Plein-Air Watercolor Painting Workshop with Linda Warner Constantino

Plein-Air Watercolor Painting Workshop

Spannocchia is not just a place but offers a true Tuscan cultural experience you will want to savor. This watercolor painting workshop is meant to enhance your watercolor skills while also capturing your stay at this inspiring organic farm that overlooks the rolling Italian countryside. There are engaging views in every direction and after a day of painting you will enjoy delicious, home-style Italian meals in a relaxing atmosphere.

I have found watercolor to be both a sketching and painting medium and because of this, basic drawing skills are requirement for this class, though it is open to all watercolor skill levels. Daily plein-air sessions will take place around Spannocchia and in the Museo studio. There will be daily demonstrations focusing on both how to see and compose landscapes and employ concepts of color, form, value, and other techniques that are useful to successful landscape painting. Individual and group feedback will be offered.

I have also scheduled a one-day field trip to one or two nearby locations.

Fee includes: tuition, accommodations, 3 meals per day, group transportation to and from Florence Airport and Spannocchia and field trip. See website for all details.


Deposit: $500 Due by April 30, 2024



$2600- Double Occupancy

$2850 – Single Occupancy

$2000 – Non-Painting Partner (based on double occupancy)

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Sep 03 - 10 2024


$2600- Double Occupancy $2850 - Single Occupancy $2000 - Non-Painting Partner (based on double occupancy)


Tenuta di Spannocchia, Chiusdino, Siena, Italy

Program Coordinator

Linda Warner Constantino
Linda Warner Constantino

Linda Warner Constantino is an artist, designer and was a professor of Illustration at Savannah College of Art and Design for almost 20 years where she taught Illustrating the Edible, Watercolor for the Illustrator, and Illustration for Surface Design. Her enduring artistic passion is painting watercolors.In 2010,she was awarded a SCAD Presidential Fellowshipto paint in Italy for a month and has taught watercolor workshops at Spannocchia four times over the past 10 years.

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