Our studio for 3 days, amongst the boulders and pines. It was lovely, Idyllwild Arts is such a fabulous retreat venue!
a few people kept working on their paintings after class and brought finished paintings the next day.
This entry was posted on Sunday, July 24th, 2011 at 12:00 PM. It is filed under student work and tagged with Idyllwild Arts, student work, workshops.
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Wow! What a great classroom facility and what wonderful work by your students! But having taken one of your classes I know you are a good teacher so it’s no surprise they made beautiful work.
What a beautiful place!!
What a beautiful place for a retreat and perfect for art quilting, inspiration.
This looks like it was such a fun class!
yeah! it’s a wonderful place, isn’t it? And hey Noel Marin! hope she told you she’s a wonderful friend and student of mine.Looks like a fabulous class with great results!
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