EARLY BIRD SPECIAL!
$509.00 - $859.00 ($369.00 tuition, $35.00 - $122.50/night lodging, depending on room selection)
$598.00 - $1,010.00 ($419.00 tuition, $44.75 - $147.75/night lodging, depending on room selection)
Be prepared. Check out our Supplies List before you go to ensure you have the art supplies you'll need to be successful on this retreat.
Make sure to read the note from the instructors on non-toxic painting, packing for Yellowstone and more.
You have several options for flights into West Yellowstone and routes for travel by car. Our Before You Go section will help prepare you.
Before registering, be sure to read our Cancellation Policy in the Registration section.
Jan. 28, 2017: Monte Later invited us to bring the winter field trip inside by painting the Henry's Fork of the Snake River as it meandered by his kitchen window. We enjoyed a leisurely visit over coffee, talking art with Monte. Daniel painted a 5" x 7" watercolor, Jake sketched while Kara...
May 22, 2016: We love the Sand Creek Wildlife Management area, an Idaho Birding Trail. This area, roughly 31,000 acres near St. Anthony is in the Chester Wetlands area. The ponds at Sand creek attract a wide variety of waterfowl and shorebirds and the occasional Bald Eagle are drawn to the ponds...
We are a not-for-profit with a mission to promote the visual arts and provide opportunities to people of any age, ability or economic status to engage in the arts by offering art education programs, gallery exhibits & a gathering place for residents to be involved in the arts as part of their daily life.
We will be visiting Craters of the Moon to scout it out for a 2018 retreat. We will continue our weekly plein air field trips which go to Mesa Falls Recreation Area, Harriman State Park and other nearby State Parks & National Monuments.
Wondering how we can offer this retreat at such a reasonable rate? We are partially donor and grant funded. We are seeking a bus maintenance sponsor to help us keep the bus free for retreat, field trips and outreach around the east Idaho and west Yellowstone Park region.
"I saw the land differently, in its many colors, as though just noticing an autumn in Vermont. With every activity, every conversation, and every television commercial, our brains form new connections. I had a new awareness of the landscape ..."
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