Painting Woodland Bluebells Using Watercolours

Using the carpet of native bluebells in Nower Wood as your inspiration, learn how to mix paints that will reflect their true colours while developing new artistic techniques that will help you to capture their beauty on paper.  You will be allowed access to this private nature reserve where the aroma of these blooms will heighten your senses, adding depth to your artwork.

The education centre provides easy access to the woodland when the weather to good, as well as a classroom overlooking the trees and bluebells, should you be unable to enjoy them up close.

On the day, through direct observation, group discussion and practical exercises, you will explore colour mixing to capture the huge variety of blues in these flowers.

Your tutor, Christina Rossman, is a professional painter, graphic designer/illustrator and photographer with a Danish background. She can always be found working with a sketchbook using pencil, ink & watercolour to capture moments, ideas and details. She is an experienced teacher who caters to the needs of beginners as well as improvers.

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Painting Woodland Bluebells using Watercolours

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Key Information

Start date:

7th May 2022 at 10:00am

Cost:

members £60, non-members £72

Organisation:

Surrey Wildlife Trust

Type:

Short

Sectors:

Nature & Wildlife, Workshop & Practical Skills

Location:

Nower Wood Educational Nature Reserve, United Kingdom

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