Art Courses at Nature in Art

Nature in Art runs approximately 35 classes a year in a variety of subjects, catering for all levels from beginners to advanced.

Most courses are run by artists who have work in our collection and/or have been an artist in residence. The courses are held in our purpose built education centre. Class sizes are generally kept between 6-12 people to ensure you receive individual attention from the tutor whilst enjoying a sense of team spirit.

If you would like to talk to someone about art courses, please call 01452 731422 or ask when you next visit the museum. But, please look below at our comprehensive course descriptions first as your questions may well be answered there.

Please see links at foot of page for full course details and descriptions.

Remaining 2017 Courses 

Subjects covered by courses that have already taken place this year include: Pencil drawing, Mono-printing, Landscapes in glass, Japanese brushwork, Mosaics, Needle felt, iPad Create, Willow sculpture, Pastels, Coloured pencils, Painting trees, Using Lightroom, Origami, Painting dragonflies in watercolour, Pencil drawing, Clay tiles, Clay stoppered bottles, Botanical illustration, Scraperboard, Botanical illustration, Backgrounds and atmosphere, Gilding, Ceramic sculpture, Oils and acrylics, Needlefelt, Graphite pencil, Acrylics, Textile art, Painting butterflies and moths, Coloured pencils, Collagraphs Fused glass, Modern Lettering, Willow work

Sorry, courses listed in red are fully subscribed:

November
25th – 26th Jonathan Newey: African wildlife in coloured pencils

December
2nd – 3rd Jamie Boots: Graphite pencil
9th – 10th Trevor Smith: Sketching Birds   

If you’re planning to make a special trip to the museum to book onto an art course, we highly recommend that you call ahead to check availability.

Our art course programme runs throughout the year.

Art Course Calendar

2017 Art Course Brochure

2017 Art Course Booking Form

Lunch & Refreshments

Nearby Accommodation

 

        


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