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Weeks are filling for my Paint Sedona plein air painting workshops in Sedona. For the 2013/2014 season, I have many weeks available. Many of these are for intermediate to advanced painters, but I have a few "all level" weeks as well. I have added a few special topic weeks, such as Hiking to Paint, Exploring the Verde Valley and Large-Format Painting. These are always fun and really spice up the season.
If you've not taken one of my Paint Sedona workshops before, you are in for a treat. Sedona lies at the base of the Mogollon Rim, just 30 miles south of Flagstaff, Arizona, in the middle of Red Rock Country. Although Sedona gets a fair number of tourists - the enticements are hot air balloon rides, jeep tours, wilderness hiking, vortex-seeking and, of course, fine art - we always seek out quiet, beautiful spots. Many of our painting locations feature red rock vistas, intimate creek scenes, woods of sycamore and cottonwood and much more. My workshops are small - typically no more than four students - so there's plenty of time for personal attention. Because the workshops are only half-days (we stop at 1), you can spend the rest of the day exploring. Visit some of the fine art galleries, relax in a spa, enjoy a meal at some of the wonderful restaurants - or, if you are so inclined, paint more!
For more information and to sign up, visit www.PaintSedona.com. This season, workshops start October 29 and continue through April 11.
Remember: Winter is coming.