“Artist in Residence” aboard the Oceania Cruise Line, Luxury Cruise Ship called “Marina for 2 months

A Wonderful Gift was brought into my life.
I was invited to be the “Artist in Residence aboard the Oceania Cruise Line, Luxury Cruise Ship called “Marinafrom Sept 2013- November 2013.
A smaller ship, with exceptional attributes, for the world traveler.

I will be teaching Watercolors in a wonderful Studio Loft throughout the 2 month cruise, drawing and painting, the wonder of the places of ancient Europe. I will be seeing many for the first time of my life.
I am so so grateful and excited. Stay tuned to see what the next two months brings out into my paintings.

Cultural Connoisseur London to Barcelona

FIRSTLY I am being flown to Southampton England and boarding the ship there where it sails to Bruges, Le Harve, Saint Malo, L’Orient, France to new places I have not yet seen. Then through Bilboa Spain, La Coruna ,Oporto Portugal, Lisbon, Seville, Cádiz and then Barcelona Spain..

European Charms Barcelona to Rome

Leaving Barcelona, we go to France, Marseille, Cannes, Monte Carlos, then to Italy, Cinque Terre ( My favorite from photos) Florence, Pisa, Tuscany, then to Amafalia Coast, Sorrento, Capri, and to Rome..

Italian Escapade Rome to Venice

Then Rome, to Tuscany, Florence, Pisa, then to Sorento, Capri, to the Island of Taormina, then over to Corfu Greece, Kotor Greece and Dubrovnik Greece , then land in Venice for two days……

Glorious Shores Venice to Barcelona

I will be joined by my good friend and together will again go through Kotor, Corfu, Taormina, Sorrento Capri, Rome, Tuscany, Pisa/Florence, Monte Carlos, Marseille and Barcelona.

The final Mediterranean cruise will be

Treasures of the Ancients Barcelona to Barcelona

First Stop, Valencia, the Palmas Island of Mallorca, Trapani, Palermo, Rome, Florence, Pisa,Tuscany, Monte Carlo, Marseille, and Barcelona

“Reflections In Venice”
22″ x 30″ watercolor
Copyright 12/2013 Eileen Seitz

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