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TUSCANY Painting

"Sea Glass" A perfect example of my one pass approach to painting that works beautifully in the field!

I know June seems like a long way off right now but it will be here faster than we know it! In four months I will be packing my bags for Europe. Spending the majority it of the month in Bulgaria and finishing with the last week painting at The Watermill, Posara, Italy! This is the most wonderful venue. I attended as a student last year and was just amazed at the fabulous painting locations, food and accommodations! It was five star. From the moment I was picked up at the airport in Pisa until I was taken back the following Saturday every need was completely taken care of. When they say "all inclusive" you always wonder what the hidden fees will be. But with this venue, there just aren't any. Our painting adventure will begin late Saturday afternoon with a demonstration and continue daily with both Plein Air and Studio time. It is my hope to help each student elevate their work to a higher degree of personal satisfaction and have a glorious time in the process. Here is a wonderful blog from the owner, Bill Breckon talking about the course and also a link for you to discover more about the Mill itself!

I would love to hear from you! Let me know if you have any questions or comments! For each attendee there will be a beautiful 12 month Calendar as a thank you for signing up for my course!

Topics: workshop

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