Portugal - Urban Watercolour Sketching

May 2020 Please get in touch for further details.



Tutoring by Trine Pettigrew        

Experience : All levels 

Medium: Watercolour and ink 


This week-long course will be all about water, pigments and ink. 


Travel light, all you need is your favourite sketchbook, watercolour travel palette and a black pen, and we are off!


We will get inspired by the many interesting narrow streets and old houses, harbour front and the many nesting storks, in the town of Portimão. 


Every day there will be an optional morning lesson in different watercolour techniques, contour drawing, viewfinder use and much more. 


After our morning lesson, you are free to paint. Trine will be supervising throughout the day, and ensure that everybody gets personal attention with advice and tips. 


At the end of the week, we will have a private viewing and critique. 


NOTE: If you prefer to paint in acrylic, you are most welcome to do so, instead of watercolour. 





• £995(9.200 DK) per. person for a single occupancy


• £889 (7.400 DK) per person sharing a twin


• Non painting partner £525 (4.480 DK) sharing with painter 



Inclusive in the price: 


Single occupancy in a double room or shared occupancy in twin bedroom with en-suite Bathroom.


Tuition x 6 days. 


Three full vegetarian meals a day. (Dinner on arrival, breakfast on departure day) 

One glass of wine with dinner. (Wine is also for sale at the house) 

Tea and coffee, water throughout the day. 


Optional extra taxi transfer from Faro Airport to and from the house €25 each way



Not included:

Travel to/from Faro airport.

Art materials.



Daily schedule 

Daily schedule 

Breakfast 8.00-9.00  

Class 10.00-11.00  

Lunch 12.00-13.00  

Class 15.00-17.00

Tea/Coffee 16.00  

Dinner 19.00


For more information or to book please email: 






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urban sketching drawing by Annie Audley
Portuguese clif by the sea
hand drawn sketch of chair by Trine Pettigrew
portuguese street in Portimao
art students learning to paint in portugal