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Classes, Workshops and Demos

Scheduled Art Workshops - (Several have been postponed/cancelled due to Covid)

If you are interested in attending an art, nature or wildlife workshop, wildlife class or demo at a public venue, please see below for details and/or contact me via the email provided. 

Art, Nature and Wildlife Groups, Clubs and Organisations:
If you would like to book an art session relating to your interest group, please do not hesitate to contact me.

There will be no further art classes, drawing workshops or wildlife demos for individuals or small groups at private venues.
For more information, please contact me via the following email:

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Details of past and planned workshops are included and more information will be added on a regular basis. 

2020 - 2021

2021 Spring :   High Elms
: Wildlife and Nature Art Workshops  (tbc) 
2020 October : National Honey Show Bee Art Workshop
2020 Autumn : High Elms : Wildlife and Nature Art Workshops (tbc)
2020 May :  Pallant House Gallery : Wildlife Drawing Workshop
2020 May :  Pallant House Gallery : Wildlife Drawing Workshop
2020 May :  Pallant House Gallery : Wildlife Drawing Workshop

2018 - 2019
2019 :  High Elms Country Park : Mixed Media Bird Art Workshop
2019 : National Honey Show : Mixed Media Bee Art Workshop
2019 : High Elms : Woodland Habitats and Hedgerows Sketching Workshop
2019 : High Elms : Wildlife Garden : Sketching Workshop
2019 : High Elms : Fruits, Flowers and Flyers Sketching Workshop 
2019 : High Elms : Nature Pond and Wildlife Sketching Workshop
2019 : Tatsfield Art Group : Wildlife Drawing Workshop : coloured pencils
2019 : Tatsfield Art Group  : Wildlife Art Demo : hare : coloured pencils
2018 : National Honey Show : Mini Art Workshop : bee art activities
2018 : Tatsfield Art Group : Wildlife Art Drawing Demo : squirrel

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British Wildlife Watercolours

British Wildlife Watercolours.
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Watercolours can be used to capture the beauty in the animal or plant subject using the fluidity of the paints.

Everyone's favourite! A beautiful owl resting amongst the bluebells.

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British Wildlife Coloured Pencils

Drawing wildlife using coloured pencils

Coloured pencil wildlife art paintings and drawings. 

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Detail is captured as realistically as possible whilst retaining the creative style.

Realistic British wildlife art by wildlife and botanical coloured pencil artist.

Wildlife Drawing Classes

Wildlife Drawing Classes
Wildlife art classes in drawing wildlife.
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Drawing animals and birds from life is an excellent way to engage with the natural world around us. An understanding of wildlife anatomy, behaviour and environment, through observations and sketches, can help build the skills and knowledge necessary for more detailed graphite or coloured pencil drawings of British wildlife and birds.

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