Summer 2014 Norfolk

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Summer 2014 Norfolk In July, 2014, acclaimed Santa Barbara artist Jeremy Harper will lead an exclusive group of 7-10 artists on a week-long painting adventure in beautiful, historic Norfolk, England. Incredible country scenes, sea-scapes, rivers, grand estates, town-scapes, and brooding … Continued

Landscape Painting Journey to England

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Landscape Painting Journey to England, July 2014 Instruction by Jeremy Harper   In July, 2014, we will be heading for the Northeastern section of England for painting instruction with Jeremy Harper, acclaimed plein-aire landscape artist from Santa Barbara, California. We … Continued

The Norfolk coast

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The Norfolk coast – Along this varied coast there are several picturesque fishing villages and boating waterways where artists will find inspiration in the images of boats, sea, and sky. It is rugged, populated by numerous birds and abundant wildlife, … Continued

The Norfolk Broads

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The Norfolk Broads – These are an interconnected network of rivers, lakes, canals, and waterways. This area is popular with sailors, boaters, and artists. You will discover the Norfolk Wherry, a special kind of sailing boat built to deliver cargo … Continued

Our residence for the week

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The Lodge We will be staying at The Lodge, in Saxlingham Thorpe near Norwich. It is an impressive manor house that stands proudly on three and a half acres of beautifully landscaped land divided into formal gardens and lawns. Elegantly … Continued

Norwich Cathedral

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Norwich Cathedral -Constructed in amazing Gothic design and proportions, dates from 1090, and has many fascinating and beautiful architectural details. The arched cloisters surround a lush lawn with a classic labyrinth, where one may walk and meditate.

Blickling Hall

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Blickling Hall – A National Trust property near Aylsham, Blickling is the former home of Sir John Fastolf, and later, Anne Boleyn. Dating from the 1400’s, remodeled in the 1600’s,  it is surrounded by formal gardens, stables, and its own … Continued