Painting and Drawing in Provence with Louise Freshman Brown

Radius workshop is pleased to present Louise Freshman Brown teaching a Provence Drawing and Painting Workshop in the Luberon! The last two years have been phenomenal and we cannot wait to get back. Our house, Le Sautaire, is gorgeous. The participants made the most of it, capturing the splendid colors and perspectives seen from our backyard and the medieval Perche Villages of the region. The flavorful culinary bounty of the area is overwhelming. Fred’s creative interpretations of the fresh local produce, meats and seafood capture all the glorious tastes the local markets have to offer. Join us in Provence for an intensive workshop and unwind by dining outdoors and taking in all the sights, sounds and flavors of Provence!

  • When: May 28-June 4, 2011
  • Where: Le Sautaire, Grambois, France
  • Price: $
Painting and Drawing in Provence with Louise Freshman Brown
Painting and Drawing in Provence with Louise Freshman Brown
Painting and Drawing in Provence with Louise Freshman Brown

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Painting and Drawing in Provence with Louise Freshman Brown

Professor Louise Freshman Brown

Louise, a painter and mixed medium artist, has had work featured in museum exhibitions and galleries throughout the United States and Europe. Her solo exhibitions include; Piirto Gallery, Helsinki, Finland, Everson Museum, Syracuse, NY, The Jacksonville Museum of Contemporary Art, Jacksonville, FL, The Deland Museum of Art, DeLand, FL, and Monique Goldstrom Gallery, NYC.

Louise has also been in many group exhibitions including Galleria Vetro & Arte, Venice, Italy, Edsvik Konsthall, Sollentuna, Sweden, Jane Haslem Gallery, Washington, DC, Women’s Art Cooperative, Van Nuys, CA, The William Whipple Art Gallery, Marshall, MN, New York Academy of Art, NYC, Boca Raton Museum of Art, FL, Montgomery College, Rockville, MD, Barbara Gillman Gallery, Miami, FL, Park Plaza Castle, Boston, MA, Childs Gallery, NYC.

Louise received a B.F.A in painting and M.F.A. in painting/printmaking from Syracuse University. She is a professor of art at The University of North Florida, Jacksonville, FL where she has been recognized for excellence in teaching and scholarship. In 2005 she received the Outstanding Faculty Scholarship Award and the Distinguished Professor Award in 2007.

Painting and Drawing in Provence with Louise Freshman Brown

Frederick Brown

Fred, a Florida-based chef, with over 15 years of experience, has honed his craft working in New York City, Helsinki, Finland and Italy. He has taught cooking classes and worked in the production of food and wine events for Bon Appétite Magazine in cities across the USA.

His broad knowledge of food, coupled with his culinary skills combine to create memorable dining experiences informed by the local culture. He believes in using regionally grown products and produce assuring the freshest of ingredients. Fred will showcase his talents producing regionally influenced dinner fare to be enjoyed outdoors while being complimented by local wines and exceptional views of the French landscape.

Painting and Drawing in Provence with Louise Freshman Brown

Location

Le Sautaire , where we will be staying, is a meticulously restored traditional Provencal farmhouse nestled at the foot of Grambois . A one acre, beautiful, lush, mature garden surrounds the home with impressive views of its own twenty acre vineyard in the peaceful valley below. Terraces wrapping the estate offer expansive views of Mt. St. Victoire and the Luberon.

Enjoy the afternoons basking in the sun by the pool or relaxing in a comfortable chair under the shade of the terrace. The house is within walking distance of Grambois, a 'village perche' with a boulangerie, quaint market and cafe-bar. It is situated in the Luberon National Park in the midst of an area of charming chateaux, medieval villages, Provencal markets and many cultural activities. Le Sautaire is close to Aix-en-Provence and Avignon, 45 minutes from Marseille airport, and 35 minutes from Aix TGV station.

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