Creative holidays made with love
We organise everything because it allows you to focus on your learning experience.
All our drawing holidays are for small groups, so that you have plenty of one-one support with your drawing and painting while having a relaxing and rewarding holiday.
We take you to draw in places that will inspire and challenge you. In the evenings we have structured, informal tutorials where we talk about drawing, idea development and related issues.
You will get individual support with all aspects of your drawing practice, sketching, painting and, if relevant, your design and concept development.
Our aim is to promote individual and sensitive responses to new experience.
And if you are a beginner that's no problem. We will tailor the drawing tasks to suit your level of confidence and ability in order to help you grow.
We have expert knowledge of all our locations and so we can reward you with the best activities and authentic experiences in each destination has to offer. The drawing holidays are a sensational way to meet new people and exchange ideas, and work equally well for solo travellers and groups of friends.
All our trips are carbon neutral. We off-set your flight carbon with donations to the World Land Trust who purchase, protect and
re-generate endangered natural environments.
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25 reasons to come on a drawing escape
to be inspired
to learn how to draw from observation
because you want to have a holiday that's useful
because you feel stuck in a rut
because you always wanted to go to art school
because you're unsure about your creative direction
because you want to learn about colour
because you want to travel with an expert
to develop your drawing practice
because you want to be more creative
because we off-set your flight carbon
to foster your creative soul
to invest in broadening your experience
to be challanged with new approaches to drawing and recording experience
to develop new strategies for the application of drawing in a design context
to develop personal ways of recording responses to new environments
to meet like-minded people with similar aspirations and problems
to build your self-confidence
to explore new materials in new environments
to learn new teaching methods
to experience the spiritual and meditative nature of drawing
to make a visual diary of an new experience
to explore narrative and meaning in image making
to break old habits and form new ones
to learn how to see
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