MOSAICS HOLIDAY with Becky Paton
ABOUT THIS HOLIDAY
Join us for a Mosaic Holiday set against the stunning backdrop of this relatively undiscovered region of Andalucia. Immerse yourself in the art of mosaics and the luxurious comforts of LAS DUNAS, a cave house like no other. Unwind, explore, and let your creativity flourish in this unique blend of artistic retreat and opulent relaxation. Welcome to a mosaic-making experience like no other in the enchanting landscapes of Andalucia. Your days will be packed full of mosaics, swimming, eating, drinking, exploring, more mosaics, and lots of laughter. In the evenings, a dinner of delicious, home-cooked, vegetarian/vegan Spanish fusion dishes will be served with wine and other drinks. We will eat as a group, either indoors or outdoors on the large patio where we can watch the sky changing colour as the sun sets behind Mt. Jabalcon.
ABOUT LAS DUNAS CAVES
This rural Andalucian gem boasts breathtaking views & incredible walks. Enjoy private use of the whole property for your holiday: 11 acres of young olive and fruit trees, & natural scrub land; a large salt water swimming pool with yoga deck & spectacular views of Mt. Jabalcon; 2 cave houses; spa jacuzzi, bbq’s; the main house with large communal kitchen; indoor and outdoor dining at custom made dining tables; comfortable outdoor seating area; outdoor kitchen; lounge; library & office; and so much more. In your free time, head off on a hike, go on one of the excursions, relax in the jacuzzis or lounge by the salt water pool & enjoy the sun.
ABOUT BECKY PATON
Becky Paton studied Public Art and Design at the Chelsea school of Art, specialising in mosaic. Since gaining her degree, Becky has gone on to undertake many Public and Community Art commissions both in and around her home town of Oxford as well in London and abroad. She also has extensive teaching experience with both adults and children and has used mosaic as art therapy in hospitals and mental health settings. She is very influenced by the natural world and fossils and wildlife can often be seen in her designs. She has exhibited widely and takes part in the Oxford Art week every year.