Welcome to my site which will tell you everything you need to know about the range of painting tuition I offer, both in person and on the internet.
PAINTING HOLIDAY 2015
Come to southern France and learn how to do watercolour paintings.
April 13 to 18 (arrive on 12) If you have a problem with these dates just ask me, flexibility is the name of the game.
Four days tuition (about six hours per day)
Materials and equipment available if required.
All inclusive (food and drinks) except Wednesday – which is a free day so that you can do some excursions.
Price in sharing bedroom: 485€
Price in single bedroom: 620€
You will stay at ’Maison Quarante’ as featured in ‘Living France’ magazine in the small village Quarante (www.maisonquarante.com)
All rooms have own bathroom. There is wifi and a pool that you are free to use.
Non-painting partners are also welcome- there is a lot to do in this area for them.
PAINTING COURSES AND HOLIDAYS
In this section read more about how a painting holiday works and what to expect.
Are you in the area doing other things but would like to book a day of painting?
Perhaps you are involved in event planning? I could plan a creative event for you.
PAINTING COURSES AND WORKSHOPS …..ON LINE
This is something new for 2014 and I am delighted to now have three courses up and running … to rave reviews … via the Udemy site. So if you can’t get to a painting class either where you live, or by coming on a painting holiday, this could be for you. All three courses now have over 1,000 students each and I am planning my fourth.
HAVE A QUESTION ?
Not quite sure about something and you want to chat to me about any of the courses then phone me in France on 00 33 (0)4 99 57 16 63 or you can drop me an e mail at firstname.lastname@example.org what ever is easier for you.
NEW Painting Venue, ‘Maison Quarante’, set in the heart of the village.
There is a five page feature about me, my work and how I arrived here in France. It also has more pictures this stunning property where I host some of the painting holidays. Fancy staying there next year?