San Miguel de Allende, Mexico: 5-Day Drawing Workshop (June 5-9, 2017)


  • The Rosewood San Miguel de Allende 11 Nemesio Diez San Miguel de Allende, Gto., 37700 Mexico

San Miguel de Allende is the perfect place to experience the art and culture abundant in Mexico’s streets and plazas, all while learning to draw far better than you have ever imagined!  Brian Bomeisler, son of Betty Edwards (author of the international best-seller, Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain®), will be your Master Instructor for 5 intense days of hands-on, personal instruction.  In the Workshop, you will learn all the skills needed to draw beautifully any perceived object, person, or place.  At the same time, you can also explore the exquisitely picturesque town of San Miguel, with its luminous, color-drenched Colonial architecture and celebrated artistic environment.

There are still spaces available for this exclusive workshop!  The cost is US$1,600. Click here to REGISTER FOR A WORKSHOP.  With questions, please email Sandy Manning at workshops@drawright.com or call (888) 372-9101.  

The Workshop will be held at the splendid hotel, the Rosewood San Miguel de Allende.  Contact them at +52 415 152 9700 for discounted accommodations—just mention Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain.  

Join us in Mexico from June 5 to 9, and unleash your creativity!

 

The natural surroundings as well as the tranquility and the safety it provides its inhabitants are just some of San Miguel's attractions for visitors from around the world.  High in the cool hills, this colonial gem of cobblestone streets and picturesque churches inspires artists with its color, character, and light.  Founded in 1542, San Miguel de Allende is a mix of Hispanic and Mesoamerican influences.  Baroque, neoclassical, and neogothic are seen in San Miguel’s buildings, notably at the pink stone 18th-century church on the Plaza Principal.

The natural surroundings as well as the tranquility and the safety it provides its inhabitants are just some of San Miguel's attractions for visitors from around the world.  High in the cool hills, this colonial gem of cobblestone streets and picturesque churches inspires artists with its color, character, and light.  Founded in 1542, San Miguel de Allende is a mix of Hispanic and Mesoamerican influences.  Baroque, neoclassical, and neogothic are seen in San Miguel’s buildings, notably at the pink stone 18th-century church on the Plaza Principal.