Monday, September 9, 2013

Summer Camp in Winter

I am teaching a weekend of painting and collage at The Rowe Center, in Rowe, MA this coming January 3rd - 5th.  Since Rowe is not too far away from where I live in Vermont, I thought I'd take a trip there to see what it's like.  WOW!  It is an absolutely magical place, with a cozy, rustic, and totally peaceful atmosphere.  The campus is gorgeous, with hiking trails and a lake nearby; the accommodations are comfortable and welcoming; the food is great (we had lunch there by the lake); and the community is warm and generous.  I took some video while I was there, and will share that once I get it put together.  Meanwhile, take a look at a few pix.

I took these ones:
A cairn in the woods

I wonder what this meeting place looks like in winter.

An example of the housing
 And here are a few that I took from the Rowe web site:
In summer

In winter

The building where my workshop will be held

The lake

Register for my workshop here.  BOOK EARLY to get the best choice of housing.  Even though Rowe is "out in the sticks", the roads leading there are well maintained, so getting there should be no problem in the winter.


2 comments:

  1. Rowe is special place -n- space. How wonderful for you to be teaching there!

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  2. Rowe is a wonderful place. It is everything you say Jane and MORE!
    I Was there in May for a workshop with Danny Gregory. Unfortunately it was beastly hot - a problem you will not encounter!

    I say go go go to Jane's workshop in Rowe!

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