Art is 4 Every 1

Have you always wanted to LEARN to paint? Or want to get back to painting and need a kick start? Join us on a weekend retreat or workshop for ALL levels of ability. Learn a special easy way to paint! NO art experience is needed!

Learning to paint does not have to be the frustrating experience that many beginners have found in some traditional art classes.

For 25 years Art is 4 Every1 has been helping people to quickly have the satisfaction of completing an amazing painting on their first canvas. The unique Art is 4 Every1 method used for teaching acrylic painting was developed by founder Elaine Griffith during the 25 years she taught at nursing homes, chronic care facilities, senior centers and camps for kids.

By breaking the process down into small steps and explaining each step while working with students one on one, they quickly learn the concepts. As students begin understanding the process and gain confidence with their first completed painting, another artist is born!

Though magic for beginners, even experienced painters will enjoy this unique method as it makes it possible to complete a painting faster and make changes more easily. This Art is 4 Every1 method is like no other painting method and is perfect for everyone!

The Art Retreats are held in beautiful locations that will inspire you and provide plenty to see and do in your time off. Class starts at 9:30 and one-on-one instruction is from 10 AM-12 NOON and 1-3 PM on both Saturday and Sunday. Students will chose a subject that interests them and then the steps are laid out for a successful painting. Photos of local scenes will be available in the studio along with other photo subjects to work from. All art supplies, as well as all lunches, are provided in the cost.

The retreat here at the Inn on September 29-30 is now SOLD OUT!  Elaine and I are discussing retreats for 2013.  If you have any interest in attending a retreat, please contact us.

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