Art Week – Painting Holiday Scotland
A different way to discover Scotland – book a summer art course in Scotland
“Just to thank you for a great week: I left feeling encouraged, inspired and relaxed. I’m looking forward doing another course soon.” Joy Hardy
Treat yourself to a week of art and enjoy drawing and painting in a relaxed, creative atmosphere in our country studio near Glasgow. During the summer art course artist and art lecturer Ewen Duncan will work with complete beginners to experienced artists. Days include drawing & painting with various mediums – the choice is yours.
What we offer during the summer art course:
- all materials are provided
- high level of personal attention
- main drawing & painting techniques covered
- practical tips and advice
- freedom to develop own style
- friendly relaxed atmosphere
- spacious bright studio
- teaching artist Ewen Duncan
- max 12 people
You will have many opportunities to exchange your experience with like-minded creative people and learn how to draw or paint landscapes, portraits and more.
At our art short break we will provide you with lunch, refreshments and all materials. Just bring yourself and we take care of everything else so you can enjoy your art retreat. Weather permitting, some painting and drawing work might take place outside at the nearby river or on Ballochruin Farm.
We are happy to help with finding accommodation. For partners or family members who do not want to attend the painting week the nearby Loch Lomond National Park has also many attractions on offer and there are a variety of additional activities close-by to choose from (golf, fishing, horse riding, walking, mountain biking) to name just a few.
Ewen has basic knowledge of French and German. His wife Claudia who is German will welcome German tourist attending the art holidays and is happy to help with translating or other communication support – a Scottish painting holiday you won’t forget.
Summer Art Week
Monday to Friday – £395 including lunch, refreshments and materials (art week only – the accommodation needs to be booked separately).
Don’t take our word for it – check out feedback from last years art week on our TripAdvisor page
Summer art course – a different way to experience Scotland!