One picture, they say (whoever they may be), is worth a thousand words, and certainly this picture of Diane Ohnemus, a guest on Pamme Turner’s painting week, says more than many paragraphs could do about the joys of creative concentration while painting in the Watermill walled garden. Your cares slip away and all you have to do is focus on capturing on paper the beauty of your surroundings. Relax and perhaps listen out for the bell for lunch or aperitivi under the vine verandah…
Pamme Turner will be with us again next year. Details of her course are below. To make sure of your spot, now is the time to reserve your place.
24 – 31 August 2024
Capturing the moment in watercolours and gouache
To learn more, please visit our 2024 Courses review page
And don’t forget, if you book now, you can enjoy Pamme’s 2024 course, and any other of our creative courses, at 2023 prices. To learn more, please visit our 2024 Courses review page
And remember that you will be Cool and Green at the Watermill: all our bedrooms and public rooms are air-conditioned, powered by our hidden array of photovoltaic cells, which make us self-sufficient in electricity. We’ve already saved more than 35 tons of carbon emissions from conventional power stations. Not only that, we’ve set up toa scheme to remove this year from the most polluted parts of our oceans plastic waste equivalent to some 40,000 plastic bottles. This means our creative course guests will be ‘plastic neutral’ during their stay with us. You can learn all about it by clicking here
‘Save the planet’ and enjoy inspirational teaching, warm hospitality, delicious food and wine, spectacular locations and, of course, the convivial company of like-minded people.
That’s enough words, here’s another picture:
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