Artbreaks at Sampsons Farm
Sarah Bell is a practising artist and illustrator, and a qualified art tutor with many years experience. Her fresh, contemporary watercolours can be found in private collections in Europe and the US, and her painting and workshops have been featured on ITV's Arts and Crafts, and Country Lives series. The TV producer enjoyed filming so much that she booked for a workshop herself! A bright and enthusiastic tutor, Sarah believes that with the right tuition anyone can be taught to paint and draw.
Workshops take place in the Studio set within the courtyard of Sampsons Farm Hotel and Restaurant, a charming medieval thatched former farmhouse in the tiny hamlet of Preston, near Newton Abbot. Chickens and ducks scratch around in the paddock, and the River Teign winds lazily through the meadows just down the lane. A haven of tranquillity, yet less than fifteen minutes drive from both Exeter and Torquay. Sarah’s vibrant, contemporary watercolours hang in all the public and private rooms here. Click here for details of Watercolour courses, and for the gallery of Sarah’s paintings. Dates are listed below.
Watercolour Workshop booking and pricesAs ever, prices are:
book one day: £65
book two days: save £20 and pay £110
book three days: save £35 and pay £160
Prices include all materials, two course lunch, teas and coffees (but not accommodation or other meals)
Gift vouchers should be paid for in full in advance, otherwise, a £25 deposit is required for each day booked.
IF YOU'D LIKE TO BOOK A COURSE HERE'S WHAT TO DO:
Email sarah on email@example.com or call her on 07866 415111 to enquire about vacancies on your chosen day/s and make a provisional booking
and for more info on the courses click on this link to the website: Sarah Bell's Watercolour Workshop Website
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