Make New Friends
With artists and locals
Sights. Color. Fragrance. Ah, Provence.
Experience all that is Provence
The Rhône Valley
Tasting Côtes du Rhône Wines
Painting experiences from the Luberon hills to the Mediterranean
Welcome to Workshops in France where wonderful opportunities await. You are invited to paint, sketch and enjoy your visit while getting to know other artists in a beautiful French château. We’ll introduce you to Provence over 10 days of artistic immersion in the idyllic South of France. We are your guides to a distraction-free experience making great art, while enjoying the natural beauty and bounty of Provence.
We have an exclusive offer for subscribers of FASO. Use the code SPRING200 to get $200 off any workshop.
5 premiere workshops and retreats in 2017
Carol Marine, daily painting pioneer and author. 10 days. May 11 – 20 – sold out with – waitlist
Poppy Season Retreat, Chateau at Aix-en -Provence. 10 days. May 28 – June 6
Scottish Art Retreat, Argyll and cultural tour – 2 weeks – June 17 – 30 – sold out with – waitlist
Chateau Art Retreat near Aix-En-Provence. 10 days. September 6 – 15
Romel De La Torre & Timothy C. Tyler both teaching – Figures in France. 11 days. Sep 20 – 30, 2017
Upcoming Workshop Retreats: Uninstructed
Upcoming Workshop Retreats: Artist-Instructed
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The trip was an artistic journey, so well coordinated all the artists had to do was create. It was a trip of a lifetime for me; from painting in the field with the horses to the warm welcome of the farmhouse lights in the evening after a day of painting. If you take a workshop with Workshops In France you will be in excellent hands. The leaders listen to each person and magically knows how to make every artist comfortable so they can create to their full potential and beyond. I look forward to the day when we can travel again and paint each day dawn till dark.
It’s the light, it’s the ambiance of it all, it’s the people, it’s the food, it’s the wine, it’s … LA FRANCE!
What is memorable is the care and attention to most details, the excellent fellow painters, food and enjoyment of environment and companionship of other artists.
Larry and I have not stopped talking about our trip with you last September. As you know he is a musician and art appreciator, not an artist himself. It was nice to hear him practice flute on our lazy afternoons at the castle. Thank you Julie. We will join you again.
The place that was picked for us to stay was wonderful. For me the most memorable thing was the village where we painted, but a close second was the bond between the artists that was created, allowing us to make friends for life during the trip.
Thank you for making this experience a memorable testimony to my artistic growth. What better way to spend time during the summer painting in France the heart of Impressionism.