Keeping a creative sketchbook art workshops


Jenny Wilson and her collaborative partner Lynne Robinson will be running a six week arts course starting on Monday 24th of February, right here in the Straw Bale Cafe. You will get tea and coffee, and can even try some of our legendary home made cakes.

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Keeping a Creative Sketchbook

Monday evenings from 24th February. Starts at 6:30 pm and finishes around 9:00 pm. Cost £60.00 for the full six week course. Fee includes tea and coffee break; cakes will be extra.

Course details

A short ( six week ) course in drawing, painting, printing and working with mixed media.

You will produce tryouts, experiment, annotate, and collage your artistic journey in the form of a mixed media sketchbook. Whether you have studied Art in the past and wish to keep it up and/or revisit your practice, or you are a beginner who would like to make time to be creative and learn new skills; this course is designed with short achievable outcomes that will culminate in your own personalised sketchbook.

We will introduce you to the work of key artists and provide pointers for your own areas of interest/future projects that may run beyond the course.

All materials will be provided and there will be an option to buy additional quality art materials at competitive prices for your own use beyond the course. With two course leaders you will have plenty of support on hand.

The outcome of all your musings, experiments and try outs will be your own personalised sketchbook.

Lynne Robinson has a lifelong interest in traditional crafts and making. She studied illustration and has run various practical workshops in schools. She is currently supporting participants in the award winning Blueroom project at the Bluecoat Gallery, Liverpool.

Jenny Wilson Studied Fine Art, has curated photography exhibitions and has worked as an Art teacher and subject leader in schools for over twenty years teaching Art A level and GCSE and moderating for the AQA exam board. More recently she has led workshops as a community Artist.