The workshop was great, Don Andrews is a wonderful instructor. I would say one of the best I've ever had. He's great teaching color and putting the human form into a landscape. I learned so much in five days. His explanation of color harmony was the best I've ever heard. He also has online classes on his website: https://www.donandrewsstudio.com/#/ Watching him paint the figures in the landscape was actually entertaining, I wanted to paint a crowd into just any space.
David did get the camper ready to go for me and I enjoyed having it. I get migraines (hemiplegic) and I suffer with trigeminal neuralgia which triggers the migraines, they think! The camper is a small toy hauler with few window and it can get very dark inside even in the day light. It's also well insulated so it's extremely quiet in there. When I feel bad on a trip or during a workshop, I can always find a dark place to go and lay down, yes it's air conditioned. It's also is so easy to clean. The floor is Teflon coated so my paint comes right up. The camper has a bathroom and a kitchen and then the back in a roomy box. The bunks/ couches fold up on the sides and the floor is wide open. The back lets down and you can load your bikes, motorcycles, kayaks, etc. I load up my, air mattress, rocking chair, art easel and art supplies. You can make the ramp into a little patio because there is a screen (tent like) that lets down to keep the bugs out and allow privacy . It works out great for me. David says that most women would hate my camper but I love it. It's not fancy or not pretty. I allows me to paint and draw and be left alone.
This is an adventure for me, something I've always wanted to do: to be a real Artist! So I rented a studio, lets see how it goes.