Richard Rochkovsky

is creating a venue for plein air painting and instruction
Select a membership level
Participating Members
$5
per month
  • Allow me to continue the group and individual instruction that I presently offer, as well as expand that commitment by offering more in-depth art criticism and direction to the group's participating members.
  • Monthly Newsletter "Painting Out There" with painting tips, Island Art happenings, and the Plein Air Painting Schedule will be emailed to you every month.
Patrons and Painters
$9
per month
  • High-quality downloads of my signed  "Painting of the Month" for your personal use and not for resale, but print it out for your house, use the image as a acreen saver or Desk Top, s'ok!
  • Plus all previous rewards
Participating Painter/Patrons
$11
per month
  • Upload a jpg of your most recent painting and receive an indepth review and criticism.  Limit one per month
  • High quality signed gyclee print for your birthday, or holiday of your choice, with a year's committment.
  • Discounts on Scheduled Workshops
  • Plus all previous rewards

4

patrons

$29

per month

About Richard Rochkovsky

An old Hawaiian tradition has been the "calabash", where a person with certain talents gives instruction, freely, presenting an empty calabash (a gourd bowl) for contributions on a "give what you can" basis.

I have been giving my time freely for more than a decade, every week, to support the West Hawaii Plein Air Painters and Painting Out There groups and would like to expand my involvement by giving more time for instruction and nurturing the arts and artists of the Big Island.

Please visit our website and my gallery at: Painting Out There
Goals
$29 of $1,000 per month

I have been coordinating the West Hawaii Plein Air Painters and the Painting Out There groups for more then a decade and I've noticed real changes in the quality of the member's paintings over time, so much so, that I would like to hold more focused workshops, more often for a reasonable price, as well as video record art demonstrations to reach a wider audience, especially younger artists, whose schools do not offer a comprehensive art program.  My goals are to expand my teaching base by offering more and reasonably priced alternatives to students interested visual arts.
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