ArtWalk vacation workshops are dream vacations for artists of all levels. We blend our relaxed Blue Walk itineraries with complete art programs by passionate and creative teaching-artists. Be inspired by some of the world’s most beautiful locations. Slow down and notice the details of a new place. Learn on-site how to capture the present moment in your own sketchbook travel journal. Travel with a small, like-minded group of artists that soon become friends. All levels are welcome and encouraged. We create unique, authentic experiences which invite you to live the rhythm and pace of the places we visit. ArtWalk vacation workshops are fun, relaxed, European tours that will spur your creativity and answer your wanderlust.
Mike Lowery’s ArtWalk Parma, Italy travel journal workshop is a fun, on-site art program and guided culinary experience. Join us in Emilia-Romagna Aug 2019.read more
A special tour for our ArtWalk Alumnae. If you have traveled with us before, you are invited to join us again in Spain to explore Barcelona and Costa Brava with artist-teacher Lapin, Oct 20-26, 2019read more
A uniquely curated and creative art travel journal workshop with artist / teacher Pam Garrison. Wander Northern Italy: Cinque Terre, Lake Como, and more. April 2019.read more
2 spaces available. Join Mary Beth Shaw’s uniquely inspired ArtWalk Greece art program on a tour of the Greek Isles. Spontaneous and fun, experience travel while cultivating your creative vision. May 19-31, 2019read more
I have had many wonderful and memorable experiences from my tours with The Blue Walk. I have been to Greece and France and both adventures were so nicely organized. The scheduled itinerary included flexibility and personal time which reinforced The Blue Walk’s ability to make the experience amazing.Yvette S.
I went on the Blue Walk Art Walk trip to Greece trip in 2016 and loved every moment of it. The itinerary was just right – it had enough structure to get us all together for our art lessons, tours and walks, yet had enough free time and flexibility that each guest could do things on their own if they wished.Michele J.