Great Creativity and Conservation Eco-Friendly Retreat this March
For all artists, nature lovers, and those who seek a place to recharge your mind, body, and spirit, you may want to consider a Retreat this March. Chuck Leavell and Rose Lane Leavell have just the place where you can enjoy nature, walk in their forest, and find time to create at their Charlene Plantation.
If you’d like to know more about Chuck and Rose Leveall and their way of combining creativity and nature, please take at look at this CNN video-Planting Trees when not with the Rolling Stones
Here are the details:
Artist Retreat where you can create with oil painting, knitting, photography, mosaics, or anything else you want to do.
At Chuck and Rose Leavell’s CharlenePlantation in the heart of Georgia, which offers 2,000 acres of forest and wildlife in a truly green environment.
March 15,16, and 17, 2013
Your hosts are Chuck Leavell, a member of the Allman Brothers and Rolling Stones and founder of the Mother Nature Network www.mnn.com, and Rose Lane Leavell, named Forest Landowner for 2012, by the Forest Landowners Associations.
If you want to have a place where you can receive advice and consultation and advice from Joy Hulgan. Joy has an art degree from Mercer University and is noted for her pen and ink drawings of historic structures from our area and she is noted for her oil paintings. She has a postcard book “Georgia’s Golden Isles” and over 100 limited edition reproductions of historical landmarks and places of interest in the Southeast. Her originals are collected worldwide.
If you want to have a place where you create your own artistry with photography, knitting, writing, mosaics or whatever your wish, then this is the place to find your own creativity.
If just want to enjoy nature with hikes in the woods, canoe rides or just relaxing, you’ll appreciate Charlene Plantation’s tradition of conservation.
Here’s the link to the retreat registration form.