A new year and a lot has happened since my last post.  I will be more regular in my updates from now on.

Yesterday we hosted an Open House for the Lexington & Rockbridge Tourism Office.  We had nine people here to see our facility and hear about the exciting future for Shenandoah Art Destination.  We gave them a tour and served them yummy hors d’oeuvres, so they can attest that the meals will be delicious – they were very impressed by what we are doing.  They have mentioned us in the April issue of BlueRidge Country magazine.

We have been advertising full force for the upcoming 2013 season.  You can find us in ads coming out in the next issues of Virginia Living, International Artist, and ARTnews.  Plus there will be a feature article in the on-line International Lifestyle Magazine as well as you can find us on other internet travel & art related websites.  Our courses are starting to fill up – for a quick overview of the courses check out the “Course Availability” page.

Jan-Willem has been busy designing a new logo for the Shenandoah Art Destination and painting some new pieces for the Artisans Gallery in Lancaster, PA where he is currently exhibiting.  He will be a featured guest artist in a local gallery in the month of June.

Any questions? Call 612.221.1140

Email: nancy@shenandoahartdestination.com

Shenandoah Art Destination, 325 Union Run, Lexington VA, USA. 24450

Established in 2010, The Shenandoah Art Destination is one of the only, art vacation retreat schools in the United States.  Home to students from all continents, the Shenandoah Art Destination offers rigorous art classes that include painting (oil and acrylic, watercolor, pastel), plein air painting, drawing, airbrush, drypoint, lino, mono printing and mixed media.
The Manors’s beautiful, 10-acre property is located in Lexington, Virginia, 50 miles north of Roanoke, VA.