I have to trust Google Translate for the French portion of the title, so please forgive me if it doesn't sound completely French :) Now, what it's all about. A few weeks ago, a lady contacted me asking about the watercolor batik process that I used to make my French Windows painting. She was intrigued by the end result and, of course, by the labor-intensive process. So much so that she asked me if I would fancy running a workshop teaching this technique. In France! It turns out that she organizes and runs "painting holidays" at her part 12th-century monastery, part 18th-century farmhouse home in Bandouille, France.
I would very much like to run a painting holiday! As a matter of fact, I will learn French for this opportunity :) Now, if I can only find people to come and spend their vacation in France while taking a workshop from me, we're good to go! Check out France Painting Holiday and let me know if it's something you would like to do. Meanwhile, I want to create some videos on the watercolor batik technique to get you even more excited ;).
I think a Yupo workshop would be fun, too.