Wednesday, September 27, 2017

French Art School May 14-26, 2018


French Art School May 14 - 26,  2018
with Jacqueline Coates


Tour & Paint in
the footsteps of your favourite French Impressionists

There comes a time to put yourself first, and enjoy the opportunity of a lifetime, immersing in art, inspiration and painting in France with a bunch of  like-minded others.  

Immerse yourself in art in Paris and the heart of rural France in May 2018 with the go to art teacher and highly experienced tour leader Jacqueline Coates.




Follow in the footsteps of the French Impressionists. Paint where Monet painted in the very places they painted. Be inspired by the same unspoiled landscapes.  Max of 10 guests



Paris, Giverny, The Loire & the Creuse, Limousin

INCLUDES A BONUS ART  SERIES OF E-CLASSES PROVIDED BEFORE THE TRIP 
FOR CULTURAL BACKGROUND APPRECIATION

NO PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE NECESSARY


Live it! Breathe it! Paint it!

Picture waking up in Paris, with an inspiring and enjoyable art itinerary planned for you, and a small exclusive group of like-minded others to travel with. Nothing to organise and everything to enjoy.




Imagine then basing yourself in one of two charming French villas near each other in rural France, where we have our own painting studio space and easels, private driver and private chef to take care of us, and even a ballroom studio, where you will paint your own impressions and treat it as home. 










Explore the very area where Monet came to paint his first series of paintings as well as chateaux, the beaux arts, the lakes, woodlands, fresh produce markets and picturesque towns. No wonder Chopin was inspired to write more than half of his output of music in the Limousin. 



This is a tour like no other because it's tailored for a small group, rather than a hoard with generalised venues anyone can get to. Being a small group we can enjoy special experiences and go to places large groups cannot.  

French Art School goes to places you would never know about otherwise. We also have our own painting atelier where we paint and respond to the inspiration.





Hi, I’m Jacqueline Coates, and it has been a long-held dream of mine to take painting enthusiasts to France to study the Impressionist painters in Paris and to follow in the footsteps of Monet and other Impressionists in rural France and paint in the very same areas they painted in.



To make this dream a reality,
I have created my own studio and home style accommodations in France, especially for French Art School. 
This is my 9th international tour and my fifth tour for French Art School.

I speak fluent French, and I know how to make my guests comfortable and give them an amazing experience of a lifetime. 


I also like to share what its like to live the French life in the charming hamlet where my villas are located. 


I have been leading workshops intensives teaching thousands of people over the past 15 years online and in person with a compassionate approach to painting where my students, even the total newcomers, are fast tracked to get great results.


WHAT IF I HAVE NO-ONE TO TRAVEL WITH?



Every client on our last trip came on tour on their own and made a fabulous circle of friends easily on the tour. It's a very inclusive of everyone space. Everyone looks out for each other. Each person has their own room throughout in Paris and the Limousin so you have personal space as well as the opportunity to enjoy like- minded others along the way.









Airfares are yours to do as you like with your favorite carrier or even your frequent flyers or with your travel agent. If you don't have a travel agent we can recommend one to assist you with flights and any other holiday arrangements or transfers.
We meet in Paris. Some clients fly in the same day and others arrive a day or two earlier at our Paris hotel. 

One of the accommodations on French Art School is a converted auberge, typical of a charming French farmhouse style dwelling, and the other once belonged to a local barrel maker, and has a gorgeous orchard and a grange. Both have shuttered windows and are divine to spend time in.







After 3 nights in Paris we travel through the Loire Valley visiting two exquisite chateaux and gardens, then arrive to our French homes in the heart of the Creuse region, to a beautiful welcome meal prepared by our private chef.

Unwind and take in the rolling unspoiled country side of the Creuse region in the Limousin south of Paris. Enjoy the landscape of the Creuse valleys and the pretty towns where the Impressionists painted. Walk the same path Monet took to create his series of the Creuse river.



Our base at La Foret du Temple, is also close to many other fabulous highlights including officially some of Frances most beautiful villages. Visit Aubusson, where the tapestries were created and see the stunning hand painted cartons. Visit a private chateaux hung with tapestries. 


Be charmed by the painters town of Gargilesse and a regional collection of Impressionist paintings at Gueret.
Live like a local and enjoy the Fresh produce at the markets of La Chatre. The last group purchased stunning linen dresses. 



In between touring and having fun paint up a storm in my painting atelier, formerly a ballroom studio.









Included;
• Enjoy a total of 12 nights and 13 days including 3 nights in a central Paris Hotel with your own superior single room and bathroom and 9 nights in the Creuse area of Limousin in an original French auberge with a ballroom studio or the original barrel makers French Villa with orchard and grange studio known as La Tonnellerie.

• All breakfasts are included.

• All art materials included including quick drying water based oils, acrylics,  canvases and thick, luscious art papers from Paris, the provision of easels and brushes and other items we need.

• Painting tuition and handy how to demos, inspired by the French Impressionist Painters from Jacqueline Coates for a total of 8 sessions including en plein air. Sessions are usually a half day allowing time for relaxing, walking in the beautiful natural surrounds or touring to nearby destinations though sometimes we paint for a day then have a day off.

·         Use of bicycles to explore the area in your free time


• Private Driver to and from Monet’s Giverny

• Private driver pickup from our hotel in Paris, as we travel to Chateau de Chambord with its recently renovated gardens, and Chateau de Chenonceaux in the Loire before arriving to our homes in La Foret du Temple, Creuse, Limousin.

• Entries to Giverny and restaurant lunch
• Entry to Musee D’Orsay and restaurant lunch in exquisite surrounds
• Entry L’Orangerie to view the Monet Nympheas Panoramics
• Two French cooking lessons at La Foret Du Temple with local Anne Forget provided
• 7 dinners at La Foret provided as we have our own chef
  1 dinner out at Auberge des Peshceurs
• Lunches at L’Hirondelle and picnic lunches on tour ( total 8)
• Aperitifs and wines at L’Hirondelle including champagne, white wine, or red wine served with most meals in the start up bar provided. ( lasts most of the trip!)
• 8 Morning or afternoon teas and available refreshments, and fruit, tea and coffee
• Our own private driver for the Creuse section of the tour to take us touring to local  highlights such as Crozant, La Celle Dunoise, home of the French Impressionist landscape painters, Gargilesse, Gueret, Nohant, Les Fresselines, La Chatre, Aubusson, en plein air painting on the Monet Trail, and he will provide transport for dinner out on our last night  so you can live life as a local.
• Tour of the Gueret Museum and it’s Impresisionist art collection
• French Art School Tour Elessons x 10 prior to the trip to provide a cultural backdrop to your tour plus painting tips.
• Certificate of completion of French Art School and your own artwork created in France to take home with you.
A memorable photobook produced online and sent to you after the tour to celebrate the tour highlights of the May 2018 group.
• Free wifi and free phone calls to Australia to landline numbers from the landline in Creuse at L’Hirondelle.


Here is how the land package for French Art School works;


Land package workshop & tour


Day 1  Our tour commences Monday May 14, 2018 in Paris meet at 3pm at our hotel


Arrive at our hotel,in the charming Opera area, just a short walk to the Louvre and the Tuileries gardens, one of those impossibly cute wedge shape buildings with boutique style fit out, close to everything.

Meet up with Jacqueline at 3pm in the lobby and enjoy a walking tour close to home taking in the local area of the Opera arrondissement, which connects with the Tuileries gardens, the Louvre and one of my favourite Salon Du The’s, where you might like to partake in a coupe de Champagne or a rich and delicious hot chocolate and a pastry.

If you get in earlier, then check out the fabulous Galleries Lafayette nearby with its art deco Coupole and stunning range of affordable designer clothing. The basement has a very large selection of shoes and handbags. Or take time out to recover from your journey. 

Dinner out anyone?  It’s a chance to collect yourself or go out on the town. 


 Day 2  Tuesday MAY 15, 2018


Breakfast at our hotel, before venturing to visit The Musee D’Orsay,
home to one the world’s finest and largest collections of Impressionists paintings, and occupies a stunning former railway station.

See the masterpieces for yourself close up including peonies by Manet, Tahitian women by Gauguin, Van Gogh’s hay rick paintings after Millet, roses by Fantin Latour and so much more.  We will observe the traits that make these paintings so successful, ready for when we paint together in Creuse.

Enjoy lunch in the fabulous decorative restaurant of Musee D’Orsay.  Then meander in to the Saint Germain de Pre to check out my favourite Parisian art supply store which is practically an Impressionist antique.  Enjoy a late afternoon rest at the hotel before we venture out for the evening. 

Van Gogh Self Portrait

Henri Fantin Latour Roses Detail


Day 3    Wednesday MAY 16, 2018 


Today we visit Giverny to visit Monet’s incredibly charming home and studio and the famous garden with waterlily ponds he painted over and over, a favourite motif. Our tickets include visiting Monet’s house and studio.  Lunch is provided for you in Les Nympheas restaurant as inspired by Monet’s own recipes. Monet loved his food and had his own cook! Eat like a French Impressionist!



Enjoy free time to explore the pretty town or visit the American Impressionists Paintings Museum nearby before returning to Paris with our private driver.
Afterwards, we visit L’Orangerie to see the Nympheas panoramiques by Monet to complete this wonderful day.
Walk back to the hotel through the beautiful Tuileries gardens. Enjoy a coffee or an aperitif along the elegant Rue de Rivoli, on the way.



 Day 4   Thursday MAY 17, 2018
CHATEAU AND  ARRIVE TO LA FORET DU TEMPLE    



Today is the grand chateaus day to make the most of our transit journey.  There are romances, alliances, wars won and lost, and enemies dispatched. Every castle has its own rich atmosphere. We will see two of the best today. Which will be your favourite?  We will be collected by our driver.

First stop is the Royal Chateau de Chambord, in the French Renaissance style blending with Medieval structures. This is the largest chateau in the Loire originally built as the French hunting lodge of Francis 1. The Chateau has 440 rooms, 84 staircases and has countless treasures from the Louvre. The Formal French Gardens have been recently renovated to the original splendour of Louis X1V. IT recently had 380 million euros spent on it!

Second stop is the Chateau de Chenonceau, the famous chateau that was in the care of a line of women through time who constantly added to its magnificence through building and landscaping.

You will especially delight in the floral arrangements prepared for every single room in the chateau prepared by an onsite team of florists using materials from the gardens themselves. Prepare to swoon. 
Chateau de Chenonceau



Chateau de Chenonceau spans the Cher River with graceful arches, and is filled with art treasures by Tintoretto, Correggio, Rubens, Murillo and Van Dyck. We will also enjoy the western rose gardens and yew tree labyrinth created by Catherine de Medicis. There are vegetable and flower gardens.  

We arrive to La Foret du Temple met by our chef  who has prepared a welcoming dinner for us.
Chef is a fabulous professional from Australia, who is taking care of us for the week.


At La Foret du Temple we will settle into our accommodation where you have your own room to enjoy feeling at home in the natural setting and rolling French countryside. There are loads of beautiful walks and wildlife including deer and hedgehogs, hares, sparrows and hunting birds.

The two accommodations are very near each other so you are in walking distance at all times of a few minutes no matter which charming villa you stay in.  Welcome to La Foret du Temple. 


Welcome to our two traditional accommodations L’Hirondelle & La Tonnellerie

L’Hirondelle is a charming home and French villa with a painting atelier just for French Art School, named for the swallow, which once upon a time an auberge or local inn, and one of three restaurants in the town.
Today it is a comfortable art filled typically French home offering spacious reception rooms downstairs, whilst upstairs has 5 bedrooms and two bathrooms.


La Tonnellerie was for a long time the home of a local barrel maker until an English couple took over the property and made it home for eleven years opening up the enormous attic to more rooms and revealing the stone of the villa, and cultivating a gorgeous garden. 

La Tonnellerie has an orchard and lots of lovely places to enjoy the sunshine, and a fabulous grange that is in the process of being turned into a working painting studio. The two properties are within minutes walk of each other in in the centre of a tiny pretty village with multiple accesses and pathways onto open countryside with beautiful walks in nature. Enjoy woods of hazelnut, walnut, oak, chestnuts, and running streams.



Meander along quiet winding back roads with breathtaking views across hedge rowed fields and farming lands, ideal for drawing and painting.  Connect with yourself and nature, in this peaceful and inspiring setting, yet enjoy modern conveniences in a traditional French setting such as free wifi, access all TV channels, and kitchen mod cons to make your stay comfortable and convenient. You can phone Australia for free from the landline.  There are two bicycles available for your usage.




Catering; All of your meals for breakfast and dinners apart from a restaurant we will go to one night, and a lunch at the markets, are included apart from one night which is free time in case you want to explore another restaurant option locally which we can assist to arrange.
Most lunches and tour picnics, and an at home evening bar for aperitifs and some wines with evening meals during the stay at La Foret du Temple are included.  We even put you in on the train with a baguette and a drink for the journey back to Paris on the final day.




Our own painting studio; I have already set up the studio complete with travelling French box easels and studio easels, boards, paints and brushes, and day backpacks and lightweight camping stools. We will be working with portable watercolour palettes, yours to keep (don’t worry I will show you how) and painting on boards for fast techniques we can also get out touring as well as produce successful works you can take home.  There are individual rooms for the guests. Downstairs at L’Hirondelle, the old ballroom makes the perfect spacious painting studio.  At The other house there are four single rooms plus one for Jac and creative options for our art. 

 Day 5  Friday May 18, 2018

Creation from wildflowers and foliage at La Foret du Temple by Anna Boxtel

Today after breakfast at L’Hirondelle we will explore the local area with a leisurely walk in the village and nearby forests and pathways of La Foret, our new base. We will gather local wildflowers and seeds to create an artwork with a difference in a morning session. 
Morning tea at L’Hirondelle.  Morning tea is a ‘Clafoutis’, a specialty of the area, served with cream.  
We settle into the ballroom studio for our first in studio painting session. We will be employing some techniques I will show you used by the Impressionists painters as well as some tips on how to manage your paint. Lunch served.  Afternoon paint session painting in the productive style incorporating some of the Impressionistic techniques I will show you. Create some pieces you will love on luscious thick art paper from Paris. No previous experience necessary. 

 Day 6  Saturday May 19, 2018 


This morning we are taken to La Chatre to enjoy the local market atmosphere and choose ingredients for Bouillabaisse and other stunning meals our private chef will prepare for us.  There is a great selection of inexpensive linen clothing, hats and more. Meander the medieval back streets and the interesting homewares stores.


Visit a fabulous Brocante stacked with treasures. Lunch alongside the locals after the markets
I will be selecting produce to prepare for our afternoon session painting  Afternoon tea from the La Chatre Patisserie. Sigh!

Day 7  Sunday May 20, 2018

This morning we visit Crozant, where the Impressionists painters hung out together and stayed at the Hotel de L’Epinat. Crozant is famous for its ruined castle that the Impressionists used to paint frequently as a motif of the area. 




Then walk the path to where the Monet trail begins by the river Creuse enjoying the scenery that Monet painted.  We enjoy an en plein air painting session in oils,  Impressionist style and a picnic.Afterwards we drive to the Art Museum of Gueret and see the original paintings by local French Impressionist artists.



Student work, and the artists first time with oils.

En Plein Air painting by a total newbie on the last trip! Great work!


Day 8  Monday MAY 21, 2018

After breakfast, we will paint produce from the markets or local flowers, in the studio
After morning tea and lunch at La Foret, and weather permitting, we will visit the picturesque village of La Celle dunoise on the Creuse river, a 20 minute drive away using the French box easels to create two local landscapes from two of many stunning vantage points using oil paints and learning more about impressionist painting techniques. 




Enjoy afternoon tea en plein air including delicious pastries. Create and breathe in the wonderful landscape. Live like an Impressionist! I will demo how to easily capture what is in front of us and you will follow suit using an unusual array of painting tools. I am on hand to assist you with your paintings. Clean up on site and join me for a casual dinner at Auberge Des Pescheurs included.



Day 9  Tuesday MAY 22, 2018 

Guided morning session in the studio painting. Lunch is Chicken Basquaise prepared by our local Frenchwoman Anne.


Stunning Hydrangeas from La Tonnellerie make great subject matter


Hydrangeas or in French Les Hortensias

Afternoon tour to Nohant, the property of the famous French writer Georges Sand near La Chatre.  Frederic Chopin spent many years in Nohant with his lover Georges Sand, an independent female novelist and memoirist who made the Creuse famous through her romantic descriptions of the wild and natural landscape and the ruins. 


The House and Garden of Georges Sand at Nohant

We visit her home and very pretty gardens and enjoy a private tour in English accessing parts of the house otherwise inaccessible.  She was raised for much of her childhood by her grandmother, at her estate ‘Nohant’, which became the setting for many of Sand’s books. She was also well known for wearing men’s clothing, highly unusual in her day, which allowed more freedom to enter bars and other venues.

George’s son Maurice was an accomplished artist, and as well as painting and drawing, created a puppet theatre and 300 puppets which were based on characters of the day, and used in performances at Nohant and in Paris.

Afternoon tea in the gardens. Private tour included  Return to La Foret and relax, take a bike ride, or finish any paintings underway. Tonight get ready for a traditional French raclette meal. 

Day 10  Wednesday MAY 23, 2018 


A day out at Aubusson. On the way we will break for a visit at picturesque Chateau Villemontieux at Chenaillerie known for its quality tapestry collection and tall turrets with a tour led by the actual owner who has restored the chateau over a thirty year period and lives there.
Picnic in front of the chateau afterwards.

Afterwards we make our way to pretty Aubusson about one and a half hours from La Foret,du Temple.  Aubusson is known for being the village of tapestries. Wool was washed and died by the river, and woven into the tapestries you see in the Chateaus. I have found a gorgeous cafĂ© by the river for coffees.


Afterwards you have free time to explore the several museums, or the Aubusson Museum of Tapestry or the Cite Internationale de la Tapisserie. Enjoy a meander around this pretty town.   At home, a beautiful meal prepared by our chef awaits us.


 Day 11  Thursday MAY 24, 2018 

A relaxing painting day at La Foret Du Temple;
Spend a delightful day in the studio painting your own PAINTED CANVAS WALL HANGING inspired by the cartons of Aubusson. You will be able to hang this on your own wall at home to take a little bit of French Chateau style home with you.  This piece will roll up and be able to pack in a tube or your suit case. Chez nous, (at our place) for a beautiful meal in the garden at La Tonnellerie.


Day 12   Friday September 15, 2018 

A relaxing morning painting flowers in season from life, most likely to be peonies and roses and anything else you want to cover off.  Varnish any finished works and allow to dry
Home for lunch then afternoon at leisure at La Foret.




Enjoy an afternoon visit to  the beautiful town of Gargilesse and and the magnificent view of the Creuse river bend at the Boucle de Pin. Explore the towns galleries and take time out for a meander and a coffee. Then home to pack ahead of our farewell dinner.

Dine at my favourite local restaurant, which has a Michelin Star, but not the price tag to match luckily for us This restaurant never fails to delight and impress with its service and food.

Day 13   Saturday MAY 26, 2018 

Today is the day for departure as our chauffeur collects us to take us to the station ahead of time. We will pack you a snack and some water to take on the train to Paris.

The journey is usually two hours and arrives to Paris at Gare D’Austerlitz which is serviced by taxis.  Allow at least an hour to get to the airport by taxi. I do not recommend the RER to the airport because the trains are infrequent.  Please don’t book too tight a flight connection in case of scheduling and traffic events beyond our control that may require more than the allowed for travel time

For those staying on your details of your stay will be on a separate itinerary provided by your travel agent.

La Tonnellerie is available for booking in the week following the tour should you wish to have wind down time after the tour to relax, read, walk, sketch and hang out. A local driver can be arranged if you would like outings. Jacqueline will be about at L’Hirondelle during that following week.

YOUR QUESTIONS ANSWERED BEFORE YOU ASK THEM, BELOW THE TOUR BOOKING DETAILS!

Total for land package FRENCH ART SCHOOL with Jacqueline Coates tuition & host

$8,369


Bookings to
French Art School

JACQUELINE    M 0429 100 929 or via jacquelinecoates1@gmail.com 

For flights and any holiday arrangement add ons etc let me refer you to my trusted travel agent Robert Thornberry at Signature Travel Orange or feel free to use your own agent. Robert is up to date with the tour arrangements and can arrange any before and after details you may wish to arrange. Please ensure I have you registered for a place before making other plans around the tour. If you can't get hold of me for any reason, ( I am sometimes in workshops but will answer messages ) texting works well! And you can also let Robert know your details and he will pass to me.


Robert Thornberry
Signature Travel Orange
Phone : 02 6362 6733
M.0429 100 929 
M. 0412 587 438

Jacquelinecoates1@gmail.com

QUESTIONS ANSWERED BEFORE YOU ASK THEM!


DO I NEED TO HAVE ANY ART EXPERIENCE TO JOIN THE TOUR?

No previous art experience is necessary to take the French Art School Tour.
I am known for my generous and compassionate teaching methods that open ip painting to anyone who wants to give it a go. The methods i use are always based on taking the pain oit of painting so yoiu can get great results quickly. Typically students take home up to 12 paintings each! So not only will you have a stunning inspirational holiday you will take home beautiful artwork. One of my students from the June 2017 tour used the paintings made on tour in France as the basis for a collection of work that she sold a few months later in August at an exhibition.
Others prefer to keep their work and frame it at home. Some is on canvas and some is on thick artisan art paper so its easy to fit in your suit case.


PACKING NOTES

Packaging materials for paintings to be taken home are supplied and assistance will be given to pack your paintings for travel.

WHAT IF I AM TRAVELLING ON MY OWN?

On the previous tours, it has so happened that guests have booked in on their own and made great friends on the trip they have stayed in contact with afterwards because they enjoyed the friendships made on tour. We have a  private Facebook page where you can meet everyone before the tour starts and keep in touch with afterwards.

There is provision for one twin share room in the Limousin of two friends want to travel and share together which is why we can go to 10 guests but if not it will be a maximum of 9 guests.

HOW MUCH MONEY SHOULD I TAKE?

That depends on how much shopping you want to do! Most of your meals are supplied once in the Limousin as we have a private chef. Its nice to stop for coffees along the way or refreshments when touring. We visit brocanteurs, who sell vintage linen and other fabulous objects. Paris will tempt and you may want to buy perfume somewhere along the way. I also take you to my favourite art supply store in Paris but you don't need to buy anything because I supply all your art supplies and that is included in the price. About $1000 Aussie should be enough if you aren't bringing home chandeliers!

CAN I STAY ON LONGER IN THE FRENCH HOUSES?

Some people like to extend their stay in a place that they know and feel comfortable in. You are welcome to stay longer at the French Houses in the Limousin at a student rate per night if you want some time to just be, go for walks, play in the art studio, and hang out. The chef will have finished but i will be there and we share the duties for cooking and whose turn to pour the wine. There is a local driver who can take you out in my car if you feel like seeing even more of the stunning area.

Robert Thornberry from Signature Travel Orange is happy to assist you with travel plans before or after the tour if you want to extend your holiday into additional experiences such as a cruise or a visit to other parts of Europe, or ask your own agent to assist with travel ideas and plans for before and after.

I LIKE MY OWN ROOM. IS THAT OK?

At a certain age everyone likes to enjoy their own private space as well as engage with others during the day which is why I have planned that your own room booked is for you in Paris, and in the Limousin. There is only one room in the Limousin that has the option of twin share of two friends come on the tour and would like that otherwise it reverts to a single room.


DIETARY REQUIREMENTS

Please advise any dietary requirements at the time of booking so we can plan in advance as we consider food an important part of the enjoyment of our time together. 
               
WIFI  

We have FREE WIFI at the hotel and at the villas. At the villas there is a landline your family can call you on.  


ABOUT THE ART SUPPLIES

French Art School supplies canvases for specific painting exercises bearing in mind you travel with them afterwards so the selected sizes are small to mid-size for your convenience.

French Art School supplies paints, brushes, and everything else you will need so you are not encumbered by weight when you travel. By all means bring any favourite brushes.

OUR OWN PAINTING STUDIO

A feature of the tour is that we have pur own space and equipment to paint with providing total creative support and freedom whilst on holiday.

Downstairs at L’Hirondelle, the old ballroom makes the perfect spacious painting studio.

WHAT ELSE SHOULD I PACK

Make sure you have a digital camera or iphone for photos or other fave device. There are so many photo opportunities. Bring a charger and a European plug adaptor. You can buy the adaptor at the airport before leaving Australia.

WHAT SORT OF CLOTHES SHOULD I TAKE

Take comfortable clothing, shoes you like walking in, some smart casual clothing for going out to dinner, and be prepared that the weather will be cool and spring like so trans seasonal is a good idea, plus some tops suitable if its warmer. ie the ability to add warm layers or strip back a layer of it's warmer. 



                                                                                                                     - JACQUELINE COATES

Total for land package FRENCH ART SCHOOL with Jacqueline Coates tuition & host

$8,369


Bookings to
French Art School

JACQUELINE    M 0429 100 929 or via jacquelinecoates1@gmail.com 

For flights and any holiday arrangement add ons etc let me refer you to my trusted travel agent Robert Thornberry at Signature Travel Orange or feel free to use your own agent. Robert is up to date with the tour arrangements and can arrange any before and after details you may wish to arrange. Please ensure I have your registered for a place before making other plans around the tour. If you cant get hold of me for any reason, texting works well! And you can also let Robert know your details and he will pass to me.


Robert Thornberry
Signature Travel Orange
Phone : 02 6362 6733
M.0429 100 929 
M. 0412 587 438

Jacquelinecoates1@gmail.com