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Knitting and Painting courses at the watermill in Tuscany, Italy

Preparing the watermill in Italy for your visit
The old roof tiles,
which we'll put back

We’ve been working through the winter on new ways to make the Watermill even more special for our guests. The ‘building boys’ are steaming ahead with replacing the roof in the 19th century mill overlooking the river. They’ve got the roof beam, joists and rafters up, and the first layer of waterproof covering. Now we’re going to put on thick insulation, before installing photovoltaic panels on the side of the roof facing the river (the south side) and replacing the old tiles on the rest of the roof.

Artemisia Gentileschi
A self-portrait
by Artemisia Gentileschi,
painted in 1638/9

We are well on, too, in creating an en suite bathroom for what was the bedroom set aside for our tutors and their partners. It’s going to look cracking, with new French windows overlooking the river, and a small balcony.

Lois has insisted that the new bedroom will be named after a woman artist, so this is now the Gentileschi bedroom in honour of Artemisia Gentileschi, who worked in Florence in the first half of the 17th century. She was famous for her paintings of strong women: We can’t think why Lois chose her!

Watermill new dining chairs
one of the new
elegant dining chairs

In the communal dining room, we’ve commissioned Karsten Müller, a skilled carpenter, as well as our friend and manager, to create a large dining table around which up to 18 people can sit and we’ve ordered some elegant covered dining chairs to place around it. We think it’s going to look splendid and meet with the approval of our sophisticated guests.

We'd love you to join us, but if you want to do so, now is the time to reserve your place. We’ve never had so many early bookings for Watermill creative courses: as we go to press more than 230 people have already signed up for 2019. Since we only have capacity for 250 or so guests on our creative courses, we are pretty full already. If you’d like to join us, please have a look at the availability details on all our courses below. If there is a course you particularly want to come on and it’s already full, please let us know anyway. There are often cancellations and will put you on a waiting list and tell you immediately if a space comes up.

In this month’s newsletter there are stories on:

  • why the Watermill is ideal for the single traveller
  • Mike reaches his hundredth
  • how we oldies took selfies
  • cities, landscapes, people: all captured by Varvara’s brush
  • a scriptwriting success story
  • Debbie’s stunning blankets
  • do you know your sugo from your salsa?

Happy reading...

The picture top left shows a vibrant blanket by Watermill tutor Debbie Abrahams, while to the right is the last picture produced by Mike Willdridge in his 100 paintings in 100 days challenge. The pictures below (left) are of a charming and amusing painting called Gossip by Watermill tutor Varvara Neiman, while to the right one of our students, Tessa Coates, on a scriptwriting course led by Laurence Marks and Maurice Gran seeks inspiration in the mountains near the mill.

Painting by Varvara and the mountain view

Come to the watermill in Tuscany with your partner or friend
Let’s dance our way to the Watermill

Bring a partner: there’s plenty for them to do

Why not bring your friend or partner? They don’t have to participate in the course, but they will be able to enjoy the wonderful hospitality of the mill and, whenever they want, to come out with you to our beautiful locations. We also offer a range of Alternative activities for partners on all our courses, as well as a generous £GBP 250 discount if they share a room with you.

The Watermill’s a safe haven, ideal for single travellers

Painting at the watermill in Italy

What do you do for holidays when the children have grown up and, perhaps, you are left on your own? You really don’t want to sit around on the beach all day and you don’t look forward to lonely evening meals in the hotel dining room reading a book. And what about your fellow holiday makers? Are you going to get on with them? Will you find anyone with shared interests and enthusiasms?

For thousands of people the answer to this problem is a residential creative holiday. You join a group of like-minded people and you know from the moment you arrive you’ll have something to talk about.

Painting group at the watermill in Tuscany

And for younger people, too, a creative holiday can provide an inspiring and relaxing break from their busy, demanding lives. You deserve a rest, but don’t fancy hectic sightseeing or that boring beach. And what fun to find a new way to express yourself, a fresh enthusiasm. As well as painting, we run inspiring creative writing courses, convivial knitting weeks and a specially designed Italian language course.

Don't take our word for it! Among the many comments from single travellers about the painting holidays at the watermill, one of our guests says: “This was my first holiday travelling alone and what a wonderful place to start. Everything was so well organised from the very beginning. My room was so clean and comfortable with everything supplied, I was made to feel at ease which before I arrived was a bit of a concern because of being on my own but in the event, I can only describe it as one big house party!”

Writing at the mill

Another says: “I've enjoyed more than a dozen painting holidays at the Watermill and I cannot praise the whole experience too highly. For a single person this is an ideal form of holiday - the groups of like-minded aspiring artists are always very enjoyable company."

And a third adds: “Coming from Australia I took a huge risk choosing the Watermill...I had no yardstick... and this was to be my trip of a lifetime! I was not disappointed. From my first moment of being collected at Pisa I was in the best possible hands. The Watermill is in a fairy-tale setting in Northern Tuscany. Accommodation and meals are superb; there are trips away almost every day to local painting destinations, with meals at local restaurants. Tutors are inspirational and I met other artists of many nationalities in the group.”

Bringing your partner or friend will double your pleasure, and there’s plenty for them to do while you are enjoying your painting, creative writing, knitting or Italian language course. We offer a range of Alternative activities for partners, as well as a generous £250 discount if they share a room with you.

Mike reaches his hundredth

Mike Willdridge's 100th 2018 painting

Many congratulations to Mike Willdridge, who at the end of last year successfully completed his self-imposed challenge of creating 100 paintings in 100 days. That’s Painting Number 100 to the right.

Mike told us: “100 days ago I set out on a Journey Towards Abstraction, making one painting a day for 100 days.Time now to sit back and try and make sense of what has been an experience of highs and lows. At times it has felt like treading through treacle and, at other times, paintings and ideas just slipped out as easy as pie. In this, my final painting, I’ve tried to convey my sense of ‘relief’ and ‘joy’– because that’s how I’m feeling!”

The painting is in acrylic, gouache and gold leaf and it is appropriately entitled The End. You can see Picture Number 100 at the Watermill: we liked it so much, we bought it and it will be hanging in pride of place here. All in all, the Watermill has purchased five of Mike’s milestones on his road towards abstraction. Here (below ) is another: Picture Number 5.

Painting No 5 by Mike Willdridge

Come and see the pictures and meet the artist, too: Mike will be with us in June for another of his famous watercolour, sketching and drawing courses.

You don’t have to go abstract to enjoy Mike’s course: he paints realistic landscapes and loves sketching around the Watermill and in the glorious Tuscan scenery beyond it. He is also a wonderful teacher.

Mike will be with us from Saturday 29 June to Saturday 6 July 2019 for a week teaching in watercolour and drawing (also gouache and acrylics). We already have nine bookings for his course, so we have room for two or three more painters and their non-painting partners, if they would like to come.

Mike Willdridge

Mike Willdridge works in a wide range of media and is an enthusiastic and energetic tutor, encouraging his students to be bold and to take chances.

His classes are always light-hearted and fun, with the ‘teaching’ tailored to individual needs. He will concentrate on watercolours, but is also happy to help with gouache and acrylics too.

Painting by Mike Willdridge

A comment from a guest on one of Mike’s previous courses at The Watermill: “A wonderful holiday. You were such generous and friendly hosts and Mike was an excellent painting tutor.” Another said: “The food was exceptional and the mill itself is great, in such a beautiful setting. A truly wonderful week in every respect.”

Here (right) is another of my favourite Mike Willdridge pictures, an exuberant watercolour of the mill stream flowing beneath one of our gardener Flavio Terenzoni’s famous wooden bridges, with their curvy handrails.

How we took selfies in the old days!

Old Selfie

Our Facebook friend and Watermill guest last year, Nancy Kimzey Anderson, recently posted the picture right to try to persuade her younger friends that this was the way we oldies used to take selfies. I wonder if they believed her! Talking of phones, I thought I might share with you part of a blog post I did some time back about telephones and the Italians. By the way, just in case you didn’t recognise her, the woman (below) on the phone is the immortal Sophia Loren.

Sophia Loren on the phone
I’m ready. Where is Bill?

If you’ve ever heard an Italian answering the phone, you may have been mildly surprised to hear that the first thing most of them say is Pronto. That means ‘Ready’ or ‘I’m ready’. But why do they say this instead of ‘Hello’ or even just giving their number?

A Pronto call in Italy
It’s for you!

The answer goes back to the early days of the telephone, when to make calls across Italy one had to go through an operator. You’d call him or her and give the number, then hang up. In due course your phone would ring and the operator would say: “Are to ready to accept a call to (the number)?” And of course, you would reply: Pronto. ‘Ready.’ Somehow that response has stuck in the Italian telephonic psyche, so even in these days of instant mobile communication just about anywhere in the country (or the world) they still say Pronto when answering a call.

Watermill in Tuscany's Painting NewsPAINTING NEWS

Tutor of the month: Varvara Neiman. Cities, landscapes, people...

A couple of cancellations mean that we now have a few more places available on Varvara Neiman’s wonderful painting holiday at the Watermill this year – and we’d love to welcome you here. To whet your appetite I have made a little slideshow of some of Varvara’s exciting paintings and if you’d like to see it, all you have to do is to click HERE. The pictures below are both included in the slideshow

Paintings by Varvara Neiman

You, too, can capture the vibrancy of Tuscan life, as well as painting in the unspoiled rural scenery of Lunigiana, which surrounds the Watermill, when Varvara returns for another painting course next year. Varvara, who tutors in water-based oils, acrylics and watercolour, will be here again from Saturday 31 August to Saturday 7 September 2019. More details and links below. As well as plein air painting, Varvara specialises in portraiture and moving figures in watercolour and she is also famous for her cityscapes, capturing fleeting moments.

Varvara Neiman

Varvara Neiman, who lives in Buckinghamshire, England, was born into an artistic family in St. Petersburg, Russia, where art and teaching were professions passed on from generation to generation. Her work combines classical discipline with a modern imagination. She is enthusiastic about painting en plein air and passionate about Cezanne’s famous quote: “Painting from nature is not copying the object; it is realizing one’s sensation”.

Varvara has been a popular and inspiring teacher for many years. She is skilled in oils, acrylics and watercolours and will teach in any of those mediums. (Water-based oils for easier transportation.) During her course there will be group demonstrations as well as one-to-one guidance. Varvara likes to create a friendly atmosphere in the group, encouraging students to share their experiences.

Here are a couple of comments from Varvara’s previous students: “I have been coming to classes with Varvara for almost 10 years and she never ceases to amaze me both with her artistic knowledge and range of techniques.“ And: "Not only is she excellent teacher she is also good artist... there is no-one better to teach you”.

Our enticing 2019 painting holidays

As you will see below, we still have spaces on many of our inspiring painting courses next year. Some of our tutors, however, are already fully booked. If you would particularly like to come on one of those courses, please let us know and we will put you on the waiting list. There are often cancellations. On the other hand, to be sure of a place on a Watermill painting course, why not choose one of our other inspiring tutors where there are still places?

Here’s the 2019 painting team .....

Paul Talbot-Greaves

Paul Talbot-Greaves
27 April to 4 May 2019 - fully booked, waiting list open
To learn more about Paul and his course at the mill, please visit his 2019 Profile Page.

Keiko Tanabe

Keiko Tanabe
18 - 25 May 2019 - fully booked, waiting list open
To learn more about Keiko and her course at the mill, please visit her 2019 Profile Page.

Sandra Strohschein

Sandra Strohschein
1 - 8 June 2019 - fully booked, waiting list open
8 - 15 June 2019
- fully booked, waiting list open
To learn more about Sandra and her course at the mill, please visit her 2019 Profile Page.

Vicki Norman

Vicki Norman
22 - 29 June 2019 - fully booked, waiting list open
Oils en plein air
To learn more about Vicki and her course at the mill, please see our 2019 Courses Preview page.

Mike Willdridge

Mike Willdridge
29 June - 6 July 2019 - still two or three places
Watercolours and drawing (also gouache and acrylics with an emphasis on sketching and drawing on location)
To learn more about Mike and his course at the mill, please visit his 2019 Profile Page.

Sue Ford

Sue Ford
13 - 20 July 2019 - still two or three places
Watercolours, pastels, collage and mixed media plus acrylics
To learn more about Sue and her course at the mill, please visit her 2019 Profile Page.

Jude Scott

Jude Scott
17 - 24 August 2019 - still four or five places
24 - 31 August 2019
- still one place
Watercolours (plus acrylics and oils)
To learn more about Jude and her course at the mill, please visit her 2019 Profile Page.

Varvara Neiman

Varvara Neiman
31 August - 7 September 2019 - still four or five places
Water-based oils, acrylics and watercolours
To learn more about Varvara and her course at the mill, please visit her 2019 Profile Page.

Claire Warner

Claire Warner
14 - 21 September 2019 - still one place
Watercolours, oils and acrylics
To learn more about Claire and her course at the mill, please visit her 2019 Profile Page.

Maggie Renner Hellmann

Maggie Renner Hellmann
21 - 28 September 2019 - fully booked, waiting list open
Courageous Color Workshop' in oils, acrylics, pastels and watercolors
To learn more about Maggie and her course at the mill, please visit her 2019 Profile Page.

Charles Sluga

Charles Sluga
28 September - 5 October 2019 - fully booked, waiting list open
Watercolours, acrylics and oils
To learn more about Charles and his course at the mill, please visit his 2019 Profile Page.

Tim Wilmot

Tim Wilmot
5 - 12 October 2019 - still one place
To learn more about Tim and his course at the mill, please visit his 2019 Profile Page.

David Taylor

David Taylor
12 - 19 October 2019 - still three or four places
To learn more about David and his course at the mill, please visit his 2019 Profile Page.

Summer Resident Tutor - Sandra Strohschein
Our Summer painter in residence,
Sandra Strohschein

Come and join us and enjoy the magic at the mill!

*** Why not bring your non-painting partner as well?

There’s a generous £250 discount for him/her if they share a room with you - and there’s plenty for them to do. Have a look at our Partner’s Activities Page for suggestions.

Use the 2019 painting programme link below to view the list of our inspiring 2019 painting tutors.

Watermill in Italy's Knitting NewsKNITTING NEWS

Due to cancellations: three places left on Debbie Abrahams’ amazing knitting course

Knitted blanket by Debbie Abrahams

Three people have had to pull out of Debbie Abrahams‘ exciting knitting week at the Watermill, so now is your chance to grab a place on this new knitting venture of ours. Debbie will be joining us from Saturday 25 May 2019 to Saturday 1 June 2019. There are more details and links below.

Debbie Abrahams

Debbie has been designing and teaching handknitted textiles for more than 20 years and is a specialist in the field of colour work and beading. Throughout her entire career she has worked alongside renowned handknit company Rowan Yarns, both as a Designer and a Design Consultant for the brand. She has tutored workshops across the UK, Europe and USA.

Debbie is best known for her Mystery Blanket and Cushion Clubs which have been become a global success with more than 1,000 knitters from all over the world signed up to her annual projects. “Blanket squares are the perfect vehicle for my designing, giving me the freedom to explore colour, texture and embellishment within a set number of stitches and rows for each block – it’s just pure adventure!”

Knitting projects by Debbie Abrahams

On her 2019 Watermill course Debbie will be working on a specially designed project, incorporating several different knitting techniques, including intarsia, knitting with beads, surface embroidery and textured stitches. Use the link in the Knitting line-up below to learn more about Debbie and her week at the Watermill.

Our exciting knitting holidays: the 2019 line-up

Sarah Hazell

Sarah Hazell
4 - 11 May 2019 - still three or four places
Knitting and La Dolce Vita
To learn more about Sarah and her knitting week at the mill, please visit her 2019 Profile Page.

Debbie Abrahams

Debbie Abrahams
25 May - 1 June 2019 - still three or four places
Knitting and La Dolce Vita
To learn more about Debbie and her knitting week at the mill, please visit her 2019 Profile Page.

Marie Wallin

Marie Wallin
6 - 13 July 2019 - fully booked, waiting list open
Knitting and La Dolce Vita
To learn more about Marie and her knitting week at the mill, please visit her 2019 Profile Page.

Knitting group at the watermill in Italy

Don't forget your partner!

And don’t forget that your friend or partner doesn’t need to participate in the creative course, whether it’s painting, language, writing or yoga.

We offer them a range of Alternative activities for partners on all our 2019 courses, as well as a generous £GBP 250 discount if they share a room with you.

Creative writing News at the watermill in ItalyCREATIVE WRITING NEWS

A scriptwriting success story

Tessa Coates

Our congratulations to Tessa Coates, who is currently writing a pilot comedy show for the ABC television network in America. She is being tipped by the trade papers over there as ‘the discovery of the 2018 - 2019 development season'’.

Tessa, who was one of our students on a Scriptwriting course at the Watermill, gained the prestigious ABC contract after wowing a Hollywood audience with her one-woman show, called Primates, inspired by her college degree in anthropology. Tessa tells me that she attributes much of her success to the support and advice of Laurence Marks and Maurice Gran, the ‘comedy writing legends’ who run the Watermill scriptwriting course.

Tessa says:“I had the most fantastic week at the Watermill, the food, location and sheer hospitality are second to none and you could not ask to be better looked after. To sit under the vines and learn from Living Legends is an opportunity that does not come round very often. They truly are not only two of the best writers around, but enormously generous with their knowledge. I’m incredibly lucky to say I now write comedy for a living, and I do that in no small part because of the support and wisdom from Laurence and Maurice.”

Tessa amoungst the vines at the watermill in Tuscany
Tessa and another student listen to
words of wisdom on the vine verandah

Tessa describes herself as a ‘writer, performer, freelance journalist, enthusiastic teller of anecdotes that may or may not have happened’. She was one-third of the sketch group Massive Dad and performed Primates, her debut solo show, at the 2017 Edinburgh Fringe Festival, followed by a run at the Soho Theatre in London early 2018. Last June, ahead of the 2018-19 US TV development season, Tessa flew in to Los Angeles to perform her show at the Lyric Theatre and Improv Lab and, thanks to wildfire word-of-mouth, the later performances of the show were a sell-out and Tessa found herself performing to a room full of Hollywood executives. It all led to her being commissioned to writing the pilot for ABC. Again, our many congratulations to Tessa. We shall be watching her progress with interest and admiration.

If your ambition is to become a successful scriptwriter like Tessa, you could do no better than to attend Laurence and Maurice’s inspiring Scriptwriting course at the Watermill this September.

Laurence Marks and Maurice Gran

Laurence Marks and Maurice Gran are famous for such TV hits as Birds of a Feather, Goodnight Sweetheart, The New Statesman, and Shine on Harvey Moon. And in a new incarnation, they’ve written hit stage musicals, such as Dreamboats and Petticoats and Save the Last Dance for Me, as well as film scripts and award-winning stage, TV and radio plays. It’s not just comedy: Marks and Gran are producing serious dramatic works as well.

Tessa amoungst the mountains at the watermill in Tuscany
Tessa in full Sound of Music mode
in the mountains near the Watermill

Laurence and Maurice’s week-long course will show you how to craft your work from your original idea through structure, character, plot and finally, script.They will lead you slowly through what makes classic television comedy, using one-to-one tutorials, team writing sessions, and most enlightening of all, studying films and TV series that have become ‘classics’.

They cannot guarantee success, of course, but they promise that you will leave the Watermill a considerably better scriptwriter than when you arrived. You can find more details and links in the creative writing courses availability section below.

Our enriching 2019 Writing courses

Jo Parfitt

Jo Parfitt
15 – 22 June 2019 - fully booked, waiting list open
Write Your Life Stories
To learn more about Jo and her course at the mill, please visit her 2019 Profile Page.

Laurence Marks and Maurice Gran

Laurence Marks and Maurice Gran
7 - 14 September 2019 - still plenty of places
To learn more about Laurence and Maurice and to register an interest in their course at the mill, please visit their 2019 Profile Page.



Do you know your sugo from your salsa? Tomato ketchup it ain't!

Dinning at the watermill in Tuscany
Our guests prepare to enjoy delicious
Italian food the Watermill dining room

This month we are combining two wonderful gifts that the Italians have given to our Western civilisation: their cooking and their language. The piece below is based on an article that Bill wrote for the English-language newspaper in Florence, called, not unsurprisingly, The Florentine:

Browsing through that quintessential Italian cookery book, La scienza in cucina e l'arte di mangiar bene, (Science in the Kitchen and the Art of Eating Well), I was struck by the difficulties there can be in translation. Tomato sauce, for starters. It can be translated as sugo or salsa, but there’s a world of difference between them.

Pellegrino Artusi

I don’t know if you have ever seen the book, but it is wonderful, full of recipes from all over Italy and written in an amusing and quirky style by the delightfully eccentric retired landowner and businessman Pellegrino Artusi. Like many of his class in the late 19th Century, Artusi embraced progress and his book, published in 1891, can be truly regarded as scientific, since every recipe is tried and tested. Artusi lived alone in his house in the Piazza d’Azeglio in Florence, with a butler and a Tuscan cook, who undoubtedly made the dishes while his master watched and tasted. (I’m sure the butler did, too.)

As well as classic recipes from all over Italy, L'arte di mangiar bene also had profound cultural significance: it was written in Italian rather than any local dialect and was the first to bring together recipes from all the various regions, so it helped to make the citizens of the new Kingdom of Italy feel part of a united nation. And it was not written for professional chefs, but for middle-class housewives and the servants who helped them cook family meals.

Above all, the tone is friendly and reassuring, full of straightforward practical advice – and humorous comments. I particularly like Artusi’s note on apple strudel: “Do not be alarmed if this dessert looks like some ugly creature such as a giant leech or a shapeless snake after you cook it, you will like the way it tastes.”

I am reading an excellent English edition* and one can easily see, however, what might be lost in translation. An early recipe is for sugo di pomodoro, which can be described as ‘tomato sauce’, but which should not be confused with salsa di pomodoro, a more complex concoction, but which may also be translated into English as ‘tomato sauce’.Sugo (*Science in the Kitchen and the Art of Eating Well by Pellegrino Artusi, translated by Murtha Baca and Stephen Sartarelli, University of Toronto Press. 2003.)

Pellegrino insists: “Sugo must be simple and therefore composed of cooked, puréed tomatoes. At the most you can add a few chunks of celery or some parsley or basil leaves, when you think these flavours will suit your needs.”


As for salsa di Pomodoro, first you must prepare a battuto, a flavour-base of raw or chopped ingredients, using a quarter of an onion, clove of garlic, a finger-length stalk of celery, a few basil leaves and “a sufficient amount of parsley.” Season with a little olive oil, salt and pepper, mash seven or eight tomatoes and put everything in a saucepan on the stove, stirring continuously. “Once you see the sauce thickening to the consistency of runny cream, pass it through a sieve and it is ready to use.”

Pellegrino being Pellegrino, this essential recipe is accompanied by a humorous anecdote: “There once was a priest in Romagna who stuck his nose into everything and busy-bodied his way into families, trying to interfere in every domestic matter. Still, he was an honest fellow, and since more good than ill came of his zeal, people let him carry on in his usual style. But a popular wit dubbed him Don Pomodoro since tomatoes are also ubiquitous. And therefore, it is very helpful to know how to make a good tomato sauce.”

It certainly is, and now you know, thanks to Pellegrino Artusi.

Our Italian Language course at the Watermill would help you tell your sugo from your salsa, but we’re sorry to have to tell you that currently it is fully booked. There may, however, be cancellations and if you’re keen to come, please let us know and we’ll put you on the waiting list.

Our engaging 2019 language course

Francesca la Sala

Langues services and Francesca la Sala
11 - 18 May 2019 - fully booked, waiting list open
Italian language
To learn more about Francesca and her course at the mill, please click here.

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Don’t forget that everything is included in the cost of a painting holiday, knitting, or language holiday: tuition, accommodation (including all linen and towels), pre-dinner aperitifs, all meals and local transportation (including transfers to Pisa airport; an excursion by train to visit the ancient walled city of Lucca or the stunning seaside villages of the Cinque Terre).

All you have to do is to get to Pisa airport and we do the rest.

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Thank you for reading the watermill in Italy's newsletterTHANK YOU

We very much look forward to welcoming you to the mill and, for those of you who have already tasted the many delights at The Watermill at Posara, we look forward to welcoming you back.

Your hosts at the watermill, Italy

With very best wishes a tutti

Your hosts at the watermill in Tuscany

Lois and Bill Breckon