There's a community of passionate, creative souls looking to connect, and the art retreat is where is happens. In Destination Creativity, Ricë Freeman-Zachery brings the life-altering journey of the art retreat from venues all across the country straight into your hands and the comfort of your favorite chair.
Maybe you've heard about the many different places you can go to take art workshops from a variety of talented artistic instructors, but you haven't been sure which retreat experience is right for you. Ricë has done your homework! From Port Townsend, Washington's Artfest to Hampton, Virginia's Art & Soul, from rural Wisconsin to the strip of Las Vegas, from beads to quilts to painting with your hands, she has the inside scoop for you in Destination Creativity and a first-hand account of nine inspiring art retreats.
- Take five workshops right alongside Ricë with step-by-step instruction and a glimpse into the actual classroom experience.
- Hear from a variety of attendeescreative types just like youwhat it is that drew them to attend their chosen event and be inspired by their life-changing stories.
- See what the retreats actually look like with plenty of atmospheric photos taken by Ricë's favorite sidekick, Earl Zachery.
- Discover ideas for hosting creative get-togethers in your own hometown including naming your retreat, picking a venue and planning meals.
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About the Author
Ricë Freeman-Zachery is a freelance writer with two books published by North Light: Living the Creative Life and Creative Time and Space. She is the primary voice behind CreateMixedMedia.com, and her articles, featuring the works of artists across the globe, appear regularly in numerous magazines including all of Stampington's publications, Cloth Paper Scissors, and more. She herself is a mixed-media artist and her passion is for art-to-wear. She also has two books published with Quarry: Stamp Artistry (2003) and New Techniques for Wearable Art (2004). Ric? lives in Midland, TX.