JOIN US ON OUR SPRING PAINTING BREAK.
LOCATED ON THE TUSCANY - UMBRIA BORDER, IN THE BEAUTIFUL HEART OF ITALY.
At Arts Holiday Italy we are passionate about painting and drawing and so for us Spring is one of the most beautiful times of year to be out and about in Tuscany. Wild flowers are blooming everywhere and the days have started to become warmer.
During your Spring Painting Break with us, you will be inspired to draw and paint stunning spring landscapes, beautiful natural forms and the amazing architecture of Tuscany and Umbria. Throughout your stay you will be supported by professional tutors who will demonstrate and guide you through techniques, styles and materials to create individual work at your own pace. Your painting holiday will be spent between a well-equipped studio where you can explore and experiment with your ideas, and various locations from enchanting medieval hilltop towns to the outstanding vistas of Tuscany. All of our painting locations are off the beaten track so you will be inspired by breathtaking views away from the major tourist hustle and bustle.
The award-winning hotel you will be staying at is Villa Pia, an old country manor house with heated swimming pool and tennis courts. One of the main attractions of the hotel is the outstanding four course evening meals that are lovingly prepared by a team of local chefs using produce supplied mostly by farmers in the area.
This painting holiday is designed to develop your painting and drawing skills in a relaxed atmosphere, whilst indulging your love of all things italian in the beautiful heart of Italy.
This 6 day Spring painting break is from April 15th - 21st costing £1100 all inclusive (excluding flights).
To book your painting holiday and for further information visit www.artsholidayitaly.com
Antonella Edwards (founder @ Arts Holiday Italy)
At Arts Holiday Italy we are passionate about teaching painting and drawing to beginners and intermediates as well as working with established artists who wish to come and be with other creatives painting in Italy Please feel free to comment. Thanks, Antonella.