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Art for Relaxation – Nature Drawing – GI 24 029 (Face to Face)

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5 November 2024 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm GMT

Tutor: Sarah E Jones BA Hons Fine Art, DipHE Painting

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Date: 5 November 2024
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
£31.00 – £35.50
Reference Code:
GI 27 029
Ward Street
Guildford, Surrey GU1 4LH


Come and join us for a mindful and creative break from everyday life. This workshop will introduce you to different ways to capture nature in art. There will be a variety of projects on offer to choose from and tutor support on hand to help you achieve your aims. This fun and relaxing workshop is an excellent way to unwind and bring your creative ideas to life. Just bring your imagination, your creative flair, and your apron!


No prior knowledge is needed.


All materials included.


Image courtesy of Sarah E. Jones


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Art for Relaxation - Nature Drawing - GI 24 029 - Full Price
Face to Face
£ 35.50
9 available
Art for Relaxation - Nature Drawing - GI 24 029 - Concessions (30yrs & under, 65yrs + & jobseekers)
Face to Face
£ 34.00
9 available
Art for Relaxation - Nature Drawing - GI 24 029 - Member
Face to Face
£ 31.00
9 available

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