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Announcing my next workshop in Bolivia!

Following the success of my first Plein Air Painting painting workshop in Bolivia, in La Paz, I am delighted to announce that plans are now finalised for a similar programme of instruction coupled with tourism in the beautiful region of Santa Cruz de las Sierras. This is an adventure not to be missed. I can't wait and neither should you!

 

Be quick to register your interest as places are limited. Open to European artists as well as North American and European!

 

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Back in San Marco!

Brilliant to be back in San Marco! More pics to follow!

 

 

 

 

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Workshops in Bolivia

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Workshops in Bolivia!

 

 Fancy a two week painting holiday in Bolivia? Send me a pm for a travel package custom made for you from wherever you are!

 

Based on the city of La Paz, the administrative capital of Bolivia, with a trip to Lake Titicaca and the Isla del Sol. Lake Titicaca is the biggest lake in South America and at 3000m above sea level, the highest in the world.

 

 

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Winter Afternoon St Mary le Strand


Painted with the Brass Monkeys in the Strand, London. There is not much light filtering down to street level between the high buildings which gives a dusky effect all day.

 

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The Belfry, Bruges


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Morning Light, Bruges


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Calm Evening


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Reflections


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Piazza under Aqua Alta


I was so fortunate to be in the right place at the right time to sketch the rising waters in the Piazza San Marco during a small unscheduled Aqua Alta. In the end it only rose to within a few feet of my easel and I went around the corner to complete another study in the Piazzetta.

 

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