Mixed Media Sketchbooking

This workshop features a photographic transfer technique and gives students an opportunity to experiment with transfer, drawing, painting and freeing up approaches to colour and composition. We will all be working into a beautiful concertina sketchbook, filling it with colour and fragments of ideas to inspire artworks beyond the workshop day. This workshop can help those looking to loosen up their style and find new inspiration.

Sarah’s workshops are suitable for all abilities with her relaxed approach giving beginners confidence and her depth of knowledge being a useful source for more confident artists to bounce ideas off. Participants should expect to come away from each workshop with fresh ideas as well as a renewed enthusiasm and creative drive. Teas and coffees included, bring your own lunch.
Workshop runs 10-4pm, all materials included, maximum 12 students. Workshop space at The Raveningham Centre, Beccles Road, Raveningham, Norfolk, NR14 6NU.

Monday 25th June 2018, 10-4pm, £65  Book a place.

Tuesday 16th October 2018, 10-4pm, £65 Book a place.

You can also email me at sarah.cannell1@gmail.com for more information.

 

General workshop information

Materials are included in the workshop price but students are encouraged to bring their own favourite materials and tools too. It is important to wear old clothes or bring a good apron as we will be using materials that will be difficult to wash out of clothes. Please bring a packed lunch, tea and coffee will be available.

Where to stay: There are a number of local bed and breakfasts. The Kings Head Hotel in the local market town Beccles is very comfortable and affordable and only a 10 minute drive from the workshop venue.

Recommendations

Jessica Lamp, Painter – “I was new to this technique, it’s brilliant and has given me lots of ideas to take home.”

Simon Thurston, Teacher – “What a great way to relax and learn, Sarah is an inspiring workshop leader, I shall be booking onto another of her courses.”

Mixed Media Course
Mixed Media Workshop at Raveningham Studio