SE­LEC­TION OF ART COUR­SES AT SCULP­TURE BY THE LAKES

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skilled and tal­ented, in­clude in­ter­na­tion­ally renowned wildlife artist Guy Combes and pro­fes­sional cal­lig­ra­pher Gaynor Goffe, as well as renowned artist Julie Ann Scott and lino printer Hugh Dun­ford Wood, both of whom hail from Dorset.

Most of our work­shops are suit­able for com­plete be­gin­ners and, to en­sure ev­ery­one gets plenty of one-to-one at­ten­tion, we have a limit of up to 12 par­tic­i­pants. Our most pop­u­lar cour­ses so far have been in­cred­i­bly di­verse, from Stone Carv­ing with Dorset-based sculp­tor John Davey, through to the Botan­i­cal Art work­shop with Ju­lia Trickey, one of the UK’s most re­spected botan­i­cal artists.

As this is our first year I am still dis­cov­er­ing which cour­ses are the most pop­u­lar, it has been a steep learn­ing curve at times! I have tried to keep a broad range of top­ics and we are con­tin­u­ally ad­ding more cour­ses, so do keep check­ing our web­site as you may see a new work­shop that might suit you or some­one you know. They make ideal Christ­mas or birth­day gifts with a dif­fer­ence.

Most of the cour­ses are for one or two days and they al­ways in­clude a de­li­cious lunch freshly pre­pared by The Gallery Café chef, plus teas and cof­fees through­out the day. We wanted Sculp­ture by the Lakes to be the in­spi­ra­tion for many of the cour­ses, which is why some of the cour­ses start with a stroll around the park, draw­ing in­spi­ra­tion from the lakes, river, wood­land, gar­dens and Si­mon’s sculp­tures. 2 – 3 Novem­ber: Cre­ative Pho­tog­ra­phy with Jacqui Hurst Im­prove your pho­tog­ra­phy skills and cap­ture the essence of au­tumn at Sculp­ture by the Lakes.

‘We wanted Sculp­ture by the Lakes to be the in­spi­ra­tion for many of the cour­ses, which is why some of the cour­ses start with a stroll around the park’

9 Novem­ber: Wa­ter­colour for Be­gin­ners with Stephen Yates

This one-day wa­ter­colour course guides be­gin­ners through dif­fer­ent tech­niques to de­velop new skills and ideas and most im­por­tantly, con­fi­dence in us­ing wa­ter­colour. Also Wa­ter­colour Work­shop for in­ter­me­di­ate level on 21 Novem­ber.

14 – 15 Novem­ber:

Shaker Boxes with Richard Gib­son Cre­ate a col­lec­tion of three time­less bent­wood pieces us­ing beau­ti­ful and prac­ti­cal Shaker De­sign prin­ci­ples.

16 - 17 Novem­ber:

Ex­plor­ing Cal­lig­ra­phy Work­shop with Gaynor Goffe

Fo­cus on italic – ba­sic/flour­ished / ex­per­i­men­tal – in­clud­ing the pop­u­lar pointed pen script. Suit­able for all lev­els.

28 Novem­ber – 1 De­cem­ber:

The Full Works with Guy Combes Work with wildlife artist Guy Combes, and fel­low artist An­drew Den­man, who to­gether will out­line the essen­tials of com­po­si­tion, colour and work­ing with ref­er­ence.

7- 8 De­cem­ber:

Lino Print­ing Work­shop with Hugh Dun­ford Wood

Learn the fun­da­men­tals of lino prints, from draw­ing and carv­ing your im­age to the ink­ing and print­ing process.

8 - 19 Jan­uary 2019: Linen Tas­sel Work­shop with Anna Crutch­ley Learn the tra­di­tional tech­niques of mak­ing a full sized tas­sel for in­te­rior dec­o­ra­tion.

25 Jan­uary 2019: Draw­ing from Na­ture with Laura Rich

Learn how to pro­duce care­fully con­sid­ered mind­ful draw­ings, di­rect form the source ma­te­rial gath­ered dur­ing the day from the sculp­ture park.

Monique and Si­mon Gud­geon by one of Si­mon’s pieces at Sculp­ture by the Lakes

Ex­plor­ing Cal­lig­ra­phy Work­shop with Gaynor Goffe

Shaker Boxes with Richard Gib­son

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