Floral Pastel Workshop at DCG

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Floral Pastel Workshop with Christina Bennet 27th April

After a brief introduction you will be able to complete your pastel painting of a pair of tulips with the guidance of Christina Bennett.

Basic materials comprising of inscribe pastels and paper will be provided, but you are welcome to bring your own pastels. Please bring an apron, an old towel or wet wipes to clean your hands and a folder in which to take your artwork home.

This workshop is suitable for all abilities and beginners will be most welcome. If time allows, then we may be able to explore the gardens to look for additional inspiration. Bringing a camera may be a good idea!

Tea & coffee will be available throughout the day but you will have to bring a packed lunch or purchase lunch in the Tearoom.

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