"Camp Painting"      30x40 oil      by Jim Noble

WHAT TO EXPECT

The setting is at the foot of the LaPlata Mountains, at an elevation of about 7500 feet. The camp is quiet, away from City sounds with a great view of the mountains, wildflowers and trees, with beaver ponds and a mountain stream nearby.; the kind of place you always thought you would like to relax, paint or photograph for a week. The area Jim Noble has been painting, sculpting and photographing for the past thirty years.

"Exquisite Food!".... meals you will talk about until your next art camp"

THE MEALS will be of a quality and variety that you will never stop talking about. We have an excitement and appreciation for excellent food that runs a very close second to our love of art and the outdoors.

Each morning meal will begin with a selection of fresh fruit, cereals, rolls, croissants and hot items such as breakfast casseroles, eggs, stuffed French toast, cowboy biscuits and gravy and always a variety of beverages including fresh ground coffee.

Lunch will include a variety of sandwiches and hot homemade soups with salads and fresh fruit. A selection of both hot and cold beverages will be provided, and brownies, cookies and other goodies are always a must at ART CAMP.. Unlimited snacks and drinks will be available throughout the day.

Dinner will be served family style with a very special entrée and lots of fresh vegetables, homemade breads and a choice of desserts and beverages. Wine will be served with dinner.

Appetizers and wine will be served before dinner!

THE NIGHTS. . . away from the City lights and the noises that accompany them you will spend five wonderful evenings dining on superb food and discussing the day’s lessons and the techniques taught by your instructor. Imagine sitting by the campfire under the stars and exchanging ideas and thoughts about art, photography and what the next day will bring.

SLEEPING AND ACCOMMODATIONS – You will enjoy spacious tent cabins that will sleep up to four people in real beds with sheets, pillows and warm blankets. Each tent cabin will be heated for those cool mountain mornings. Each student will have a table/night stand and a clothes rack in a space that has a curtain to afford some privacy. Couples will have a private tent cabin and students who wish to room together can indicate this on their application – up to four per tent cabin.

NOW BOOKING FOR 2002!

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970-769-0297


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