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Art holidays in Cornwall

There are lots of businesses offering art holidays in Cornwall, here are just a few that you might like to investigate.

 

Newlyn School of Art

An exciting art school offering holiday art courses in painting, drawing, printmaking and stone carving of 1 to 4 days in length taught by many of the best known artists working in Cornwall today including Neil Pinkett, Jason Walker, Jessica Cooper, Paul Wadsworth, Maggie O’Brien and many others.

 

Aggie Arts

Aggie Arts offers on demand arts, crafts, and foodie workshops and holidays on the stunning Cornish coast. Based in a UNESCO world heritage centre, St Agnes (‘Aggie’), near Truro, Cornwall, Aggie Arts taps in to the hidden talents of the crafty Cornish coast. Perfect for interest groups, hen parties, corporate teams or just for a wonderful break away. We offer a wide variety of workshops and courses: cornish pasty making, Bunting, dressmaking, wine tasting, millinery, painting, drawing, felting, jewellery making, and photography are just some of the workshops you can choose from.

 

Painting Holidays in Crantock

Staying at the Fairbank Hotel, enjoy 3 days of painting around Crantock’s fantastic coastline.Personal tuition in sketching and painting ‘Plein Air’ in pastels and oil paint with artist/tutor Jojo Blacksmith. Develop skills in landscape painting including colour mixing, using brushes/palette knives, sketching and composition. Conservatory/studio space, with sea views available in bad weather.Materials/equipment provided. £510 for 3 day/4 night stay with bed, breakfast and evening meals. For more info/to book, please contact the tutor.

 

Plein Air Printmaking Holidays

This Plein Air experience of mobile printmaking will take you out into the wilds of West Cornwall. This printmaking experience is suitable for beginners and specialists alike. Providing you with unspolt landscapes from Mounts Bay over the moors to St Ives, Sennen and as far as Land’s End.