Mar 8 - Mar 20 2016

Enjoy the warm Peruvian sun and explore your creative flair, learning the enchanting art of encaustic. This ancient medium, using molten beeswax, is a perfect partner to Peru’s historic Incan Empire, stunning landscape, arts, and local colour.  We will hand-alter photographs taken on our cultural explorations of Macchu Piccu, local galleries, architectural wonders, and Peruvian gastronomic and fine arts, learning how to pour, carve, and colour sweet-smelling beeswax to create mixed media photographic paintings.




March 8th to 10th

Arriving in Lima, you will be met by our private driver and guide and transferred to our hotel for an overnight (most international flights from USA/Canada arrive in the evening, but if your flight arrives early a representative will meet you for the transfer to the hotel).



March 11th to 15th



March 15th to 20th

Guest Artists

Mark Glavina

In 1997, Mark Glavina opened Phoenix Art Workshop, which has been hosting art classes both locally and abroad with his very successful and popular international art excursions. Mark’s passion for cultural travel and location painting for over 10 years is celebrated with the establishment of the Travelling Brush

Sherry Bartlett

Shary Bartlett is an artist and fine arts instructor living in Vancouver, Canada. She teaches Fine Arts at Langara College, has taught at Capilano University and leads mixed media workshops and retreats in Canada, the United States and internationally. Her mixed media body of work includes textured collage, encaustic, acrylic, fibre arts, prints, sculptural assemblage and altered photographs.