Botanic drawing and painting

Foxhole Community Garden, Totnes

Who is this course for?

Suitable for all.

Course content

This course will help you develop skills and confidence in botanical observational drawing and painting.

You will use a variety of techniques and a range of materials to create fluid responsive drawings and paintings.

The course will take place in the beautiful and idyllic grounds at the Dartington Hall Trust. The perfect place to inspire you with ideas and to really grasp the vast array of flora and fauna you could draw or paint.

Support and feedback

Tutor led exercises/demonstrations will support your developing skills. Feedback is given by the tutor through one to one’s throughout the course with a focus on your individual needs as well as group discussion to give all learners some more general feedback.

Additional costs and requirements

Basic materials provided but you may wish to bring your own sketchbook and materials if you prefer.

Will I have to do anything outside of the session?

There will be handouts with suggested tasks/research that you may wish to do in your own time but this is optional.

About the tutor

Alexis Soul-Gray is a practicing artist with a subject specialism in Drawing and Painting. She is a graduate of Central Saint Martins and Camberwell College of Art and has studied at MA level at The Royal Drawing School. Alexis is a qualified teacher of Art & Design and has taught in a wide range of formal and non-formal settings including Museums, Galleries, Primary and Secondary Schools, Universities and community arts projects. She has also worked as a curator, organising large scale Arts events in unusual settings.

Start date27 June 2019
End date11 July 2019
Start time10:00
End time12:30
Concessions not available