This Mother’s Day…Shine Like The Favorite Child You Are
Isn’t it time you showed mom just what a great job she did in raising you–by giving her the BEST Mother’s Day ever? Treat your mom to a Painting in the Vineyard event and secure your place as her favorite 😉 This year you have two events to choose from over the weekend. On Saturday, May 13th we will be at Brander and on Sunday, May 14 we will paint at Sunstone (with an optional lunch available afterward). With choices like that there is no way to strike out. You provide the gift and we will provide a memorable day.
Not able to make a Mother’s day weekend painting? Why not plan for another event we have planned…not only for mom but anybody you love and want to make feel special. We have gift cards available and will be offering five more weekend painting in the vineyard opportunities before we head to Italy for the month of June! May 20th we will be setting up our easels at Ca’Del Grevino. Over the long Memorial Day weekend we will be offering 3 painting in the vineyard experiences! You can catch us Saturday, May 27 at Rideau and then on Sunday and Monday at the beautiful Lincourt Winery. And our last event before Italy will be June 3 at Roblar.
If you have been allured and in contemplation about joining us in Italy next month, now is the time to make that dream a reality! Or if you REALLY want to treat mom… 😉 hehe. But, really, we have space for a small group to join for the first week of our Italian Art Retreat in the Tuscan hillside and only 2 spots remain for the second week! We are so excited to further get to know our participants and from what we have learned from them thus far, both weeks are shaping up to be an amazing time–the only thing missing is YOU! Sign up today, and reserve your spot. We will help you reserve your plane ticket, find the right transportation to our Villa and arrange to pick you up at the train station with a glass of rose waiting for you. Join us in discovering your bliss!
Love + Art,
“The world is a book and those who do not travel read only a page.”