Stone and Sky – Painting workshop with David Skinner
Many years ago, as an undergraduate studying fine art at the University of California at Santa Barbara, I spent a semester in Europe as part of a study abroad program that focused on art. Twenty students along with two professors took over a pensione in Florence for a month, immersing ourselves in the art and culture of the Rennaisance. It was a life-changing trip and the beginning of my love of all things Italian. So it is with great excitement that I am returning to Tuscany—this time as a teacher—for my inaugural Stone and Sky Workshop in Italy. I’ve had tremendous success with the workshops I’ve taught in Ireland and in my home studio of Asheville, NC, and I know that the Italian workshop will be equally fulfilling. — David Skinner
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