In this final workshop the aim is to produce three small pictures of three individual natural objects, using a range of artist materials and collage, which you feel complement each other. There will be plenty of natural objects that having geometrical patterns available to get the creative juices going.
There will be feedback and sharing time after the session where you can share your thoughts and reflections about Permaculture Patterns and Third Stage Older People’s programme.
This session is led by Lisa Gribbon, an artist printmaker, who studied Fine Art at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art in Dundee and Horticulture with Plantmanship at the Royal Botanic Gardens in Edinburgh.
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