promoted by International Artist Magazine and Travelrite
Tour 1:- The Mornington Peninsula and Wilsons Promontory Victoria April 2017 - fully booked and completed
Tour 2:- South Western Australia April 2018 details out soon.
Lyn Mellady and Julie Goldspink
April 2017-The Mornington Peninsula in Victoria is brimming with so much to see and paint. On the workshop we painted
the unique beach boxes, ocean beaches, vineyards, stately historic homes and gardens, cafes and markets. We
enjoyed the gourmet food, speciality shops and coastal walks of this beautiful part of Victoria. The art time was
extensive, guided by two, not one, of Australia’s well known, prizewinning artists and experienced tutors who are ready to guide you through their own neighbourhood. Artists could paint, draw, sketch or photograph this beautiful area or just enjoy the demonstrations and company.
APRIL 3-15 2018:- South Western Australia
From Perth we travel to Margaret River where we will get to explore the many the art galleries, vineyards, karrie forests, and rugged coastal cliffs are within easy reach of our six day stay at the legendary Margaret River. Pemberton will be the place to explore the magic of the forests of the giant Karri. We will then head to the beautiful Rottness Island. During the next few days we will have time to explore and paint the white sands and clear vibrant colours of the bays and beaches as well as the famous lighthouse.
If you would like to know more contact Travelrite International
About Your Tutors: Lyn Mellady – artist, best known for her sea and landscapes in pastel and oil, trained
teacher, tutor to many artists on the eastern coast, 5x paintings in government collections, member of Fusion
six portrait artists, art judge and ex AGRA president who established the Australian Art Excellence Awards with
the support of Terri Dodd and Australian Artist in 2000.
Julie Goldspink – artist, travels frequently to workshops Australia wide. Tutoring in watercolour and mixed
media, with extensive knowledge in most mediums. She loves to paint land, rivers, sea or flowers – wherever
the light falls. Featured on Graeme Stevenson’s Put Some Colour in Your Life. Her most recent article was
published in the Australian Artist Magazine in March 2016.