Martin Campos Workshop
Painting in Provence, France
May 11-19, 2022
Arsenio Martin Campos, painter and fine arts instructor is again leading a workshop painting the landscape and figure in Provence. As an instructor at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts in Philadelphia, Fleisher Art Memorial, the Washington Studio School and the Wayne Art Center, Martin is a highly-regarded teacher and artist. Mr. Campos experience includes workshops in South Africa, New Zealand, Dublin, Spain, many cities in the US and in 2019 with us in France.
Learn how to quickly capture the landscape "en plein air" as well as his masterful techniques with the figure.
Paint in medieval hilltop villages of the Luberon, well known from the "Year in Provence" books, and enjoy our amazing century old villa located between Lacoste and Bonnieux. To see this amazing place click on the villa button or the Lacoste buttons below to see more of the area where you will be staying and visiting. Enjoy a private wine tasting and tour, and experience the joie-de-vivre of the local markets. We provide all transportation from the moment you land in France through your entire tour. This will be our 15th year organizing tours in this area, so relax and focus on your art in a magical place that artists have always found inspiring. Capture the pink sunsets, the intense colors and the magical light of Provence with this masterful artist and amazing instructor!
Tour price: $2,995 based on double occupancy.
Workshop includes: 8 nights lodging in private home/villa, all transport (including Marseille airport and Avignon train stations transfers), breakfast daily, plus lunch or dinner daily, all sightseeing fees and art instruction. *International airfare is not included. A limit of 10 artists guarantees maximum time with your instructor. Tours fill quickly. To reserve your spot in the workshop, just click on button below to fill out and send in the registration form. For questions please write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Thanks to Andrew from SCAD Lacoste
for this awesome video!