promoted by International Artist Magazine and Travelrite
April 3 - 15 2018:- South Western Australia
Lyn Mellady and Julie Goldspink
Margaret River and surrounds, Pemberton, Cape Leeuwin, Rottnest Island
Possibly the most picturesque and diverse regions of Australia, we will paint the crystal clear azure waters of Rottnest Island, Jagged cliffs and rocky shores of the SW coastline, the majestic ocean swells and river outlets. We will visit Margaret River vineyards in full colour, enjoy the fine food (and wine) sample local food, crafts and galleries. We will paint the Karri forest visit the incredible caves and paint the light house guardian where two oceans meet. Daily painting sessions, frequent demonstrations, personal help and appraisals will expand your art experience and help you bring home wonderful visual memories of the trip.
Two expert tutors, allow you to work in your prefered medium or change at will. You do not have to choose in advance. Both are there to help you gain the most from your travelling art holiday. Bring your watercolours or pastels or both, plus a travel sketch book and camera. You are ready for everything. You will be able to paint, sketch and photograph 'til you run out of light or simply watch the demonstrations and enjoy the company, food and holiday.
Travel Rite and The International and Australian Artists magazine offer this tour for artists. Partners are welcome.
About Your Tutors: Lyn Mellady – artist, best known for her sea and landscapes in pastel and oil, trained
teacher, tutor to many artists on the eastern coast, 5x paintings in government collections, member of Fusionsix portrait artists, art judge and ex AGRA president who established the Australian Art Excellence Awards with the support of Terri Dodd and Australian Artist in 2000.
Julie Goldspink – artist, travels frequently to workshops Australia wide. Tutoring in watercolour and mixed media, with extensive knowledge in most mediums. She loves to paint land, rivers, sea or flowers – wherever the light falls. Featured on Graeme Stevenson’s Put Some Colour in Your Life. Her most recent article was published in the Australian Artist Magazine in Dec 2017.