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the Mighty Trees of Eaton Park
a passion for Landscape – Re-Drawing John Crome
You are warmly invited to join The Art Practitioner in collaboration with The Castle Museum for a workshop on Sunday 8th August that relate to the current exhibition –
A Passion for Landscape – Rediscovering John Crome. The workshop is structured to be an enjoyable, creative and informative experience through drawing and encouraging lively discussion around the subject of Crome and the work produced by participants on the day.
You are welcome to bring a stool a cushion and your own drawing materials – However, we will also provide you with charcoal, good quality paper and plenty of ideas!
Workshop are free and all ages and abilities are welcome.
The cafe will be open for refreshments
The Mighty Trees of Eaton park
(Look, Learn & Draw)
Sunday 8th August at 2.30pm
Meet outside Eaton Park cafe at 2.15 onwards
2.30: Introduction to the workshop.
Introduction to observational drawing – Making what you see fit on any size of paper.
Break out into groups and find trees.
2.50 – 3.30pm – Drawing
3.35 – 4.00pm Break for Tea at Cafe & Introduction to Trees in the works of John Crome by Norwich castle Museum Curator- Rosy Gray
4.00 – 4.50pm: Drawing
5.00 – 5.30 pm: Display drawings in Rotunda and discuss work with refreshments
5.30: Workshop ends