Painting and photography holidays in Tuscany and Umbria
A huge thank you to all those of you who joined us here
in Italy in 2014.
We have just released the dates for Spring and Summer 2015!
Go to the link below at our new website, Easel and Lens, for full details of new dates, new courses and new exciting locations....
Set in the beautiful and inspiring Tuscan and Umbrian countryside, Artist in Italy is now in its 7th year of running painting and photography holidays for people who love art, Italy, good food and wine, just as we do.
Our week-long courses and 10 day art workshops are carefully designed for complete beginners with no previous experience, intermediate artists who would like to improve their skills and techniques, and practicing artists looking for a new challenge.
My name is Julian, I do all the teaching here in Italy, with over 20 years experience teaching students of all ages and abilities, and I always strive to create a friendly and relaxed studio. Amanda works from our base in the UK and sorts out the administration, money and everything else you will need to know before you get here.
We offer a variety of custom-made art courses in order to build confidence and inspire you across a range of themes and disciplines. These unique courses also reflect the culture and history of the area where we live, and are interwoven with art-history excursions, providing inspiration, variety and interest throughout the week.
Above all, this is a real opportunity for developing artists to work in small groups alongside an experienced teacher.
To give you a true flavour of what we have to offer, have a quick look at this video...
If you would like to read more about us and how we came to be here in Italy, please click here to see the article in a leading UK newspaper, the Guardian.
And, for last minute cancellations, the latest news, information on courses and availability and previous students comments, look at our Facebook page.
And finally, after our arrival, during the renovations and up until the start of the courses, we wrote a blog called ‘A Tuscan View’ about the whole experience, you can find it by clicking on the link....