Still Life, Fun and Flowers

17
Mar

RHS Garden Rosemoor, EX38 8PH

RHS Garden Rosemoor, EX38 8PH

Address

Great Torrington Rosemoor
TORRINGTON
Devon
EX38 8PH

Venue

RHS Garden Rosemoor

Booking


  • Member

    £80

  • Non-member

    £95.85

Overview

  • Course running time

    Sunday 17 March 2024, 10.30am–4.30pm

  • Skill level

    General

  • Subject

    Workshop

  • Topic

    Mixed media art


Join Emmeline Webb for a colourful and creative day at RHS Garden Rosemoor, exploring plant forms and building up a mixed media piece of still life art, made from hand painted collage and assembled on paper. 

Start by exploring plant forms and creating a still life composition using hand painted collage assembled on paper. The day will include watercolour and acrylic painting using mixed media techniques, and drawing from observation to create a collaged arrangement of flowers.

Towards the end of the day, you will be able to frame your finished work, ensuring that everyone leaves with a fun-fuelled, ready to hang work of art (frames provided will be glass free).

Emmeline Webb returned to art education as a mature student, gaining a BA (hons) in Illustration from Cambridge School of Art in 2008. Since then she has been encouraging others to find their artistic voice, and benefit from the restorative effects of making art, and now has over 10 years’ experience teaching art workshops to teen and adults. Emmeline's workshops are suited to all abilities, with an emphasis on relaxion, exploration of art materials and ultimately fun.

Please bring with you:

  • Your booking reference number
  • A notebook and pencil to make notes
  • Camera (or mobile phone for photos)
  • Please wear older clothes or bring an apron to protect clothes from paints, and closed-toe shoes
Watercolours, acrylic paints, pastels and paint brushes will be available to use in the session. However, if you have you own tools and materials that you would like to use, please do bring them along too.

Lunch and refreshments included.

Tutor: Emmeline Webb
 



Additional info

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