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Classes, Workshops and Demos

Scheduled Art Workshops

If you are interested in attending an art, nature or wildlife workshop, wildlife class or demo at a public venue, please see below; details of past and planned workshops are included and more information will be added on a regular basis:

2020 Workshops Planned : further details will be posted in the New Year

2020 October : National Honey Show : Mixed Media Bee Art Workshop
 
2020 May :  Pallant House Gallery : Wildlife Drawing Workshop

2020 May :  Pallant House Gallery : Wildlife Drawing Workshop

2020 May :  Pallant House Gallery : Wildlife Drawing Workshop

2020 : High Elms Country Park : Wildlife and Nature Art Workshops 

2019 :  High Elms Country Park : Festive Art Mixed Media Workshop

2019 : National Honey Show : Mixed Media Bee Art Workshop.

2019 : High Elms Country Park
: Woodland Habitats and Hedgerows Sketching Workshop

2019 : High Elms Country Park  : Wildlife Garden : Sketching Workshop

2019 : High Elms Country Park  : Fruits, Flowers and Flyers Sketching Workshop 

2019 : High Elms Country Park  : 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 Drawing Demo : squirrel : coloured pencils.


There will be no further art classes, drawing workshops or wildlife demos for individuals or small private groups at private venues.

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More information about workshops and art demonstrations:

Bee Drawing Workshops

Bird Drawing Workshops

Nature Art Workshops

Wildlife in Stages : Red Squirrel

Painted in Stages : Otter

Painted in Stages : Grey Squirrel



If you are an art, nature or wildlife group or organisation interested in running an art workshop, please do not hesitate to contact me via email : 

enquiries@clairemurthy.co.uk

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