Painting in Suffolk - Constable Country
Jamie Sugg Watercolour & Acrylics Painting Holiday 21th-28th September 2019.
Course Price for painter for the week: £1320
Including all accommodation, breakfasts and dinner and all tuition.
Price for non-painter residential sharing a room with partner or friend: £800
Including all accommodation, breakfasts and dinner.
Day Rate non-residential: £115 - Contact us to let us know which days you would like to join us on.
Central location point for collection - Colchester Railway Station, or for guests driving in please contact us for directions to the hotel.
Our travels will take us to the coastal and estuary towns of Aldeburgh and Woodbridge, the beautifully quaint riverside hamlet of Pin Mill; the world famous views of Flatford Mill and Willy Lott’s House and the Dedham Vale, and an opportunity to admire the views of and enjoy the attractions at Snape Maltings, a world-class centre for music and the arts.
For resident guests we will be staying at a delightful hotel. All private rooms with en-suite. Easy travelling to all the locations
Breakfast and all dinners included in the price. We not eat at the hotel every night as will find local restaurants during the week.
Saturday 7th September: Arrive at hotel for the evening, meet and greet, dinner and socializing.
Sunday 8th September:
Travel to Snape Maltings.
Watercolour demonstration painting in the morning followed by teaching/painting the views across the marshes or the building complex. Lunch in Granary Tea Shop at Snape Maltings. After lunch finish off our paintings and look around the galleries and shops in the complex. Dinner at hotel.
Monday 9th September:
Travel to Flatford Mill - National Trust Property. Possible Guided Tour of Constable scenes is available on the day from a NT guide).
Acrylics demonstration painting of the view of Willy Lott’s House in the morning, followed teaching/painting the same scene. Lunch in the National Trust Café (light lunches available). Afternoon spent painting the view of Flatford Mill from the mill pond.
Tuesday 10th September:
Travel to the hamlet of Pin Mill.
Watercolour painting demonstration of the quayside, historic boats and pub, followed by teaching/painting of the view. Lunch at the Butt & Oyster Inn - booking essential. After lunch continue painting the same view or if finished a short walk along the riverside. Dinner at hotel.
Wednesday 11th September:
Travel to Aldeburgh.
Acrylic demonstration of fishing boats on the beach & beach huts in the morning, followed by teaching/painting. Lunch in one of the many (over 12) cafes and pubs in town centre. Afternoon teaching/painting street scene of pretty colourful cottage/streets or a beach view from the south of the town. Dinner at hotel.
Thursday 12th September:
Travel to Lavenham.
Watercolour demonstration of either the Market Place & Guildhall or the High Street (vice versa after lunch) followed by teaching/painting. Lunch in one of the many pubs or cafes. Afternoon teaching and painting the opposite of the morning. Dinner at Hotel.
Friday 13th September:
Travel to Woodbridge.
Acrylic demonstration of the quayside view & Tide Mill, followed by teaching/painting. Lunch in one of the many cafes, pubs or restaurants in town centre (short walk). Afternoon walk along coastal path to paint the estuary view back towards Woodbridge or out to sea. Dinner at hotel.
Saturday 14th September: Morning critique at the hotel of our work from the week. Check-out.
Jamie Sugg Watercolour & Acrylics Suffolk/Essex Painting Holiday
Date: 21st-28th September 2019.
Place: Suffolk UK
Painter Course price: £1320
Non Painting partner: £800
Day Rate: £115
Duration: Seven days
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Gallery of photographs
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