different and deliberate. When I asked Morgan about her brushwork she said that there were 22 decisions made with each brushstroke. That was amazing itself, but even more so when she could actually NAME them. I went home and practiced my brush strokes. I used her DVD’s to learn more. I read her book more than once. And my painting has changed more in one year than it had in the previous several years. I found Morgan to be an incredibly generous teacher. She tells you exactly what you need to know for you, and what you want to know to improve your painting skills. Each time I study with Morgan I build on what I know. Every time is different and that is why she has so many repeat students year after year after year.

Terry Mason
Sarasota, FL

To describe those two days at Mt. Dora as “intense” is an understatement. I’m still not an oil painter but I know I can be, because of you. I arrived with a major goal: To paint a selection of greens without a pure green paint on my palette. You helped me accomplish that from the first hours. Every bit of advice you gave seemed to be directed straight at me. I’ve never had an instructor talk right to me, as you did. Where have you been? More succinctly: Why did I wait 15 years to seek you out? Morgan, you’re one of a kind. I love you. I need your continued oil advice, but I truly wonder what changes I would see if I brought my watercolor technique to you for a dusting from your magic brush. Is there a workshop dedicated to watercolor in the foreseeable future? One that starts closer to 9 am? I never knew there was a six in the morning.

Thank you my special person,
Bob Woodring

PS: I apologize for not sticking around to hear student critiques on Saturday. I was worn out.

To Whom It May Concern:
In 2001, an internet search for art instruction led to my purchasing VHS tapes of Morgan Samuel Price. Upon viewing, I was impressed with Morgan’s artistic talent and her teaching ability.

I have attended many art workshops and viewed numerous art instruction tapes/DVDs in the past. Although the artists possess technical talent, they rarely can translate this into true instruction.

In addition to purchasing every one of Morgan’s DVDs and books, I’ve attended two plein air workshops. It was no surprise to me that Morgan is highly effective as a “classroom” instructor. I’m in a unique position to evaluate Morgan’s teaching ability. For the past 27 years, I’ve led corporate training departments for major corporations. In addition, I possess a doctorate in adult learning.

Morgan is a rarity, possessing incredible artistic talent and the ability to effectively transfer her knowledge and skills to others.

Rita Smith
Vice President, Enterprise Learning

Hello Morgan,
I want you to know how much I enjoyed meeting you and experiencing your workshop this week. You are a wonderful teacher, amazing artist and a fun person to be around! I listened hard and learned a lot of great information that I will continue to practice on my weekend painting trips. I also appreciated the abundant energy you brought to your demos each morning, even when you had very little sleep!

Thank you so much for your patience and sharing so much of you with us!

I remain a devoted fan of your beautiful work and look forward with anticipation to see what you will create next.

Bob Holden

To Morgan: From Joan Vienot

A light summary of your workshop in Apalachicola:


Thank you, Morgan!
So much to try to assimilate!