Why not create the perfect Art Break in Norfolk for yourself?
Choose and book a long weekend with one of the nearby B&B's, hotels or Country Inns. Come over on the Friday, enjoy the art course on Saturday and Sunday and then stay on for some extra days to explore and enjoy the wonderful 'Waveney Valley' along the border of Suffolk and Norfolk.
Consider a visit to nearby seaside Aldeburgh with its art galleries and Snape Concert venue, or there's Southwold and its famous Pier or the fine city of Norwich or the old Suffolk towns of Bungay or Beccles with galleries, theatre, castle and tea shops or the Norfolk Broads or..... maybe you should stay for a week or two!
See the 'Art Courses' page for full details.
Nicola Slattery RBA has taught painting and printmaking on many art holidays in England and France including for the prestigious Marlborough College Summer School and other quality clients.
If you have a suitable venue for a painting group of around eight to ten particpants and would like to discuss a possible future project please do get in touch.
Studio Phone Contact:
UK: 01986 788853
+44 1986 788853
calls welcome any day
9am - 9pm UK time
Studio visits are always welcome but please try and ring the day before if possible to make sure it's open - or take a chance - you will probably find the studio open between 10am and 5pm most days including weekends. But if making a special journey please call to make sure.
Weekend Art Courses
Phone: 01986 788853
Art Courses - Fantastic
The new purpose built art Studio - Gallery opened in spring 2018. It's located down a quiet rural lane surrounded by fields, meadows and ponds. It's the perfect location for a creative weekend art course.
This lovely south Norfolk venue has many excellent B&B's and other interesting places to stay nearby. Norfolk is well known for being dry and warm from Spring through to Autumn with big skies and glorious sunsets. Ideal for a weekend art break or stay a bit longer and explore the area.
Book now for a weekend art course in November.
The weekend art courses still have a few places - Please book soon.
Due to demand an extra "Painting with Acrylics" weekend art course has been arranged for the 14th & 15th November. Places are limited to just five and are available but please book as soon as possible.
Accommodation nearby ranges from farmhouse B&B's to traditional Country Inns. There is even a "shepherds hut" for hire just up the road from the art courses venue. South Norfolk is always worth a visit all year round with many lovely walks and interesting places to visit.
See a list of local weekend art courses accommodation below on the right.
Find out more telephone: 01986 788853
Beginners are always welcome on any of the art courses. Small group teaching of no more than ten particpants enables each person to be taught and supported as an individual and not "lost" in a crowd.
If you want to learn to paint with acrylics, develop your painting and art from imagination or to discover printmaking then one of these weekend art courses is just what you need! Expect to have fun, to enjoy yourself and to learn and develop new approaches to art.
Call 01986 788853 to learn more.
Studio visits are always welcome but if travelling any distance please ring half a day or so in advance to make sure it will be open.
Tel: 01986 788853
If you are interested in any art work currently with a gallery please contact the gallery directly.
The art galleries are friendly and helpful and often reserve a work for a few days without obligation until you can view or make your decision. Don't worry - there is no "hard sell" from any of the art galleries Nicola Slattery exhibits with - just friendly expert advice from knowledgable professionals with a passion for art.
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