Breakfast & Paint out Harrow

Danielle’s Restaurant, Harrow, Ontario

Monday October 23rd
Breakfast & Painting

Monday October 23rd
8:00 a.m.

First meet for breakfast at Danielle’s Restaurant in Harrow.
357 Queen St Harrow On N0R 1G0
Directions:  Google link for directions to Danielle’s Restaurant.
Please let me know if you are going for breakfast so we can get a big enough table.

Followed by paint out at Colchester Harbour.


There are many interesting areas in Colchester to paint. We will meet at the marina.

100 Jackson St
Harrow, Ontario, N0R 1G0

Time: 10 am until 2 pm

The snow will fly soon, so we hope you can come out to paint and sketch in the great outdoors before the cold sets in. The hours are flexible, feel free to come and go as you please.

Google map link:


NOTE: give yourself time this is at least a 40 min drive from Windsor

Use form below for Breakfast RSVP


MONDAY October 16th – Plein Air Paint/Sketch Out – Willistead

This weeks FREE paint out will be on the grounds of Willistead Manor.  Are you up for a challenge?  The Mansion will give you a run for your money.  There is also the lovely Paul Martin Garden, one of our  favorite locations to paint.  The grounds abound with mature trees, and meandering pathways.  The Paul Martin garden is pristine and alive with colour.  The mansion, coach and gate house are architectural delights to paint.  If you can’t find enough subject matter on the grounds, then venture out into the surrounding Walkerville neighborhood that boasts beautiful homes and churches to paint as well.

Willistead Manor
1899 Niagara Street (at Kildare Street)
Windsor, Ontario

Willistead Manor is a 36-room mansion nestled within a 15-acre park, that offers great venue for weddings, receptions, meetings, and other special events.

It was built by Edward Chandler Walker, son of Hiram Walker in 1917. The manor’s Tudor-Jacobean architecture reflects 20th century ingenuity and the elegance of another era.


  • Food/water – We urge you to bring a sack lunch, and water.
  • Protective clothing –   It’s getting cold time to layer up.  Don’t forget gloves, and a neck scarf.
  • Art supplies – Your art supplies can be as little as a pencil, pad and sharpener or as elaborate as a full french easel box of oils and canvases. If you are just starting out, we suggest starting small.

We hope you all take advantage of the best studio in the world… The Great Outdoors.

For more information email us at  Cell phone number will be provided to members only.  Email me for that information.

No Paint-out Thanksgiving Monday

Enjoy your families this weekend. I will not plan on a paint out for Thanksgiving Monday. Summer events are winding down, and I wish to thank you all for your support over this difficult summer for me. I will be planning a social get together soon. I miss you all! See you out painting soon!