San Miguel de Allende, Mexico – Wrap Up!

Photo courtesy of Bill

Photo courtesy of Bill

One week ago, we enjoyed our Final Critique. It’s an informal exhibition of our work from our time in Mexico. Each participant selects three or four pieces that had some personal meaning. It could be a favorite, a piece from which the artist learned a lot or one from a special place. It’s a great way to summarize and reflect upon our time together.

In addition to that, Bill (upper left) set up his tripod and took a fabulous group shot of all of the artists and our supportive non-painting friends and partners.

I’d like to thank everyone in our 2014 group and all of those who followed my posts. Also, Reyna and her entire team at the Posada de la Aldea. Muchas gracias! One more thank you goes to our unsung travel agent, Jim Nikiforos of Marlin Travel.

In alphabetical order, here are the artists with their selections!

Carolyn

Carolyn

Evelyn

Evelyn

George

George

Lynne

Lynne

Marie

Marie

Nancy

Nancy

Nila

Nila

Stewart

Stewart

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5 Responses to “San Miguel de Allende, Mexico – Wrap Up!”

  1. Carol King Says:

    Everyone looks tan, relaxed and of course produced wonderful watercolors.

  2. Joan Wolfe Says:

    Thanks for sharing, Barry. Love hearing about the trips and seeing the work of the participants. Exciting and inspiring. Look forward to the time when I am free to join in and grow from your instruction. Looks like so much fun.
    Joan Wolfe

  3. Lois Says:

    Enjoyed all the Paintings the Students, did.
    So nice.
    Lois

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