What’s On

Oct
25
Sun
Explore Braiding – Braiding Society Members @ Nature in Art
Oct 25 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

WE ARE VERY SORRY THAT DUE TO CORONAVIRUS THIS COURSE HAS HAD TO BE POSTPONED. WE WILL PUBLISH THE NEW DATES AS SOON AS THEY ARE AVAILABLE

Members of The Braid Society will demonstrate and introduce participants to various braiding techniques. These will include Kumihimo on Marudai and disc, Ply-Split braiding and cord making, Inkle/band weaving. During the day, you will be able to choose two different methods to learn or develop your skills to make a group of samples or a small piece of braided jewellery.

Special note for this course: As there will be more than one tutor on this course, the total number we can accommodate will be 20, but all the teaching of the different techniques will be done in groups of 5 – 10 people so, as with all our courses, there always will be plenty of individual attention.

To book a place on this course please return a completed application form along with £20 deposit.

Nov
11
Wed
Sketching Autumn with Pen & Wash – Jonathan Newey @ Nature in Art
Nov 11 @ 10:00 am – Nov 12 @ 5:00 pm

WE ARE VERY SORRY THAT DUE TO CORONAVIRUS THIS COURSE HAS HAD TO BE POSTPONED. WE WILL PUBLISH THE NEW DATES AS SOON AS THEY ARE AVAILABLE.

This two day course will show you how to sketch the colours and textures of autumn landscapes with waterproof black ink pen and watercolour wash. Using photos supplied by the tutor you will be shown how to use the pen with watercolour paint both before and after painting. Techniques taught will include colour mixing, brush technique, light and dark, drawing with a pen and how to loosen up to achieve expressive sketches.

To book a place on this course please return a completed application form along with £20 deposit.

Nov
13
Fri
British Wildlife Photography Awards 10th Anniversary Retrospective
Nov 13 2020 @ 10:00 am – Jan 10 2021 @ 4:00 pm

 

A stunning display of images selected from the first 10 years of the renowned British Wildlife Photography Awards. This decade of annual competitions has brought together the very best nature photography in a unique legacy captured by thousands of dedicated and talented photographers which has reached millions each year through exhibitions, books and exceptional media coverage. An exhibition not to be missed.

ENTRY TICKETS AVAILABLE TO BOOK FROM THE BEGINNING OF NOVEMBER

Nov
17
Tue
Glorious Glass Engraving – Amanda Lawrence @ Nature in Art
Nov 17 @ 10:00 am – Nov 18 @ 5:00 pm

WE ARE VERY SORRY THAT DUE TO CORONAVIRUS THIS COURSE HAS HAD TO BE POSTPONED. WE WILL PUBLISH THE NEW DATES AS SOON AS THEY ARE AVAILABLE

This course explores the wonderful and versatile craft of glass engraving with a drill.  It’s an opportunity for beginners to learn the basic techniques and for those who have attended a previous course to expand their skills.  Over the two days we will discover three different techniques, starting with surface engraving, moving on to intaglio (low relief) engraving and also exploring vitreography – printing from your engraving onto paper.  You will work on both flat glass and vessels and you will come away with at least one little masterpiece of your own making!

To book a place on this course please return a completed application form along with £20 deposit.