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Robert O'Brien Re-Visits Lot, SW France

Farmhouse, Menargues - Robert O’Brien, leading American water-colourist

Light and Textures – a Watercolour Workshop - Lot, S.W. France

Workshop: Latitude Cultural Center, la Toulzanie, Cajarc, June 19-26, 2010

Robert O’Brien AWS NWS will be returning to Latitude for his third workshop — Painting the Light and Textures of Southwest France — in the beautiful Lot Valley. Students will paint, en plein air, the idyllic countryside with its many rivers, chateaux and tranquil villages. Robert will demonstrate and guide each student through the painting process at various locales in the area.

For more information: Visit Roberts website: www.robertjobrien.com

For information on the Lattitudes Watercolour Workshop: contact Barbara Phillips at Barbara@latitude.org, website: www.latitude.org Or phone: 0510 525-8436.

According to his website Mr O’Brien has travelled annually to Southern France since 1998 where “the region’s sun-splashed landscape and timeless quality of light has added a new dimension to his paintings”.

Also - Correze Watercolour Demonstration, 27th June 2010
After the workshop the artist will give a free 3-hour watercolour demonstration, simultaneously translated into French, at the home of Irina Ohl — La Verdier, Tudeils 19120 — in the Correze on June 27 at 1400. Aperitifs will be served. Contributions welcome to defray expenses. The demo and other works will be on sale.

Call 05-55-91-2649 or email Irina Ohl at Irina.Ohl@wanadoo.fr, for directions and information.
 

Correze Watercolour Demonstration
27th June 2010

 


Story: Ken Pottinger
editorial@french-news-online.com

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