Art In The Algarve specialise in art holidays that provide a unique surrounding for artists of every background to learn or develop new or existing skills. If you love art and are looking to combine your passion with an art and a painting holiday in the sun, then Art In The Algarve is a perfect choice.
Shropshire's rolling hills, deep river valleys and medieval market towns will be the location for our 5 days of painting on location. Join us at harvest time as we explore one of England's most beautiful and best kept secrets. With it's diverse landscape and wealth of historic buildings, we will base our week around Ludlow and Church Stretton, using the lovely Westhope College as our base.
This painting course is set in the enticing landscape
of the beautiful Luberon valley, surrounded by cherry orchards, vineyards and olive groves, and impressive stonebuilt villages. In autumn the light mellows as the valley is carpeted with magnificent bronze vineyards.
This week will help you to deepen your understanding of the relationship between drawing and painting. We aim to inspire and relax you so that you can learn, share ideas and have fun, far away from everyday constraints.
Our beautiful and historic watermill stands beside the River Rosaro in the small village of Posara. Peaceful and secluded, yet part of the village, the mill is just a mile or so from the walled medieval town of Fivizzano with its cafés, restaurants and shops. This is the heart of Lunigiana, in the North-west of Tuscany, a truly unspoilt part of Italy.
The city is situated in a narrow valley surrounded by olive tree lined hills and the mountain scenery of the Middle Atlas. It sits on the old crossroads of caravan routes linking ancient empires from the Sahara and the Mediterranean, trade between whom was the source of the city’s prosperity and growth as a centre of learning and spirituality. Around every corner there are architectural treasures – palaces, museums, mosques, courtyards and fountains whose construction and elaborate decoration bears tribute to Morocco’s incredibly skilled craftsmen. The meandering medina alleyways hum with activity and local life – donkeys carrying supplies, lively cafés, and colourful souks