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Learn to paint in Marrakech

Listed under Arts, Crafts & Cookery in Marrakech, Morocco.

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Delicate watercolours inspired by cool, green fields and cloud-scattered skies are all very well, but how about something more exotic to fuel your artistic passions?

Morocco offers a whole new palette of visual inspirations. Awesomely beautiful sunsets, endless stretches of sand, the nomads of the Sahara and the Red City itself, with its souk, ancient fort, rosy-coloured buildings and ornate mosques. Wherever you look, there is something to suit your style, from open scenes of untamed nature to twisting streets full of food stalls, dancers, spice shops, textile stands and jewellers.

Testing your painting abilities in a less familiar environment is always exciting, and a week's painting course in Marrakech allows you to generate new ideas and experiment with techniques under expert tutelage, and to stimulate your imagination through the exploration of a fascinating, varied environment. As part of your painting adventure, you will be able to watch demonstrations and learn about the country and culture you have come to observe, as well as receive first-hand instruction and guidance on how to make the most of your skills, at whatever level they may be.

Alternatively bring your own equipment and stare out into the hills on your own. 

Written by  larapiegeler.

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