Special Deal on Upcoming Tours!

DSCF8217January is coming to a close, and we are pleased to announce a February special  on our tours to Santa Fe and Ireland in 2016. If you sign up for a tour, and refer a friend who does also, you can take $200 of the total cost! If you have been thinking about joining a fabulous art adventure, now is the time to jump iDSCF8228n.

Have a look at the brochures here on this website! Please feel free to call your tour leader, Joan Slack, with any questions. If you would like to see more of her work, or learn abut her art, visit http://www.joanslack.com or http://www.riverrunarts.com

 

The landscapes of both ours are awe inspiring! You will be inspired and find endless ways to interpret the beauty in your artwork! DSC_0860R1- 7

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Christmas special on tours!

Hello to all of the wonderful people who have taken our tours or plan to in the future! 101_0106-001If you are considering either the Santa Fe or Ireland tours in 2016, for December we are offering a “special” Christmas gift to you . Until December 31st, apply a $100 discount to the cost of the tour. We guarantee a trip of a lifetime to both places!

Santa Fe will amaze you with its wealth of art and artists frSanta fe 2013 146om the past and present, and we will delve deeply into both as we create our own art inspired by the place and landscape.

 

Our Ireland tour promises to inspire as well, with stunning landscapes just begging to be translated into art! We will meet and work with Irish artists, see ancient archaeological sites, absorb the history and culture, and enjoy the camaradR1- 7erie only a small group tour can bring! Don’t miss out on this offer, contact us right away to take advantage of your Christmas gift!

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715-277-4224 or joanslack33@gmail.com

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Nice shoes

Nice shoes…

Fashioned out of cowhide these shoes were found on a Danish bog body which was dated to c. 355-47 BC. The hair side is turned inwards, providing extra comfort and warmth, while the shoes were fastened with skin straps.

(photo National Museum of Denmark)

irisharchaeology.ie's photo.I really enjoy seeing what people wore and how they adorned themselves in the past…which is why on my tours we always try to delve into understanding the people of a place, now and then!
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