The Art School – Olhao, Portugal – http://www.artinthealgarve.com – (3)
This is a lovely post. I enjoyed reading of their adventure in painting, and viewing these people’s new art! 🙂
I enjoy working with groups where all levels of ability are present…including those that have never painted before.
I like to begin as if none of us know anything, which leaves the door open to re-awaken the inborn curiosity within each of us.
Just as their are no lines around the olive tree in the courtyard, which is changing and evolving all the time, it is the same with the creative process.
Making art encompasses much more than the act of putting paint onto paper or canvas. It is a state of mind – a way of being – an observing of the world around us and seeing it in a myriad of different ways.
Looking down into the courtyard from one of the upper levels….taking in all the beautiful shapes, colours, shade and light…..
Rather than encourage people to paint like me, my goal is to offer
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