Spring, solar, Sandra, stitching, sagacity …catch up on our news.

Yes, the Watermill April newsletter is just out. In this month’s edition:

  • A Sandra Strohschein painting which sums up the ethos of a Watermill week
  • A stunning Maggie Renner Hellmann painting which adds new light to Venice
  • Investigate before you paint!
  • A warm Watermill welcome to knitting tutor Carol Meldrum
  • The adjective: when in doubt, leave it out
  • Why che peccato is buone notizie for learning Italian
  • Availability on all our 2019 Watermill creative courses.

You can see it all by clicking here.

The Watermill at Posara for painting, creative writing, knitting, and Italian language holidays/vacations/workshops, Tuscany, Italy.And Mark Twain helps to get rid of those adjectives: When in doubt you should strike it out.”  Twain says: God only exhibits his thunder and lightning at intervals, and so they always command attention. These are God’s adjectives. You thunder and lightning too much; the reader ceases to get under the bed, by and by.”  The adverb very also received short shrift from the American Man of Letters: Substitute damn every time you’re inclined to write very; your editor will delete it and the writing will be just as it should be.”


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