Dorland Mountain Arts Colony was founded in 1979 by concert pianist, Ellen Dorland and environmentalist, Barbara Horton. Solitary cottages provide studio and living facilities within the Dorland Preserve, a 300-acre wilderness area acquired by The Nature Conservancy. Dorland Mountain Arts Colony is a nonprofit organization. Its purpose is to deepen the quality of the creative process, enabling its residents to explore their own creative resources without distraction. Residency Applications are reviewed monthly.


Dorland Mountain Arts Colony is a beautiful retreat where artists, writers, musicians and composers can create in a secluded, natural setting. The colony is located near Temecula Valley Wine Country, about 100 miles south of Los Angeles and sixty miles north of San Diego.

Photo Credit: Stephen Eldred, Associate Artist

ADVANCED FOOD STORAGE - Cost $125.
September 21, 9:00 - 4:00

September 28, 9:00 - 4:00 (repeat class)


BUILDING WITH COB-Cost $125 each

September 20, 8:30-4:00 (Build a bench)

October 4, 8:30-4:00 (Earthen-plaster a bench)






Canned goods and solar dehydrator; Photo Credit: Chantal Bullock


Dorland Mountain Arts Colony hosts Sustainable Living Workshops 



September through October 2014 ~ Courtesy of Full Circle Workshops

Chantal Bullock, Founder & Lead Instructor
​Full Circle Workshops

For more information
Contact Chantal Bullock at (951) 514 -7938