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Sketching and painting vacation in San Miguel de Allende Summer 2015

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One Month treat ! Perfect for teachers looking for a relaxing vacation! We still have space in our Summer Art Special in San Miguel de Allende. 4 weeks you can dedicate to the artist within! Beginners to advance are all welcomed to develop and enhance drawing and painting skills or to focus on getting inspired, define personal style, retreat into a fantastic source or creative inspiration that is San Miguel de Allende. Week one sketching Week two Plein air Week tree Painting from reference Week four personal expression Each week can also be personalized according to your skills and interests. Most materials are provided ( acrylics, brushes, palette knives, paper canvas board) Must bring sketchbook, sharpies, pencils, watercolor. OPTIONAL but recommended: sunhat, sunglasses, camera/I pad. If your focus is on watercolor please also bring a watercolor cold press pad. Interested in oil painting, please bring oils, brushes, palette knive

Color, paint, fun, sunshine at Cristi Fer Art Studio, January 2015

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Just a peek at what some workshop participants were creating at Crsti Fer Art Studio, last week. Notice the sunshine and beautiful weather of San Miguel de Allende in January 2015. Join us for a day, a week or a month of painting!

Learn to paint from a photograph, 2 days workshop!

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New Painting Workshop in San Miguel de Allende! No Experience needed! Easy and Fun! Learn to paint from a photograph, 2 days workshop. Wednesday and Thursday 9 AM to 12:30 PM What to bring:  - a photo reference printed or your IPod.  - lots of enthusiasm By the end of the 2 nd day you’ll have a finish painting and learn step by step techniques to apply to any photo of your choice. Cost $140

Announcing our Summer Special in Ajijic Inner Rejuvenation workshop and must know facts about the village

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No better place to get in touch with your inner Muse and let your creative battery be recharged then in charming, quint, fishing village of Ajijic. Even tho an  attraction for thousands or Canadian and American retirees, Ajijic has a unspoiled sweet and whimsical charm. I was surprised to see horses using part of dried up beach as pasture, dance lessons in the park Sunday evening, an over all friendly and welcoming hospitality atmosphere from the locals. We discovered an amazing place to eat, the Chile Verde kitchen. family owned, the mother cooks with the fresh produces of the day and the sun and doughtier serve at the 3 tables and deliver all over Ajijic. Chile Verde Kitchen, Hidalgo 8 corner with Colon About the workshop feel free to print our flyer and share it with friends! Ajijic is an amazing place even during the Summer. We have heard about the rainy season, and we were concerned about it. But the fact is it rains mainly  at night or in the evenings.  The days a