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Guanajuato Art Vacation

Glen Rogers leads you on a magical journey - in the printmaking studio and beyond. 

Suitable for beginner to advanced.  The Perfect Art Vacation!  

For the Guanajuato Art Vacation, Glen Rogers teams with Hugo Anaya for a 5 day printmaking workshop in the charming colonial city of Guanajuato, Mexico. Explore the combination of drypoint and monoprint; Hugo Anaya’s copper plate technique with watercolor tint and Glen Rogers’ drypoint on acrylic with oil-based transparencies. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We will be working in Piramidal Gráfica, a private well-equipped printmaking studio located within a two-century-old stone wall with patios and adjacent gardens close to the center of Guanajuato. 

  • $1600USD Includes 7 nights at the B&B based on double occupancy

  • 5 day printmaking workshop, 9am-2pm

  • Lunches prepared by Hugo in the garden patio

 

$300 deposit secures your space.

Fly into Leon, Guanajuato Airport, 25 minutes away.

Have a creative adventure in this unique and beautiful Mexican city!

“The historic center of Guanajuato has a distinct European flavor with hundreds of narrow cobblestone alleyways up and down the hillside. It is a great walking city with shady plazas dotted with sidewalk cafés, museums, theaters, markets and historic monuments. An underground network of tunnels runs beneath the city helping to control the flow of traffic. This charming colonial-era city situated in a picturesque valley surrounded by the Sierra de Guanajuato Mountains is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.”  www.visitmexico.com/en/guanajuato

Hugo Anaya was born and raised in Guanajuato, GTO, Mexico. He was educated in Mexico and the United States. He studied art at the Portland Art Museum School and Portland State University. He apprenticed at Mahaffey Fine Art studio in Portland. His work has been exhibited in Oregon art galleries and in 2002 he was given a solo show at the Gene Byron Museum in Guanajuato. Hugo’s work is in public and private collections including The Gilkey Print Center in the Portland Art Museum.