The workshop will begin with a brief demonstration from our experienced teacher, who will show you how to get started with your pen and then teach you a variety of watercolour techniques. Once you get started the teacher will be at hand to help you throughout the rest of the workshop. Our teacher Ula is a local artist with over 15 years of teaching experience. Ula has a Bachelor's Degree in Fine Art and a Masters in Visual Art.
It doesn't matter if you've never picked up a brush before, this art class is a great introduction to watercolours . It is also suitable for those that are already familiar with watercolour painting who want to learn something new or improve on their skills.
At the end of your art class, you'll get the chance to stand back and admire your result or sharing your experiences with the group. You'll head home with your completed piece and a new skill that's perfect to practice whenever you're looking to clear your head.
*Towards the end of the workshop there will be an opportunity for you to get your photo taken. We will use these photos for social media and promotional use. Please let us know if you're not comfortable with this.
Knowledge required: Beginner friendly - all levels welcome.
Materials (all provided): Pen, watercolour and watercolour paper. What you'll get: All of the equipment and materials needed for your class & protective equipment such as aprons. Visit Tatton Park's website to book tickets.
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- Booking details
Call 01625 374428
Over 16 years
- Meeting point
The Barn Rooms in the Stableyard which will be signposted.
- What to bring and wear
Comfortable clothes that you don't mind getting a little paint on & a carrying bag for take your artworks home.
The Barn Rooms are a short walk away from the main car park. There are spaces for blue badge holders closer to the Barn Rooms. There are some uneven surfaces and historic cobbles.