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.

‘Lino Print’ Participants will be guided through the process of creating a lino ‘key block’ (the detailed lino plate) which will then be printed by hand and can be coloured at home with a mix of watercolour paints and pencils. Sarah will be able to advise on tools and materials to enable participants to continue cutting and printing designs at home without requiring a press. Click here to find out more and book a place on a Lino Print workshop.

‘Nature Journal Workshop’ We will learn how to make a beautiful simple sketchbook in the morning and then spend the afternoon exploring the grounds at Raveningham, collecting, studying and drawing a variety of leaves, blossom, twigs and insects. We will be keeping our approach simple with inks and watercolour pencils. A great way to re-ignite your creative spark. Click here to find out more and book a place on a Nature Journal workshop.

‘Walking/Drawing’ workshops start with drawing out in the countryside at a handful of carefully selected locations in the Waveney Valley. After a morning of drawing we return to the studio in Raveningham to work the drawings up into paintings. Click here to find out more and book a place on a Walking/Drawing workshop.

To book a workshop follow the link to my shop

A&I July
As featured in A&I Magazine July 2017 see below…

A&I July 2017