Robinson Place Studios says farewell but watch for something new

RobinsonDear Artists.

2013 has brought new beginnings already. My Sister Jane and I have sold our home, which means that the Robinson Place Bed and Breakfast will no longer be after May 15th of this year. As a result of this, I have had many requests from Artists to repeat a workshop that we put on in February of 2012…”Still Life Interiors with Kindrie Grove”. It was a very successful workshop for painters and photographers alike.

I realize this is short notice, and would love it if you could attend. Our home, as you know, is very eclectic, and always changing. It is our last chance to indulge in and use the atmosphere for our creative expression.

If you would like to attend this workshop, I have two suites available for accommodation at $100.00 per night. This can be shared between friends.

I will be staying in Naramata when I move, and will continue to organize other Art Weekend Workshops. In the near future, starting in June we will be offering Plein Air at Beichman Estate, Plein Air in Las Vegas painting the Wild horses and Burrows, a trip to Southern Italy, and many more exciting opportunities.

I am excited about this change, although it has been difficult to let go of our family home. The good news is that I will have much more time to dedicate to the artist in me. I look forward to hearing from you.

With Warm Regards,


2 thoughts on “Robinson Place Studios says farewell but watch for something new

  1. Ps wish I could make your workshop . Always wanted to stay at your B & B. best of luck….regards, Maggie

  2. Hello Renee, I have just learned of Carroll’s death, I used to live in Naramata and did housework and gardening for the Beichmans. Please let me know of any events to be held there, such as Plein Air. I planned on getting in touch with Carroll again soon … I am stil so sad to know she is gone. She was more than an employer, a fascinating and funny friend. It was always interesting to be around her and Arnold. They will both be missed. What will become of their amazing home?

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