There are numerous definitions of drawing, some more helpful than others. Drawing offers a space to think and explore ideas. It can be 2D or 3D. It can be the creation of an individual, or a collaboration. It can be in colour. It can be a line, a word, a smudge. It can be technical and expressive. It can be ‘how to…’ or ‘why’, just for the hell of it, or as an end in itself.
Do you find every odd looking old table, or ancient tray, looks like a potential project? How do you start upcycling to cheer up the shabby old pieces lurking around the house? Rosie Tatham is the person to show you how. She plans to show you an easy way to achieve a cheerful finish on a standard tray…as a starting point for all those other upcycling plans.
Playful Intent; Abstract Painting – If you are new to abstract painting you might wonder how to get started. Using the River Dever and studio environment as inspiration Barbara Graham will encourage students to become immersed in a process of play and exploration, using materials, marks, colour and composition to discover their unique visual language.
Join Rosie MacCurrach exploring the landscape around the Studio and River Dever at Bransbury. Discover a pattern-based interpretation through drawing from observation
Come and paint with Francesca Shakespeare and discover her love of colour and texture. She is very experienced at introducing new students to new materials and showing them ways to capture the vibrance and character of a place.