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Painting in Watercolour with David Birch at the Cotswold House Hotel,Chipping Campden

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Painting in Watercolour Workshop with David Birch at the Cotswold House Hotel, Chipping Campden on Tuesday 19th June 2012.
A very special day with the acclaimed painter and printmaker David Birch. David is one of the Cotswold’s most respected artists, his work has been collected worldwide and he has exhibited nationally at venues including The Royal Academy of Arts in London, The Royal Society of Painter-Etchers and Engravers, The Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolour and The Royal Watercolour Society.

He will give you fresh ideas for your work and help you develop your skills, with the opportunity to paint in the hotel gardens and around the village of Chipping Campden (weather permitting). Designed for intermediate and experienced painters. Please bring your own equipment.
Time: 9.30 – 3pm
Tickets: £95 including a coffee on arrival, two-course lunch and tea.

Cotswold House, this luxury Hotel and Spa in the heart of Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire, is one of the most beautiful hotels in the Cotswolds. Experience tranquillity, sublime comfort, exceptional food and a stunning Spa.

The unique contemporary style makes it one of the most admired boutique hotels in the Cotswolds.

Cotswold House Hotel and Spa

The Square
Chipping Campden
Gloucestershire
GL55 6AN
Telephone: 01386 840330

www.cotswoldhouse.com

Source: Midas PR

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