WHERE YOU PAINT IT MATTERS!
June 6 – 13, 2019
Your watercolor instructor: Vladislav Yeliseyev
Space is limited to 12 participants
Artists dream vacation – explore and paint Dubrovnik Riviera!
Be inspired by narrow limestone streets and unique baroque buildings, the endless shimmer of the Adriatic and interplay of light on the old stone buildings, mountain and valley, green hills and naked stones, fishing boats and majestic courtyards. There is something magical about the combination of the colors green and blue you will see around you, together they are so relaxing to the eye, so natural and so inspiring!
The stories of more than a thousand years of the history of Dubrovnik are reflected in every part of the city and the region.
Our itinerary will include painting and exploring Old Town Dubrovnik, fresh food market, local folklore, sparkling marinas, evergreen gardens and much more! A tour of the world’s second most frequented open-air museum will definitely take your breath away. The fantastic views will inspire you to paint and to take photographs, and the sights that you will capture will continue to amaze you over and over again!
Registration is open to painters and non-painting partners.
Regular Fee: $3390 (based on double occupancy)
Single room supplement: $400
Non-painting partner discount: $300
Full payment due: March 6, 2019
We accept checks, credit cards (3.5% PayPal processing fee will be charged), bank transfers. If interested, please call or email us to receive more information.
To see places we are going to visit and paint, watch this video https://youtu.be/LCXGDL9cF8M
1. Transfer from Dubrovnik airport to the hotel
2. Transfer to Dubrovnik Airport
3. Welcome reception/dinner
4. Lodging – 7 nights at the hotel
5. All breakfasts, 4 lunches and 4 dinners (alcohol is not included)
6. All painting instructions
7. Transportation to the painting and cultural sites
What’s not included? Airfare, tips, insurance and site/museum admissions
Questions? Contact us for more information:
Phone: (941) 330-6865
All photos were taken in June 2018.