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Morocco Painting Trip with Peacock Peeps

Morocco Painting Trip with Peacock Peeps

I have been EXTREMELY fortunate to take and lead many decorative painting trips to many fabulous countries, including France, Italy, Morocco, (and soon) Spain! While the landscape, culture, food and sights are always droolworthy, it’s the fabulous people and friendships ...

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Light, Color, Shadow, Marrakech Design

Light, Color, Shadow, Marrakech Design

A beautiful Sunday morning seems a fine time to finally get around to sorting and posting some pictures from my most recent Peacock Painting trip to Peacock Pavilions in Marrakech. I feel like I’m taking a “virtual” trip back there….if you ...

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Moroccan Stencils at HD Boutique

Moroccan Stencils at HD Boutique

This coming September 14-15, Modello Designs will be displaying at a booth at the HD Boutique in Miami for the first time. I’m very excited!! Our Modello Decorative Masking Patterns have been used before in hotel projects: The Grand Del Mar ...

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Henna Party: Stenciled Stair Risers

Henna Party: Stenciled Stair Risers

I never shared the stair riser project that our first group did at Peacock Pavilions last May. My bad! This first set of “themed” stenciled stair risers is what inspired the most recent round. Those, in turn, were inspired by this blog post, ...

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Moroccan Zellij Tile Patterns

Moroccan Zellij Tile Patterns

I’m obsessed with repetitive pattern. I am particularly fond of tile patterns. I have a MAJOR THING for order and symmetry. I am particularly captivated by the Zellij tile patterns that are literally everywhere in Morocco, with their underlying meaning of ...

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Return of the Marrakech Painting Trip

Return of the Marrakech Painting Trip

Marrakech is calling. Maryam and I have been emailing. A return painting trip to Marrakech is in my near future-and maybe yours?? I will be taking a small group on a painting trip this December to continue the creative work that was begun last ...

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