An Artist’s Retreat with Anna Rhodes – Carmel by the Sea (April 2017)

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An Artists’ Retreat with Anna Rhodes
www.anartistsretreat.com
Recommended in “O” The Oprah Magazine

April 23-28, 2017
Sunday through Friday
Exploring Beauty Through Painting and Drawing
Inspired by ‘the painters of light’ Monet, Manet, Turner, Cezanne, Van Gogh
Discover the infinite possibilities, versatility, lusciousness, and ease of creating with the finest pigments, pencils, panels and papers.

In this six day concentrated art course, designed to encourage instinctive confident creativity, you will have the opportunity to experience drawing, painting, composing, layering and manipulating the finest array of paints, pigments, pencils and papers in unique and exciting ways.

The emphasis on personalized instruction, the freedom to follow your individual artistic path and the building of knowledge and skill within a creative community, define the foundation of this retreat. Daily demonstrations, individual and group dialogue, videos and inspiring resources are a part of each day.

Fees for An Artists’ Retreat include:
Six Day Artists’ Course
Individual and class instruction,
Artists’ materials: a wide array is included and a supply list will be sent upon registration.
Spacious studio, including easels
Portfolio of course information
Films of artist’s lives and lending library of art books

Tuition for An Artists’ Course:
Tuition fee: $1550 with $125 studio supply fee
$450 non-refundable deposit due upon registration.
Balance is due before March 10th, 2017.

Accommodations are Paid Separately

Accommodations Package at Cypress Inn includes:
Guest Room (room choice is on a first-come basis)
Daily breakfast at inn
Daily lunch buffet in studio
Daily beverage service in studio
Welcome reception Sunday evening
Celebration dinner party Thursday evening
Tax, gratuities and delivery fees

$2,464 Single Occupancy
$1,407 Per Person Double Occupancy
*Contact inn for deposit and cancellation policies.
*Cancellation and trip insurance may be obtained at Allianz Travel Insurance.

For additional accommodation information please contact:

Cypress Inn
www.Cypress-Inn.com
ph 831.624.3871 | Email

The Vagabond’s House
www.VagabondsHouseInn.com
831.624.7738 | Email

ABOUT THE ARTISTS’ RETREAT INSTRUCTOR
— ANNA RHODES
Anna Rhodes, BFA, MA, has studied, taught and created art in extraordinary settings throughout the world. Her background is a fascinating collage of classical training, the deeply felt influences of the Renaissance, the Impressionists, the Bauhaus Movement and a creative passion grown from spending the 60’s in New York, the 70’s and 80’s in San Francisco and a lifetime traveling internationally.

805 Magazine, October 2015: Uncovering the Inner Artist in Carmel
Read about Anna Rhodes and An Artists’ Retreat in 805 Magazine.

For additional information, you may contact Anna Rhodes: visit her website at www.anartistsretreat.com or call at (206) 328 1788

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Carmel and Beyond

One of the best ways to see Carmel is on foot. You will discover over 60 hidden courtyards where many specialty shops and cafes are found. You will also find the special charms of Carmel-by-the-Sea as you discover secret pathways, award-winning gardens, and enchanting fairy tale cottages ... the homes, haunts, and history of famous artists, writers, and movie stars. Stroll along the white-sand beach. Or picnic on the bluff tops over looking Carmel Beach and the Pebble Beach golf courses and coastline.

Within 15 minutes, visit Monterey with the famed Monterey Bay Aquarium, Fisherman’s Wharf, Cannery Row as well as many other places of interest. Pebble Beach and 17-Mile Drive are within minutes. While there, meander to Pacific Grove, referred to “America’s last home town.” For a slightly longer trip, sunny Carmel Valley is a treat with ranches and orchards and the Carmel Valley Village with unique shops and restaurants. An hour will take you to Big Sur, which locals often refer to as “a state of mind”. Be prepared for a lovely day and incredible views.

Shopping and Dining
Find a variety of lovely shops, boutiques and visit Carmel Plaza for an exceptional experience. A mile trip to either the Barnyard Shopping Center or Crossroads Shopping Center where you can find unique shops and restaurants should also be on your agenda. A variety of wonderful restaurants await your choice. We are also happy to recommend our favorites.

An Artist Town ... Culture in Carmel
Carmel’s primary social and cultural facilities are the Sunset Community and Cultural Center, the Harrison Memorial Library, the Golden Bough Playhouse and the Outdoor Forest Theatre.