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Greetings, All!
On occasion confusion runs rampant here at GNSI Outreach/Communications 
Central, and yesterday was a prime example. I finally riveted down the 
lid, and near-total containment has been achieved (for now, don't bet 
the farm on it), so here is the CORRECT posting information for the 
African Safari Workshop (thank you, Britt!):


      Art Safari in South Africa!
      <http://www.gnsi.org/event/workshop/art-safari-south-africa-sept-2014>

*September 17-22 and 22-27, 2014*
/by Bruce Bartrug/

Join Africa Geographic's Art Safari in South Africa's 
<http://africageographic.com/art-safari-francisco-hernandez> game-rich, 
malaria-free Madikwe Game Reserve, and indulge your senses with a four 
night exclusive stay at The Bush House, whilst enjoying informal 
instruction from professional wildlife artist Francisco Hernandez. 
Safari programs before and after this workshop can be tailor made and 
quoted to specs, as requested or required. Please contact 
[log in to unmask], or phone us on +27 21 7624974.

Francisco Hernndez <http://www.avestrazos.com> is an accomplished 
naturalist, professional painter and illustrator. His field sketching 
experience is vast, and this is clearly reflected in his work. His 
favourite media are watercolors, oils and acrylics.

*/Please note:/*/Francisco's native language is Spanish, but he can 
communicate fluently in English. This Art Safari will be mainly in 
Spanish, because most of Francisco's following resides in Spain, but 
this does not imply that this activity is directed exclusively to 
Spanish speakers, English speaking artists are most welcome to join, for 
what better opportunity could there be for those wishing to practice 
their Spanish whilst attending such an enriching and exciting African 
wildlife creative activity!/



-- 
Gail Guth
Guth Illustration & Design
139 Lathrop Avenue
Battle Creek, MI  49014-5076
269-963-1311
[log in to unmask]
www.guthillustration.com <http://www.guthillustration.com/>



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