Sea’spired Paint Escape with
Sharon Wadsworth-Smith: Oct 25-26, 2020
Our sea’spired art escape is designed to bring your painting skills to a new level or to introduce you to the world of acrylic painting. Work from the artist’s photos or from your own with an emphasis on the changing seas.
Sea’spired Paint Escape package includes:
- Accommodations for Sunday night (Monday night can be added for a special rate)
- Snacks and a glass of wine/beer on Sunday during meet and greet with the instructor
- Breakfast and lunch in Elliot’s Dining Room or Founder’s Lounge on Monday
- Coffee/Tea breaks on Monday
- Access to all event workshops on Sunday and Monday
From $287 per person
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For reservations call 1-800-565-5068
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Grab your paintbrushes! Our sea’spired art escape weekend is designed to bring your painting skills to a new level, or, to introduce you to the world of acrylic painting.
UPDATE: The Sherbrooke Village Painting Camp at Sherbrooke Village has been postponed for 2020 and rescheduled for August 9th to 12th 2021.
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For more information and to book your spot, call 1-888-743-7845 or visit
The Sherbrooke Village Painting Camp at Sherbrooke Village has been postponed for 2020 and rescheduled for August 9th to 12th 2021.
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Lucie Michel is a wonderful artist and a delightful woman, living in Montreal, her work is vibrant and really stunning! She has been a teacher for many years and has a wide range of experience. For this workshop she intends to focus on the idea of simplifying the landscape, using large brushes and collage …. she wants to encourage us to go big! We will mostly work with acrylic paint and although she doesn’t actually use pastels herself, she has said that mixed media is definitely a good idea. The collage aspect would mostly come from us creating our own paper, using a few different techniques, one of which would include using the Gelli printing pad. Here is a link to her website.
For further information:
Linda Wright <email@example.com>