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G.V. du Noyer Deluxe I.G.A. Geological Painting Weekend: 9-11th February 2018
February 9 - February 11
Workshop Leader: our fantastic artist is Shevaun Doherty
Shevaun Doherty is a botanical artist, natural history illustrator and art tutor living in Dublin. She’s very inspired by the natural world and enjoys the quiet meditation that painting from nature brings. She paints from life, usually plants and seeds that she has collected on her travels, but the occasional bug or feather gets painted too. She loves the challenge of trying to capture all the tiny details and colours. Shevaun paints the things that capture her interest. Sometimes it’s the beauty of an object that draws her, but often her art begins with an interesting story. The challenge then is how to reveal the hidden beauty. Teaching helps her share her passion.
Venue: our amazing venue is Longueville House, near Mallow, Co. Cork.
There will be two half-day sessions of watercolour painting with Shevaun. An excursion to visit the beautiful George Victor du Noyer Exhibition at Crawford Gallery, Cork (40 mins by car) during the weekend will further inspire participants.
Cost of participation on the geological painting course is €80 per person. The course is limited to 14 IGA Members on a first come first served basis. Payment of course fee secures a place.
To make the most of this very special experience, there is a group rate offer to stay at the sumptuous Longueville House during the IGA Painting Workshop Weekend (Fri 9th & Sat 10th February).
- Two night stay with dinner Saturday evening: €235 per person sharing
- Two night stay with dinner Saturday evening: €345 single occupancy
Dinner, lunches and lounge menu are all available on site (details on the Longueville House website).
The plan is for as many participants as possible to have dinner together on Saturday evening (€55 per person for non-residents).
Please liaise and book for this workshop and Longueville House accommodation with Maria at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 087 3644645.
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