Expand your creative toolbox and explore new ways of drawing. This workshop day aims to provide a very different kind of drawing experience using a wide range of media including graphite, charcoal, ink and other more unusual materials! All materials and lunch included. held in Pam’s light and spacious studio with stunning views!
August 4, 2018
September 4, 2018
Join artist and maker Liz Wellby onboard Birdswood; whilst cruising on the Cromford Canal you will learn how to develop a composition and translate this into a single colour lino print.
September 11, 2018
This is the ideal workshop for those who have completed one colour lino prints and are now ready to extend their print making skills and wish to create 2 or 3 colour prints.
Please provide the following: an apron, masking tape, a pencil case, tracing paper, 2 – 3 images at A5 and a small sketch pad. All other materials and pieces of equipment will be provided.
September 12, 2018
Challenge yourself to draw big! Develop your mark making skills with large scale drawings of fruit. Loosen up with large sweeping gestures and experiment with graphite, ink and oil pastel. All materials are included, bring your own lunch.
September 29, 2018
Explore both traditional and more abstract approaches to still life. Develop exciting compositions in collage and acrylic paint – take a piece of work from start to finish. All materials and lunch included. Held in Pam’s light and spacious studio with stunning views!
October 20, 2018
Explore adventurous ways of representing architectural details with drawing activities, collage and paint. All materials and lunch included. Held in Pam’s light and spacious studio with stunning views!
November 10, 2018
You will gain an insight into the fascinating decorative culture of India and using a range of Indian artefacts as inspiration, you will plan, develop and complete a painting – this may be pattern based or include elephants and camels! You will also learn valuable artistic skills such as composition, drawing freehand, and painting techniques. All materials and lunch included. Held in Pam’s light and spacious studio with
November 14, 2018
The process of monoprinting dates back to the 1600’s and has been explored by a diverse range of artists including Rembrandt and Edgar Degas.
You will explore 2 lively monoprinting processes: single and multiple layers, plus a more experimental painted process.
This workshop is suitable for people of all abilities and experience.
Please provide the following: a range of images to work from, ie drawings and photos at A4/5, a large plate or a flat palette, a pencil case and an apron. All other materials and pieces of equipment will be provided.